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CITY OF ATLANTIC YARD WASTE SITE  HOURS:

effective April 2017:

The site is open seven days per week from 7:30-a.m. until dusk. The site is monitored by camera to catch illegal dumping. If the gate happens to be locked during those times, please call 243-3512 and tell them that the gate to the yard waste site is locked and a police officer will be out shortly to unlock the gate.

*** City of Atlantic officials remind citizens to bring ONLY trees, branches, grass, garden waste, and/or leaves. ***

LOST and FOUND:

*Please let us know if the pet is returned to the owner to help keep this updated. Items will be listed for 2 weeks**

FOUND: Female Chocolate Lab, no collar. Found in eastern Shelby county.  712-304-2005

LOST: from the vicinity of 5th and Maple in Atlantic: Yellow and white Tom cat (2-years old). Goes by the name of “Toby.” Was last seen (10/18) heading toward 10th and Maple, toward the Middle School. He’s very friendly. If you see him, pick him up or call 254-0663. (posted 10/19)

LOST: German Shepherd named Osborne or goes by Ozzy, mostly black with a little brown on legs, tail and above eyes, long ears, has a blue collar. Lost by Casey’s West in Atlantic running into the trees by the river on Oct. 1st. Was last seen October 6th at corner of Indian Creek Street and Highway 83. Very skiddish so if seen please just call ASAP. 249-5999.

LOST:  Looking for dark blue prescription eyeglasses lost from the YMCA to Birch St. Routes are these streets.taken Friday Sept 22.
10th Street from Birch to Poplar / Poplar Street from 10th to 9th / 9th Street from Poplar to Walnut / Walnut Street from 9th to 10th / 10th Street from Walnut to Maple / Maple Street from 10th to 8th / THEN Maple Street from 9th to 10th / 10th Street from Maple to Cedar / Cedar Street from 10th to 13th / 13th Street from Cedar to Alley.
Please call 243-2344 when found.

FOUND:  an Australian Shepherd cross, older male, no collar.  Found about 1 1/4 miles west of the County K Cumberland intersection with Highway 92.  Call 712-789-0845. (9/22)

NOTICES:

Recycling Trailer in Audubon is no longer located at Shopko, it is now at Audubon Church of Christ parking lot (2050 Hwy. 71)

The recycling bins in Cumberland have been moved north of the Community Building.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17

Elk Horn-Kimballton Optimist are hosting a Family Fun Night at the Elk Horn School Friday, November 17th from 5:30-7:30 PM. Games, cake walk & bounce house.

Friends of the Library’s Semi-Annual Book Sale will be held November 15th-17th from 9-6 each day. Thousands and thousands of books. Proceeds go towards extra programs and equipment at the library.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office will be closed on Friday, November 17th from 8 am – 1 pm for training purposes. It will re-open at 1 pm and stay open until 4:30 pm.

E-Free Church in Atlantic is taking donations for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child for Shoebox Gift November 13th-20th from 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. How to pack a shoebox: Get a shoebox for a boy or girl and label box. Select a quality “wow” toy such as a doll, soccer ball with pump or stuffed animal. Fill with gifts and other fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. Pray for the child who will receive your box. Include a $9 donation – this will transport your gift and deliver it into the hand of a child in need, you can go online to Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your shoebox. Drop off your shoebox to E-Free Church in Atlantic from November 13th-20th, 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. Labels marked boy girl and age groups are available to print off at samartianpurse.org/occ. Any questions contact Dave Highfill at 249-1415.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Music of John Denver Featured at Warren Center in Greenfield on November 18th at 7 pm when the Omaha-based trio An Evening comes to play. The show starts at 7 pm and will feature many hit songs from “The Country Boy.” Tickets are on sale now at Ed & Eva’s store, 154 Public Square, Greenfield; by phone at 641-743-2566; or at the website warrenculturalcenter.com under the Events tab. General admission seating is $25 for adults; $10 for students (under 18). Beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks will be available at the show. This show is made possible by support from these sponsors:  Adair County Abstract Co., Adair County Farm Bureau & Farm Bureau Financial Services, Adair County Health Systems, FNB Bank, Greenfield Fareway, Greenfield Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, Havens Accounting, Clint Hight PC, Marion E. James P.C., Jungmann Law Office, Olesen Law Firm, Pro Team Insurance, Southwestern Community College, Varley Law Office, and Union State Bank.

Brayton Legion Post #350 Feather Party will be held on November 18th at the Brayton Community Center. Bingo starting at 6 pm, top prize is $100. Dinner served by Legion Post #350 Auxiliary starting at 5 pm.

Trinity Christian Church in Bridgewater Fall Bazaar & Bake Sale will be held on November 18th from 9-11:30 am. Items for sale include rugs, canned meat, crafts, mincemeat, handwork and more. Offering coffee and rolls available throughout the morning.

The Lewis Life Preservers are having a Thanksgiving Bake Sale at Orscheln”s Farm And Home on Saturday November 18th from 10:am till 4:00 pm or till the goodies are gone. Proceeds go to Relay For Life.

E-Free Church in Atlantic is taking donations for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child for Shoebox Gift November 13th-20th from 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. How to pack a shoebox: Get a shoebox for a boy or girl and label box. Select a quality “wow” toy such as a doll, soccer ball with pump or stuffed animal. Fill with gifts and other fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. Pray for the child who will receive your box. Include a $9 donation – this will transport your gift and deliver it into the hand of a child in need, you can go online to Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your shoebox. Drop off your shoebox to E-Free Church in Atlantic from November 13th-20th, 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. Labels marked boy girl and age groups are available to print off at samartianpurse.org/occ. Any questions contact Dave Highfill at 249-1415.

Spartan Booster Club Winter Tip-Off Take-Down will be held on November 18th at the Elk Horn Fire Hall for a free will donation. Serving broccoli cheese soup, chicken noodle soup, chili with the fixings, sandwiches, bars and drinks from 6-7 pm. Come meet the winter teams. There will also be door prizes.

Head to Prairie Rose on Sunday, November 18 at 2:00 p.m. to try out atl atls.  Atl atls are an ancient tool that was used to help throw spears further and more accurately.  We will meet just south of the main entrance of Prairie Rose in the new addition.  Five atl atls and numerous spears will be available to try out.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19

Minden United Church of Christ Spaghetti Supper will be held on November 19th at the Minden Community Hall from 11 am – 1 pm, with auction at 12:30 pm. They’ll be serving pasta, garlic bread, salads & desserts. For to go orders call: 712-483-2903 or 483-2109. Everyone is welcome.

Somewhere in France/Somewhere in Iowa – a presentation by Leo Landis, State Curator, State Historical Society of Iowa will be held on November 19th at 2 pm at the American Legion Memorial Building (The Armory) in Atlantic. Presentation is on Iowa and the Great War – propaganda, prohibition and women’s suffrage. This is sponsored by ARISE, no fee, donations are welcome.

Sweet Vale of Avoca Museum (504 N. Elm, Avoca) is celebrating 25 years on November 19th from 1-4 pm. Refreshments and a short program at 1:30 pm. There is no charge, but a free will donation is welcome.

E-Free Church in Atlantic is taking donations for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child for Shoebox Gift November 13th-20th from 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. How to pack a shoebox: Get a shoebox for a boy or girl and label box. Select a quality “wow” toy such as a doll, soccer ball with pump or stuffed animal. Fill with gifts and other fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. Pray for the child who will receive your box. Include a $9 donation – this will transport your gift and deliver it into the hand of a child in need, you can go online to Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your shoebox. Drop off your shoebox to E-Free Church in Atlantic from November 13th-20th, 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. Labels marked boy girl and age groups are available to print off at samartianpurse.org/occ. Any questions contact Dave Highfill at 249-1415.

The Cass County Farm Bureau is again accepting donations of gently used or new winter coats,(adult or child) plus any item for warmth, including hats, gloves, scarves, and blankets. Donations are being accepted now through December 4th.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20

Harvest Market is Monday, November 20th just before Thanksgiving. Come to the Cass Community Center on the Fairgrounds in Atlantic, 3:30 to 7:30 to buy local fresh veggies, home baked goodies and special added tastes of honey and jam.Pies, cakes, breads, rolls, turnovers, cookies and bars can be used fresh or frozen for later gatherings. Bring your shopping list to find hand crafted gifts made by local creative crafts people. Sample cupcakes and get your evening meal of sandwich and soup. Join the festivities Monday, November 20, 3:00 to 7:00 at Cass County Community Center.

E-Free Church in Atlantic is taking donations for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child for Shoebox Gift November 13th-20th from 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. How to pack a shoebox: Get a shoebox for a boy or girl and label box. Select a quality “wow” toy such as a doll, soccer ball with pump or stuffed animal. Fill with gifts and other fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. Pray for the child who will receive your box. Include a $9 donation – this will transport your gift and deliver it into the hand of a child in need, you can go online to Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your shoebox. Drop off your shoebox to E-Free Church in Atlantic from November 13th-20th, 6-8 pm daily until the last day which will be all day. Labels marked boy girl and age groups are available to print off at samartianpurse.org/occ. Any questions contact Dave Highfill at 249-1415.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27

A legislative forum will be held on November 27th at Atlantic Specialty Care (1300 E 19th St., Atlantic) at 10 am. This will be an excellent opportunity to discuss with the current legislative issues affecting long term services and supports in Iowa. Legislators, Iowa Health Care Association (IHCA) representatives, and staff from the organization and other area assisted living, home health agencies, senior housing and nursing facilities will also join them. It’s important that we have an opportunity to address our concerns for the future of long term services and supports in Iowa—especially concerning managed care. With Iowa’s current budget concerns and aging population, their profession is working diligently to ensure the appropriate and necessary elder care services will be available when Iowans need it.  If you can attend the reception and forum contact Kelli Jimerson at kjimerson@careinitiatives.org or by calling 712-243-3952.

AHS Choir Department’s 7th Annual Madrigal Dinners will be held on December 9th at 7 pm & 10th at 5 pm but ticket sales will close on November 27th. This year’s meal includes mixed green salad with berries, Italian vegetable soup, cream curry chicken over fettuccine, artisan bread, and a choice of carrot, lemon, or chocolate cupcake. Great food, music, and entertainment!  Tickets are $20 each.  Make sure to reserve your tickets now before it’s too late! Contact Jennifer Gaesser at 243-5358 for tickets.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2

Atlantic BPO Does Cookie Walk Fundraiser will be held on December 2nd from 9 am – noon at The Armory (2nd & Poplar, Atlantic). They will have Christmas cookies and candies for sale. Handicapped accessible.

The Massena Historical Society Annual Christmas Soup and Luncheon will be held on Saturday, December 2nd.  Doors open at 10:00 A.M. .  Luncheon serving from 11-1 P.M. Admission $7.00.   Tables for all  Occasions will be set up for viewing, Cookie xmas tins for sale. Vendors available for early xmas shopping. Enjoy the Antique and vintage toys on display. The theme “Holiday Joys From Historical Toys”  …Lots of door prizes….!!!!

Kiwanis Teddy Bear Christmas Tea will be held on December 2nd at SS Martin House, 419 Poplar Atlantic Ia. Call for reservations at 11 am & 2 pm, 712-254-0198. Cost is $15 and all proceeds go toward children’s programs.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3

14th Annual Eve of Remembrance will be held on December 3rd at 4:30 pm at the Heritage House. Honoring those we miss during the holiday season. Featuring Pastor Casey Pelzer, Jan Myers, Randall & Sharon Breckerbaumer and Heidi Jo Hinman. Hosted by Warren and Amy Jo Roland, Heidi Hinman and the Roland Funeral Service staff.

The Cass County Farm Bureau is again accepting donations of gently used or new winter coats,(adult or child) plus any item for warmth, including hats, gloves, scarves, and blankets. Donations are being accepted now through December 4th.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 4

Evening Storytime at the Atlantic Public Library will be held on December 4th from 5:30 – 6:15 pm. Join in for stories, songs and activities. This is for kids ages 4-6 pm. Parents my stay, run errands, or hang out at the library. Pre-registration is required. Call 712-243-5466 ext. 1, stop in at the library (507 Poplar St.) or register online at www.atlantic.lib.ia.us

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6

United Lutheran Church in Shelby’s Annual Aebleskiver supper will be held on Wednesday, December 6th from 4 pm to 7 pm.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9

Our Lady of Grace’s Annual Cookie & Candy Walk will be held on December 9th from 8:30 am – 11:00 am.

 

EXTRAS ….

The Cass County Farm Bureau is again accepting donations of gently used or new winter coats,(adult or child) plus any item for warmth, including hats, gloves, scarves, and blankets. Donations are being accepted from November 1 through December 4th.

Community Conversations at the Atlantic Public Library will be held on November 6th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm on Healthcare/Wellness. Talk through how goverment’s decisions affect you, our neighbors, our community. Monday series sponsored by the Atlantic Public Library. Topics chosen by Cass County Fair voters. Moderated by Frank & Kim Spillers. Series will be held on: January 29th -School Survival, March 5th – Jobs/Entrepreneurship/Small Business, and April 2nd – Food Security.

The Atlantic Food Pantry is asking for donations of money and/or grocery items. The funds and shelves are running low. The Atlantic Food Pantry was started in March, 1982, by the Ministerial Association and Church Women United. It has relied solely on cash and food items donated from the community. In the beginning, the Pantry helped 170 individuals/families per year. The Pantry now serves an average of 15-25 individuals/families per week with a limitation of one visit per month for senior citizens and one visit every other month for all others unless they have an emergency and a referral from someone who is aware of their problem. Since it began, the Pantry has rarely requested monetary donations due to the lack of funds, but at the current rate, the Pantry cash account will be extremely low by the end of summer. Grocery items they could use are cereal, canned meat and other canned food items, toilet tissue and soap. If you have any questions, you may contact treasurer, Florence Burrows at 243-1363 or Ken Burkhart at 243-1820. Anything you can donate will be greatly appreciated.

The American Legion Memorial Building also known as the Armory is open Saturday afternoon 1 to 4 pm for tours. There is no fee but donations are welcome. Visitors can see the Military Museum, Military Library and recently added photos of Atlantic’s past history.

Audubon High School is starting a Work-Based Learning Program this coming school year.  This program is similar to the old MO/OE program many so fondly remember.  Enrolled students will be released from part of their school day to work with various businesses in the community.  Additionally, students will take a concurrent enrollment course called “Career Development Skills.” Participating students will receive both high school and DMACC credit for completing both the work placement and the course.  This program will provide students with the opportunity to develop employment skills and build relationships with community partners.  The opportunity to learn in a real-world setting deepens understanding and maximizes the potential of each individual who participates in the program.  To date, fourteen students have enrolled in the Work-Based Learning Program;  four of these students are still looking for employment, which would begin in August.  Questions should be directed to Anne Bomstad Miller at Audubon High School.  She can be reached at abomstadmiller@audubon.k12.ia.us.

Roland Funeral Service is running Randy Alcorn’s “HAPPINESS” VIDEO SERIES for anyone interested in gatherings Wednesday 3:30 to 5:00 at 1011 E 10th St. In Atlantic. Call Amy Roland at 254-1266.

Love Steps Up – Infant & Pregnancy Loss Support Group. Held every other month at Cass County Health System in Conference Room 7 at 7 pm. Upcoming dates: July 6th, Sept 7th, Nov 2nd. Call 250-8862 with questions.

Breastfeeding Support Group – Open to all nursing or expecting mothers. Held on the third Thursday of every month at Cass County Health System in Conference Room 6 at 7 pm. Call 250-8862 with questions.

Atlantic Elk’s Bingo is every Wednesday night at the Elk’s Lodge. Door open at 6 pm, bingo starts at 6:30. This is open to the public. Please use the dining room door.

A support group helping those touched by dementia and alzheimer’s for family members and caregivers – “People Helping People” – will be held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Atlantic Specialty Care/Care Initiatives – in the chapel, 1300 E. 19th St., Atlantic. Call 249-4193 or 243-3952 for more information. Everyone is welcome – you are not alone.

Grief Share meets Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 pm at 1011 East 10th St. in Atlantic. 13 weeks of Grief Share Gatherings include workbook, video lessons and sharing times, each session can stand alone. No charge, donations for Grief Share are welcomed. Call Amy Jo Roland at 712-243-5492. This is sponsored by the Roland Funeral Home.

American Legion Memorial Building, also known as the Armory, will be open for tours Saturday afternoons through October and by request through Atlantic Chamber of Commerce. See the web site at Arise Atlantic for more details.

New SAA (Sex Addicts Anonymous) Meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm at the 12 Step House at 309 Elm Street in Atlantic. Details on SAA website, email atlanticssa@gmail.com or contact Tom at 712-269-0190.

Operation Barnabas meets every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Atlantic Iowa Western Community College campus.

A Free Community Dinner will be held every Tuesday at the Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic from 5:30 – 6:30 pm.

Join the Firehouse Flames for bingo every first Monday at the Memorial Building in Audubon. Doors open at 5:30 pm with a light lunch available, early bird bingo at 6:30 and regular bingo at 6:45 pm.

Myrtue Medical Center Public Health has scheduled several flu vaccination clinics. Immunization Clinics are held every other month during even-numbered months in 2017. Wednesday, June  7th is the next clinic date. Appointments are available from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Public Health HCCMS Family Services is located at 1408 E 10th St. Call 712-755-4422 or visit www.shelbycountyclinics.com. Clinic will also be held in Irwin, Earling, Westphalia, Shelby, Avoca, Defiance, Panama, Portsmouth and Elk Horn. Appointments are not needed for these clinics.

The Adair & Casey United Methodist Churches have opened the A-C Food Pantry in the Casey United Methodist Church. It is available to those living in the A-C Community School district the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Saturday of every month.

Divorce Care will be held at the Evangelical Free Church at 2:30 pm on Wednesdays with Treva Turpin. For more information call, 243-4738.

American Legion Post #43 meetings at the Armory at 7 pm. Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of every month.

HCCMS Family Planning is a program available for men and women of all ages, offering reproductive and other health services to help you get and stay healthy. They serve anyone requesting family planning services regardless of residency, household income or gender. In Cass County, your HCCMS office is located at Cass County Home Care, 1500 E 10th St., Atlantic, IA. For more information or to make an appointment call 712-243-7551 or 1-800-993-4345.

Weight Watchers meeting will be held on Thursdays at 5:30 pm at the United Church of Christ on 16th St. in Atlantic.

TOPS – Take Off Pounds Sensibly a non profit weight loss support group meets every Thursday in the 1st Assembly of God Church (1913 E. 22nd). Weigh in from 5-5:30 pm with meeting from 6-6:30pm. For more information call Barb at 243-6222.

Support group for people with Parkinson’s disease and their family, caregivers or befrienders is held the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 1-3 pm in the Commons room of Summerset Estates, the condos in the north end of the 3rd street in Fontanelle. For further directions or questions about this support group, call Lyle or LaVon at 641-745-4044.

Parkinson’s Support Group will be held the 3rd Wednesday each month at 2 pm at the Heritage House in Atlantic.

The Atlantic Lions Club takes used eye glasses and hearing aids. You can drop them off at these Atlantic locations: Hy-Vee, W & S Appliance, Fareway, or any Lions Club member.

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CITY OF ATLANTIC YARD WASTE SITE SUMMER HOURS:

effective July 1st, 2015:

The site is open seven days per week from 7:30-a.m. until dusk. The site is monitored by camera to catch illegal dumping. *** City of Atlantic officials remind citizens to bring ONLY trees, branches, grass, garden waste, and/or leaves. ***

SHELBY COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT CLINICS:

The Shelby County Public Health Department has the following available services at their office location, 2712 12th Street, in Harlan:

Immunization Clinic for Children:  Immunization Clinics are held every other month during even-numbered months in 2017. Wednesday, December 6th is the next clinic date. Appointments are available from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Appointments are recommended to save time but not required. Walk-ins are welcome. Make appointments by calling 755-4422 or at www.shelbycountyclinics.com. Please ask for Dawn Klein if you have questions or need to make an appointment for a different day or time.

The Shelby County Public Health Nursing Department at Myrtue Medical Center offers immunizations to infants and children through age 18 that qualify under the Vaccine for Children (VFC) program guidelines. These vaccines are offered to children with Medicaid coverage, children without any health insurance coverage, children with health insurance that does not cover any of the cost of these immunizations or children of American Indian or Alaskan Native descent.

Immunizations are free for children that qualify for the VFC program.   An administration fee of $14 per child will be charged, unless the child is covered by Medicaid. If you have insurance that pays for immunizations including Hawk-i, please call Myrtue Medical Clinic at 755-5130 to schedule an appointment there.

Immunizations offered are: DTaP (diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus), Polio, MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella), Hib (haemophilus influenza type B), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Influenza, Varicella (chicken pox), Rotavirus, Pneumococcal, Meningococcal Quadrivalent, Meningitis B, Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria & pertussis for older kids & teens) and HPV (Human Papillomavirus, Gardasil 9, for both boys and girls).

Family Planning Services: This month our Family Planning Provider Clinic will be held on December 19th from 8:30-11:00 A.M. Provider clinics are necessary for those who need annual/initial exams or long term contraceptive care. Our Family Planning Nurse Clinic will be held on December 7th, 3:00-4:30 p.m., December 14th, 3:00-4:30 P.M. and December 28th from 3:00-4:30 P.M. These clinics are for consultations, contraceptive refills, STD testing and depo injections. Please call to schedule an appointment. For more information concerning the availability of family planning or women’s health services please call 712-263-3303 for assistance. Family Planning services are also available in Logan, Atlantic, Denison and Onawa.

Lead Screening: This important health screening is available at all immunization clinics or at the Public Health office by appointment for children 12 months to 6 years of age. Lead testing is recommended yearly for every child in this age group.

Learning For Life program offers a home visitation program for families with children from prenatal through age 5. The curriculum uses the Parents as Teachers model, which helps parents, prepare their children for learning and school entry. Assistance with proper installation of car seats for children is also available. Major funding for this program is provided by Harrison/Monona/Shelby Early Childhood Iowa.

Tobacco Cessation:   Call Quitline Iowa at 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8869) for information on quitting smoking or visit them online @ www.QUITLINEIOWA.org where you can learn more about Quitline Iowa services. Quitline Iowa is offering free nicotine replacement therapy (gum, lozenges or patches) for persons receiving Medicaid or Medicare insurance. Call 1-800-784-8869 or go online to get started with the tobacco-cessation coaching staff.

Blood Pressure Screening:  Public Health offers free blood pressure screenings.  Appointments preferred but will walk-ins are welcome. Please call 712-755-4422 for an appointment.  Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Maternal Health Support Group: Pregnant women are welcome to join the Mothers and Babies Support Group. The goal of the group is to improve health outcomes for mothers and babies. Assistance with transportation and child care is available if needed. Group members also receive incentive items to prepare for the baby’s delivery. If interested, call Cara Cacy at 712.755.4406 for more information.

Care For Yourself & Check the Girls: These programs provide free or low-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings to qualified women.  Regular screening is the best way to prevent and detect cancer in its earliest stages.  Contact Dawn Klein for more information 712-755-4312.

For further information about any of these programs or other public health services, contact Lori Hoch, Director of Public Health, Myrtue Medical Center, at 712-755-4423.

WIC CLINIC

West Central Community Action

WIC clinic is held at the Atlantic Head Start Center located 2 miles north of Atlantic on Olive Street.

Parking is limited to the north side of bldg under the Pine trees and use north door entry into the gym. 712-243-5421

All WIC clients must now have an appointment for either a nutrition talk or to certify in order to get checks. If client doesn’t have either, then need to call the Harlan WIC Office at 1-800-338-4129

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