Donkey basketball again was a success at McLouth High School. The McLouth FFA put on the event Wednesday, March 23, in the Purple Gymnasium.
A pulled pork meal took place in advance of the game.
Donkey rides and a photo booth were available at halftime. Teams that played were McLouth FFA, Tonganoxie FFA, Oskaloosa and a McLouth community/school team. Several teachers and faculty members competed in the event.
Patriots Day celebration in McLouth
The McLouth Patriots Day Parade is almost here.
The annual event will start at 1 p.m. April 16 in downtown McLouth.
Please send your entry information by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail your entry information as soon as possible to Candace Braksick, P.O. Box 261, McLouth 66054.
The entry should include name, email address (if you have one), mailing address and type of entry and number of people.
Entrants also should give information about the entry for the announcer.
The Kiwanis Club will provide a meal for all parade participants.
Those participating entries should indicate how many people will be eating per their entry by April 10.
Driver’s ed this summer
Summer driver’s education will be available this year to 25 eligible students.
Any current McLouth USD No. 342 students who have completed eighth grade or beyond and who will be at least 14 years old before the first day of class, May 24, are eligible to apply. The 25 participants will be selected with a “lottery” drawing from all eligible applicants. Applications are available from the high school office. Applications have been mailed to all current eighth-grade students. The cost for the course is $145. Completed application and payment are due by April 13. No late applications will be accepted.