Mark your calendars for Oct. 1 for the annual Fall Festival at Living Waters Ranch just southwest of Osceola. The festival is a free day for families to come out to the ranch and enjoy MANY outdoor activities. Hours of the festival will be 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be something for everyone.
Black walnut as an orchard crop. Hammons Products Company Headquarters, 414 North St. Stockton, MO 65785 Friday, Sept. 16, from 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. Hosted by Hammons Products Company and the Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri, the event will focus on establishment, management and economic consid- erations for black walnuts as an
Big ball games are scheduled again this year for Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Eagles. Last year the games raised over $1,000 for the R-II School’s back pack program. The games are supported by the Eagles Aerie#4279, the Auxiliary and El Dorado Springs area businesses. Team fee is $25. Please contact Jerl Leonard at 876-6108
The Pembroke Hill Raiders used a late 4th quarter score to edge the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs on Friday night by a score of 14-6. Pembroke Hill started the game off on offense, and with the help of 15 yards worth of penalties by the Bulldogs, marched down the field to take a 6-0 lead
TNT KARATE TOURNAMENT – On Saturday, Aug. 13, students from Van Dyk’s Karate representing the SWAT Karate Team traveled to Oklahoma City, OK, to compete in the TNT Blowout Karate Tournament. Mason Gardner and teammate Hunter Malensek both competed in the Youth 10-11 Novice Division. They compete hard against some good and talented competition. Mason
It was an educational week for the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs as they faced extremely tough competition all week and weekend. Head Coach Ashley Rogers told the Sun, “We are currently 2-4. We lost to Osceola in two hard fought matches on Thursday.” “We traveled to the Branson Tournament on Saturday. We played Fort Zumwalt
• Thursday was a great day for Tailor Hutsell, as Hutsell tossed a shutout to carry the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity to an 11-0 victory over Buffalo in six innings. • The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity’s Hutsell kept Buffalo off the scoreboard for all six innings she was in the circle. She pitched
• The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity beat Nevada 6-3 in seven innings on Monday in Nevada behind Breanna Rhoads, who collected three hits. • Tailor Hutsell struck out 10 hitters en route to the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity win. Hutsell allowed two earned runs on two hits and three walks over seven innings.
PULLING FOR ELDO – Some 1,000 attended the Missouri State Truck and Tractor Pull Association event Saturday evening at the Land-O-Lakes Fairgrounds. The pulls were supposed to start at 7 p.m. but it took the track tractors furnished by J Beaty Farm Equipment, Crownpower, Heartland Equipment, S&H Farm Supply, Trash Dumpsters WCA and Legacy Farm
Tabervile Report by Linda McCallister Dains Fish Farm A guy is trotlining in the south lake at Schell-Osage catching channel up to 8 and 9 lbs. He started with with brown carp, perch and cut shad. He came back today and got 4 1⁄2 lbs. of brown carp. They are catching crappie in the south