Several Knoxville representatives visited the Iowa Statehouse on Monday, as the Iowa House of Representatives passed House Resolution 121, which recognizes March 23-29 as Dixie Cornell Gebhardt Week in Iowa, and Knoxville as the birthplace of the Iowa State Flag. The resolution passed unanimously.
Rep. Greg Heartsill reports that he intends to bring a resolution forth in the House on Monday to declare next week as "Dixie Cornell Gebhardt Week" in the State of Iowa.
The Knoxville Heritage Community Foundation has pledged $15,000 over three years to the Grand Theater Foundation.
Details are still being finalized, but the Birthplace of the Iowa State Flag will celebrate the flag's special day on March 29.
Knoxville Journal-Express and Pella Chronicle Publisher Maureen Miller was nominated to be, and received the honor of, being the Quad Cities' St. Patrick's Society's Irish Mother of the Year.
Students in grades KinderPrep through First at West Elementary have jumped their way to raising $4,800 for the American Heart Association.
Exciting events happened at Knoxville of Rotary Club on February 12, 2014.
The Knoxville "Morning" Kiwanis Club is holding a pancake day today (Friday, Feb. 14) through 6:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church.