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    Remembering veterans
    Tuscumbia FFA members Sage Rush and Ethan Gregoire place a flag at the grave of a veteran buried at the Tuscumbia Cemetery Friday morning, May 26, for the Memorial Day holiday. The chapter performs the service for the community every year.
    A lengthy discussion ensued at Tuesday’s Eldon City Council meeting over a proposed ordinance that would require fences and other structures to be erected five feet inside a person’s property lines. If approved, the ordinance would not apply to existing structures.
    St. E Alumni meeting Saturday, May 27
    The St. Elizabeth Alumni Association will hold its annual banquet on Saturday, May 27, at the St. Elizabeth Community Center beginning at 6 p.m. A meal will be served followed by the business meeting.
    Photo workshop coming to Eldon Sept. 24-30
    Eldon will be the focus, literally, the week of Sept. 24-30, as 40 photographers from around the world will be in town for the annual Missouri Photo Workshop.
    Eldon UMC hosts one-day VBS June 17
    “Campout - Getting S’more of Jesus” is the theme of a one-day Vacation Bible School Saturday, June 17 at the Eldon United Methodist Church.
    Flag Day event planned at VFW Post 2442
    “As American as Ice Cream and Cherry Pie” is the theme of a Flag Day event at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 14 at Miller County VFW Post 2442.
    Rock and mineral show June 23-25 in Eldon
    “Minerals of the United States” is the theme of this year’s Osage Rock and Mineral Club gem, mineral and jewelry show Friday through Sunday, June 23-25, at the Eldon Community Center.
    Kids' fishing derby Saturday, June 17
    The Eldon Bassmasters will hold its 20th annual free kids’ fishing tournament from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 17, at the Randy Davis farm approximately five miles south of Eldon off of Highway Y. Participants are asked to arrive early for registration.
    BLAINE’S BULLETIN
    Earlier this week, thousands of police officers came to the United States Capitol to be recognized and honored by President Trump for all that they do on a daily basis to serve our country at the 36th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service. This year, we honored 394 individuals who join the over 20,000 men and women who gave up their lives in the line of duty. It was a wonderful gathering that reminds Americans from one corner of our nation to another that the men and women in blue put their lives on the line to save others without any hesitation.
    ROCKY MILLER’S CAPITOL CONNECTION
    As a junior member of the House of Representatives and during the era of term limits, it is very important to pass on your knowledge to others. My year was full of teaching and helping.
    Tom Hurst’s Capitol Report
    Session Is finally over
    Tom Hurst’s Capitol Report
    Session Is finally over
    ENON
    Sunday evening, May 14, David and Jane Jones attended a birthday party for their grandson Austin Roe, for his 16th birthday at the home of Tim and Donna Roe. The party was attended by extended family and many friends.
    MT. HERMAN AREA NEWS
    The children are out of school and ready to be entertained by grandparents or baby-sitters. Lots of graduations took place the last two weeks and these students will start a new chapter in their lives. I pray that each and every one of them make good decisions.
    Moss reunion
    scheduled
    The Moss family reunion will be Saturday, June 10, at the Brumley Lions Club Building in Brumley. Doors will open at 10 a.m. and lunch will be served at noon.
    Churches
    APTIST CHURCH
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker news
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker met Monday, May 22, at the Pulaski County Health Department, 101 12th St., Crocker, with Leader Randy presiding. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited The KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly) Pledge was said by Pauline, Joy, Gladys, Juanita, Nancy and Vernetia, followed by the TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Pledge.
    MARY’S HOME AREA NEWS
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evers, Debbie Schulte and Tom Evers attended the graduation of Tom Evers and Tami Evers’ son, Dr. Steven Evers and his fiancee Dr. Sahar Vahabzadeh from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Pharmacy School, May 12 in Kansas City, Mo.
    HIGH POINT AREA NEWS
    Sunday, May 28, at 2 p.m. will be memorial services at High Point Cemetery with Brother Glen Golden as the speaker.
    Eldon Aquatic Center opens Saturday
    The leak has been fixed, the pool is filled and the Eldon Aquatic Center will open this Saturday at noon.
    EPA says St. Elizabeth R-IV
    may test old playground soil
    The EPA has given the St. Elizabeth R-IV School District approval to have soil on the site of the former playground tested for presence of fuel products. Last year when excavations were done for the new ground source heating system for part of the school, a strong odor of petroleum was detected. The school board was informed of the EPA approval at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 17.
    Eldon Lions Club Follies Friday, June 2
    June is almost here, which means it’s time for the Eldon Lions Club Follies. The local service club will present its annual community showcase at 7 p.m. Friday, June 2 at the Eldon High School Performing arts Center. Tickets are available at the door for $5 apiece.
    AmVet Post to host
    Friday fish, chicken dinners
    Rocky Mount AmVets Post 108 is cooking up the fish and chicken this summer and wants you to join them starting this Friday.
    Music summer camp at Faithbridge Church
    Faithbridge Church on Hwy. 42 in Osage Beach will host a music summer camp June 19-23.
    Lake Regional hands out Beacon awards
    Lake Regional Health System has announced its 2017 Beacon Award winners. The recipients - Stacy Anstine, Dee Ballard, Tony Kauten, Necolle Mundy and Donna Scott - represent the Lake Regional values of patient-centered care, commitment to community, clinical excellence, service excellence and integrity. Beacon Award recipients are nominated anonymously by their peers and will be recognized at a reception held May 31.
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