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El Dorado Christian Celebrates Grandparents Day

Posted October 23, 2014 at 1:48 pm

EL DORADO CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS GRANDPARENTS – El Dorado Christian School celebrated Grandparent’s Day on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. Approximately 200 people attended. Preschool through sixth grade entertained grandparents with a short program of poems, songs and memorized Bible passages. Mrs. Eslinger’s Junior High class wrote beautiful Grandparent tributes. Students, along with their families, enjoyed donut holes and coffee that were served in each of the classrooms.

ECS FIRST GRADERS PERFORM AT GRANDPARENTS DAY – Mrs. Angie Batson’s first grade class performs for approximately 200 people at the Grandparent’s Day celebration.


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    On Thursday, Oct. 2, the El Dorado Springs chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 24 new members in a candlelight ceremony. The new NHS members are: Kale Adams, son on of Darren and Traci Adams; Bentley Allison, daughter of Davin Allison and Amy Hedrick; Ronnie Bohrer, son of Joe and Felicia Bohrer; Walter Burk, son of Walter Burk and Cherie Day; Giselle Campos, daughter of Jose and Rosa Campos; Chelsea Colbert, daughter of Gary Colbert and Tiffany Tipper; Karlee Collins, daughter of Kevin and Becky

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    Want to shoot with Cedar County 4-H Team?

    Missouri Youth Sport Shooting Alliance (MYSSA) presented the sixth annual Fall Classic trap competition on Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Missouri Trap Shooters Association trap range in Linn Creek. Cedar County 4-H Shooting Sports entered a trap team consisting of Hank Ryan, Cole Hoffmann and Cheston Stacy from Stockton Seekers, Ethan Long from Buffalo Chargers and Mckensi Marshall from Union Hall. The competition was though with more than 800 boys and girls from various 4-H, FFA and high school organizations participating. Cedar County was well represented as

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    HONOR GUARD, PRAYING SOLDIER – The Veterans Day service at the El Dorado Springs City Cemetery featured an honor guard and a praying soldier. VFW Post 257 Commander Tim Bartkoski said the VFW provides the service at funerals and other patriotic events.

    Members of the local VFW presented the colors before the assembly began in the High School gym on Monday, Nov. 12.

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    Ms. Lanser among DECA state officers elected

    Sixteen public high school students were recently named state officers for the Missouri Association of DECA. The students were elected and installed during the Missouri DECA Fall Leadership and State Officer Election Conference held Oct. 14-15 in Lake Ozark. The annual state conference was attended by more than 650 high school marketing students and their teachers.

    The 2012-2013 executive state officers include: Callie Loganbill, president, Tipton High School; Rachelle Engen, vice president-advocacy, Odessa High School; Mallory Lanser, vice president-communications, El Dorado Springs

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    Chapter Degree Recipients are: Ashley Brown, Justin Johnson, Mckensi Marshall, Rebeca Posey, Steven Taylor, Kylee Tomason, Chandler Allison, Colby Charles, Logan Perridon, Claire Silvers, Hesston Stark, Chandra Bettis, Shelby Barger, Karlee Collins, Jake Hillsman, Morgan Sumner. Photo submitted by FFA Historiesn Makenzie Schwalm and Jaynee Beaty 

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    - Kevin and Kelly Bell chose Northeast Vernon County FFA to receive the Monsanto America’s Farmers Grows Communities fund in the amount of $2,500. Jeff Stroup of Monsanto presented the $2,500 check to the FFA Officers at the annual FFA banquet on May 1. Pictured are (from left) Christanne Middleton, Kyliegh Mays, Kevin Bell, Elsie Harrson, Payton Hays, Layne Rapp, Spencer Hoagland, Ryann Ford and NEVC FFA Advisor Courtney Poirot.

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    VISITS SCHOOL – Greg Hooper and Kenny Alexander, members of the Roscoe Fire Department, came to Roscoe Elementary School. They taught students about fire safety, how they put out brush fires and showed them their protective gear. Smokey the Bear showed up and surprised everyone. Students greeted and hugged Smokey on their way out to see the truck the firemen use to fight brush fires.

    The students and staff of Roscoe Elementary

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