A team is made up of one boy and one girl, and there are 13 teams participating in the 5th annual game of Senior Survivor at Muscatine High School. Each team picks their own charity, and have been raising money for there individual charities for the past month. The actual week long contest will take place March 2nd - 7th, when students will live at the school the whole week, participating in physical and mental challenges.
This Sunday, Feb 2nd, sponsored by the Howe Foundation, will be the 8th Annual Young Artist Competition for grades 9-12th. This event is held at MCC. Visit Muscatinesymphony.org for more details.
2010 Muscatine High School Graduate and current Western Illinois University soccer star, Alex Walgren, has been honored. The Muskie turned Leatherneck was named a Woman's Scholar by the National Soccer Coaches Association. As a team Western Illinois woman's soccer averages a 3.7 GPA.
Can you hear better with your eyes closed? You can find out on Saturday. You can go to the Saulsbury Bridge Recreation Area where the naturalists will test your nighttime senses with a night hike and a fun game of hide and seek in the dark. The free family program takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 this Saturday night, February 1st, at the Saulsbury Lodge. Preregistration is requested. To do that or for more information, contact the Muscatine County Conservation Board at (563) 264-5922.
The first Legislator's Forum of the year will be held tomorrow morning, Saturday, Feb 1st, at the MCC Student Center, starting at 9:00am. This is your chance to ask direct questions to your State Representatives.
The Muskie Basketball teams play tonight against Pleasant Valley - the boys play at home, and the girls play on the road.