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Small nonfarm businesses in 100 Missouri counties and neighboring counties in Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N. Garfield of SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West. These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by excessive rain and flooding in the following primary counties that began March 9, 2019. Primary ... Read More
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The Zonta Club of Cape Girardeau honors the significant contributions of women for their dedication and commitment to the region at the WOA luncheon to be held at the Drury Plaza Conference Center. This year's honorees include: Dr. Barbara Kohlfeld, Lifetime achievement award; Dr. Loretta Prater, Celebration award; WOA nominees: Laurel Adkisson, Sister Jane Kiefer, Dr. Carmen Keith, Julia Meiners Koester, Debbie Leoni, Merideth Pobst, Sonia Rucker and Angie Umfleet. Visit our web site at www.cap... Read More
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DILLE TRAXEL ARCHITECTURE announces the appointment of Sandy Foust as Office Manager with DILLE TRAXEL ARCHITECTURE. She provides administrative support to the firm along with her responsibilities for accounts receivable, accounts payable, and invoicing. She works directly with the Operations and Finance Manager and assists on other projects as well.  Sandy is based out of the Poplar Bluff office and serves as the office manager for both the Poplar Bluff and Cape Girardeau office locations.... Read More
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Junior Achievement is seeking volunteers for the 2019-20 school year   ... Read More
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After a successful Ireland trip in 2018 and an Italy trip in 2019, 1st Class Travel and the Notre Dame Regional High School's Education Fund Foundation will partner together again for a June 18th, 2020 England, Scotland and Wales Trip. This journey to England, Scotland and Wales (British Landscapes) will be visiting London including Tower of London, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the Royal Buckingham Palace. Move north to the 800-year-old university town of Camb... Read More
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Cape Girardeau Public Schools (CGPS) will have a new name for its junior high school this year. The CGPS Board voted unanimously last month to change the name of Central Junior High School to Terry W. Kitchen Central Junior High, honoring the late Terry W. Kitchen. Kitchen spent over four decades serving the school district as its most well-known and beloved advocate. He passed away in February of this year after a battle with cancer. Coach Kitchen’s family was at the July 2019... Read More
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Aaron Horrell and Barb Bailey's new children's book has arrived at Painted Wren Art Gallery. The book, "Fantastic Bluecat Mannerfish, Vol. I" is their seventh story book and is geared to middle school-aged children. The book is also available online at Amazon. Over 1,300 people have painted a triangle on the historic Missouri 2021 mural. Folks can stop by during business hours to participate. Our next event will be at Ste. Genevieve's Jour de Fete on August 10 and 11, 2019. We will be se... Read More
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Jen Wood, Research and Development Officer at Southeast Missouri Food Bank, has been selected to participate in a new Feeding America task force that will set the strategic agenda for a new health-care program. The goal of the new Healthcare Partnerships Community of Practice Conveners is to advance network learning and action on how to effectively address and reduce food insecurity through health-care partnerships and interventions. “We identified candidates based on … uniq... Read More
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Presentation, PowerPoint, Sales/Customer Service Skills Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Students will learn effective communication skills for correctly presenting with a PowerPoint presentation (inclusive of a video speech with critique), customer service and sales skills. (Inclusive of utilizing Monroe’s Motivated Sequence to enhance promotional/ persuasive/selling techniques.) 8 Weeks = $99 8/15 - 10/3 Room 204 - (Week 1 - no class but may pick up syllabus and si... Read More
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In June 2019, Gina Harper-Martin completed the final testing in Columbia, MO to obtain her Certified Community Action Professional (CCAP) designation. The CCAP certification is designed for current and emerging managers or leaders in the Community Action Profession who are committed to the Vision and Values of Community Action and who aspire to receive recognition for their management and leadership skills. Martin has been employed by East Missouri Action Agency (EMAA) for almost six years and i... Read More
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