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CENTRAL CROSSING SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS

DUE BY Friday, April 20th for week of (Apr. 25-May 2

IMMUNIZATIONS (SHOTS)

Central Crossing Senior Center…All Ages Welcome

Speaker: Susan Rausch

From Oxford Health

Wednesday, April 25th 11:45

WIC

Women, Infants, & Children

Central Crossing Senior Center

Wednesday, April 25th

Please call for an appointment

417-847-2114

HEARING WELLNESS SOLUTIONS

Central Crossing Senior Center…All Ages Welcome

Candace will be here for free hearing test,

Ear inspection for wax, hearing aid cleaning etc.

Tuesday, May 2nd 10:00-12:30

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Garage and Plant Sale for the Dogwood Trail Garden Club, Shell Knob

This is a special sale! One of my favorites! If you love plants and finding odd pieces of stuff for your yard,  you do not want to miss this event Friday and Saturday April 27 and 28.  Friday the sale will be 8-5 and Saturday 8-11.  So get out early.  This year they have a unique collection of Lenten Roses, Toad Lilies, Day lilies, Black Tomatoes, Hostas, Fountain Grass, Moon Flowers, House Plants and much more.

One of the nicest part of this unique event is that the ladies are actual gardeners and can give advice if you ask for it.  We all need information  on how to care for them. 

 

 

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Multi-Species Fishing Tournament

Multi-Species Fishing Tournament written by Clyde Lobb

    The third annual multi-species fishing tournament on Table Rock Lake, sponsored by the Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2018. This is a fun tournament designed for all fishing abilities and ages. Entrants are encouraged to fish with family members or friends. A multi-species tournament is a different type of event intended to attract anglers with interest in the many different species of game fish available on Table Rock Lake.

    The take-off and “measure-in” will be held at Kings River Marina south of Shell Knob. Take-off is at 8:00 am and the measure-in will be at the marina at 2:00 pm. Once registered, two-member teams can fish from boats anywhere on Table Rock. The entry fee is $40.00 per team. There is also an optional 100% payback longest fish pot. Cash prizes will be awarded for the first and second place teams. There will be a drawing after the measure-in for several valuable prizes donated by area businesses.

    Species included in the tournament are black bass, white bass, walleye, catfish, crappie and panfish. There is a limited number of fish that can be measured for each species. Winners will be determined by the total length of fish presented at the measure-in. There will be a special award for any team presenting a legal fish from each of the six species categories.

    Registration forms are available at the Shell Knob Chamber office, at area businesses and www.shellknob.com. All tournament rules are included on the registration form.

    What might win this tournament- one big catfish, some nice bass, or several panfish? The only way to know is to enter and fish for everything Table Rock has to offer. Spectators are welcome to enjoy the “measure-in” at Kings River Marina on Saturday, May 19 at 2:00 pm.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS – LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS – LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT

700 West Capitol, Little Rock, AR  72201

http://www.swl.usace.army.mil/Media/NewsReleases.aspx

NEWS RELEASE

Table Rock Lake Parks Open and Dewey Short Visitor Center Announces April Programs

BRANSON, Mo. – The Army Corps of Engineers opened six of its recreation areas on Table Rock Lake April 1. These parks included Campbell Point, Cape Fair, Cricket Creek, Mill Creek, Old Highway 86, and Indian Point.

Aunts Creek, Baxter, Big M, Eagle Rock, and Viola parks will open May 1.  Moonshine Beach, which is a day-use only area, will open May 15.

Site specific camping and picnic shelter reservations for Table Rock Lake recreation areas can be made through the National Recreation Reservation Service by calling toll free 1-877-444-6777 or visiting the reservation website at www.ReserveUSA.com.

Dewey Short Visitor Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Park rangers will be offering the following interpretive programs and events at Dewey Short Visitor Center during the month of April.  All programs are free of charge and no registration is required.

Stop by the visitor center to learn about hiking trails available in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas at 1 p.m. Wednesdays, April 11, 18 and 25.

Table Rock Lake Parks Open….                                                                                        2.

Visit with a park ranger at the overlook off Highway 165, just across the highway/dam from Dewey Short Visitor Center beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursdays, April 12, 19 and 26.  The ranger will be on-site for 30 minutes to answer questions and point out features of the dam and powerhouse. Visitors can come and go as they please and this program is appropriate for all ages.

Table Rock Dam Talk will be offered at 1 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 13 – 15 and April 20 – 22.  Have you seen the movie but have more questions? Want to know more facts and figures?  Confused about how something works? Then join us for a talk about the building and operating of Table Rock Dam and find the answers to those elusive questions.  This program will last 30-45 minutes and is appropriate for all ages.   Some programs may be cancelled because of inclement weather. For more information or to check the status of a program, please call 501-340-1943.

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Haven Pets for you

Meet Izzy, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week!  Izzy is a gorgeous two year old girl who is looking for her forever home.  Izzy is house-trained, walks nicely on a leash, and gets along well with most dogs her size or larger (a meet and greet is recommended).  She isn’t comfortable with toddlers, but she’ll do well with school aged kids and older.  No cats for Izzy, please.  Izzy can easily jump a fence so arrangements will need to be made for her to safely take her potty breaks and get some exercise.  Izzy will be a wonderful addition to an active home, so come meet her to see if she might be right for you!  We’re open 9-4 each day of the week or call 417-835-3647 for more information.

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CENTRAL CROSSING SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS

CENTRAL CROSSING SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS

DUE BY Friday, March 30th for week of (Apr. 4-Apr. 11)

BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK

Central Crossing Senior Center…All Ages Welcome

Wednesday, April 4th 10:30-12:00

CRIBBAGE

Central Crossing Senior Center…All Ages Welcome

Cribbage game is forming at the senior center.

Sharon Clute is the instructor

Come and have fun!!

Friday, April 6th 9-3

The group will meet every Friday 9-3

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Cassville Democrat original story

Owner hoping to bring more awareness to animal cruelty

An Eagle Rock woman is speaking out on behalf of her family, which is in mourning after their three labradors were allegedly shot to death and mutilated while playing in Table Rock Lake about half a mile from their home.

Dani Johnson, of Eagle Rock, said her two black labs, Gus, 7, and Tug, 11 months, as well as her yellow lab, Kaycee, 3, were shot to death last week, and she is looking for answers.

“We let them out [on March 13] and they didn’t come back,” she said. “I was up all night calling for them but could not find them. I called the vet office here, and no more than five minutes later, I got a phone call from a person with a really callous voice saying he heard I had called about the dogs. I was happy and thought he’d found them, but the next thing he said was, ‘I just called to let you know that your dogs were shot to death and will not be coming home tonight.'”

Johnson said her husband and his brother went to the vet clinic and were directed to the Paradise Cove Camping Resort.

“They went and knocked on the door there but no one answered, so they went to some neighbors and started asking about the dogs,” Johnson said. “A nice couple answered and immediately cried, realizing we were their owners. They told us how beautiful, healthy, friendly and happy they were and how much they’d enjoyed watching them play. They were kind people, and they were horrified. The neighbors said they were watching the labs playing in the lake when a lady drove a golf cart down to them and began shooting them.

“She didn’t kill them, and the dogs were tortured. They were deliberately doing gut shots, and the people who saw it said they shot Gus repeatedly in his private parts.”

This article is reprinted here in support of the Cassville Democrat’s call for comments.  If you find this woman’s heinous act of killing another person’s pets after she  mutated them call the Barry County Sheriff and voice your concern.

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More to come ran out of memory until tomorrow!

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Etc. . . etc. . . et

The Grooms family

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And etc. . .

Line em up, and head em out!

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