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Updated: Dec 27, 2018

On December 1st, the community of Leasburg ushered in the holiday season with the first ever tree lighting ceremony. This new tradition began by the planting of a new 16 foot spruce tree in Fulton Park which was dedicated to past Leasburg residents that played an integral part in the development of the town. As this event continues in the coming years, we will steadily add to our decorations in order to continue beautification of our city. Songs were sung and cookies and cocoa were served. Santa even made an appearance arriving in style on a four-wheeler! A good time was had by all. Thanks to everyone who attended and look forward to seeing you next year.

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Take a short drive to Leasburg and visit The Little Red Barn Farmers Market. It is family owned and grows the best produce you will ever taste! While here check out Delaney’s Crossing for all your picnicking goodies and head down to Onondaga State Park for a hike and lunch. If you need more adventure check out the beautiful Ozark Outdoors Resort and take a float down the beautiful Meramec River. By now you have probably built up a huge appetite which Skippy and Denise can fix at Skippy’s place! In Historic Leasburg we have the home town feel so come visit! You will be glad that you did!

The Little Red Barn

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We are happy to report that LRO'S 1st community event for 2018 was a huge success!! We served over 100 dinners, and heard numerous times that the food and donated desserts were delicious! Everyone seemed to enjoy the food, the service, the Celtic music and the fellowship. We appreciate everyone's kindness and support! So, from The Leasburg Revitalization Organization.......We thank you all!!!!!!

We want to give a huge thank you to everyone that made this event possible: Town & Country Supermarket in Bourbon, MO for their help with all of the food Robert & Tera Bass & Ozark Outdoors for offering to cover the hall rental Cuba McDonalds for their generous donation of coffee, cups and creamer, sugar, sweeteners Gary and Nell McGrath for donating money for decorations and supplies, and for making the beautiful signage for the event Glenn & Sue Prince for covering the cost of advertising Mark Delaney & Delaney's Crossing for donating the ice for the cold drinks that were served All of the wonderful donations of mouth watering desserts The Leasburg Legion Hall & The Ortons for their kindness and hospitality The board and members of LRO that worked so hard to make this event possible And, last, but certainly not least, all of the people that came out to eat and visit with us, from Leasburg, Bourbon, Steelville, Cuba, St. James, Sullivan and as far away as St. Peters! Your support means the world to us! We are beyond grateful for all of the donations and support we received to make this event a sucess! THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS!!

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