Month: June 2020

Illustration of a food truck with the Care Corps' Lifehouse logo

Monthly Food Bank #feedingsmalltowns

Thanks to Care Corps’ Lifehouse and the Food Security Taskforce for keeping Scribner in mind when it came to helping out those who need it most. On the LAST TUESDAY

a photo of downtown Scribner's old city hall building with a clock graphic stating "scribner in a second"

Scribner City Council in a Second

Highlights from June 22nd’s City Council meeting: The pool will open in early July at no charge, not limited to Scribner residents and up to 172 capacity. The slide and

City Council Meeting // June 22, 2020

SCRIBNER CITY COUNCILJune 22, 20206:30 P.M. **Our city council meetings are streamed LIVE on our Facebook page –City of Scribner Roll Call & Pledge of Allegiance Citizen Comments. Approval of

A $100 bill with Benjamin Franklin wearing a mask

You Got the PPP & EIDL Money…Now What?

The Paycheck Protection Program rolled out shortly after many had already applied, but had not yet received, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan grant. Most gave up hope with the Small

Playgrounds OPEN

According to the Three Rivers Public Health Department, public parks will open again June 1st. However, the picnic shelters in the City Park will remain closed for construction. Stay tuned