We are so fortunate and blessed to live in such a caring and compassionate community like Corning. We are excited to host the 4th Annual Business Expo on March 14th. This year’s expo will also include a free health fair and job fair, along with door prizes, gift cards, kid’s activities, and guest speakers. This
It’s almost time for the 2018 Chamber Christmas Banquet! This year, our event will be held on Monday, December 3, 2018, at the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center. Tickets will be priced at $25.00 each. We will rent the tables again this year. We will have the choice of a rectangle table OR the choice
From Stewart Runsick, Clay County Extension Agent: Our next meeting will be October 22, 2:00 pm by ZOOM. Our speaker will be Mark Peterson, Prof – Econ & Comm Development, Cooperative Extension Service. He will help us name the group and give us direction. We will have the survey ready to go and announce to the world
Free entertainment, prizes, and more to encourage the kids to participate in the summer reading challenge. Tuesday – June 5th at 10am – Ms. Renee & her puppets Tuesday – June 12th at 10am – Strike up the Band Tuesday – June 19th at 10am – Rob Holladay: The Magical Balloon Guy Tuesday – June
1. Contest runs from Saturday, September 23 through Saturday, October 14. Winners will be announced at the Harvest Festival. 2. Decorate the outside of your yard, business, school, or church with a fall display. 3. Enter by signing up on the Corning Beautification Committee’s Facebook page or City Hall. List your name, address, and phone
Come out and join Tesi Clifton and her friends as they move 3 Little Monkeys to a new location directly across the street, 412 SW 2nd St. This will take place Friday, July 28, 2017 from 10-6. There will be a Ribbon Cutting at 10.
Our 52nd Annual Kiwanis Club Auction is scheduled for June 12th through June 16th. This event has been very successful for many years; however it would not be possible without the generous donations of money and merchandise from local businesses. This auction is the primary fundraiser for the Kiwanis Scholarship Fund. This fund helps to
From Clay County Courier by Fred Martin To honor her extraordinary work in the area, Doris Sellmeyer has been chosen to lead the Corning Independence Day Parade which begins at 9:00 a.m. in downtown Corning and directs thousands to Wynn Park for a day of celebrating. Just last week Doris Sellmeyer was named “Grand Marshal”