Wednesday, October 18, 2023

The Little Apple

 Ellett Memorial Hospital will have their 6th Annual Breast Cancer Wellness & Awareness Day 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Saturday, October 21. Come receive your pre-registered annual 3-D mammogram by Diagnostic Imaging Center Mobile Coach and receive a special gift. Walk-ins will be worked in as time allows. Appointments can be made at 913-344-9989. There will be door prizes awarded, fellowship, stories from survivors, caregivers and support will be shared. A light lunch served and treats to indulge! Vendors will be set up for your guilty pleasures and essential information available.  Stay connected to our Girls Day Out Facebook event to receive more updates. Uninsured women 40-49 that meet the guidelines can apply for funding of a mammogram through our "Show Me Healthy Women Program". Call EMH 476-5216 for info or help scheduling a mammogram.

 

AC Museum will host a Baked Potato Bar Lunch October 18 at the Appleton City M.K.&T Railroad Depot from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  The steaming hot baked potatoes will be served with your choice of toppings of chili, broccoli, cheese, bacon and sour cream.  Drink and a serving of homemade cake are included for $8.  Come and visit as you enjoy your meal in the Depot or carryouts will be available.  All profits will be used by Appleton City Landmarks Restoration for maintenance of the 1870 M.K.&T. Depot, Old 1870 Library and Museum Complex.

 

The ACHS FCCLA is sponsoring a blood drive Wednesday, October 18 from 2:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Elementary Gym of the AC School, 408. 4th St.  Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcome if capacity permits.  Book your appointment at savealifenow.org/group. Group Code KCZ6. For more information, contact Dallas Gutschall at 660-476-2161 or [email protected].  For medical eligibility question, call 800-688-0900. All presenting donors will receive a free Live Saver T-shirt.

 

The AC FFA Chapter will hold their annual Food for America demonstrations 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Friday, October 20 on the High School parking lots. Any community member interested in learning about agriculture is welcome to walk through and hopefully learn a few new things about the world of agriculture. They will have various demonstrations from Agricultural Organizations, as well as working stations put on by FFA members.

 

Embark on a transformative journey to align your steps with God's purpose in a world filled with challenges. Experience the enlightening series, "Walking in the Spirit," hosted at the Appleton City Church of God, 401 East 1st St, on Sunday, October 22, at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and October 23, 24, 25, at 7:00 p.m. After each service, join them for food and fellowship. The services will be led by Mark and Carol Avery, who will offer their profound insights and inspiration. Your presence is warmly anticipated as they collectively explore the path of spiritual alignment and purpose.

 

The Appleton City Public Library is now open until 7:00 p.m. on Thursdays to allow patrons to check out books later. They understand that some business hours are the same as theirs, which limits some patrons to come in, so they will be open from 10:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. They hope this helps everyone that has been missing out on the chance to come in and check them out!

 

Appleton City Worship Center would like to invite everybody to their official launch service 9:30 a.m. Sunday October 22. They will have lunch following for anyone who would like to join them. They meet at Farmhouse Kitchen banquet room and will start at 9:30 a.m. October 22

 

First Baptist Church of Appleton City and Appleton City FFA have paired up again this year to make an impact in the local community by campaigning for canned food and other non-perishable food items to stay local and be donated to West Central Community Action Center's food pantry, right here in Appleton City.  Representatives from both FBC and AC FFA will be out on the afternoon of Monday, October 23 to distribute empty grocery sacks with a note attached on how to fill the sack and when and where to leave it for pickup.  Be on the lookout for those empty sacks on your front porches and doorsteps. On Wednesday, October 25, First Baptist Church Team will pick up full bags on the north side of the city; while Appleton City FFA will pick up all full bags on the south side of the city.  If you live outside of city limits and would like to contribute to this food drive to help offset hunger in families right here in St. Clair County, please don't hesitate to drop off at Appleton City High School/Ag Building. 

 

Funds are needed for the “Backpack Program”.  The backpacks have kid friendly food that goes home with 35 needy school kids weekly.  Trinity United Methodist Church in Appleton City houses this project, which is funded by community donations.  At this time, with the increase in cost of groceries, they are reaching out for your help. Donations are accepted at the church, 214 E. 3rd St. ACMO 64724.  Please make checks payable to: Trinity United Methodist Church, with the memo: Backpack.  For more information, call 660-492-7591.

 

Parents as Teachers, along with the Appleton City Public Library and Local Businesses, would like to invite you to join in on their Safe Trick or Treat Tuesday October 24. They will meet in the AC Forest Park and start at 11:00. This event is for ages 0-5 that live in the Appleton City, Hudson and Montrose school districts.

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Oct 18     Baked Potato Lunch 11:00 1:00 at the Depot in AC

Oct 18     FCCLA sponsored blood drive in the east gym of AC Schools 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Oct 20    AC FFA Chapter annual Food for America demonstrations 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on the High School parking lot

Oct 21     Ellett Memorial Hospital 6th Annual Breast Cancer Wellness & Awareness Day 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Oct 23     AC FFA and First Baptist Church sack drop off for collection to benefit food pantry

Oct 24     Safe Trick or Treat meet in the AC Forest Park and start at 11:00

Oct 25     AC FFA and First Baptist Church pick up sacks of food donations to benefit food pantry




 

 

 

Cheryl "Sherry" Renee Boyles, 59, Archie

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