Summit Township Candidate Filing

Notice of Candidate Filing Summit Township

Candidate filing for Summit Township Road Board is open from December 6th 2022 through December 27th  2022.

 Anyone wishing to file for a position on the road board may contact Damon Noe at 660-424-9518.

Adrian Lions Club to sell Popcorn this Saturday in ADrian.

There will be lots of excitement in Adrian this Saturday. With the Blackhawks taking on the Monroe City Panthers at 1:00, the Adrian Parade at 4:30, and  Hot Chocolate Night at Frontier Village, they have also added the sale of the Adrian Lions Club’s Ballpark Popcorn as a fundraiser for the Bates County Toys for Tykes.

The Adrian Lions Club will have this treat for sale in front of Citizen’s Bank from 10 am until 2 pm on Saturday, November 26th.

The dollars you spend will be donated to purchase new unwrapped toys for children in Bates County.

Adrian Christmas Parade

What a beautiful day in Adrian it will be on Saturday, November 26th.  First, the state playoff football game at 1 pm, and then the annual Adrian Christmas Parade will take place at 4:30 pm. 

The parade line-up will be at firsthand Clark Street at 4 pm.  The parade will travel down Main Street then South on Old 71 to the 4-way stop and then left, over the overpass to Frontier Village. 

The community of Adrian invites you to stay and tour Frontier Village for an Old Fashioned Christmas.  Enjoy train rides, steam engine rides, and hay rides that will take you through the little town decorated with thousands of Christmas lights.  At Frontier Village Center, you will find hot chocolate, cookies, homemade popcorn, and of course meet the guest of honor, Santa and Mrs. Claus. 

Festivities at Frontier Village will follow the Adrian Christmas Parade that lines up at first and Clark Street at 4 pm with the parade beginning at 4:30.

Frontier Village is located off the Southeast corner of I-49 and 18 Highway.  This is a free event guaranteed to put you in the holiday mood.  Invite family, friends, and neighbors to share in the holiday fun.

Bates County Memorial Hospital

Bates County Memorial Hospital Family Care Clinics’ Tricia Cook, Business Manager and Crystal Dizney, Clinic Supervisor recently led the hospital’s rural health clinics through a two-year evaluation process for the Rural Health Clinic program to stay in accordance with state, federal and rural health clinic regulations.

Tricia and Crystal also completed a Certified Rural Health Clinic Professional course, ensuring they have the most current information on rules and regulations.

Crystal was promoted to the clinic supervisor position earlier this year, and Tricia, who was hired this summer for the Family Care Clinic business manager role, has also recently applied on behalf of FCCs for a $40,000 grant for a mental health program.

 BCMH is thankful for these professionals and for all of its employees who regularly keep up with certifications, rules and regulations to keep the hospital and clinics running smoothly.