On My Own, Inc. is the non-residential Independent Living Center serving Bates, Cedar, Hickory, St. Clair and Vernon Counties., Each year On Mt Own, Inc, offers scholarships to students in these five counties. 2020 El Dorado Springs High School graduate Kenley Widener received at $500 scholarship from On My Own, Inc. Kenley will attend Crowder
The El Dorado Springs Progress Club awarded a $500 scholarship to El Dorado Springs graduate Austin Rieder, the son of Aaron and Julie Rieder. Austin plans to attend Ft.Scott Community College in the fall majoring in agriculture. Progress Cub wants to thank the people who supported the annual recycle memorial flowers sales. This is how
Each year the 54 Cruisers award three scholarships to seniors living in the Cedar/Vernon County area or to children or grand-children of club members. We are pleased to announce the three recipients who will attend college this fall. Payton Zartman, son of Ron and Susan Zartman and grandson of Ralph and Wilma Zartman, will attend
Brayden Housh and Allison Snodgrass were the recipients of the $500 scholarships awarded by the El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce at the Annual Chamber meeting on June12 in the Park. Pictured are (from left) Chamber VP Heather Brown, Snodgrass, Housh, Debbie Floyd and Vicki Hillsman. Brown, Floyd and Hillsman were on the selection committee.
All four* of Earl and Melva Pellegrin’s grandchildren attended the El Dorado Springs Prom on Saturday, June 6. They are: (back row from left) Senior Ambrosia Nations, *2017 graduate Blaze Pierce, *Senior Talon Pellegrin, Junior Steven Ott, *Junior Zoey Pellegrin: (front row from left) 2019 graduate Amy Lutz and*Senior Reece Pellegrin.
The El Dorado Springs School Board recognized the following at the regular school board meeting on June 11. (From left) Tracy Lanser (Elementary Principal) -34 years, Sharon Newman – 25 years, Linda Perrodin – 13 years, Jeanne Mark – 11 years, and Becky Cooper – 25 years. Phillip Martin ( not Present) – 16 1⁄2
Kaylee Lower is a 9th year Cedar County 4-H member. She is a member is the Osage River 4-H Club. She says, “My favorite thing about being a Cedar County 4-H member is having the opportunity to interact with fellow 4-H members at club meetings, council county meetings, and livestock shows. Throughout my time in
The Children’s Trust Fund (CTF) Board of Directors recently awarded $155,442 in COVID-19 Relief Funding to fifteen (15) of its current child abuse prevention grantees. El Dorado Springs R-2 School District’s Parents as Teachers Program was one of the awarded programs. Our PAT program received a $7,000 COVID Relief grant from CTF. Pictured left to
6th Grade Gabrielle Boch Lela Brown Karson Burley Brooklyn Coale Lainey Dody Avery Keith Alora Long McKinli Mays Sage McCullough Kalen Post Tatum Quinlan Kyra Roberts Braylie Steward Brayden Stonebraker Wyatt Wilkinson 7th Grade Brett Alexander Aidan Baldwin-Rotert Justin Barnett Daiten Bender Zoey Burns Alexis Collins Alexia DeMint Hali Doherty Clara Farran Madison Fast Avery
PROGRESS CLUB MAKES DONATION – The Progress Club of El Dorado Springs, Missouri, presented Mrs. Kelly Bryson a check for $500 which was deposited into the Friends of Travis Bryson Scoreboard Fund. The Progress Club Vice President, Mrs. Becky Gazaway, not only shared the thoughtful donation; she also mentioned a few heartwarming memories of Mrs.