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Saturday, February 2, 2013

Go Red for Heart Disease!

  Bates County Memorial Hospital staff and auxiliary proudly displayed their red on GO RED Friday, February 01, 2013. Many employees will wear red every Friday in February to help bring awareness to the seriousness of Heart Disease. Educational information will be available at the auxiliary desk throughout the month. 

  Heart disease and stroke are the No. 1 and No. 3 killers of women. They are two of the many cardiovascular diseases that kill nearly 500,000 women each year. That’s more than the next seven causes of death combined, including all forms of cancer. Fortunately, you can do a lot to prevent these killers, according to the American Heart Association. Go Red For Women helps women discover unique lifesaving power by learning about heart disease and stroke and taking positive action to reduce your risk of both. Red is the American Heart Association’s color for women and heart disease. Make it your color, too. To learn more, visit their website at www.americanheart.org.


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Local Woman Fighting Cancer needs our help

  Evelyn Wisdom Hoover 50 years old a graduate of the Miami High School is fighting Cancer. This  disease has now moved to her lungs, liver and brain and is growing. Medical expenses are mounting and funds for travel expenses for treatment is running low. The Community is banding together to raise funds through a benefit dinner and auction to be held in March. The need for donations to sell at auction, is the plea of those organizing this fund raising benefit. If you would like to purchase gift cards, quilts, bakes good, gift basket or gas cards to be sold at the auction each donation will be appreciated. Contact Krista Bradley 660-464- 2514 arrangements will be made to pick up your donation. We will have more details as the dinner and auction dates get closer… The Auction is set for March 17th at the Amoret Community Center.

Obituary - Betty Jane Hinken

Betty Jean Hinken, 76, of Harrisonville, Missouri, died Friday, February 1, 2013 at her home in Harrisonville. Memorial services will be held 2:00pm Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at the United Methodist Church in Harrisonville. Private burial in the Garden City Cemetery, Garden City, Missouri. Contributions to the Interstital Association or the Celiac Association. Betty was born July 7, 1936 near Latour, Johnson County, Missouri to Roy Victor and Opal Fern (Edmonds) Hinken. She was a 1954 Graduate of Harrisonville High School and had attended Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, Missouri.She was a secretary for the Air Force at Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base in Belton, Missouri and then worked for the General Service Administration (GSA) in Kansas City, Missouri before her retirement. She was an active member of the United Methodist Church in Harrisonville, and had taught Sunday School for over 50 years. She is survived by a sister, Marilyn Parks, and husband Lowell, Kansas City, Mo. many cousins, other relatives and friends.

Soccer Sign-Ups

Spring Sign-ups for Electric City Soccer will be at McDonald's in Butler:


Friday, January 25th, 6 pm-9 pm

Saturday, January 26th, 9 am-12 pm

Friday, February 1st, 6 pm-9 pm

Saturday, February 2nd, 9 am-12 pm

Friday, February 8th, 6 pm-9 pm

Saturday, February 9th, 9 am-12 pm

Cost: $40

 AGES 4 and UP