We will trade you donated food for your fines. All monetary and food donations will fill the Thanks-For-Giving boxes. Please deliver food by November 19th. Boxes will be ready for pick up on November 20th. Thank you to the whole community for your support, turkeys, and filling the carts at Stanton County Foods, Dollar General, and thank you to Seaboard Foods for the roasts!
We are going to rock out at the library this summer and can’t wait to see you all! We have lots of fun
activities and events planned. Come laugh, learn, and have loads of fun with your friends!
Sign up sheets have been given to all of the elementary students. For your convenience you can click
on the below link, and the calendar is found on our home page. Please turn in sign up sheets to the library
by June 1st.
Come to the library to sign up your child for our egg drop event! Sign up through 3/26 for the 3/29 drop. The Stanton County Library will provide all the essentials needed to design and build an egg protector. Bring your kids down for a fun time!
Vengan todos a la biblioteca para rejistrar a sus hijos en la caida del huevo! El ultimo dia para rejistrar a sus hijos va ser el 26 de marzo. La biblioteca de Stanton County va a tener todas las cosas nesesarias para que los ninos agan su protector de huevo. Trigan a sus hijos a la biblioteca para que se diviertan!
We have worked really hard, and are really excited to announce that both the City and County have approved a recycle drop off location for paper, cans, and clear and color glass.
Stanton County Foods is a huge partner in the recycle efforts of the community. The container location will be behind the store. AND they accept plastic bags and #1 and #2 plastic milk, soda, and juice containers (no lids) inside!
stay tuned for future information, announcements, and activities!
January 15th is National Hat Day
Hats may be worn for safety and protection, for religious reasons, ceremonial reasons, warmth or fashion. In the Middle Ages hats were an indicator of social status. In the military hats may denote one’s nationality, branch of service, rank and/or regiment. Structured hats for women began to be worn in the late 16th century. The best quality hats were made in Milan, Italy in the 18th century. In the mid-1920’s women started to replace bonnets with wide-brimmed hats, and even smaller hats that hugged their heads.
Hang onto your hat and celebrate in style on National Hat Day!
All food donations to be used for Thanks-For-Giving Meal boxes
Below donations accepted through November 19th
corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, gravy, yams
instant potatoes, stove top stuffing
Cash donations are accepted at the library for fresh breads, pies, and meat to be added just before deliver. *Check can be issued to Johnson Rotary Club.
Food donation containers are also at the Stanton County Foods, the Dollar General, and at the high school.