Roger Green submits this picture because as he was driving on MacArthur Drive recently he saw angels in the red sky behind the Praying Hands.
A request to change the zoning of a vacant lot on Main Street where a commercial garage was destroyed by fire last fall is on the Webb City Planning and Zoning Commission’s next agenda.
The address of the lot in question is at 501 N. Main St.
Hope Powell Trust, the applicant, seeks to rezone the property from commercial (C-2) to multi-family (R-3), presumably for an apartment building.
There are no other requests on the agenda.
Sales of tickets for the annual Charlie 22 Outdoors 30-in-30 raffle has begun online.
For 30 days in September, an entry will be drawn each day. The winner will receive one of 30 firearms from Black Rain Ordinance.
Tickets are $20 each or six for $100.
Charlie 22 Outdoors, a veterans support organization, is now located in the historic streetcar clubhouse at 115 N. Madison St.
Pro Musica will present the Danish ensemble Trio con Brio Copenhagen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, in the Beshore Performance Hall at the Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex, 212 W. Seventh St.
The piano trio, an ensemble composed of violin, cello, and piano, will perform elegant and passionate works by Beethoven, Haydn, and Arensky, showcasing the artistic range of this acclaimed ensemble.
This performance is free of charge, with donations accepted at the door. No advance reservations are required. For more information, visit the Pro Musica website.
Loving Grace will host “Stiffed at the Speakeasy,” a mystery dinner fundraising event, at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 11, at the Adaline Acres event center.
The night will begin with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by a dinner served by Chef Mike, of Trackside Burgers & BBQ. Adaline Acres is at 27725 Locust Road, Carl Junction.
The whodunit interactive mystery show will feature WolfRich Entertainment. Guests, encouraged to dress in Roaring ’20s attire, will work with other guests at their table to solve the mystery. Michelle “MO” Holloman will emcee the event.
Proceeds will benefit Loving Grace, an organization which operates Oglesby House, a transitional house for disadvantaged or homeless young women, and Doris House, a safe haven for those beginning motherhood, seeking custody of their children, or other parental difficulties.
Tickets are on sale now online.