The new slate of officers was inducted at the May 16 meeting of Elizabeth Carey Chapter NSDAR. (From left back row) Carol Hackney-Corresponding Secretary, Dorothy Palmer-Recording, Lynda Bishop-Treasurer, Nancy Thompson-Registrar, Betty Plush-Historian and Marty Patton-Librarian; (front row) Linda Mitchell-Regent, Heather Brown-Vice Regent and Valo Jones-Chaplain.
Royal Neighbors, pictured with Amanda Schiereck, CCMH Emergency Department Manager, generously donated stuffed animals for young patients who are seen in the Emergency Department at Cedar County Memorial Hospital.
Cedar County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) celebrated National Hospital Week, May 8-14, with a variety of activities. The theme of National Hospital Week 2016 was, “Health care from the Heart”. CCMH staff members started the week by asking employees to nominate the co-worker they felt had the biggest heart. All the entries were put into a
Jan. 15, 2015, Checking account balance $6,514.50 Violet Adamson (donation) $60 Ed Morlan (donation) $50 Interest from CDs $246.11 Interest from now account $7.30 Dustin Eason – mowing -$2,500 Jan. 8 2016, End balance $1,548.95 Donald and Roberta Oder (donation) $500 Memory of Addie Brown (donation) $50 By C. Joe Bush, Rebecca Cooper, Thomas Delancey
On Saturday, May 28,2016, the Union Point Cemetery yearly meeting was held. The meeting was called to order with 11 present. Among those present were: J.C. Marshall, president, Kristi Toliver treasurer, Nora Chaney, board member and Buell Cochran board member. It was agreed Buell Cochran would continue to mow the cemetery. Nora Chancy resigned as
This week we, as a nation, observed Memorial Day. We traveled to the burial sites of our departed loved ones and placed flowers on their graves and spent a bit of time in remembrance of them. Or maybe we took advantage of the big “Memorial Day Sale,” or celebrated by having family bar-b-que. That is
Editor: Thank you for providing me with a modicum of grace, and not publishing my first response. It shows a true integrity and character and is greatly appreciated. You are correct in your response to my first letter that there have been some improvements to ElDo, but I regret that you missed the true nature
I received your letter on Memorial Day. Thank you for your military service. Please forgive me for not buying the one-foot in the grave scenario you keep preaching for El Dorado Springs. For two weeks in a row you’ve mentioned the failures of the past, the lack of leadership in years gone by and by
Editor: I am very sorry for the recent death of the little girl involved in the barrel racing. But my second thoughts are with the horse who must have been literally driven to it’s own early demise by an ambitious rider. We need to take a moment to remember the animal. I send my prayers
After closing its doors more than two summers ago, Camp Galilee will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand re-opening of the facility on Saturday, June 4. In September 2014, Camp Galilee, which had been an active and popular rustic youth camp for more than 50 years, was closed by the Missouri Conference of