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Twentieth Century Club news

by Lana Sue Jones Thirteen members of the Twentieth Century Club met on Nov. 14, in the home of Sandi Eaves with Sherry Wiseman serving as co-hostess. President Sandi Eaves called the meeting to order. The minutes of our last meeting and the treasure’s report were approved. The committee report were given and discussed. Lana

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

by: Linda Hall, Co-Leader TOPS 9319 Minutes November 22, 2016, meeting in the Church of Christ meeting room. Robbie opened our meeting and turned the floor over to Judy and Marie. We enjoyed their reading of, “Twas the Night of Thanksgiving.” Thanks ladies! Roll was taken and we had 21 weigh in. Angie was recognized

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Thank yous

I want to thank friends and family who honored me with an afternoon of gospel and country music. This reminded me of times when musicians gathered in our home and we played some of this same music. I especially want to thank musicians Paula Newman, Ginelle Esry, Donna Elliott and Wanda Casey for entertaining us.

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Providing information

LOW BACK PAIN Q:  I have pain in my lower back.  What can I do to feel better? A:  Low back pain is among the top five reason people seek health care.  Oftentimes, episodes of pain are a reflection of our inactivity and deconditioning…and then we ask our bodies to perform a task for which

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‘Sidewalk to the Future’ Phase II Update

Update The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce has collected just over $10,000 in pledges of the $44,000 needed for the “Sidewalk to the Future” Phase Two Project. Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jackson Tough mentioned, “We have a great start on collecting pledge signatures! Our deadline to have $44,000 pledged is Dec. 28 and

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SHE GIVES A FLIP

SHE GIVES A FLIP – Encouraged on by El Dorado Springs Mayor Brad True and Chamber of Commerce Director Jackson Tough, Chamber of Commerce President Toshua McCormick took the leap of faith Monday evening and flipped the switch sitting out in the middle of nowhere. Low and behold, Christmas lights immediately shown forth all over

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Gardening to distraction

                                               Ok, so which is it at your Thanksgiving gathering, pecan pie or pumpkin pie? In our family, it was pumpkin pie. Not that we had anything against pecans, it was just that

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ Sanctuary on Thursday, Nov. 1. Robbie opened the meeting and Kay led us in singing “A Healthy You”. Robbie led us in roll call. We had 27 weigh in today and the chapter had a 4.0 loss. Sheryl was the week’s best loser

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Providing information

ANTIBIOTIC OVERUSE FOR COMMON COLDS Q: I recently saw my healthcare provider with four days of sore throat, snotty nose and chest congestion.  He gave me an antibiotic.  Why am I not getting better? A: Your question is great and timely.  The vast majority of sore throats and head/chest congestion are caused by viruses.  Antibiotics

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New books at Cedar County Library

The Whistler by John Grisham – In this high suspense thriller, a follow-up to Rogue Lawyer, pits and unforgettable cast of characters against unexpected twists and turns. Sex, Lies and Serious Money by Stuart Woods – New York City cop-turned-Manhattan law firm rainmaker Stone Barrington tackles a high-suspense case. Escape Clause by John Sandford –

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