A fun summer program for youth 6 to 15 years old. Kids will learn how to prepare simple, healthy meals and snacks they can make for themselves or their family Kids will receive kid-friendly handouts that include recipes and tips for how to safely use kitchen equipment Join Us for Kids in the Kitchen El
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites turkey hunters, landowners and managers interested in wild turkeys, and others to join its Wild Webcast on “Wild Turkeys in Missouri: Population Trends and MDC Management” on Tuesday, June 29, at noon. MDC Wild Turkey Biologist Reina Tyl will discuss factors that have contributed to Missouri wild turkey
The EHS Class of ’53 is planning their 68th Class Reunion for Saturday, July 24, 2021 from 2 to 4 pm at the C of C Office, Cor. Hwys 54 & 32, El Dorado Springs. They are inviting their own class members as well as those from the classes of ’50 thru ‘55. This will be a
The El Dorado Springs Class of 1966 will have their 55th class reunion starting at 11 am. Saturday, July 24, at the home of Mark and Rhonda (Alexander) Boch. Spouses or guests are invited as well. We will serve a fried chicken dinner, dessert and drink (no alcohol) and are asking just for a donation.
Nature Made Gardens, 200 W Hwy. 54 #3 in El Dorado Springs, will be closed June 5 – July 11. The building will be in use by B&D Fireworks. It will re-open on Monday, July 12. During that time owner Angela Kenney will harvest and prepare great products for her community.
The Welch-Gerster annual reunion will be held June 13, in the El Dorado Springs Civic Center. Bring a covered dish and plan to eat around 12:30. Hope to see you there.
A tent revival will start at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, June 7, in Collins at the Danny Shoemaker place behind the old school. Preaching by Bobby Budd – 417/876-7478 and Case Jones 417/733-5158. Everyone is invited
It has come to the attention of the management team at Cedar County Memorial Hospital that some misinformation was recently circulated regarding a SCAM ALERT notification involving billing issues at the hospital and providing a 1-800-number to call. This information and the related 1-800-number are indeed legitimate as the hospital does utilize an extended off-site
The Cedar County Library is excited to start offering some adult programming here at the Stockton branch of the Cedar County Library. We hope for many, many more! If you know of anyone that is interested in helping lead some programming, please have them contact Elaina Daniels. The first program will have a three-class series
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missourians interested in hunting elk in the state this fall to apply during May for one of five available permits. At least one permit will be for approved area landowners with qualifying property and the remainder for the general public. MDC has designated a nine-day archery portion running