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Circle C Birthday Bingo winners


Circle C Birthday Bingo winners
July 1-Cheyenne Honeycutte-M.  Spring
July 2-Bobby Johnson-Thayer
July 3-Vonda Moss-Glencoe
Calendar

May 2-Oct 17


EVERY SATURDAY  MAY 2ND THRU OCTOBER 17TH
MAMMOTH SPRING  MARKET ON MAIN FARMERS MARKET 8: AM TILL 2:00 PM.  NOW ACCEPTING  VENDOR APPLICATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION  OR FOR AN APPLICATION CALL:  ROSE PIERCE 870-955-0239 OR EVE JONES 417-270-0833 OR VISIT mammothspringmarketonmain95@yahoo.com
 

July 6-10


COME to Vacation Bible School July 6th – 10th from 8:00 a.m. to Noon in West Plains at First Baptist.   Ages 3 years through 6th grade are eligible to come to First Baptist Church West Plains MO, located at 202 Walnut St.  If you need a ride, please call the church office.  417-256-3128

July 6


Commonsense Property Rights Coalition to Meet to Discuss Common Core, Homeschooling The Common Sense Property Rights Coalition will meet Monday July 6 AT 6 pm at Fred’s Fish House   in Mammoth Springs according to board member Kevin Jotz. The main speaker of the evening will be Brandsville resident Karl Reid, author of a series of popular novels known as the Joseph books. Reid has studied Common Core and the modern educational system and home schooling and will be speaking on how to improve the education system.
The meeting will also include an update on the Oregon County property tax assessment, the state laws regulating the State Tax Commission, and how to file an appeal. Many citizens are concerned because their property tax assessments have gone up by 50% to 100%. State law mandates that any increase of more than 15% must be accompanied by a physical appraisal of the property For more information at 417-264-2435 or 417-270-1724.”

July 31st


CARTER COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SUMMER READING PROGRAM. THEME THIS YEAR “EVERY HERO HAS A STORY. FOR REGISTRATION OR MORE INFORMATION CALL 573-323-4515 OR VISIT WEB PAGE www.cartercountylibrarydistrict.com

September 26


The Child Advocacy Center is a tax exempt non-profit civic 501(c) 3 organization. Proceeds from the Celebrity Dinner benefit the South Central Child Advocacy Center. For more information on becoming a sponsor for this event, contact Kathy Smith at kathy@childadvocacycenter.org or (417) 831-2327.

 

 

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