Community

Weightloss helps improve better quality of life

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, 1300 S Summer St, El Dorado Springs on Thursday, March 17, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Linda Hall, Leader called the meeting to order. Carol led us in singing “T-O-P-S  K-O-P-S” We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges. Linda H

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Twilight Gardeners Garden Club report

Seven members met on March 16, at the home of Carolyn West. The meeting was called to order by President Ursula Fuller and the group recited the Club collect. For roll call each member was to share her favorite St. Patrick’s Day tradition. The minutes of the February meeting were read and approved as read.

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Twentieth Century Club meets for the first time since the pandemic

Submitted by Lana Sue Jones Our first meeting in a year, due to the virus, was held at the home of Georgia Detwiler who served as hostess and co-hostess on March 8, with eight members present. Georgia, president, called the meeting to order. The minutes and treasurers report were given. Old business was a discussion

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Stork Report

Davis and Erica Long of El Dorado Springs are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Nash Wilder Long, born at 11:56 a.m. Tuesday, March 9, 2021, in Nevada Regional Medical Center. He joins his older brother, Ben and his older sister Reese. Grandparents are Kenneth and Kimball Long of El Dorado Springs, David

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A LONG STAY AT THE HOSPITAL

A retirement party was held for Terri Heitz on March 12, 2021 in the Hospital classroom. Terri has been employed at CCMH since Nov. 22, 1976. In her role as our Social Services Designee, she served as a patient advocate by coordinating discharge planning, played an active role in our Swing Bed program, and always

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NRMC to Host Phase 1B-Tier 3 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) will host a mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic Tuesday, March 16 at the Nevada Community Center located at 200 N. Ash Street. The hospital has pivoted from utilizing a waiting list to an online self-scheduling tool for this and any future COVID-19 mass vaccine clinics. Recently, the State of Missouri announced

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CCMH continues COVID-19 vaccine sign-ups

Cedar County Memorial Hospital is continuing to receive names for the COVID-19 Moderna (two shot) vaccine and sign-ups are now available for the newest tier opening March 15, 2021 which includes the following: Education, Childcare, Communications Infrastructure, Dams Sector, Energy Sector, Food and Agriculture Sector, Government, Information Technology, Nuclear Reactor Sector, Transportation Systems and Water

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CMH updates visitor guidelines

Citizens Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announce updates to the visitor policy guidelines and requirements. Effective March 15, inpatients without suspected or confirmed COVID-19, may have two visitors. Patients at the following locations may also have two visitors/support persons: Emergency Department, The Birth Place, Douglas Medical Center, Outpatient Surgery Center and Clinics.

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Picnic booth space available

2021 booth space applications were mailed or emailed all past vendors.  If you still need an application, please contact Judi, 417-876-2691 or City Hall, 417-876-2521 and we will gladly get one to you.  We sell approximately 1,000 feet of space each year lining Main Street and Spring Street with vendors (local and commercial, out of

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Entertainers wanted

The El Dorado Springs Picnic Committee would like to invite local entertainers to apply for the scheduled openings for the Picnic.  The picnic will be July 22-24.  Openings are approximately 30 minutes.  The picnic committee will make the final decision of time allotment, depending on the schedule.  We are also looking for a band to

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