After 10 years and a million pounds of food distributed to the hungry in El Dorado Springs, the Church of Christ Food Pantry is turning its service over to the Ministerial Alliance. To each person who has volunteered time, collected Best Choice labels, donated money and/or food, we sincerely thank you. We want to thank
Tops Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the United Methodist Church, 201 E Broadway on Thursday, June 25, for their first weekly weigh-in and meeting since March 5. Leader, Susan led us in our TOPS & KOPS pledges. Carol led us in singing “It’s Time To Face The Scale.” Marble Game: Laura won the
While Wilbur Charbonneau (right) celebrates a little early, Zach and Margaret Charbonneau help Barbara Wallen celebrate with the Rocket that graced Wilbur’s Fireworks at his location on Hwy 54 West. For 50 years Wilbur sold fireworks in this area. Now the rocket is carrying on its own tradition at B&D fireworks at 200 W. Hwy.
Wrath of Poseidon by Clive Cussler, The 20th victim by James Patterson, The Goodby Man by Jeffery Deaver, Bombshell by Stuart Woods, If It Bleeds by Stephen King, The Last Trial by Scott Turow, Seeing Darkness by Heather Graham, Fair Warning by Michael Connelly, The Summer House by James Patterson, Hush by James Patterson, Credible
Happy 71st anniversary Bernard and Velma Bobbett. Love from all the kids!
Roy and Marvelene Dennis are celebrating their seventieth wedding anniversary. Roy Dennis and Marvelene Brown were married on July 8, 1950, in Eureka Springs, AR. They are long-time residents of El Dorado Springs, where they raised their two sons, Denny and Danny. Roy retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 1985 and Marvelene from Sac
Rep Warren Love, presented the El Dorado Springs Municipal Band with a resolution from the Missouri House of Representatives commemorating their 135 years of playing concerts in the Park. The framed resolution was received by Band Conductor Gary Hardison and Manager Teri Biddlecome.
El Dorado Springs Municipal Band Program Many members of the community turned out to hear the special concert in memory of Lillian Sunderwirth last Saturday evening and the special numbers we played to celebrate all fathers for Father’s Day. It is always fun to play when a crowd shows up, so “THANK YOU, BAND FANS.”
The Cedar County Ambulance Board met Monday, June 15, in the district headquarters at 19 Englewood, Stockton, with all members present except one, Robert Graves. Present were Rusty Noval – chairman, Nadine Sinclair – vice chairman, Keith Kosco – sec/treasurer, Evelyn Boyle and Diana Johnson. CPA Kalena Bruce presented the financial report for May. She
The Missouri Secretary of State, John R. Ashcroft, and the Missouri State Librarian, Robin Westphal, are pleased to announce that Cedar County Library has been approved for a federally funded CARES Act Grant of $4,810. This grant will enable the library to purchase five public access computers for the Stockton Branch and two laptops to