Basic Event Planning Steps for the Neighborhood

So you volunteered to plan the neighborhood July 4th parade, but you have no idea how to start? Do not panic. Here are some basic steps on how to plan an event. Follow these steps – and apply some elbow grease and time — and you should have an event that leaves your attendees ready

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TEACH AG DAY

Thursday, Sept. 16 was National Teach Ag Day and the El Dorado Springs FFA Chapter took that opportunity to take a field trip! -and show our members many different opportunities in agriculture. The chapter travelled to MWI to learn about the welding industry, Heritage Tractor to learn about agriculture mechanics, Lamar Greenhouse to learn about

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STUDENT COUNCIL AT ECS

The El Dorado Christian School Student Council has a busy 2021-22 schedule that is packed with exciting events and they are ready to get started.  Beginning in September, they will host, “See You At The Pole” Christian Day of prayer; followed by Ministry/Encouragement, Christmas Parade, Courtwarming Festivities, and much more.  You can follow ECS StuCo

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NEVC REGION III OFFICERS

Northeast Vernon County is pleased to have three of the Region 11 officers from their school. Yesterday NEVC attended the Region 11 Officer Workshops in Carthage. Charity Middleton (at the mic) is the State Officer of Community Service.  She presented two sessions on recognizing your leadership qualities. Emma Bruce (far right) is the Vice President

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MDC celebrates birthday of two headed snake

The Missouri Department of Conservation held a special birthday celebration Saturday for a unique reptile. Saturday marked the fourth birthday of the two-headed snake known as “Tiger-Lily.” MDC held a celebration at the Shepherd of the Hills Conservation Center in Branson, offering family-fun activities, games, crafts, and a chance to pet some snakes. “Tiger-Lily” was

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Bulldogs find success on the road

Week 7 of the high school football season took your hometown Bulldogs north to visit the Marksmen of Sherwood. It was also an Ozark Highlands conference battle with both teams seeking their first victories in conference play. Eldo came out victorious 28-16. Coach Beckner stated, “Always celebrate a victory. We say it all the time,

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Flatheads biting in Osage

Taberville Report By Bobby Dains Dains Fish Farm Fishing is pretty good. They are still catching all the fish they want. They are getting tired of cleaning fish, Mostly flatheads. They are baiting with perch, bullheads, shad, carp. I’ve seen several 50 lb. fish, 40, 30 and 25 flatheads. They are fishing up and down

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NFL ran a marathon on Sunday

By: Grant Gorden Across two continents, four time zones and 14 games, the league’s Week 5 Sunday was the longest day of NFL football in the last 50 years, per NFL Research. From kickoff in London for the Atlanta Falcons’ win over the New York Jets to the end of the Buffalo Bills’ victory against

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TOPS: Get your mind set on a healthier lifestyle

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, 1300 S. Summer St, El Dorado Springs on Thursday, Oct. 7, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Linda Hall, Leader, called the meeting to order. Carol led us in singing “A TOPS Club Clover” We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges.

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