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Dear Veteran Supporter:   The Piedmont Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Freedom's Never Free Traveling WWII Memorial.  This WWII Memorial will assist in honoring all veterans and their families during this Wayne County Bicentennial year.  The Memorial will be displayed July 4–7, 2018 on the Greenway.   The Freedom's Never Free Memorial is the only Traveling WWII Memorial available in the United States.  The Memorial is a scaled-down replica of the ... Read More
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   The Retired Senior Volunteer Program and the Volunteer Intergenerational Center Annual Recognition Banquet was Held April 17 at the Eagles Aerie #3775 in Cape Girardeau. Approximately 200 volunteers attended. This year, the event opened with a special tribute to Tina Nations, Program Director, who passed away in February. Special words of appreciation and praise for an outstanding job were expressed by Faune Riggin, Program and News Director for KZIM and KSIM Radio Stations; Lana Jo... Read More
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                The RSVP/VIC (Retired Senior Volunteer Program/Volunteer Intergenerational Center) of Cape Girardeau and Scott Counties held its Annual Volunteer Recognition Banquet on April 25, 2017 at the Eagles Aeries #3375 in Cape Girardeau.  There were 160 in attendance this year. The a cappella group, Blend, provided entertainment which included music from the 50’s and 60’s, a few Elvis Presley... Read More
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At the 2015 Star Awards Banquet held December 8, 2015 at the Bent Creek Clubhouse in Jackson, State Representative Donna Lichtenegger presented Ruth Dockins with a Resolution from the Missouri House of Representatives recognizing her superb service to Southeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging/Aging Matters. After 20 years of service, Ruth retired at the end of December 2015. All the Staff of Aging Matters wishes Ruth a gratifying and enjoyable retirement.... Read More
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Aging Matters held its’ annual Long Term Care Ombudsman Banquet on June 17th at the Elks Lodge in Cape Girardeau.  There were 40 Ombudsman Volunteers, staff, and a few guests who attended the banquet.  The volunteers enjoyed a very motivational presentation by Dr. Loretta Prater, retired Professor and Dean of the College of Health and Human Services at Southeast Missouri State University.  Dr. Prater was very creative in sharing with those present the special qualities neede... Read More
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