The Johnson County Survival Adult Abuse Center’s Seventh annual “Girls’ Night Out” fundraiser will be held from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday Feb. 25, in the Elliot Union Ballroom at the University of Central Missouri. Vendor booth shopping will begin outside the ballroom at 5 p.m. Survival has a goal $15,000 for this year’s “Girls’ Night Out” to fight domestic abuse.
Pettis County Health Center has been advised by community members that scam phone calls regarding credit cards have been received using the Pettis County Health Center as the number where the call is originating.
The Thanksgiving Holiday has come and gone, but one thing might still remain; the turkey. Maybe you bought a bigger turkey than in previous years or maybe you had more people eat the sides this year or maybe you just made your turkey sandwiches and have a little bit of turkey left. What do you do with your leftovers?
Halloween is an exciting night for children, as many plan for weeks what their costumes will be and then go out in the dark to navigate neighborhood streets in search of treats. But when so many children are near cars in the dark, it puts trick-or-treaters at a higher risk of injury or death.
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