Posted by – December 15, 2010
Below, a video capturing some of the highlights of Hannibal Middle School’s forum on bullying Tuesday night. These folks have made it their mission to assertively and sensitively address a perennial source of childhood dread that’s become much higher-profile — and, some argue, much crueler — in recent years.
Posted by – December 3, 2010
‘Tis the season to be … looking at other people’s holiday lights!
The Hannibal Regional Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting a holiday house tour on Saturday, Dec. 4, from noon to 5 p.m.
Five distinctly different Hannibal homes will be showcased on the tour. They include Reagan’s Queen Anne Victorian Bed & Breakfast, the newly built duplex of Allen and Vicki Gottman, the downtown loft of Kristy Trevathan, the Italianate home of Daren and Sandy Caswell, and the American Colonial style home of Steve and Beth Carroll.
Shuttle service is available for the Gottman home from the First Church of Nazarene at 4000 W. Ely. A shuttle to the Carroll home will depart from the Hannibal Aquatic Center, 1700 Pleasant Drive.
- Reagan’s Bed & Breakfast, 313 N. Fifth.
- Gottman home, 116 W. Ridge
- Trevathan loft, 112A Main. (entrance is to the left of Alliance Gallery)
- Caswell home, 311 Bird.
- Carroll home, 1000 Country Club Drive
Inside each of the featured homes, visitors will be treated to the hosts’ holiday decorations as well as the special architectural features which make each location special.
Tickets for the tour are $8 in advance and $10 at the event. Tickets can be purchased at Judy’s Boutique located inside Hannibal Regional Hospital or at Becky Thatcher’s Bookstore.
For more information, please contact Alicia Rollins, Director of Volunteer Services, at (573) 248-5272.