Revival at Hickory Grove Missionary Baptist Church

Posted April 21, 2016 at 9:25 am

Hickory Grove Missionary Baptist Church near Humansville will begin a revival on Monday, April 25, with their pastor, Brother Keith Irvin, and Brother Efton Piper preaching in the services. Brother Piper is pastor at Southside Missionary Baptist Church in Bolivar.

Services will begin at 7 p.m. each night. The church is located west of Hwy. 13. South of Collins, turn west on 310 Road (before you get to Humansville) and continue about three miles. Bear right when you come to the Y after crossing the bridge.

No ending date is set date is set for services, but will be determined (we pray) by the Lord. The church invites your attendance.

    Five Loaves new schedule

    Five Loaves, a free life skills seminar hosted by the Dederick Christian Church, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28. This will be an evening to share information and to learn while having fun. The theme for the evening is “Heart and Soul” and will feature food that is heart healthy, as well as some soul food that should please everyone.

    In addition, the Dederick Church members would like to announce the following monthly schedule and themes. During May, there will be no seminar. June 30-Celebration Cooking; July 28-Backyard Campfire.

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    State Parks Youth Corps now accepting applications

    For the seventh year in a row, young people in Missouri will have an opportunity to work outdoors at state parks and historic sites through the State Parks Youth Corps, Gov. Nixon announced. Online applications are now being accepted for youth ages 17 to 24 to participate in the 2016 program.

    “To date, more than 3,500 young people have had the opportunity to get real career experience while making a difference in our parks through State Parks Youth Corps,” said Gov. Nixon. “In 2016, we will welcome even more young people who

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    Register for May 25-27 Dairy Cow Camp

    Youth (ages 8-18) that are interested in learning about the dairy industry will want to register for annual 4-H Dairy Cow Camp in Springfield, scheduled for May 25-27.

    “This camp draws attention to the importance of farming and its important role in Missouri’s economy. It provides youth a hands-on opportunity to care for dairy animals and learn about many aspects of dairy production while learning life-skills at the same time,” according to Karla Deaver, 4-H youth development specialist with University of Missouri Extension.

    Campers work in pairs under

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    VFW Auxiliary to meet May 2

    The VFW Auxiliary is one of the nation’s oldest organizations serving veterans. Our members are the relatives of those military personnel who have served in overseas combat. Locally the Spicer-Grimsley VFW Post 257 Auxiliary meets at 7 p.m. the first Monday night of each month in the post building on the corner of First and Pine Streets in El Dorado Springs. We are very proud of the fact that VFW Post 257 is the oldest continuous VFW Post in the state of Missouri.

    Nationwide, Auxiliary members volunteer many hours to support veterans,

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    Durnell, Vickers engaged

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael Durnell of El Dorado Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jenna Beth, to Quade Chris Vickers, son of Chris and Vickie Vickers of El Dorado Springs. Both are 2012 graduates of El Dorado Springs High School.

    Ms. Durnell will graduate summa cum laude from Southwest Baptist University in May and will begin her career in July as an Audit Associate with BKD CPAs and Advisors in Springfield.

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    Motts reunion May 1

    It’s time for the 2nd annual Motts reunion. It will take place on Sunday, May 1, in the Taberville Park.

    Bring a favorite dish to share. Table service will be provided.

    Will take up donations for the following year.

    Any questions, call Amor at 417/296-2047.

    Get ready for Story Time at library

    The El Dorado Springs John D. Smith Branch of the Cedar County library will have Story Time at 10 a.m. April 15. Story Time is an opportunity to encourage reading and related activities. Children ages 2-12 are welcome to attend with a parent or guardian.

    While at the library pick up a Take and Make packet for ages 2-12. The Take and Make packets will be available after April 10 this month.

    These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Library Inc.

    Square dance in Nevada on tax day

    On Friday, April 15, the Mo-Kan Square Dancers will host a dance with David McKinnon calling from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Home Ec Building on the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada. Admission is $5 per adult dancer and $3 per youth dancer. All area square dancers and interested persons are invited to attend.

    For more information, call the Harolds at 417/465-2241, the Eberts at 417/667-3069 or the Millers at 427/395-2838.

    All you can eat breakfast at Taberville

    The Taberville Community Club will sponsor a Hungry Man’s Breakfast- All You Can Eat from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, in the Taberville Fire Barn.

    The breakfast will consist of biscuits and gravy and scrambled eggs with milk, orange juice or coffee.

    The event will also include a bake sale and raffle of a fishing rod donated by Dains Fish Farm, a barbeque grill and propane tank donated by Steve Singleton and Will Crowder, cash, savings account and coin collection.

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