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  • Morrical awarded

    Koala T-Care Child Development Center announced their director, Jacqueline Morrical was awarded National Administrator Credential on April 30.
    She was awarded this credential after successfully fulfilling the prescribed requirements and demonstrating the mastery of administrative skills necessary for this achievement.

  • Burnison promoted

    WEST DES MOINES – Jeffrey L. Burnison has become 2010-2011 president of the Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants (ISCPA). Burnison is finance director of PROaccess Genetics, a subsidiary of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc., in Johnston. Last year, Burnison served as vice president of ISCPA.
    On May 14, Burnison emceed the leadership training session and was elected president at the annual meeting of ISCPA.

  • O'Neal passes torch

     

  • Boylan honored by peers

    Michael D. Boylan, retired funeral director from Red Oak, was honored for 40 years of dedication to funeral service during the 130th Annual Iowa Funeral Directors Association (IFDA) Convention held May 11-13, at the Iowa State Center and Gateway Hotel in Ames, Iowa.

  • DeForest joins Fareway

    Brent DeForest, 25, originally from Osceola, was recently transferred to Fareway in Red Oak from Iowa City. DeForest has a B.S. in broadcasting with a minor in business from NorthwestMissouriStateUniversity. He has worked for Fareway for nine years.

  • YMCA volunteers for May

    The Montgomery County Family YMCA announced that Stacey Von Dielingen, Christy Bennett, Tammy Ernst, Sabrina Johnson, Debbie Pappas and Chandra Welbon are the Volunteers of the Month for May.

  • ESGR honors Jerry Hansen with award

    Jerry Hansen Receives National Recognition for Outstanding Performance in Support of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Mission

  • Good Sam volunteers recognized April 20

    Volunteers at Good Samaritan Society Red Oak were recognized on April 20 during the annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Residents provided entertainment by performing a skit.

  • YMCA receives a grant for $15,000

    Nick Zimmer, Executive Director of the Montgomery County Family YMCA, announced the YMCA was notified by Dennis N. Nissen, Iowa Program Officer that the YMCA is the recipient of $15,000 from the Community Foundations of Southwest Iowa HF 2302 Grant. 

  • Red Oak, Villisca celebrate National Nursing Home week

    The Good Samaritan Society in Red Oak and Good Samaritan Society - Villisca will both be celebrating National Nursing Home Week, May 9–15 with the theme: “Nurturing a Love That Lasts.”