Thanks for stopping by the website of the

Anderson Betterment Club

of Anderson, Missouri, USA.



MAY 10TH, 2014


Excitement is building in Anderson for another taste of history!

  The second annual Anderson Berry Festival is set to kick off on Saturday, May 10th.

The festival features arts and craft booths, retail & food vendors, a donut eating contest, a Little Miss Strawberry pageant and live entertainment throughout the day. There's even a 5k run the night before!

  The festival starts Saturday morning at 9 am. Main Street in Anderson will be closed starting at the east side of the railroad tracks. Vendors will line the streets, offering all kinds of deals and bargains to shoppers.

We're still looking for vendors, so if you're interested in setting up a retail, arts & crafts, food or non profit booth, please fill out a vendor app by clicking the link below:



Below is a listing of all the fun things we have planned:



     Get your glow on!
     The first ever Berry glow 5k Nite Run & Walk will kick off at Anderson City Hall at 9pm, Friday May 9th.
     This family friendly event features a night time 5k run and walk where participants are encouraged to wear all kinds of glow-in-the-dark items. From glow sticks to bracelets to necklaces. You name it, if it glows, wear it!
     The first 75 people who enter get a free t shirt with a cool Berry Glow 5k design and a goody bag packed with all kinds of neat stuff!
     Cost is just $15 a person before the race, $20 the day of the race.
     All money raised goes to support the Anderson Playground Project which is an effort to provide new playground equipment to the parks in Anderson.
     You can register online right now at www.register-wizard.com or download and print off an entry form by clicking here:






For more information, please email us at info@andersonbetterment.org.

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What is the Anderson Betterment Club????

The Anderson Betterment Club was founded in 2009 as a non-profit organization dedicated to improving and promoting the Anderson community. Its membership is open to any citizen of Anderson and the surrounding area.

Meetings are usually on the second Tuesday of the month in the Anderson City Hall Train Depot at noon.

Yearly dues are $40 per business or $25 per individual. Check out our "Join Us" link a the top of the page for more info.

For other events, please visit our Calendar page.

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