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[ PRESS.NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. Couple announce mid summer wedding plans Kalyn Lay, and Jeremy Brumbaugh, Canton, Mo., .have announced their en- gagement. Miss Lay is the  daugh- "ter of Danny and Joyce Lay, Canton. She gradu- ated from Highland High :School in 2008 and at- tends Culver-Stockton Col- lege. She is employed at the Lewis County Nursing Home as a CNA. Brumbaugh is son of Lola Brumbaugh, Canton. He is a 2005 Canton R-V graduate and attended Han- nibal Vo-Tech. He is em- ployed at Prince Minerals, The couple Will be married June 6, 2009, at Providence Baptist Church in Williamstown, Mo. Parents announce cJiildrens engagement The parents of Triston Louise Schroeder, May- wood, Mo., and Steven .Matthew Jones, Palmyra, , Mo., have announced the engagement of their chil- dren. Miss Schroeder is the 'fdaughter of Thomas and i Tamara Schroeder, May- i wood. She is a 2006 grad- . uate of Marion County I R-2 and attends Missouri :Western State University where she will graduate ': May 2010. ' Jones is the son of i i Richard and Pauline Jones, ' Palmyra. He is a 2006' Pal- myra R-1 graduate and attends Missouri West- ern State University and will graduate in December 2010. The couple plan to be married July 18, 2009. Clubs Memorial Auxiliary 578 The Lewis County Memorial Post and Auxil- iary Unit 578 met Monday, April 13, 2009 in the Lew- stown American Legion :,'Hall. Following the carry- :in supper, each group held :,h business meeting. ' Vice-President Darlene d i:Kurk presided at the Auxil- ,iary meeting in the absence :of President Mildred Bai- :ey. ',, Linda Schmitz reported on the First District meet- ng that she had attended nn Clarence. At this meet- ang, Unit 578 received a iPMaybelline Certificate of 4 Achievement 2 and a cash award. This was in recog- nition of reaching a mem- bership target earlier in the current membership year. Election of First District Officers was held at the meeting, including Michele Burnett Emmerich as Pres- ident. The next First Dis- trict meeting will be June 7, 2009 in Kahoka. In other business at" the Lewistown meeting, Unit 578 voted to send a dona- tion to the Auxiliary Emer- gency Fund. In addition, members gave information that will be included in sev- eral yearly reports. The next meeting of Post and Auxiliary Unit 578 will be May 11, 2009, beginning with a 6:30 p.m. carry-in supper. /I ,,% / I wish to thank everyone for l[ their prayers and acts of Ill kindness and expressions of Ill concern since my surgery. Ill Dan Steinbeck Ill Country Cafe - Ewing II Mother's Day Buffet II All you can eat $9.99 [ 11 a.m. -2p.m. II SuLday'MaylO II 573 209 3890 i Williamstown School .T'eunion Saturday, May 23 at the Queen of Peace Church Fellowship Hall Ewing, Mo. 4:30 p.m. and dinner 6:00 p.m $13.50 each Contact Jackie Scott 573-853-4526 or Joe Clifford 217-225-3548 wkl Social News THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009 - PAGE 6 Lisa Yarbrough of Dt rham joins NECAC Don Patrick, President and CEO of the not-for- profit North East Commu- nity Action Corporation (NECAC) has announced the hiring of Lisa Yar- brough of Durham as a Medical Administrative Assistant for the Family Planning/WIC Programs at the NECAC Family Plan- ning Clinic in Hannibal. Yarbrough will be re- sponsible for client en- trance and exit interviews, making referrals to Fam- ily Planning and WIC programs and booking ap- pointments for patients. She will also perform med- ical duties including taking blood pressure and tem- perature, height and weight measurements, recording medical history and assist- ing the medical staff. Yarbrough has 17 years experience in health care and was most recently employed by Heartland Resources Inc. in Ewing. In this position, Yarbrough was an In-Home Schedul- ing Supervisor and respon- sible for creating and coor- dinating monthly schedules for over 50 workers provid- ing services to 260 clients. She also instructed CPR/ First Aid classes and pro- vided orientation classes for new staff. Yarbrough has also been employed by Brighton Pavilion Ltd. as a Rehab Aide/CNA in Quincy and by Good Samaritan Home also in Quincy as a Rehab Aide/Aquatic Instructor. Yarbrough has certi- fications from John Wood Community College as a Certified Nurse Aide and Certified Rehab Aide; the Arthritis Foundation as a Certified Aquatic Instruc- tor; Heartland Resources as a Certified Level 1 Medical Aide and by the American Red Cross as a Certified CPR/First Aid Instructor. In her spare time, Yar- brough enjoys spending time with family, travel- ing, reading, gardening and watching NASCAR and NFL football. She has been married to her husband Barry for 16 years and the couple has one son. NECAC is a social ser- vice, community health and public housing Community Action Agency. NECAC is one of 19 non-profit Com- munity Action Agencies in Missouri and a member of a national network of over 980 agencies across the United States. Community Action Agencies serve the needs of the low-income, elderly, youth, handicapped and disadvantaged through partnership contracts and grants with federal, state, and local governments, pri- vate businesses and other non-profit agencies. NECAC administers over 60 service programs with over 30 partnering contracted funding sources and operates on a current budget of $24.8 million. Musical presentation PNI photo by Karin Althoff The LaGrange Community Childrens Choir per- formed their musical "Arkeology" on Sunday, May 3, at First Baptist Church of LaGrange. The musical represented the stow of Noah and the flood from the animals point of view. 55555555555555555555555555555555555555,, Happy 5h birthday Colemen   May on 7 Love, Nana & Papa, It% t tt% Mommy & Sissy, Uncle Hut, " Ashlee & Addi, Uncle Donnie , Ray, Susan & Girls tr t. tq 5555555555555555555555555555555555555  BUBBA & DOC'S  Bar & Grill, LaBelle 00tate 0000eet00nea004way Sto00) ................ " ' 660-213-5035. www.bubbadocs.com FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 8 BIKE NIGHT LIVE BAND "mzy Horse" 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. No Cover Charge ii UPCOMING EVENTS Saturday, May 16 - Bubba's Redneck Fishing Tournament i Sign -up now at Bubba and Doc's For more information stop in or vist LISA YARBROUGH The agency is governed by a 36-member volunteer board of directors and man- aged by a full-time profes- sional administrator with 110 full-time and over 250 part-time employees. The agency's central adminis- tration offices are located in Bowling Green with NECAC County Service Centers operating in each of the 12 counties. Holiday Driver Examination Station dates The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to remind the public that driver examination stations throughout the state will be closed for the upcoming holidays: Friday, May 8, 2009, in observance of Truman's birthday. Normal opera- tions will resume on Mon- day, May 11, 2009. Monday, May 25, 2009, in observance of Me- morial Day. Normal opera- tions will resume Tuesday, May 26, 2009. Thank you to our family and friends who helped us celebrate our 50th wed- ding anniversary. Your presence at the Open House, gifts, Cards and best ! wishes were duly appreciated. A special thanks to our children for honoring us with this even t. Bert R. and Pat Cottrell 111 E. Main, Ewing, Mo.  _ _./fl..ff _ ,,,,, vB' __ LuGeJSS Toni and Susi Job Sat., May 9 at 7:30 p.m. For information call: 573-478-3603 Thank you We want to thank all the area'merchants and supporters of our Miles for Meals'Walk A Thon" hell on April 26th at Ewing. Over $4200 has been raised to support the Lewis County Nutrition program. Thanks to everyone that helped. Heartland Resources, Inc. Sponsors: Town & Country Bank of Missouri, LaGrange Lewis County Rural Electric Cooperative Assoc. Town & Country Bank Midwest, LaBelle Mark Twain Rural Telephone company H & R Block, Quincy, IL.62301 Ewing Senior Council United State Bank, Ewing, Edina, Lewistown Canton State Bank BetaSigma Phi, Tan Delta American Family Insurance, Mark Reinebach Agency, Inc. Flower Town Etc, Ewing Bank of Monticello Heetco, Lewistown Lewis County Nursing Home Dist., Canton Heartland Bank and Trust Company, Canton Denman Country Drugs, Inc. Lewistown Lewis County Industrial Authority LaBelle Manor Care Center Humphrey Feed & Seed, Monticello Shottenkirk, Chrysler, Dodge, Toyota, Quincy, IL heartlandresourcesinc.org Hannibal Medical supplies, LLC sVeatch Real Estate, Lewistown Board of Directors, Robert Veatch, President TraveUe Whitaker, Executive Director  Donated Door Prizes: Casey's, LaGrange Snappy Cuts, LaGrange Dan & Linda Schmitz, Ewing Primo's, Canton Johnny E B's, Canton Johnny Kraft, Ewing LaBelle Foods Canton Theater tickets, Bill & Barb Smith Heartland Resources Cookbooks Country Cafg, Ewing Riverside Smokehouse, Canton Ewing Senior Center Canton Senior Center LaGrange Senior Center I]lll]lllrl