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Gardening to distraction

Poinsettia Trivia So you can easily change the subject at your family dinner table over this Christmas holiday, here are some interesting facts about the Christmas “flower,” the Poinsettia: 1. The Poinsettia is not really a flower, it is a small tropical tree Euphorbia pulcherima, part of the spurge family. In their native habitat of

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Christmas with the Shaw family

We all got together on the Sunday before Christmas. There were two daughters out of three that are left out of 12 kids of the late Jake and Eula Shaw. One of the daughters could not make it. There were less of the grandkids and great-grandkids this year because of the weather but hope next

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TOPS hears how to avoid overeating

Jean had the program today. She spoke on a program from TOPS on how to handle not over eating at family get-togethers. We need to plan in advance, do more socializing rather than eating, offer to help clean up, wash dishes, instead of going back for seconds. Remember that food is only one part of

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Providing information

CAT SCRATCH Q: I got scratched by my cat.  Do I need to worry about it? A: Cat scratch disease is a bacterial infection that causes swelling and pain in the lymph nodes and loss of appetite.  You can get fever, headaches, and fatigue.  Usually it doesn’t appear for several days, but may last for

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TIFFIN BAPTIST WELCOMES NEW PASTOR

TIFFIN BAPTIST WELCOMES NEW PASTOR – Tiffin Baptist Church would like to welcome their new pastor, Joe Barker and wife, Connie. The Barkers come from Marshalltown, IA, and started here on Nov. 20. Mr. Barker has served as a pastor, leader of various specialty ministries and as a Director of Missions. We are excited for

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Cards of Thanks

Thank you to each and everyone for the prayers, cards, phone calls, text, flowers, food and every act of kindness given to our family during the loss of my sister, Debra Mann. Special thanks to Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home during this difficult time. It is greatly appreciated.  God bless. Kim, Quentin Goodman

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LCT WINTER PRODUCTION A SUCCESS

LCT WINTER PRODUCTION A SUCCESS – For the 18th time since the Lighthouse opened its doors, the Lighthouse Children’s Theatre Players lit up the stage for their winter production, “The Magical Land of Oz!” 30 students, age 3-16 performed brilliantly in front of capacity audiences on Dec. 2-3 on the stage of the FBC/FLC. Actors

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Gardening to distraction

Answering emails: Garden Gift Ideas “Do you have any gift suggestions for my wife? She’s a die hard gardener and has everything I can imagine…” – Patrick Hi Patrick, One of my favorite all-time Christmas gifts is a Missouri Department of Conservation Natural Events Calendar. Besides having major holiday dates for the upcoming year, the

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, Dec. 15. Kay led us in singing “Celery Sticks and Carrot Curls”. Marilyn awarded Susan her 25 lb. loss certificate. Robbie led us in roll call.  thirty-four weighed in today.  Sue and Verna tied for best loser of the

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El Dorado Springs Community Foundation

Greetings on behalf of the Board of El Dorado Springs Community Foundation, Kay Forest, Pauline Simone, Cathy Frier, Jack Reynolds, Dennis Daugherty, and Bill Rabe. We are reaching out to you with an opportunity to directly support the mission of the El Dorado Springs Community Foundation through a tax deductible, charitable contribution. • Our mission

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