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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Thank you for your support

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Well Gertrude McCluck was finally able to do her job today for baby Remington Craft,the winning square just said Remi,purchased by Alan Hilbus of Butler,who graciously donated it back to the family.Thank you Alan,for that kind gesture.

And again Thank you to everyone that purchased for this fowl drop.A extra special Thank you to my chicken warriors that just keep on and keep on supporting these fundraiser's that we do, I had one person yesterday from Amsterdam tell me just put me down for 2 each time you do one!

Amsterdam strong!Again Thank you from Amber Kohler, DeAnna Johnston Hutton, Jami Lynn, Wesley Hubbard and all the wonderful people of our community.











Massive Meat Sale at King Cash Saver

We're cookin' up something good next week! A Massive Meat Sale starts Wednesday March 1st, see your local King Cash Saver for prices and information!













Color Wheel Arts Group Presents: Children Create Art Day

The Color Wheel Art Club will be hosting. Children Create Art Day at the Butler Public Library on March 4th. 

The event will be from 1:00-3:00 pm and the cost is $10. You must RSVP by March 3rd to reserve your seat. Please call 660-200-6962.







Pancake Breakfast in Adrian







Baby Remington Craft is heading home

Finally, after 25 days, we get to go home! Can't wait to have all of my babies under one roof! - Thank you all for the prayers we continue to ask for them





Obituary - Della Louise (Manning) Morris

Della Louise (Manning) Morris
Della Louise (Manning) Morris of Blue Mound lost her battle to Leukemia and went to be with her Lord on February 21, 2017. She was born on June 24, 1943 in De Queen, Arkansas and was the oldest of four girls born to Elmer and Elrene (Flood) Manning. 

She was married to Robert Morris in march of 1979. She, along with her husband, were avid OTR drivers and together the crossed the U.S. many times in their 15 year career. In 1990 she and her family relocated to Blue Mound where she became an active member in her church and community, volunteering whenever and however she could. Her and her husband retired from OTR driving in 1997 and she quickly found her passion for helping others, which she carried until her end. 

She was preceded in death by her parents and three sisters Martha, Nona, and (Alma) Ruth. She is survived by her husband Robert (of the home), son Paul Moeller of Blue Mound, daughter Keeko Moeller of Blue Mound, son Richard Moeller and wife Tammy of Leavenworth and son Tod Moeller of Blue Mound. 

She is also survived by her 5 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephew and countless others. Hers is a spirit that has touched many lives and is one that will be greatly missed by all those who love her.