COMMUNITY CALENDAR

**Green Hills Community Action Agency has a limited number of electric infrared heaters to give away to residents of their 9-county service area who are over the age of 65 and income qualified. Some paperwork and documentation may be required to be approved. Give them a call toll-free at 855-290-8544 or stop by their office in Trenton to learn more.

**2nd Annual MOSI Art Guild Spring Show at the Kirksville Arts Association will be from February 5th through March 12th. Showcasing Local Artists.


**The Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network will be providing Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes, beginning Tuesday, March 10th from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at their office at 117 W. Potter in Kirksville.  This FREE six-week educational series is for anyone taking care of others - whether relatives or friends, in the home or elsewhere.  The program is made possible NMRHN and the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging.  Call 660-665-0330 to pre-register.  


**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services March 15th through March 18th. Sunday services are 10:45am and 6pm. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.

**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.

**Macon County Health Department – Open Mondays through Thursdays. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**Still Caring Community Clinic is a student run physician overseen medical and dental clinic that can help you get the health care you need. The Clinic will be the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Gutensohn Clinic at 800 W Jefferson St in Kirksville. Signs will be posted at the main entrance. Clinic Phone is 660-525-7824 or email the StillCaringCommuntyClinic@gmail.com. Please contact them to set up an appointment or for more information.

**MOSI (Missouri and Southern Iowa) Art Guild created to serve local two and three dimensional artists. Monthly meeting on the second Thursday of each month at the Kirksville Arts Center at 5pm. Meetings provide networking, information, and information on what is happening in the arts for more information contact Colleen Wagner at 660-988-2694

**Schuyler County Health Department Open Clinic every Wednesday 8:00am to 4pm. Services we offer during clinic include: blood sugar screening, immunizations, lead testing, hemoglobin testing, pregnancy tests, T.B. Testing, and lab draws (with a physician order.)  No appointments needed.  Please bring current insurance information. Also provide Home Health services to clients who qualify.  Call with any questions 660-457-3721

** Ignite Children’s Ministry Wednesday night program TeamKid at the Fellowship Baptist Church in Kirksville at 6pm to 7:30pm. TeamKid is for kids K-5th grade and includes Bible stories, scripture memory, life application, missions, group fellowship time and food. Call 660-665-0633 to register.

**The third Tuesday of each month the Christian Motorcyclist Association local chapter Bondage Breakers #1013 will meet and eat in Kirksville at 6 p.m.  Call 660-342-8787 to get more info and find out where to meet.  The Bondage Breakers support all motorcyclists regardless of what they ride.

**Join the Adopt a Buddy program through the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.  Purchase a Buddy Pack for a student at Kirksville Primary or Ray Miller, Brashear, and Novinger Elementary and help a child get extra nutrition to support better growing and learning.  152 children at the school receive food every week as part of the Buddy Pack program.  All it takes is $15 per month or $180 a year to provide a Buddy Pack for the entire school year.  To adopt a buddy today, visit www.sharefoodbringhope.org/adoptabuddy or call The Food Bank at 1-800-764-3663. Help by mail by making checks payable to “Adopt-a-Buddy” and mailing them to Alliant Bank, P.O. Box 946, Kirksville, MO 63501. For more information, contact Susan Dublin at 773-719-7218 or email at susand@sharefoodbringhope.org

**Grief Share meets every Tuesday at the Fellowship Baptist Church in Kirksville at 7 p.m.  1701 Jamison Street.

**The Adair County Health Department is now accepting applications from citizens wishing to serve the community as a public health volunteer.  Volunteers will be trained and prepared to handle public health emergencies requiring immediate response and assist in community education on emergency preparedness.  Questions and concerns should be addressed to Jim LeBaron, Administrator of the Adair County Health Department.  Call 660-665-8491 or visit the health department’s website: www.adair.lphamo.org

**People are encouraged to drop off unwanted cell phones to be used to benefit Troops overseas. Following Locations: Bank of Macon, a division of the Bank of Kirksville, at 1512 N Missouri in Macon, JP’s Tux and Tees at 101 Vine St in Macon. Cole Motor Sales and Cycles at 814 Bloomington St in Bevier. Pro-tech Co at 2411 E Illinois St in Kirksville, and Trustee’s Cycle Shop at W 24 Highway in Moberly. For more info contact Jan Watts at 660-349- 9134

**Lighthouse Assembly of God Presents MEGA SPORTS CAMP after school program. Dynamic Bible Lessons. Every Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm. Wacky Games, Rally’s, Rewards, Special Guest Appearances. Concessions. Coach Huddle. Contact 660-332-7947.

**Lighthouse of Love Praying Hand Mission formerly Help Hands Mission at 111 E Harrison in Kirksville has a new phone number 627-6227.

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****IF YOU ARE A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION AND WOULD LIKE TO POST AN ITEM ON THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR, SEND IT TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE EVENT TO:

COMMUNITY CALENDAR P.O. BOX 130 KIRKSVILLE, MO, 63501

OR BY EMAIL AT RADIONWS@CABLEONE.NET WITH SUBJECT HEADING "COMMUNITY CALENDAR".

******* INFORMATION TO BE INCLUDED: NAME OF EVENT, TIME, PLACE, PHYSICAL ADDRESS INCLUDING THE TOWN, PHONE NUMBER CONTACT AND ANYTHING EXTRA YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE.

(IF A PHONE NUMBER OR ANY OTHER INFORMATION IS MISSING, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO POST YOUR EVENT.)

***If you see any information that may be incorrect or if an event is canceled, please call us at 660-665-3781


Friday, March 6th

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**Blood Drive – 3pm to 7pm. Downing Christian Church. Route A in Downing, MO.


**2nd Annual MOSI Art Guild Spring Show at the Kirksville Arts Association will be from February 5th through March 12th. Showcasing Local Artists.


**The Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network will be providing Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes, beginning Tuesday, March 10th from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at their office at 117 W. Potter in Kirksville.  This FREE six-week educational series is for anyone taking care of others - whether relatives or friends, in the home or elsewhere.  The program is made possible NMRHN and the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging.  Call 660-665-0330 to pre-register.  


**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.

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Saturday, March 7th

--Kirksville Region—

**Kirksville Film Circle – presents the inspiring family film “Marshall the Miracle Dog” on Saturday, March 7 at 1:30pm at Pickler’s Famous, 114 W Harrison St, Downtown Kirksville. For more information contact Dereck Daschke at 660-216-5136 or visit kvfilmcircle.org.

**Soup Supper at the Wayland United Methodist Church today from 4pm to 7:30pm. Menu includes: chili, vegetable soup, cheesy potato, bean soup, maidrites, Hawaiian ham sandwiches, veggies, relishes, and homemade pies.

Come and enjoy the food and fellowship.

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Sunday, March 8th

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Monday, March 9th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**Blood Drive – 11:30am to 5:30pm. Knox County Community Center. 207 N 4th Street in Edina, MO.


**The Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network will be providing Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes, beginning Tuesday, March 10th from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at their office at 117 W. Potter in Kirksville.  This FREE six-week educational series is for anyone taking care of others - whether relatives or friends, in the home or elsewhere.  The program is made possible NMRHN and the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging.  Call 660-665-0330 to pre-register.  


**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Tuesday, March 10th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711


**2nd Annual MOSI Art Guild Spring Show at the Kirksville Arts Association will be from February 5th through March 12th. Showcasing Local Artists.


**The Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network will be providing Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes, beginning Tuesday, March 10th from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at their office at 117 W. Potter in Kirksville.  This FREE six-week educational series is for anyone taking care of others - whether relatives or friends, in the home or elsewhere.  The program is made possible NMRHN and the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging.  Call 660-665-0330 to pre-register.  


**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services March 15th through March 18th. Sunday services are 10:45am and 6pm. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Wednesday, March 11th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – Lead Testing Clinic from 8am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Thursday, March 12th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Screenings from 8am to 11:30am. Smoking Cessation Class from 3:30pm to 5pm. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

*Blood Drive – 1:30pm to 5pm. Bevier C-4 High School. 400 Bloomington in Bevier, MO.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Friday, March 13th

--Kirksville Region—

**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Saturday, March 14th

--Kirksville Region—

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Sunday, March 15th

Beware the Ides of March!

--Kirksville Region—

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services today through March 18th. Sunday services are 10:45am and 6pm. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.


**Annual Shrine of St Patrick’s “St. Patrick’s Day Festival” will be held today in St. Patrick, MO. Activities include: Leprechaun 5k Race, Silent Auctions, Grab Bags, Quilt Chances, Roast Beef Dinner, Tours of Church and Museum, Taped Irish Music throughout the day, Celebration of Catholic Mass and more.

Monday, March 16th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711


**Blood Drive - 2:30pm to 6:30pm. Macon VoTech and High School. 702 N Missouri in Macon, MO.

**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services today through March 18th. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Tuesday, March 17th

St. Patrick’s Day!

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711


**Blood Drive - 1pm to 6pm. Adair County R-1 High School. 600 Rombauer in Novinger, MO.

**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services today  through March 18th. Today through Wednesday services will be at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.


----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Wednesday, March 18th

--Kirksville Region—

**Kirksville Area Retired School Personnel – Meeting at the Adair Co. Annex Building at 300 N. Franklin Street in Kirksville, MO at 10:30am. All retired school personnel are encouraged to attend.

**Macon County Health Department – Immunization Clinic from 8am to 11:30am and 1pm to 5pm. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**First Baptist Church in La Plata, MO will be holding Revival Services today with services at 7pm. Dr. Wade Parrish of Harrisonville, MO will be the speaker and Dr. Bob Welsh of Moberly, MO will lead the music. Nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is welcome.

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Thursday, March 19th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – Smoking Cessation Class from 3:30pm to 5pm. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Friday, March 20th

--Kirksville Region—

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Saturday, March 21st

--Kirksville Region—

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Sunday, March 22nd

--Kirksville Region—

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Monday, March 23rd

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711


**Kirksville Parks and Recreation Division is accepted online registrations and reservations. You can register and pay for classes and programs, as well as reserve and pay for the use of City facilities online. Getting started is easy. Visit the Parks and Recreation Website at www.kirksvillecity.com/parks-rec and follow the link to create your online account. The Kirksville Baseball and Softball Association’s youth summer league is the first program to offer online registration. The program is open for registration for the entire month of March, and the fee is $60 per child. For more information or questions call Parks and Recreation at 627-1485 or stop by the Aquatic Center.

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Tuesday, March 24th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – TB Testing. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Wednesday, March 25th

--Kirksville Region—

**Dairyland Donkey Basketball Show – will be held at the Kirksville High School Gym at 7pm tonight, sponsored by Kirksville After Prom. Tickets are $10.00 each and available to purchase from After Prom Committee members or at the front office of Kirksville High School and also at the door the evening of the event. For more information please contact Angie at 660-341-4218. Come one, come all to the craziest show on earth: Donkey Basketball!

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Thursday, March 26th

--Kirksville Region—

**Macon County Health Department – Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Screening from 8am to 11:30am. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

**Macon County Health Department – Closed for a staff meeting from 1:30pm to 3pm today.

**Macon County Health Department – Smoking Cessation Class from 3:30pm to 5pm. 503 N Missouri Street in Macon, MO. 660-385-4711

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----

Friday, March 27th

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Saturday, March 28th

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Sunday, March 29th

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Monday, March 30th

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Tuesday, March 31st

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Wednesday, April 1st

April Fool’s Day


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----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----


Thursday, April 2nd

--Kirksville Region—

----Hannibal/Quincy/Keokuk Regions----


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VOLUNTEERS/ITEMS NEEDED:

**SENIOR CENTER OF MACON NEEDS PEOPLE TO DELIVER MEALS TO SENIORS AND THOSE UNABLE TO COME TO THEIR SITE TO EAT.  VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FROM 10 AM TO AROUND NOON.  VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED TO PREPARE MEALS ON SITE AND TO SERVE.  CALL 660-385-6411.

**HOSPICE OF NORTHEAST MISSOURI NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO PROVIDE SUPPORT AND COMPANIONSHIP TO HOSPICE PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS. A TRAINING CLASS IS PROVIDED TO ALL INTERESTED INDIVIDUALS. CALL HOSPICE AT 660-627-9711 WITH QUESTIONS.

***HOPE'S KITCHEN, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PREPARES FREE MEALS FOR OVER 200 KIRKSVILLE RESIDENTS, NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FOR THE THIRD AND FOURTH SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH BETWEEN 9 AM TO 2 PM.  MOST WORK 2 1/2 HOUR SHIFTS.  CALL TIM TUCKER AT 660-626-2424 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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ART/MUSEUM DISPLAYS:

***ADAIR COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, WED-FRI 1-4 PM, 211 SOUTH ELSON, KIRKSVILLE.  DISPLAYS OF ARTIFACTS INCLUDING PIONEER ITEMS, NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS AND COLLECTIONS OF MILITARY OBJECTS.  CALL 660-665-6502.

***STILL NATIONAL OSTEOPATHIC MUSEUM, 800 WEST JEFFERSON, KIRKSVILLE.  DR. ANDREW TAYLOR STILL FOUNDED OSTEOPATHY MEDICINE IN KIRKSVILLE IN 1892.  MUSEUM COLLECTION INCLUDES ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AND OTHER ARTIFACTS THAT SPAN OVER 150 YEARS OF THE EVOLUTION OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE.  INCLUDES A COMPLETELY DISSECTED HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM, ONE OF ONLY FOUR IN THE WORLD.  CALL 660-626-2359.


***EXHIBITION OF AMTRAK HISTORY, HWY 63, LAPLATA.  THE EXHIBIT IS INSIDE TWO AMTRAK BAGGAGE CARS.  INCLUDES CASES FULL OF TRAIN AND AMTRAK MEMORABILIA INCLUDING MENUS AND DISHES USED ON PASSENGER TRAINS THROUGH THE YEARS.  CALL 660-332-4669.


***MISSOURI CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT, NORTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE, 3900 S. BALTIMORE, KIRKSVILLE.  EXHIBIT INCLUDES A LIVE BEE HIVE, AN AQUARIUM OF MISSOURI FISH, SNAKE DISPLAY, PELT STATION, FLY FISHING AND MANY OTHER NATURE EXHIBITS.  CALL 660-785-2420.


****MARK TWAIN MUSEUM EXHIBIT, MARK TWAIN MUSEUM GALLERY, 120 NORTH MAIN STREET, HANNIBAL.  LOCAL ARTIST TALENT SHOWCASE PLUS 15 ORIGINAL NORMAN ROCKWELL PAINTINGS INCLUDING “THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER AND HUCKLEBERRY FINN.”  MEMBERS FREE, $5 NON-MEMBERS.  CALL 573-221-9010.

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SERVICES:

**VISIT KIRKSVILLE.KLIFE.COM FOR K-LIFE EVENT INFORMATION.

**FREE PARENTING, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, JOB READINESS, & G.E.D.           

 CLASSES ANYTIME AT:

-THE KIRKSVILLE AREA TECHNICAL CENTER ON COTTAGE GROVE 8AM-3PM M-F.

-THE MISSOURI CAREER CENTER INSIDE THE MOBERLY AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE- KIRKSVILLE CAMP US G.E.D/A.B.E. 2- 5 PM. M-Th

-MILAN'S CON-AGRA NELSON CENTER MON. & WED. 8am-NOON & 1-4:30 p.m. & TUES. & THURS.  1-9:30 p.m.

**IF PUTNAM, SULLIVAN, OR LINN COUNTY SENIORS NEED ASSISTANCE WITH FINDING  SERVICES AND RESOURCES, MEDICARE, MEDICAID, INSURANCE, OR TRANSPORTATION, ROBIN KNOWLES, THE AGING RESOURCE CONSULTANT IS AVAILABLE AT THE UNIONVILLE CENTER MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY--> 947-2529 OR 216-5270.

***NORTHEAST MISSOURI AREA AGENCY ON AGING, NEW PROGRAM TO HELP REIMBURSE DRIVERS OF PERSONS 60 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER THAT NEED HELP GETTING TO DOCTOR OR MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS.  CALL 660-665-4682 OR 1-800-664-6338.

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