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Love is in the air today, but can it last forever? Marion and Ruth Schmidt, of Sedalia, are living proof it can, for they’ve been married 73 years.
Alaina Spencer, 7, gives Betty Wells. a resident at Fair View Nursing Home, 1714 W. 16th St., a pumpkin that she had decorated. The Smithton Elementary School second grader and her fellow Girl Scouts from Smithton Troops 30752 and 70952 paid a visit Thursday to the nursing home to give the residents pumpkins for Halloween. The girls were given the pumpkins during a recent field trip to Pa Pa's Pumpkin Patch near Sedalia. "It is the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts and the girls wanted to give back to the community and they enjoyed painting and delivering them," Troop Leader Karen Hill said. "They hope the seniors make pumpkin pie. It will be a double treat, " she said.
Margaret Whitcomb, of Fair View Nursing Home in Sedalia, will celebrate her 90th birthday with a reception, held by her family, from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 20 at Best Western State Fair Inn.
FAIR VIEW TO HOST CHILI COOK-OFF
Terri Howard, a charge nurse at Fair View Nursing Home, 1714 W. 16th St., got help from the Sedalia chapter of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association to hold a fish fry Friday at the nursing home to raise money for the Show-Me Honor Flight. Howard is in her second year of organizing monthly fundraisers among the employees at Fair View for the Honor Flight. The fish fry is her largest event yet and was open to the public.
Terri Howard experienced a life-changing event on Sept. 28, 2010. Howard, a charge nurse at Fair View Nursing Home, got to escort two of her residents on the Central Missouri Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Terri Howard, a charge nurse at Fair View Nursing Home, 1714 W. 16th St., got help from the Sedalia chapter of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association to hold a fish fry Friday at the nursing home to raise money for the Show-Me Honor Flight. Howard is in her second year of organizing monthly fundraisers among the employees at Fair View for the Honor Flight. The fish fry is her largest event yet and was open to the public. pic slug: 9-26-12 terri howard
Terri Howard experienced a life-changing event on Sept. 28, 2010.
“Each of us is here for our own unique reasons, but we’re all united by this terrible disease called Alzheimer’s disease,” said Linda Newkirk, executive director of the Mid-Missouri Alzheimer’s Association. Surrounded by a sea of purple T-shirts and a field of pinwheel flowers spinning in the breeze Saturday morning at the Missouri State Fairgrounds’ Highway Gardens, she addressed the crowd assembled for Sedalia’s 14th Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Fair View Nursing Home and the Gold Wing Road Riders Association will host a fish fry to benefit Show Me Honor Flight from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the nursing home, 1714 W. 16th St. The meal costs $5 for adults and is free for children 5 and younger. It will include fish, cole slaw, baked beans, hush puppies, dessert and a drink.
Jim Cramer, of Sedalia, will celebrate his 90th birthday with a card shower.
Walter “Mac” McBride, of Sedalia, will celebrate his 99th birthday with a reception, held by his family, from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 18 in the small dining room at Fair View Nursing Home.
Myrtle Virginia Neiberger Caton, of Sedalia, formerly of Smithton, will celebrate her 83rd birthday with a card shower.
Fair View Nursing Home staff recently donated $1,050 to Show Me Honor Flight. Pictured in the front row, from left, are veterans Jim Cramer and Frankie Klinger, both residents at Fair View, and Bud Lansing. Back row, from left: Jim Gaertner, vice president, Pam Burlingame, president, Dean Dohrman, treasurer, and Teri Howard, licensed practical nurse at Fair View.
Show Me Honor Flight aims to make dreams come true for local veterans.
Bobbie Cornine, of Sedalia, will celebrate her 90th birthday with an open house, held by her family, from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 10 at Calvary Baptist Church.
Before the season started, State Fair Community College head coach Kevin Bucher questioned whether his team deserved the No. 14 ranking in the preseason NJCAA Division 1 rankings.
More than 350 local residents helped raise more than $23,000 Saturday through the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s at the Highway Gardens on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
Catherine B. Wright, of Sedalia, will observe her 96th birthday on Sunday.
Frankie Klinger, 91, of Sedalia, was reminded how important veterans are on his Honor Flight trip.
Thousands of area high school students converged on the campus of State Fair Community College on Tuesday to learn about careers and college options.
Jessica Christine Lamm and Phillip Michael Staus, both of Sedalia, were married at 1 p.m. April 10 at St. Patrick Church in Sedalia.
Elvira Drunert, of Sedalia, formerly of La Monte, will observe her 90th birthday on Friday.
Some people fall asleep by counting sheep, I fall asleep counting veterans. I realize that sounds crazy, but if you had met as many as I have, you’d understand why.
Mary Vollmer: My story is about my big brother, Herman John Vollmer, who was born Sept. 25, 1947, in Sedalia.