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(660) 928-3281

108 S Walnut St., PO Box 15

Skidmore, Missouri 64487

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City of Skidmore's Newsletters

July 2022 Newsletter

Skidmore City Hall will be closed July 4th. July 1 is the date $10 dog licenses are due. Brush pile is closed until August. There will be construction with the...

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June 2022 Newsletter

City-wide garage sales will be held June 3-5, in conjunction with Maitland and Graham. Contact City Hall if you want your sale on the list. Skidmore City Council meets June...

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May 2022 Newsletter

Need a handyman? Call Coby Langford at 660-853-2274. Skidmore Community Betterment will meet May 9 at 6:00pm at Newton Hall. Skidmore City Council meets May 12 at 6:00pm at Newton...

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April 2022 Newsletter

Municipal Election is Tuesday, April 5, in Newton Hall for those in Monroe Township. Polls will be open 6:00am-7:00pm. Bring your drivers' license or voter id card. Graham Fish Fry...

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THURSDAY:  6:30 PM—Queen contests (Jr, grades 5-8 and Queen, grades 9-12)($10)at Christian Church-      open to all girls in Nodaway-Holt and West Nodaway school districts

FRIDAY:   4:00pm-7:00pm—Depot Museum open  (Cheryl Huston 660-215-0504)

            5:00PM to close/Sat 9:00 AM–Punkin Central:  gun raffle, shirts, 50/50, Donkey Drop

            5:00PM-8:00PM– Quilt Show (Newton Hall) Quilts entered 2:00PM to 4:00PM

            5:00PM to close– Food Vendors, Business Vendors, Game Vendors (Friday & Saturday)

            6:00PM -10:00PM—Tractor Pull

SATURDAY:  7:00AM—5K (registration 6:30-6:50AM New shelter house)

            7:00AM-9:00AM—Tractor/Antique Car Show Registration ($10)- north of State Barn

            8:00AM-10:00AM—Smoke Off registration ($80) (Luke Coffelt 660-254-4120)

            8:30AM—Dog Show registration, judging at 9:00AM at old Shelter House

            9:00AM—Baby Show on the stage (ages 0-2)                      

            9:00AM—Horseshoe Tournament ($5)    ** Punkin Central and Vendors open at 9:00**

            9:00AM-5:00PM—Quilt Show (Newton Hall)  Quilts need to be picked up by 5:30, winners at 6:45

            9:30AM—Little Mr & Miss Punkin Show, ages 3-6 years old ($5) (9:00 registration at the stage)

9:30AM-10:00AM—Parade Registration (tent by State Barn)

10:00AM-4:00PM—Depot Museum open (Cheryl Huston 660-215-0504)

            10:00AM—Smoke Off (Pit Meeting, meat handed out

            10:30AM—Tractor/Antique Car Show Winners announced


            12:00PM—Smoke Off Cooking Begins

            12:45PM—Ping Pong Ball Drop

            1:00PM—Frog Jumping Contest (bring your own or use those provided)

            2:00PM—Skillet Throw (ladies)

            2:00PM-4:00PM—Life Flight on display

            2:30PM—Tire Toss (guys)

            3:00PM—Farmers’ Relay

            4:00PM—Jr Farmers’ Relay

            5:00PM-6:30PM—Cake Walk (old shelter house)

            6:30PM—Meat judging

            6:45PM—Quilt Show Winners announced

7:00PM-10:00PM—The Highway

            8:00PM—(roughly) 50/50 Winner, gun raffle winner, meat auction

SUNDAY:  10:30AM—Community Church Service at the stage, pot-luck meal to follow