Author: Janet Dabbs

Mid West Healing Center coming to Laurie in January

The Mid West Healing Center is coming to Laurie, Mo. in January 2018. Two Guys and a Bible Ministries purchased the 9,000 sq. ft., former Portside Interior Decorating building, at 728 N. Main in Laurie, Mo. in November 2017. The center is undergoing a complete remodel. The center’s purpose is to proclaim the miracle ministry of Jesus Christ to this generation. “This is a place where anyone can come and be healed in the Name of Jesus,” Center Founder Don Allen said. “This is not going to be another church. Our mission is to train believers about who they...

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Caring Hearts Dog and Cat Rescue, rescuing injured, sick, lost and abandoned animals

  There are a group of people on the Westside of the Lake of the Ozarks who are going the extra mile for our furry friends. The group opened the Caring Hearts Dog and Cat Rescue thrift store on Saturday, April 1 at 113 North Main Street in Laurie. The community has shown their hearty approval in the form of an abundance of donations for the store,” Caring Hearts Board President/Co-Founder Teresa Ensor said. “We live in a very blessed community. The store is full and it is great to see what can be done when a community cares...

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Easter Eggstravaganza!

LifePoint Lebanon, Family Church and several other area churches are partnering together for the Easter EGG-Stravaganza with 20,000… YES 20,000 Easter Eggs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 15 at the Mills Center.  There will be food, games, inflatables, and of course, Egg hunts for kids of all ages! The Mills Center is a sub-facility of the Kenneth E. Cowan Civic Center located at 650 Mills Drive in Lebanon, Mo. 65536. For information call 417 991-2911....

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Historical actor presents “One Soldier’s Story: A Tennessean in WWII”

      Historical Actor John Notgrass presents “One Soldier’s Story: A Tennessean in WWII” churches, community organizations, schools and home school groups. The presentation is part of a first-person history program about his grandfather, Wesley Notgrass, (1915-2007). Wesley joined the United States Army in 1941 and served in the medical core in the United States and Europe during World War II. Growing up, John heard him talk about his experiences and he decided that he wanted to share his story with others, so that they too could learn from history, as well as learn to be thankful for what people have done for them in the past. John’s grandfather took a lot of photos while in the service. Based on his grandfather’s recollections, and wearing his grandfather’s uniform, John steps into character to share Wesley’s life story and his experiences during the war. The presentations are illustrated with first-hand photographs from Wesley’s collection. Wesley Notgrass Wesley Notgrass enlisted in the Army in June of 1941, before the United States officially entered the war. He expected to serve for one year and then go back to his job at the Daily Herald Newspaper in Columbia, TN. He ended up spending four years, one month, and seven days in uniform. Although he qualified as an expert marksman, Notgrass was placed in the medical corps, which meant that he would not carry...

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3 D Easter April 16 You’re Invited

Family Church is excited to host the Resurrection Story in 3D. Join them at 9 a.m or 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, April 16th to experience the resurrection of Jesus in a whole new way. Family Church is located at 1450 Tower Road Lebanon, Mo. 65536. For information call (417) 533-3655 or visit them online at http://www.familychurch.tv/?view=mobile....

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