by Beverly Sullins, alumni president Rich Hill’s annual alumni banquet was held on Saturday evening at the new Community Dome. Approximately 160 people attended. Our theme this year was “RHHS The Heart of Our Education.” Tables were decorated with crape paper, arrangements in glass bowls with hearts, programs with streamers all in our school colors
OATS, Inc., was named the 2016 Rural Community Transportation System of the Year by the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) at its annual Awards Banquet, held this year in Portland, OR, on May 25. The system was recognized for its efforts in improving service to its passengers and serving the community. The award, presented
We wish to thank all for the cards, letters, visits and phone calls to wish Norma and me a happy 68th wedding anniversary which was Sunday June 5. Thank you. Orville and Norma Taylor A great big thank you to all who spent time at Clintonville Cemetery receiving donations. Thank you to all who donated.
TOPS Chapter 0319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, June 2. We welcomed our Leader, Robbie, back after an eight-week illness. She is not 100% yet but on the way to recovery. Kay led us in singing, “We’ll Lose Weight”. We said our pledges and Robbie led us
$100 – Shirley Lynn, Lorene Kennon, Tim and Peggy Carter, Forrest and Sally Troyer, Glen H Jones, Delbert Bausch family and Timothy Carter. $75 – Jerry and Carleen Brackenridge $50 – Leona Bland, Pauline Hlavacek, Ettamae and Rowland Mays, James and Judy Brackenridge, George and Vera Hunt, Vera Whitesell, John and Edith Koger, Winnie Burrow,
The new slate of officers was inducted at the May 16 meeting of Elizabeth Carey Chapter NSDAR. (From left back row) Carol Hackney-Corresponding Secretary, Dorothy Palmer-Recording, Lynda Bishop-Treasurer, Nancy Thompson-Registrar, Betty Plush-Historian and Marty Patton-Librarian; (front row) Linda Mitchell-Regent, Heather Brown-Vice Regent and Valo Jones-Chaplain.
Royal Neighbors, pictured with Amanda Schiereck, CCMH Emergency Department Manager, generously donated stuffed animals for young patients who are seen in the Emergency Department at Cedar County Memorial Hospital.
Cedar County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) celebrated National Hospital Week, May 8-14, with a variety of activities. The theme of National Hospital Week 2016 was, “Health care from the Heart”. CCMH staff members started the week by asking employees to nominate the co-worker they felt had the biggest heart. All the entries were put into a
Jan. 15, 2015, Checking account balance $6,514.50 Violet Adamson (donation) $60 Ed Morlan (donation) $50 Interest from CDs $246.11 Interest from now account $7.30 Dustin Eason – mowing -$2,500 Jan. 8 2016, End balance $1,548.95 Donald and Roberta Oder (donation) $500 Memory of Addie Brown (donation) $50 By C. Joe Bush, Rebecca Cooper, Thomas Delancey
On Saturday, May 28,2016, the Union Point Cemetery yearly meeting was held. The meeting was called to order with 11 present. Among those present were: J.C. Marshall, president, Kristi Toliver treasurer, Nora Chaney, board member and Buell Cochran board member. It was agreed Buell Cochran would continue to mow the cemetery. Nora Chancy resigned as