Community event at the historic home of John William “Blind” Boone: Coffee and Conversation, A Celebration of African American Storytellers. Featuring Shelia Plummer and Deb Swanegan. Free and Open to the Public OCT 19, 2019 – 10am – 12pm
Join Worley Street Roundtable for our second monthly Community Dinner of the school year! We’re so excited to be back and hope you’ll join us! Sunday, October 20, at the Columbia Armory Sports Center All are welcome to join! We ask guests to bring a side dish if they can, and Worley Street Roundtable will provide pulled pork and FREE childcare to all who attend in the Armory’s Recreation Room. We ask Read More
MOCLA Mid-Missouri Civil Liberties Association For Immediate Release: For More Information Contact: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Dan Viets, 573-819-2669 DanViets@gmail.com RACIAL DISPARITIES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT TO BE DISCUSSED Don Read More
Heart of Missouri United Way Community Summit Register Now! The aim of the 2019 Community Summit is to bridge the fields of research and practice by providing networking opportunities and engaging stakeholders in dialogue around the state of health and well-being in our community. Results of the day will also inform Heart of Missouri United Way 2020 Basic Needs and Health Impact investments. When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 8:00 Read More
Thirteen (13) new markers for the African American Heritage Trail are being unveiled to the public, says James Whitt, chairman of the Sharp End Heritage Committee, which has worked for more than five years to create the two-mile walking trail. “We are excited to show off the markers, which will complement the five historic markers that have already been installed in the north-central part of Columbia,” Whitt said. The event Read More
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. Below are locations throughout Boone and other Mid-MO Counties where you may take any unused and unwanted prescription drugs to be disposed of. FOR locations or communities not listed, please check the DEA’s website (click on Read More
What is it? A community service event where volunteers fix brake lights for free. No appointment is necessary! We will also have free food and refreshments for everyone, please stop by and say Hi! Where? Job Point 400 Wilkes Blvd.
The Minority Men’s Network meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month, except in July and August. Breakfast is available for purchase in Dulany Hall. Agenda and minutes are provided in advance of the meeting; financials are presented at the meeting.