Some pictures at the annual Summersville community yard sale.

Chamber meeting

The Summersville Chamber of Commerce met in their regular scheduled meeting on Thursday June 10, 2010 at 5:30 at Summersville Senior Center. The meeting was called to order by President Jessi Berry at 5:37.

  • The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.
  • The treasures report was given with the balance in account was $3526.53
  • Treasurer Rose Garman reported that a interest payment was paid to this account so she was going to find out where that came from.
  • Old business: The city wide yard sale was discussed. The maps are ready to be printed and will be left at Karr Kare and Stop n Spot. We had 16 different locations on the map.
  • Jessi stated that the Haunted Hut will have their ribbon cutting on Saturday the 26th of June at 9:00 am.
    She will contact The Hungry Moose and see what date they would like theirs to be on.
  • READ ALL minutes
Call the Summersville MO Chamber of Commerce for your Summersville, MO business placed here.

Community Bank N.A.

Summersville Beacon

Summersville Community Center

Country Petals

City of Summersville

On Dave Perry

Summersville flags and mill collage

Our community lost a man recently who epitomizes what many of us aspire to become. Dave Perry a valued business leader and community activist (as well as a close personal friend of mine) lost his battle recently with pancreatic cancer.

The community will be holding a benefit for his widow Floralyn, to help out on the large expenses incurred while Dave was sick.

On June 12th at the Summersville Community Center starting at 9 am you can start dropping off your items for auction and your donations.

At 4 pm we will be holding a kettle dinner which includes a main dish, drinks and dessert.

Then from 5 pm to 6:30 pm there will be music by Gene Brake and L.C. Roberts.

And at 7 pm there will be an auction of the donated goods.

For more information contact:
Constance at 417-932-1078 or
Teresa at 417-932-1012

You may also read and donate at Dave and Floralyn's brave story at their Caring Bridge journal.