Community

Fire report for week of Sept. 12

On Monday, Sept. 13, at 10:40 a.m. the fire chief responded to a location on County Rd. 1000, south of town to collect and destroy some old road flares. On Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 6:20 p.m. the fire chief was dispatched to an apartment on N. Main St. to an electrical short circuit. The chief

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Miller/ Boultinghouse reunion meets

The Miller/Boultinghouse reunion has met for the past 45 years consecutively. Attendees were: Don and Karen Boultinghouse, Kade Collins, Mike Boultinghouse, Miley Boultinghouse, Karen Keith, Roy Boultinghouse, Zack Boultinghouse, Gregg Fast, Felicia and Johann Deklein, Charles and Carol Boultinghouse, Mike and Deb Swirynski, Josh and Tara Berning, Margaret and Tom Gough, Wade, Michaela and Silas

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Care Connection observes Falls Prevention Awareness Week

Care Connection for Aging Services will observe Falls Prevention Awareness Week from Sept. 20 to 25 with a new online tool to help older adults in West Central Missouri stay falls free. Care Connection, which operates 20  senior centers in 13 counties, is committed to empowering older adults to reduce their risk of a fall

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Tri-County Quilt Club news

Tri-County quilt Club met Sept. 13, at Rockville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall for the regular meeting.  Evonne Andersen conducted the meeting with ten ladies present at 1:30 p.m. Elections were held by Mary McCleod president, Vice Present Pam Walker, Marge Zink secretary. Newley elected -President-Mary McCleod conducted the meeting. Show and tell were by

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Thank You from the Sept. 9, CBCO Blood Drive

Thank you to all who came to donate blood at the El Dorado Springs Church of Christ on Thursday, September 9th. The folks at the Blood Drive had extended hours due to the blood shortage and our goal was to collect 40 units. Our community turned out during this busy time to support the CBCO

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TOPS celebrates Warren and Linda H birthdays

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, 1300 S Summer St, El Dorado Springs, Mo on Thursday September 16, 2021 for their weekly weigh in and meeting. Linda Hall, Leader, called the meeting to order. Ray led us in singing “Eating Fewer Calories” We said our TOPS and

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61st ANNUAL BLACK WALNUT FESTIVAL

September 23-25 Stockton City Park SCHEDULE OF EVENTS   Thursday, Sept. 23 9:00 am-10:00 am Black Walnut Contest Judging (Hammons Products) *Nuts must be turned in to Hammons Products by 5 pm on Wednesday Questions- 417-276-5181 11:00 am-7:00 pm Community Quilt Show-Community Building 12:00 pm Opening Ceremony, Park Entrance, High School Band 12:30 pm Stockton

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CELEBRATING 72 YEARS

Gene and Dorothy Dale celebrated their 72nd anniversary and  Dorothy’s 92nd birthday earlier this month.  Gene was 96 in July. They celebrated with a single candle stuck in a potato. (Gene is looking on hoping she doesn’t drink that beer.) Gene is a veteran of WWII.

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54 Cruisers Hand Out $$$$$

  MONEY TO PLAY WITH -Jodi and David Cauthon presented the El Dorado Springs PTO a check for $300 to be used for new playground equipment. Pictured are President Kali Collins, Secretary Kayla Loyd, the Cauthons, treasurer Melissa Keightley and Vice President Amber Gades. MONEY TO BURN – 54 Cruiser Club President Turner Fugate presented

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DAR promotes Constitution Week: Sept. 17-23

The National Society Daughter of the American Revolution urges Americans to reflect on the United States Constitution during this month’s annual observance in honor of this foundational document of national governance. “There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: the Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity and the United States Constitution,

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