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So what are you waiting for? Join our community today and start building the faith, dedication, and discipline you need to achieve your goals. Come visit us at 522 North Business Rt 5, Camdenton, MO 65020, or give us a call at (573) 346-9911. We’re here to help you become your best self!

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(the following story is a testimony)

Shawn had been a gym rat since his teenage years. Over the years, he had seen many of his peers abandon their workout routines and succumb to a sedentary lifestyle. But Shawn had always been determined to stay in shape, not just for the sake of his body, but for his mind too. To him, physical fitness and mental well-being went hand in hand.

Now in his 40s, Shawn was still going strong. He had found a gym that worked perfectly for his needs: Central Fitness. The gym was open 24/7, which meant that he had no excuses not to go. Whether it was early in the morning or late at night, he could always find the time to work out.

Every day he would hit the gym and push his body to the limit. He would lift weights, run on the treadmill, and do a variety of other exercises to keep himself in top shape. But it wasn’t just about the physical aspect for him. He also used his time at the gym to clear his mind and focus on his mental well-being. The gym was his sanctuary, a place where he could escape the stresses of everyday life and concentrate on himself.

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As he got older, Shawn realized that it was important to keep his body in a fresh state of existence. He couldn’t rely on his teenage workout routine anymore. Instead, he had to mix things up and try new exercises to challenge his body. This was something that Central Fitness helped him with. The gym had a variety of equipment and classes that kept him engaged and motivated.

Looking for a gym that will not only help you meet your fitness goals but also build a sense of community and faith in yourself? Look no further than Central Fitness A Patriot’s Gym!

Our mission is to help the Lake area community with their health and fitness needs through building faith, dedication, and discipline within ourselves and throughout our entire community. We believe that these three pillars of success – faith, dedication, and discipline – are the keys to achieving any fitness goal.

Faith means believing in yourself and having confidence in your abilities. Dedication means committing to yourself and your goals and showing up every day, even when it’s tough. And discipline means developing your own code of behavior and exercising self-control.

At Central Fitness A Patriot’s Gym, we provide a welcoming community where you can feel comfortable and motivated to reach your fitness goals. We offer state-of-the-art equipment, expert trainers, and a range of classes and programs to help you get fit and healthy.

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So what are you waiting for? Join our community today and start building the faith, dedication, and discipline you need to achieve your goals. Come visit us at 522 North Business Rt 5, Camdenton, MO 65020, or give us a call at (573) 346-9911. We’re here to help you become your best self!

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Osage Beach, Missouri, Seeks Funding for Critical Water and Sewer System Improvements

Osage Beach, Missouri, Seeks Funding for Critical Water and Sewer System Improvements

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City officials propose rate increases to address infrastructure needs and financial sustainability

In the quaint city of Osage Beach, Missouri, nestled along the shores of the Lake of the Ozarks, residents and city officials are grappling with the need to fund critical improvements to its water and sewer systems. The city, known for its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities, has seen its water and sewer infrastructure age, with the sewer system being built in the 1980s and the water system in the early 2000s.

Recent public hearings and discussions among city officials have highlighted the urgent need for significant investments in the water and sewer systems to maintain safety, compliance, and overall operational efficiency. The city’s sewer system serves nearly 7,100 users, while the water system serves nearly 6,100 users. Over the past four years, the number of utility users has grown 6% in both systems, adding to the strain on the aging infrastructure.

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Economic factors such as inflation, supply-chain issues, and the unprecedented increase in the costs of equipment, materials, and labor have contributed to an increase in system expenditures and use of financial reserves. The city’s water system produced nearly 380 million gallons of water for users in 2023, while the sewer system handled over 352 million gallons of waste.

To address these challenges, the city has proposed a 34% aggregate increase in water rates and an 85% aggregate increase in metered and non-metered sewer rates. The proposed changes are set to take effect on July 1, 2024, following approval by the Board of Aldermen. The increases are aimed at ensuring the city can operate, maintain, and improve the water and sewer systems, as well as replenish adequate reserves and generate sufficient revenues for overall system operation and maintenance.

City officials have acknowledged the potential financial impact on residents but argue that the rate increases are necessary to address the critical infrastructure needs and ensure the long-term sustainability of the water and sewer systems. Public hearings and workshops have been held to discuss the proposed rate changes and their impact on residents, with city officials emphasizing the importance of maintaining safe and reliable water and sewer services for the community.

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Attorney General – talking about the water at the lake of the ozarks, shot by Shawn Kober-Lake TV 32
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Italian diver Enzo Maiorca saves pregnant Dolphin after the (soon to be father) Dolphin alerted Enzo that his female partner was stuck in a net.

Italian diver Enzo Maiorca saves pregnant Dolphin after the (soon to be father) Dolphin alerted Enzo that his female partner was stuck in a net.

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Italian diver Enzo Maiorca while diving into Siracusa sea felt something patting him on the back. He turned around and saw a dolphin, which he understood did not want to play but express something. The dolphin dived and Enzo followed. At a depth of twelve metres trapped in a net there was another dolphin. After managing with his wife to release it, as the two dolphins emerged they emitted an almost human cry (this is how Maiorca described it). Dolphins can be held under water for up to ten minutes then drown. The trapped dolphin was a female who soon gave birth. The male circled them and, standing in front of Enzo, touched his cheek (like a kiss), a gesture of gratitude. Enzo finished his speech by saying: “Until man learns to respect and communicate with the animal world, he will never be able to know his true role on this Earth.”

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Lunchables contain toxic lead and sodium levels

Lunchables contain toxic lead and sodium levels

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Consumer Reports says urgent USDA action is needed as tests reveal Lunchables’ toxic lead and sodium levels threaten the health of 30 million students in the National School Lunch Program.

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