Relay for Life Captain’s Kickoff will be held March 16 at 6 p.m. at the Red Oak Eagles Club at 200 E. Washington St. in Red Oak.
Soup and Sandwich supper courtesy of the Eagles. Door prizes with a grand prize of a nights stay at the Red Coach Inn donated by Val Scroggs.
If the team captain is unable to attend, please send a substitute in their place. Captains team packets and additional information will be available.
RED OAK — Delivery of this year’s daffodils for the annual American Cancer Society Daffodil Days has been postponed.
Montgomery County ACS Daffodil Day Chair Sara DeMarce was informed Feb. 28 the flowers would not be available for their scheduled March 7 pick-up.
Check in next week’s Red Oak Express, or listen to KCSI, for further information on availability.
Anyone with questions can call DeMarce at 623-3177.
Eight red dresses made a week-long journey to educate women in Southwest Iowa about heart health in February. During National Women’s Heart Week Feb. 1–7, the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Red Dress” promoted women’s heart health in Fremont, Montgomery, Page, and Taylor Counties.
The “Sisterhood of the Traveling Dress” visited Pizza Ranch, Southwestern Community College and HyVee in Red Oak the first week in February.
John Morgan, saxophonist, received his Bachelor of Music Education and Master’s degrees from Drake University. He has studied with Nathen Jones (Michigan/Drake), Paul Brodie in Ontario and Frederick Hemke of Northwestern University.
He is an active performer and recitalist throughout Iowa, Iowa All-State clinician and adjudicator, free lance studio musician, orchestrator, arranger and autographist. He is a former faculty member of Graceland University and Southwestern Community College.
Cole A. Bumsted, son of Justin Bumsted of Papillion, Neb. and Colleen Greenfield of Villisca and grandson of Gloria Jones of Villisca has recently graduated from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif.