Woods acquires three Paul’s Supermarkets

Posted October 8, 2015 at 10:03 am

Woods shoppers will soon find four Woods Supermarkets to serve them on their next trip to the Lake of the Ozarks area. Woods announced it has reached an agreement to acquire three Paul’s Supermarkets in Eldon, Osage Beach and Lake Ozark. The conversion to Woods Supermarkets will take place by the end of October. Woods also has a store in Sunrise Beach.

“We are excited to welcome all Paul’s customers and other East lake area residents to our three new Woods locations and introduce them to our ‘Solid Woods’ Quality, Service and Value,” said Craig Easter, Chief Executive Officer of Woods Supermarket. “The addition of these three stores will expand Woods’ customer base and the areas we serve, as well as make us a stronger company of family owned supermarkets. This expansion will mean increased new job opportunities and open career advancement

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    Isaacs is member of CMU Conservatory Singers

    Erica Isaacs is a member of the largest vocal performance group at Central Methodist University, the Conservatory Singers.

    Isaacs is a music education major from El Dorado Springs.

    The Conservatory Singers are conducted by Dr. Laura Wiebe, who took the reins last year when she began teaching at CMU as assistant professor of music. Wiebe earned her bachelor’s degree at North Park University, her master’s at the University of Wisconsin, and her Doctorate of Musical Arts at the University of Iowa.

    This fall the

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    Council approves budget

    All councilmen were present for the Monday, Oct. 4, meeting of the El Dorado Springs City Council: Mayor Brad True, Jim Luster, Gene Floyd, Randy Bland and Jerry Baldwin. City Manager Bruce Rogers was present as was City Clerk Lisa Allison. Director of Economic Development for Cedar County Elva Weber and Glenda Baker were also present.

    Rogers reported that the Twilight Gardeners and the Iris Belles had written a thank you note to the city for its help with the installation of the Blue Star Memorial and for attendance at the Sept.

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    TOPS (Take Pounds Off Sensibly)

    TOPS Chapter 0319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, Oct. 1, for the weekly weigh in and meeting.

    Leader Robbie Chase called the meeting to order.

    Kay led us in singing “ Oh Give Me A Loss”. Marilyn led us in a series of exercises.

    Robbie led us in roll call. We had 18 weigh in today and we had a net loss of 1.4 lbs. There was a tie for best loser

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    Cards Of Thanks

    The Knights of Columbus, Council 13474, Stockton, thanks the citizens of Cedar County who donated so generously to the Knights Annual Tootsie Roll campaign for Children with Intellectual Disabilities.

    The generosity of the givers was overwhelming as well as their attitude of “helping their neighbors”. The Spirit was certainly in our midst this weekend.

    We want to thank Jason Woods and Jeff Witt, Managers of the El Dorado Springs and Stockton Woods stores, respectively, for allowing us to conduct our campaign at their locations.

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    National 4-H Week starting Oct. 4

    National 4-H Week, themed as “4-H Grows Here,” is Oct. 4 to Oct. 10 according to Janice Emery, 4-H youth development specialist with University of Missouri Extension.

    Best of all, enrollment for 4-H in Missouri is open online at: mo.4honline.com starting Oct. 1.

    “Many outstanding qualities emerge because of 4-H. Confidence, creativity, curiosity, and compassion are all positive youth development characteristics that have been proven to increase with 4-H involvement,” said Emery.

    People find 4-H

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    Union Hall 4-H Club

    Union Hall 4-H Club celebrating 4-H Sunday at Union Hall Baptist Church.

    Union Hall 4-H Club decorated the window for 4-H week. Thank you J.T. Jackson.

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    FCS financial recognized Osage River 4-H Club with a $500 grant for submitting one of 38 outstanding Shaping Rural Missouri grant applications. Grants were awarded to organizations with plans to complete a community improvement project by the end of the year. This is the fourth year FCS Financial has funded the Shaping Rural Missouri grants for 4-H clubs and FFA chapters. On May 26, FCS staff, Osage River 4-H members and leaders and Taberville Community Club members met at the Ward Schoolhouse in Taberville. FCS Financial staff

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    Macy's 4-H recognition story

    Hello, my name is Macy Stauffer. I like to spend time with my goats, shoot my bow, and do arts and crafts. My parents are Matthew and Rachel Stauffer. I have a younger brother named Marshal. We live on a farm in Cedar County where we raise cattle and sell farm-raised beef. I am 10 years old and in the third grade at El Dorado Springs Elementary School. This is my second year in 4-H. I chose to join 4-H because my mom, grandma, and a great aunt were all 4-H members growing up, and it

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    Glen Van Bummel's 4-H story

    My name is Glen Van Bummel. I am 14 years old and will be starting my eighth year in 4-H with the Union Hall 4-H Club. My experiences in 4-H have helped me become who I am today. I love animals. I have learned safety education for shooting sports and hunting. Hunting and fishing are two of my most favorite hobbies. I have exhibited livestock for 12 years. Yes since I was 2 years old I have been in a show ring exhibiting sheep and pigs. In my years of 4-H I have exhibited cattle and

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