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Blood Drive May 5 at IHM


Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in New Melle will host a blood drive for Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center on Tuesday, May 5, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Founders Hall. Blood supplies typically get low during the warm weather months, so please give if you can.


Letter To the Editor Re: Emmaus Marthasville Campus


As a parent of a resident living on the Emmaus Marthasville I am concerned.  As you may have read, Emmaus Administration plans to close this facility.  My son has been there for 12 years and this is now his home.  Some of these residents have been there as long as 50 years.  To force them from the home and away from the family and friends they now have is just cruel.

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Letter To the Editor Re: Emmaus Marthasville Campus


As a parent of a resident living on the Emmaus Marthasville I am concerned.  As you may have read, Emmaus Administration plans to close this facility.  My son has been there for 12 years and this is now his home.  Some of these residents have been there as long as 50 years.  To force them from the home and away from the family and friends they now have is just cruel.

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Spring clean your finances


Source: Andrew Zumwalt, 573-884-1690

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Spring cleaning isn’t just a rite for your home. It’s also a good time for airing out your household finances, says Andrew Zumwalt, University of Missouri Extension personal finance specialist.

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Be safe with electricity this spring


Cuivre River Electric Cooperative reminds area residents to be aware of the dangers of electricity while working outdoors this spring. Cuivre River Safety Coordinator Doug Bagby stresses, “Play it safe with electricity. Accidents involving power lines usually happen when someone doesn’t take the time to look up and observe the whole situation. Take time to educate younger or less experienced workers to avoid potential hazards when working.”

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Spring Vendor and Craft Fair May 2


The Wentzville Community Club will host a Spring Vendor and Craft Fair on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over seventy vendors are expected,with booths indoors and outdoors featuring a wide variety of products from direct sales consultants, artisans, crafters and local businesses.  Admission is free. The Blue Pitcher Cafe will be open during the event. The Wentzville Community Club is located at 500 West Main Street in Wentzville, MO 63385. For more information, call 314-348-6960.