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Elementary Students Use Talents To Help Save The Walt

By Kelly Hoffmann

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - On a Friday night, most students would choose to spend their time relaxing after a long week of school, but the students at New Haven Elementary decided to come together and work for a greater cause.

Friday, May 9, the New Haven Elementary students with help from their teachers, put on a talent show in the Walt Theater in downtown New Haven to raise money to “Save the Walt”.

New Haven Care Center Celebrates National Nursing Home Week

New Haven Mayor George Panhorst reads proclamation during this morning's ceremony at the New Haven Care Center.

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - This morning Mayor George Panhorst kicked of National Nursing Home Week at the New Haven Care Center by signing a proclamation, declaring the week of May 11 to 17, 2014 as Nursing Home Week.

Horsin’ Around Fun Show Back For A Third Year

Benefit Horsin’ Around Fun Show in Rhineland, MO at City Park June 7, 2014.

By Kate Engemann
Hermann, Mo.
– Here we go again!  For the past two years the Horsin’ Around fun Show has been offered as a “Fun”draiser for St. George School.  The show initially began with one person and has now evolved into a committee of parishioners and supporters of St. George School who want to raise funds while having a great time.  The Horsin’ Around Fun Show will be held on Saturday June 7, 2014 at 10am.  Admissions are $2 per person and children 5 and under are free.

Why? Making Sense of God's Will

By Pastor David Poe

Why does God allow tragedy and suffering to exist? Why are my prayers not answered? Why does God sometimes seem so distant and uninvolved?

Does God have my whole life planned out for me? Do my decisions make a difference? Why should I trust God, when nothing seems to make sense?

We all wrestle with these questions. When we go through tough times - or unexpected joy - it's natural to wonder how (or if) God''s will is at work in our world. Even people who are deeply committed to their faith struggle to answer and re-answer these perplexing questions.

Earth Day Celebration April 26 at ECC

UNION, Mo. - Many hands-on activities for children will highlight the Earth Day celebration Saturday, April 26, at East Central College.  The free event will be held from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Multipurpose Building at the college campus in Union.

Children will have the opportunity to plant samplings, enjoy safe solar viewing, learn about recycling and repurposing and also learn about animal and their habitats.  There will be a variety of games focused on protecting the earth’s natural resources.

Beautiful Weather For Annual Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Saturday afternoon the New Haven Lions Club Annual Easter Egg Hunt could not have asked for better weather.  Moms and dads, many of whom can probably remember hunting during their childhood years, were now watching their kids racing to gather as many eggs with hopes of finding the “silver” egg.

What makes New Haven’s Easter egg hunt so unique is the fact that the same two Lions Club members, Mark Zobrist and Tom Lagemann, have been in charge of organizing the event for over the past 30 years.  How many years exactly?  Well, that is a good question because neither Lagemann or Zobrist are 100 percent sure.

Habitat For Humanity Of Franklin County Annual Dinner Auction April 25

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. - On Friday, April 25th, Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is holding its second Dinner and Auction.

The dinner will be held at East Central College and the meal is being prepared by the Cullinary Arts classes.  Auction items include get-away vacations, Cardinals tickets, lots of sports memorabilia including many Cardinals autographs, and collectible items including old Stock Certificates,

New Haven Girl Scouts April Showers Collect Record Breaking Numbers Second Straight Year

Photo courtesy of Vera McDowell

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - New Haven’s six Girl Scout Troops had a record breaking number of personal care items collected for the second year in a row.

Thanks to the generosity from the New Haven Community Girl Scouts topped last year’s number by collecting 2,377 items Saturday morning.

With the additional items collected from Walmart last week, the grand total of items collected for the New Haven Food pantry was over 3,000 and the largest number New Haven’s Girl Scouts have ever collected.

Benefit Dance For Jescie Powell - Stabbing Victim From Domestic Violence

Additional information below about the benefit.

Jescie, age 27, was airlifted after being stabbed many times by her husband and tw of Jescie's good friends/ coworkers and one 7 year-old-boy did not survive.

Jescie worked many years as a CNA and did not have medical insurance. She spent several days in the Trauma Intesive Care Unit before returning home to recover and heal.

She underwent several hours of open heart surgery to repair the damage and had to be placed on a ventilator to breathe.

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