TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the United Methodist Church, 201 E Broadway on Thursday, Oct. 31, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Leader Susan opened the meeting with the TOPS and KOPS Pledges Carol led us in singing “Trick Or Treating.” Twenty weighed in today. The chapter had
The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Spring City Spooktacular on Halloween, Oct. 31, was a spectacular event offering a safe trick- or -treating space for 350 – 400 pint-sized ghosts, ghouls and goblins and their parents. Over 20 businesses and organizations handed out candy, and other goodies, treat bags, lighted zipper pulls, cider and
SIX NEW LIONS INDUCTED – District Governor,Toni Morris, from Lebanon Host Lions Club, inducted six new members to the El Dorado Springs Lions Club. From left – Lisa Burkdoll, Jim McCrary,Cory Barton, Megan Barton (holding future Lion Regan Barton), Frank Lambrecht and Ida Lambrecht. A big welcome to our new members.
Cedar County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) is conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment and needs your participation. This assessment, which is a requirement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will provide information that will be used to assess and improve local access and delivery of health-related services. The assessment process includes a community survey
OATS Transit, a Missouri based not-for-profit transportation provider, announced today that it has received a grant from Community Foundation of the Ozarks- Truman Lake Affiliate Grantmaking Program totaling $5,000. The grant award was presented at their fall meeting in Clinton MO. OATS Transit Driver Donna Chism was presented the check by Ryan Cook from the
At its Sept. 16 meeting, the Ceddar County Ambulance Board appointed Robert Graves to the vacancy left by the resignation of John Wilson. Board members present were Evelyn Boyle, Nadine Sinclair, Keith Kosko, Diania Johnson and Rusty Norval – presiding. Kalena Kenney gave the financial report which was approved. Tom Ryan gave his manager’s report
GFWC GENERATION III CELEBRATES 40 YEARS – Members of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Generation III gathered Thursday evening to celebrate the anniversary marking forty years of community service. The group was organized and federated in October of 1979 and is dedicated and committed to improving their local community as well as the world.
by Jackson Tough This is the week! Get signed-up for the Spring City Spooktacular. We need our members to help make this a successful event for our community’s youth. We can’t do it without your participation. And we would like to publicly thank each participating business/organization so please let us know this week. From our
TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the United Methodist Church, 201 E Broadway on Thursday, Oct. 17, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Leader Susan opened the meeting with the TOPS & KOPS Pledges Kay led us in singing “On Top Of My Body.” Susan led us in Roll
The Cedar County Cattlemen met on Oct. 4 at the Land O’ Lakes Youth Fairgrounds in El Dorado Springs. The evening started with a presentation by the Missouri Beef Industry Council on the Mo’ Beef for More Kids school lunch initiative. The sponsor and speaker for the evening was Mike Richner, Premier (Missouri) Livestock Supplements