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 • Roland Story school board to meet in a special session on Tuesday evening.

 There will be a special meeting of the Roland Story Community School Board on Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the high school board room in Story City. The board will discuss building and ground issues and personnel matters at this meeting.

 • Webster City Chamber Board looking for new slate of candidates for 2017.

 Each January the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce replaces three of ite board members. The slate of candidates is sent out to the chamber membership and vote. The top three are placed on the board. Each term runs for three years. The board meets each month on the second Wednesday of the month at 12 noon at the chamber office. As a board member,you are responsible to uphold and advocate for the mission and provide duty of due care, loyalty and obedience.  2017 is the centennial year of the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce. The year ahead promises to be an active year for the local chamber. For more information on serving on the chamber board, please call the chamber office at 515-832-2564 or by visiting the office at 628 Second Street in Webster City.

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board to meet Thursday morning.

 The Hamilton County Conservation Board will meet Thursday morning at 9:30 in the conservation office in Briggs Woods Park. The board will discuss the future of the Little Wall Lake residence and shower house and the advertising of park officer positions. There will be an update on the Briggs Woods Golf Course Event Center. A look at the 2017 budget amendment will be discussed. Conservation director Brian Lammers will present his update on activities in the park and recreation areas of Hamilton county.

 • Monday is the final day to register for the Coats for Kids program sponsored by Upper Des Moines Opportunity.
 • Final Music in the Park for the season to be held Thursday evening.

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