Aurora woman named Hometown Hero

Friday, October 18, 2019
An Aurora High School educator was honored as a Hometown Hero Sept. 13, during afternoon ceremonies hosted by Bubby Manuel of the Modern Woodmen of America. The award was presented to Kim McCully-Mobley in recognition of her efforts as a school and community partner to promote the aspects of volunteer service through partnerships with Aurora Rotary, Aurora Chamber of Commerce, Main Street, the Aurora Houn’ Dawg Alumni and Outreach Center. Manuel mentioned her work with the traveling Smithsonian Exhibit “Hometown Teams” last year and indicated his organization was appreciative of all efforts aimed at improving the quality of life for families and communities. “We appreciate your contributions to your community,” he stated. The event was complete with refreshments in the commons at AHS. McCully-Mobley is a lifelong Auroran with a background in journalism, editing and publishing. She works as an educator for Drury University, Crowder College and Aurora High School. Contributed photo

An Aurora High School educator was honored as a Hometown Hero Sept. 13, during afternoon ceremonies hosted by Bubby Manuel of the Modern Woodmen of America.