Scotter’s Coffee staff members had the honor of cutting the ribbon Friday at the new store at 702 S. Madison St.

Scooter’s Coffee welcomed to town

The Webb City Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Friday at the new Scooter’s Coffee store at 702 S. Madison St.

Among those attending was Bob Palmer, of Ozark, whose firm, BSP Coffee, has also opened the Scooter’s franchise in Carthage.

Founded in 1998 by Don and Linda Eckles in Bellevue, Neb., Scooter’s Coffee is headquartered in Omaha, Neb. There are now more than 400 Scooter’s in 23 states. 

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Project Graduation golf tourney

Saturday, April 16, at Eagle Creek

Webb City Project Graduation is accepting team entries for the golf tournament it will sponsor Saturday, April 16, at Eagle Creek Golf Club.

Registration, from 7 to 7:30 a.m., will be followed by the shotgun start at 8 a.m.

The entry fee is $300 for four-person teams. Hole sponsorships are available for $100. For information, call Jason at (417) 291-2573.

All proceeds will benefit Webb City Project Graduation 2022.

 

Sky Kings Fun Fly and Swap Meet

9 a.m. Saturday at the Sky Kings airfield

The Sky Kings remote control club will hold its Early Spring Fun Fly and Swap Meet at its airfield in Webb City.

Spectators are welcome and admitted for free. Hats and lawn chairs are encouraged. The airfield is north of of Sharon Drive just west of Carterville.

Pilots will start flying at 9 a.m. and continue until sunset. Click here for more information.

Civil War Days

Saturday, May 21, on the Carthage Square

The Carthage Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking vendors for Civil War Days, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 21

The event on the courthouse square will coincide with the 160th anniversary of the Battle of Carthage, which will be reenacted by 700 participants at Civil War Ranch.

“With all of the activities going on outside of town, we wanted to create a fun downtown event that the visitors coming to our area could shop, eat, and explore all the fun things to do while they are in Carthage,” says Julie Reams, president of the Carthage Chamber of Commerce. “We are looking for crafters, any period piece vendors or those that want to do any demonstrations on our beautiful square.”

For more information, contact the chamber at (417) 358-2373 or info@carthagechamber.com.

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