Nicole Ottens from Diamond Pet Foods poses for a photo with Eldon K-9 officer Justin Romito and the city’s new police dog Thor. Diamond Pet Foods donated $20,000 to cover the cost of the dog and all training. (Photo by Tim Flora)
Thor introduced as new Eldon Police canine officer
An 80-pound German Shepherd named Thor stole the show at Tuesday’s Eldon City Council meeting as the city welcomed its new canine officer.
Sunday school attendance was 66 at Corticelli Baptist Church, with veterans recognized. Those in attendance were Bill Schaffner, Jeremy Amick, Charlie Allen, Michael Stockwell, Dean Parker and Larry Strobel.
Twenty-one attended Sunday school at Enon Baptist Church, with 32 in attendance for the morning worship service. Larry Farris gave the children’s message and led the intercessory prayer, and veterans were recognized.
Wednesday evening Betty Scrivner, Hazel Rea and Wilda Bogle were among those attending the Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer service at Cole Springs Baptist Church near Russellville. A meal was provided, and guest speaker was April Melvin from Mt. Pleasant Church in Hartsburg.
It’s the sale before the sale. The Rocky Mount Lions Club and Rusty Bucket Acres will host a pre-Black Friday Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Rocky Mount Lions Community Center.
Now in it’s 32nd year, the Lake Area Community Orchestra will hold a series of free winter concerts starting Sunday, Dec. 1. All concerts are at 7 p.m. except for the one at Eldon First Baptist Church, which begins at 7:30 p.m.
The University of Missouri Extension of Miller County and the Eldon Area Chamber of Commerce are seeking individuals who are interested in learning more about our community, expanding leadership skills and networking with other area residents.