May 27, 2020
Please note: Due to precautions concerning COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all events are theme to change.
The AC-City Wide Garage Sale dates are Jun 19 – 20. Permits are $5 and can be purchased during City Hall from Jun 1 – 16. Permits to set adult in a City Park are $25 for a stick shelter, $15 for a stage, $10 for a grass and that cost covers both days. These are also accessible during City Hall and are sole on a initial come, initial served basis. Maps will be accessible during Food Fair, Casey’s and Powell’s True Value commencement Thursday afternoon (6/18). House of Joy Ministry will be during a City Park Saturday from 3:00 to 5:00 to collect adult donations. For questions call Dianne Foster during 476-2390.
St. Clair County Cattlemen’s Assn. Women’s Activity will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. May 30 during Got an Idea Primitives, SE 600 Pvt Rd, Collins, MO 64738. Make certain we tell them we are with a St. Clair County Cattlemen’s Assn.
The Appleton City Public Library is not holding donations of books, movies, or any other materials during this time. Thank we for your cooperation
If we were flourishing whiskers for a SQC competition when it was deferred and wish to trim them off., take a before we trim and an after we trim it off design for a Picture Contest before May 31, 2020. Text them to Chairman Shelley Davis 660-492-7644 or [email protected]
The Appleton City Landmarks Museum will not open a arrangement area to a open until Jun 5 from 1:30-4:30. The office/library area is customarily staffed on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. The 150th Sesquicentennial book is accessible for pickup during a Museum office. The cost of a over 500 page book is $25.00 picked adult during a museum bureau or it can be mailed for $30.00. You can collect adult a book on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:00-4:00. Please observe amicable enmity discipline and have your check done out for a series of books we wish to buy. If we wish them to mail your duplicate of a book, mail your check with a residence to A.C. Landmarks 503 North Maple Appleton City, MO 64724.
On May 19, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, announced sum for a Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). The appropriation for CFAP comes from a multiple of a Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stability (CARES) Act, a Commodity Credit Corporation Charter (CCC) Act and other USDA sources. CFAP provides adult to $16 billion in approach payments to farmers and ranchers whose marketplace approach has seen a disastrous impact by a Coronavirus. An additional $3 billion will be used to squeeze uninformed produce, dairy, and beef for a Farmers to Families Food Box program. Producers whose cultivation line have suffered a five-percent-or-greater cost decrease or face poignant selling cost for inventories due to COVID-19 are authorised for payments. Agricultural products that validate for CFAP include: non-specialty crops: malting barley, canola, corn, wasteland cotton, millet, oats, soybeans, sorghum, sunflower, durum wheat, and tough red open wheat, wool, livestock: cattle, lambs, yearlings, hogs, dairy, specialty crops: fruits, vegetables, nuts, other (for a full list go to farmers.gov/cfap). Other crops might be deliberate formed on information that meets eligibility requirements. CFAP payments are distributed formed on a form of product(s), current/past inventory, new sale history, and several other factors. Enrollment for CFAP starts May 26, 2020. To enroll, hit your internal FSA bureau to report an appointment. You do not need to be a stream FSA patron to apply. Applicants should be prepared to provide: hit information, Tax ID number, tillage handling structure, practiced sum income and approach deposition information. For some-more information, hit your internal FSA office, or hit Raysha Tate during [email protected] or 417-646-2419 during a St. Clair County MU Extension office.
Missourians need not worry about insects dubbed “murder hornets” in amicable media, says University of Missouri Extension entomologist Kevin Rice.
The name benefaction on amicable media is misleading. Scientists do not use a tenure ruthless to report this engaging insect. These headlines sound like something from a Stephen King story and teach nonessential fear. The Asian hulk mosquito is not typically assertive and usually attacks people when a nest is threatened. In Japan, fewer than 50 people per year die from a hornet’s manly venom. To put this in perspective, some-more than 200 people die in a U.S. any year from car accidents involving deer. The mosquito is not benefaction in a Midwest now. It is also intensely doubtful it will ever pierce here. In 2019, entomologists found and eradicated one nest in Vancouver, Canada. One passed wasp was found in a state of Washington. The mosquito prefers plateau and lowlands. It dislikes plains, generally areas where humans live. A local of eastern Asia and Japan, a mosquito can adjust to new environments, though it presents minimal, if any risk to humans in a United States. Measuring about 2 inches long, a Asian hulk mosquito is a world’s largest hornet. It is about 3 or 4 times incomparable than other wasps in a United States. Specialists are endangered that people disturbed about “murder hornets” will mist local wasps and hornets that pollinate plants and yield critical biological controls for agriculture. The genuine risk of Asian hulk hornets is to bees. The hornets can kill whole hives.
Alfalfa 101: Establishing a Stand, Starting Production, Harvesting, Feeding and Economics will be offering on-line around Zoom. The workshop, on Jun 2 from 4:00 – 8:30 p.m., will give producers a simple believe to furnish alfalfa. Alfalfa is utterly opposite from other forages and requires some-more government though rewards we with high peculiarity forage. The seminar will be taught by Pat Miller, University of Missouri Extension Agronomy Specialist; Wesley Tucker, University of Missouri Extension Ag Business Specialist and Patrick Davis, University of Missouri Extension Livestock Specialist. The cost is $25 per person. The 68 page Alfalfa Management Guide and other handouts will be e-mailed to participants. Please make reservations by Jun 1 by induction on-line at https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/alfalfa-101-zoom-session. For some-more information, call Pat Miller during 417-448-2560 or e-mail her during [email protected]
If we need a space to garden this year, it’s not too late and they have copiousness of room during a West Central Community Farm during a dilemma of Burbank and Locust in AC. If we would like a giveaway mark in a garden, we can have entrance to a apparatus strew and a H2O line. After signing a village plantation terms and agreement and a brief orientation, we will be prepared to get your grow on. Contact Katie Nixon to demonstrate your seductiveness by contacting her during [email protected] or 816-809-5074.
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