Recklein meeting on Route 66 Corridor Plan for Cuba, Missouri Thursday, Feb. 11 at 6:00
Route 66 has influenced the culture and economy of Cuba, Missouri from the 1930s to the present. Think of the history of the road in Cuba: MoHick BBQ, the Wagon Wheel, Midway, the murals and the Viva Cuba Garden, the Phillips 66 Station, Wallace House, the World’s Largest Rocking Chair at Fanning, and the other homes and businesses along Route 66.
The Route 66 Association of Missouri has hired an organization Great River Associates to develop a Corridor Management Plan for the Rt. 66 Corridor.
The organization plans regional meetings to discuss preservation, protection, and enhancement along Rt. 66. The Cuba meeting will be held at Recklein Audiotorium on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 6:00.
The Cuba Free Press printed an article about the Corridor plan in the Feb. 4 newspaper on page 3A if you would like more information.
If you are interested in what may be planned for Rt. 66 in Cuba, Missouri attend the meeting and make your views known. Be informed.
For an example of Rt. 66 history in Cuba read “East End Square had it going on…Rt. 66 and Cuba, Missouri Hotspot…”
Many Cuba citizens have warm memories of growing up along Route 66. To see the influence of Route 66 on a new generation see “Cuba Fourth Graders Show Off Their History.”