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Ottumwa Courier (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa women a club begins 80th year by Megan Berberich Conner staff writer Ottumwa a the Ottumwa women a club will begin its 80th year with a wide variety of interesting speakers. Eight programs Are scheduled through May 2016. The club recently elected its new officers for the 2015-16 year including Ruth Ann Vitko As president. Other elected officers include Hall vice presidential Foxx second vice president Judy Luke associate vice president men Osing recording Secretary Susan Houk corresponding Secretary Judy Engle associate corresponding Secretary Leila Disburg treasurer and Marilyn Barnes associate treasurer. The Ottumwa women a club is open to All Ottumwa area women. Call Foxx at 684-6045 to Reserve your lunch or for More information. Yearly dues for the club must be paid at the first luncheon. Programs of the year include sept. 8 a a dogs for veterans Puppy Jake foundation a Jessica Vanmaanen will explain the Puppy Jake foundation and How they train dogs to improve the lives of veterans. Elmer the trained dog will accompany Jessica. Oct. La a a humanities of Iowa string player Scott Cawelti a Cawelti will explore the life and poetry of Iowa Farmer poet James Hearst. He will perform several of Hearst a poems which he has set to music accompanying himself on the acoustic steel string guitar. This performance will be open to the Public after lunch. Nov. To a a take 2 musical review a Back by popular demand straight from the Celebration Belle riverboat cruises Ray and Jan Rumor will entertain with a musical show Complete w Ith costumes characters and humor. Dec. 8 a a Christmas music a ohs meistersinger a the ohs meistersinger will help Welcome the Christmas season with their Beautiful Christmas music. Feb. 9 a a hotel Ottumwa Ottumwa a grand hotel a tim Schwartz will explain the history of hotel Ottumwa and speak about All of the new renovations at the hotel. March 8 a a Tom Shadonix amp string Welcome Spring with Ruth Ann Vitko president for Ottumwa women a club. Shadonix and his Young violinists. The string program was started at Seton in 2011 and has grown every year. April 12 a annual Tea and social Willard Street methodist Church a a sounds of Spring with pastor Bill enjoy the Lovely sounds of Spring Sung by Hornback and then join in for the annual Tea and social. May to a a Isabel Hoffman portrayed by Molly Myers Naumann a Myers Nauman will port Ray Hoffman and describe her Many contributions to the Ottumwa Community including the Ottumwa women a club which has been an Ottumwa tradition for 80 years. Reservations Are required for meal planning purposes. Call Foxx at 641-684-6045 for reservations at least five Days prior to each meeting. All meetings Are held at the hotel Ottumwa except the april Tea and social w hich will be held at the Willard Street methodist Church. Megan Berbe Ridi can be reached at Berberich and followed courier Megan. Bic breakfast Buffet Friday september 4, 7-9am for reservation Call 641-684-7000 $8 in Advance / $10 walk ins Bridge View Cente Crow your Money faster with our certificate account specials 0.90 9 month certificate account 18 month certificate account $15,000 minimum. Limited time offer. 1940 venture or. Walmart a 739 Pennsylvania ave. A 235 Richmond ave. Toll free 866.360.5370 a apply online www.c1stcu.com 0 ,. S Siegel Heads up Paa compliance by Wanda Moeller courier executive edit Ottumwa a county Board chairman Steve Siegel will be Wapello county a main Point of contract with Carosh compliance solution a who will review the county Shipala compliance. Siegels appointment was made during tuesdays regular county Board meeting. Other appointments include Greg Kenning As project manager Nick Martini As chief privacy officer and Jerry Parker As chief Security officer. In the agreement with Carosh compliance solutions the county is expected to name a Point of Contact person a project manager chief privacy officer and chief Security officer. Last month supervisors spent a Little More than $11,650 to make certain All departments Are Hippo health insurance portability and accountability act compliant and entered into an agreement with Carosh compliance solutions from Crown Point Indiana. The agreement will provide the county with Security risk assessments As Well As privacy risk assessments by guiding All county departments through a series of stages to identify problems. Carosh will then review the county a current privacy policies and proce dures to secure and protect hip a information. In other business supervisors a approved 32 of 33 applications for the the disabled veterans Homestead tax credits in 2014 payable in 2015-16. A oked the change in Job position for Heather Boyd from a clerk ii to a clerk Iii position in the county recorders office. She will now paid $15.58 per hour. A noted the meeting change for next weeks meeting which will be at 1 30 . Friday sept. La. A were informed by the county Engineer the Eldon Bridge should be opening for traffic either tuesday or wednesday. Sanders visiting Ottumwa this week Ottumwa a sen. Bernie Sanders is coming to Ottumwa for the first time later this week and his visit indicates plans to maintain a presence in Southeast Iowa through the caucuses. Sanders will be in Ottumwa at 5 . Thursday to open a Campaign Headquarters at 105 n. Court St. He will become the first candidate Headquarters to open in town though the state Republican party has maintained an office for several weeks and had multiple candidates use it for visits. Sanders is seeking the democratic nomination for president. Though he is formally an Independent in the . Senate he caucuses with the party on most issues. Groups wanting to be included in the Calendar must submit the item every time the group meets at least three Days in Advance of the meeting. Send information to Calendar newsroom Ottumwa courier 213 e. Second St., Ottumwa 52501 or Send email to . Today Ottumwa alcoholics Anonymous Start your Day Over noon discussion Ope Camel club 410 w. Keota St. Club opens at 11 45 . For More information Call 641-455-6598. Alcoholics Anonymous beginners meeting open8 ., Camel club 410 w. Keota St. Club opens at 7 45 . For More information Call 641-455-6598. Alcoholics Anonymous noon of town recovery 228 e. Main St. Bingo 6 20 ., knights of Columbus 123 w. Third St. Grieving after loss support group 6 30 pan., conference room Ottumwa regional health Center. For More information Call april at 641-680-9351. John Deere retired women a Coffee 9 30 ., Riverside restaurant. Narcotics Anonymous noon first pentecostal Church. Company financial services inc. Member find Aisic Ken Venables investment advisor representative 203 e. 2nd, Ottumwa a phone 682-2135calendar narcotics Anonymous a6 30 pan., Ottumwa regional health Center conference room d. Ottumwa High school class of 1956, noon. Hotel Ottumwa. Ottumwa noon Lions noon hotel Ottumwa. Presentation by habitat for humanity. Songs and stories with Sara Martindale 10 30 ., Ottumwa Public Library meeting room. A Story time aimed at 0-3-year-Olds. Weight watchers to . And 5 ., weigh in half hour before meeting Bridge View Center. For More information Call Dianne Borst at 641-777-0714. Area Agency Coffee time 8 36-10 30 . Agency Community Center. Albia eagles Bingo doors open at 4 30 pan., play begins at 6 . Eagles club la a ave. E. Fairfield Fairfield Farmers Market 3-6 ., Howard Park. Houghton Circle 8 Square dance club 7 30-10 pan., pc Hall. Dance with Tom Roper calling. Thursday Ottumwa alcoholics Anonymous Nueva Vida Spanish speaking7 pan., Camel club 410 w. Keota St. Club opens at 6 45 . For More information Call 641-455-6598. Bingo 1 30 pan., american legion. Bingo 6 30 pan., eagles club. Food will be served. Rafters group la . To 3 ., Ottumwa Public Library. Bring your own supplies and a project to work on. For More information Call 641-682-5870. A crafts Welcome. Gamblers Anonymous 6 ., of town recovery 228 e. Main St. Milwaukee and Osoline Railroad Coffee club to ., country Kitchen. For All retirees of any Craft. Narcotics Anonymous noon first pentecostal Church. Narcotics Anonymous just for today open7 pan., Camel club 410 w. Keota St. Club opens at 6 . For More information Call 641455-6598. Ottumwa Over 55 card and game players join us every thursday 6 30-9 30pm, eagles club on Green Street Call Helen 641-799-9378 for More information. Wapello county Farmers Market 2 30-5 30 . Family video parking lot 819 Albia Road. Area Albia eagles Bingo doors open at 4 30 ., play begins at 6 ., eagles club la a ave. E. Blakesburg Blakesburg museum open 9 . To noon. Coffee time with snacks. Copying services available. Fairfield weight watchers 11 45 . Weigh in 12 15 ., meeting Seneca area Agency on aging. For More information Call Diane Borst at 641-777-0714.meeting today Ottumwa cemetery trustees 9 ?z room 108, City Hall. Iowa Mastic surgery considering plastic surgery complimentary consultation for Ottumwa area patients. Iowa plastic surgery near i 74 and i to Utica Ridge and 53rd 4334 East 53rd Street Davenport Iowa 563 322.8877

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