December 31, 2020

2020 in review from a Raymore perspective

Editor’s Note : This is the first part in a three-part series looking at 2020 in review. This week’s look is at the 1st four months, January, February, March and April of 2020. Next week’s issue, January 7, will look at the 2nd four months, May, June, July and August while the final four months, will be remembered in the January 14 issue.
January 2, 2020
Boy Scouts to collect real Christmas trees – Local Boy Scout Troop #124 will collect real trees, free of decorations/hooks, etc., from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 4 at Recreation Park for a fee of $5 each.
The branches will be mulched for use in Raymore parks and the trunks will be used for firewood in cold weather campouts.

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Candidate filing is open for April 6 general election

The General Municipal election for the City of Raymore for the offices of City Council will be held April 6, 2021.

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Raymore-Peculiar School Foundation Awards Grants

The Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation on Dec. 11 awarded 19 Classroom Impact Grants, totaling $10,359, to teachers across the district. Many of the grants will provide hands-on experiences for students. Some examples include sewing machines, Instant Pots, a slab roller for ceramic projects, and musical instruments. Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Board Member Rich Bartow, and Foundation Secretary/Treasurer Pam Steele made the surprise presentations. To minimize the group size, presentations were made in the school foyers. Because there are so many grants awarded, the Raymore Journal is breaking up the photos in multiple editions.

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