Several businesses from communities along the river set up tables at the July 18 meeting and shared information. Many provided samples of different foods and drinks that they offer to customers.
BRPC Chairman Hubie Kluesner serves on the Missouri River Country board and spoke to the group briefly about the importance of preserving the land along the river. Montgomery County Associate Commissioner John Noltensmeyer serves on the board as well, representing agriculture.
We are fortunate to live in a region with such a rich cultural heritage. It is the hope of the Missouri River Country committee that residents—as well as those who visit the area— appreciate and have an opportunity to enjoy the beauty, natural resources, bike trails, and many assets offered by the communities along the river.