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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. ***

The gates to Sunnyside Park in Atlantic are CLOSED and will remain closed throughout the winter season.

FOUND: Dark brown dog, mixed, no collar, 50 plus pounds, missing several teeth, white on underbelly. Found 1/26 north of the Interstate past A.C. Nelson RV’s on Falcon Ave. Cell: 262-716-5251. (1/27/16)

LOST: A female dog. The boxer breed, fawn (light brown)-colored 50-pound dog jumped out of a pickup during a crash northwest of Atlantic Tuesday morning. She has a blue leather collar w/Avoca and Shelby Veterinary tags. If found, call 402-680-1949. (1/13/16)

FOUND: Spaniel type hunting dog near Hamlin.  Dog is white with brown/golden spots and is wearing an orange collar.  Hanging around a home 5 1/2 miles Northeast of Hamlin.  Call 712-268-2609.

LOST: Tri-colored Corgi, mostly black, female, no collar, was a rescue dog so is scared might not come easily to someone, does not bite. Lost in Exira, offering a reward. 712-268-2718. (10/26/15)

LOST: Golden retriever was lost last Dec. 24, he’s red. I have his papers and he has a ratio in him. There is reward for him. My kids miss him. I have put flyers out and on craigslist. We would like him home. (11/16/2015)

LOST: Beagle named Issac, last seen on 665th & White Pole Rd by Wiota. He has a green collar on, and was running with their yellow lab (lab is home now). Very friendly and there is a little girl missing him. Please call 712-249-5130 or 712-249-7242.

LOST: Chihuahua, brown and white named Wyatt. Lost around Hwy 71 near the Duke Arial/Valley area around noon on Sunday, Dec. 6th. If you have seen or picked up please call 243-1990. (12/7/2015)

FOUND: Little brown dog, mixed, black collar, male on 7th and Olive Street in Atlantic. 249-1378. (12/24/2015)

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

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, FEBRUARY 12

Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: February 12th, 19th, 26th, and on March 4th, 11th, & 18th.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

Annual Mineola German Heritage Dinner will be held on February 13th from 4:30 to 7:00 pm at St. John Lutheran Church, 605 Main St., Mineola, Iowa. The menu includes homemade German mettwurst (sausage), sauerkraut, fried potatoes, green beans, Jello salad, rye bread, pies and desserts, coffee and tea. The price is $12.00 for adults, $6.00 for children 5-12. Take outs are available as well as raw sausage links for sale. For questions, call 712-526-2268, e-mail to stjohnlutheranmineola@hotmail.com or visit our website www.stjohnlutheranchurchmineola.com.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14

60th Wedding Anniversary Open House for Kenny and Doris Blum will be held 2:00pm-5:00pm at the Legion Hall in Walnut.

Exira Lions Club Valentine Dinner will be held on February 14th from 11 am to 1:30 pm at the Exira Community Center. They will be serving pork chop or smothered steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, vegetable, roll, salad bar & dessert bar & drink. Cost is $12 for 13 and up, $7 for kids 6-12 and kids under 5 eat free.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Defiance on February 15th from noon – 6 pm at St. Peter’s Hall, 402 5th St.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Greenfield on February 16th from 11 am – 5 pm at the Nodaway Valley High School, 410 NW 2nd. St.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

A Dance will be held on February 17th. Gaylin Sudik Quartet will be performing at The Center, 714 Main St. Council Bluffs (712)323-5995, 7:00-10:00 pm. Members $5 and Non-Members $10 per person. In case of inclement weather Wednesday night dances will be cancelled if Council Bluffs Schools are closed.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18

A planning meeting for Produce in the Park will be held Thursday, February 18th, at 4:30 pm. at the Atlantic Area Chamber of Commerce meeting room. Producers, crafts people, bakers and anyone who would like to be involved are invited to attend. Contact Susan Retz, Emily Krengel, LaVon Eblen or Ouida Hargens for more information.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19

EHK Optimist soup supper will be held at the Elk Horn Fire Station on February 19th from  5-7 pm for a free will offering. Proceeds to Exira-EHK scholarships & youth programs.
In conjunction with the Danish Windmill a concert of Dwight Lamb with Jensen & Bugge (from Denmark) will be held.
Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: February 19th, 26th, and on March 4th, 11th, & 18th.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20

  An Adult Faith Family Presentation – Pray, Work, Rest and Play: A Rule of Life for Families with guest speakers Deacon Joel and Lisa Schmidt, will be held on February 20th from 3:15 to 6:30 pm at St. Mary’s Parish, Avoca. This is sponsored by the Adult Faith Committee of St. Mary’s, Avoca and St. Patrick’s, Walnut. Presentation agenda: 3:15 – 3:45 pm Gather & Welcome; 3:45-4:45 pm Keynote Speakers: Deacon Joel & Lisa Schmidt; 4:45-5:15 pm Small Group Discussion; 5:15 – 5:30 pm Proceed to Mass; 5:30 – 6:30 pm Mass. Reserve your seat today! Registration is required to schedule childcare. Email St. Mary’s Church at smpavaoca@walnutel.net Attn: Mary Pearson, or call 712-307-6279.

Audubon Country Players Dinner Theater Presents “A Farce of Nature” (Comedy) proceeds go for scholarships for the seniors in Audubon County. Shows will be held on March 4th and 5th, 2016. Doors open at 6:00 pm Agri Hall in Audubon Iowa. Advanced tickets only $25.00 each. Tickets go on sale now, contact Marlene Englin for tickets 712-563-4555.

The Lewis Life Preservers 4th Annual Bingo Fundraiser will be held on February 20th from 12-3 pm at the Lewis Community Center. They will be serving chili, chili dogs, chips, desserts, drinks – coffee, lemonade, hot cider for $3.50 per meal. A 50/50 drawing will beheld, 50 cents for 1 ticket or $1 for 3 tickets. A quilt raffle will also be held – $1 for 1 or $5 for 6 tickets. Proceeds go to Lewis Life Preservers Relay For Life. Any questions contact: Joyce – 712-249-6914 or Kay – 712-254-0247.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21

St. John’s UCC Youth Group Soup Supper will be held on February 21st from 5 to 7 pm at St. John’s United Church of Christ located 1 mile south of Lyman. They will be serving chili, vegetable beef, and potato soup, along with bread, desserts, and a drink for a free will offering.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Corning on February 24th from 8 am – 2 pm at the Southwest Valley High School, Corning Campus, 904 8th St.

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Atlantic on February 24th from 8 am – 2:30 pm at the Cass County Memorial Hospital, 1501 E. 10th St.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25

A Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in Red Oak on February 25th from 8 am – 2 pm at the Montgomery County Hospital, 2301 Eastern Ave.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: February 26th, and on March 4th, 11th, & 18th.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27

The Cass County Chapter of Pheasants Forever will hold their 26th annual banquet on Saturday February 27th. Early bird registrations qualify an early bird drawing for a Browning Hunter BPS Twenty gauge shotgun! All registrations post marked on or before February 12th will get in the drawing! The Cass County Pheasants Forever Annual Banquet will be held at the Cass County Community Building on Saturday, February 27th. Tickets for members are $50 and include membership renewal and dinner. Spouse and non-member tickets are $20. Children under 18 yrs old are $15. We promise an enjoyable evening of fun and games for the whole family along with outstanding food, plus excellent prizes for men, women, and children. Get your registration in early So you don’t miss the large assortment of raffles and prizes, Cass County Pheasants Forever 26th Annual Banquet on February 27th at the Cass County Community Building in Atlantic! For more information call Rick Kanning at 712-249-2517

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2

Heifer Development Workshop will be held on March 2nd. The Program will focus on breeding & selecting for longevity & profit. The focus of this year’s series is on current genetic and phenotypic selection tools that can be utilized to improve cow longevity and enhance lifetime productivity. A meal will be served at each site and cost is $20 when preregistered three days prior to event. Walk-in registration is $25 per person with no guarantee of meal. Dates and locations (all will be held from 5 to 9 pm) are as follows:
March 2, Hansen Ag Student Learning Center, Ames
See session information and registration details on the Iowa Beef Center website, www.iowabeefcenter.org or contact your regional Extension beef specialist for details on a site near you. In Southwest Iowa, contact Beef Field Specialist Chris Clark at the Wallace Foundation Learning Center in Lewis by calling 712-769-2650 or emailing caclark@iastate.edu.

FRIDAY, MARCH 4

Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: March 4th, 11th, & 18th.

SATURDAY, MARCH 5

A legislative coffee is scheduled in Cass County for March 5th at 10 am at the Marne Community Center, 403 Washington, Street, Marne. The final legislative coffee will be held on April 2nd at 10 am at the Lewis Community Library, 506 West Main Street, Lewis. P.R.I.D.E. is the Progressive Rural Iowa Development Enterprise, the economic development organization that works on behalf of communities, businesses, and citizens for Southwest Iowa development. For additional information, please contact Clarke Gerlock at 712-774-5476, or Kenner Baxter, president, at 781-2395.

The Iowa Arts Council is inviting Iowans to “Meet the Artist” in a new series of statewide programs featuring artist talks and workshops led by Iowa’s 2015 Artist Fellowship recipients.
The artists’ tour will make a stop in Greenfield on March 5th, at the Warren Cultural Center, 154 Public Square. Artists attending will be Rachel Buse, who makes sculptures and drawings; Matt Drissell, who creates visual art that addresses themes of sustainability; Larassa Kabel, a visual artist who uses photorealistic drawings, paintings and prints; Lisa Schlesinger, a playwright/writer/theatre activist; and Rob Stephens, a printmaker who uses paint, silkscreen, comic book sequences, and woodcut prints. The event begins at 2 pm with a Zine Making Workshop led by visual Buse and Stephens. Zine making is a self-publishing art form printed on photocopy machines. At 4 pm all the artists will talk about their works, describing some of the pieces they are displaying in a pop-up exhibit in the WCC’s gallery. A reception at 5 pm will allow attendees more time to visit with the artists. Artist talks and workshops are free and open to the public.

SUNDAY, MARCH 6

Minden United Church of Christ is serving a Staley’s Chicken Dinner on March 6th from 11-1:30 pm. Meal includes Staley’s Chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, stuffing, green beans, corn, dinner roll, salad, pie, and beverage. Cost is $10 for adults and children 12 and under are $6, kids under 2 are free. Carry-outs are available, 712-483-2903. Minden United Church of Christ is located at 106 Lincoln St., Minden

THURSDAY, MARCH 10

A Community Impact Fundraising Event will be held on March 10th to benefit the Lewis Life Preservers on March 10th from 5-8 pm at the Atlantic Pizza Ranch. Pizza Ranch will donate 10% of your guest check to the organization.

FRIDAY, MARCH 11

Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: March 11th, & 18th.

FRIDAY, MARCH 18

Knights of Columbus Baked & Fried Fish Supper will be served from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Parish Center in Atlantic every Friday during Lent. The Lenten menu includes: Alaskan pollock, baby red potatoes, home made coleslaw, green beans, garlic bread, coffee, tea, milk and orange drink. Cost for the supper is $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All proceeds go to support the Knight of Columbus scholarships to be awarded to our local High School graduates. Desserts are available for a free will offering to support Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Youth group activities. Lenten meal is served on: March 18th.

SATURDAY, APRIL 2

A legislative coffee is scheduled in Cass County for April 2nd at 10 am at the Lewis Community Library, 506 West Main Street, Lewis. P.R.I.D.E. is the Progressive Rural Iowa Development Enterprise, the economic development organization that works on behalf of communities, businesses, and citizens for Southwest Iowa development. For additional information, please contact Clarke Gerlock at 712-774-5476, or Kenner Baxter, president, at 781-2395.

EXTRAS ….

VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) services will once again be offered every Thursday evening at the Guthrie County Extension Office starting January 21st through April 14th. This service is for low and moderate income families with an income of $57,000 or less. Only basic State and Federal returns will be processed. Appointments will be scheduled starting Friday, January 15th.

High school seniors pursuing a career in agriculture or an ag-related field are invited to apply for West Central® Cooperative’s 2015-2016 Excellence in Agriculture scholarship. The Excellence In Agriculture scholarship program awards four $1,500 scholarships for any accredited post-secondary program. Applications are available at any West Central location, from area high school guidance counselors, or online at west-central.com. Scholarship Requirements: 1. Applicant and/or parent must be a voting member, in good standing, of West Central. 2. Applicant must be a high school senior and graduate in the spring of the 2015-2016 school year. 3. Applicant must have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale through his/her junior year. 4. Applicant must pursue a career in agriculture or enter an ag-related field of study at any accredited post-secondary school of his or her choice. 5. Dependents of directors and officers of West Central are not eligible to apply for these scholarships. Applications must be returned by Jan. 29, 2016. If you have questions regarding West Central’s Excellence In Agriculture scholarship program, please contact Alicia Clancy, Director of Communications, at (712) 667-3334.

 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.

 The Atlantic Medical Center is offering influenza vaccines Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 11:00 am and from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm and on Saturdays from 8:30 am to 11:00 am.  No appointments are necessary.  They have flu vaccines in doses for all age groups, including the flu mist.  It takes about two weeks for the vaccine to provide full protection.

Myrtue Medical Center Public Health has scheduled several flu vaccination clinics. 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.

The last day the Atlantic Coca-Cola Center and Museum will be open for the season is November 30th. It will be closed starting December 1st until the spring. It will be available for groups during the winter by appointment only. Please contact the Atlantic Area Chamber of Commerce to make an appointment for your group, 712-243-3017.

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.

Eagles Charity Bingo is every Wednesday night and is open to the public. Doors open at 4:30, early birds at 6:30 with regular games starting at 7 pm. The current charity is for Teigan Kinze, a child with many medical problems.

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:

Immunization Clinic for Children: Immunization Clinics will be held every other month during even-numbered months in 2015. Wednesday, December 2nd is the next clinic date. Appointments will be available from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) Vaccine Seventh Grade School Requirement: A new Iowa law requires a one-time booster dose of Tdap for students entering 7th grade. Students born on or after September 15, 2000 will need a Tdap booster if they have not received a vaccine containing pertussis since they were seven years old. We will be offering Immunization Clinic for 3 hours the first Wednesday of each month. Pre-register each child for an appointment at www.shelbycountyclinics.com or call 755-4422. Vaccines are free to children that qualify. An administration fee of $14 per client will be charged. If the client has Medicaid our office will bill Medicaid the fee. If you have insurance that pays for immunizations or hawk-i please call Myrtue Medical Clinic @ 712-755-5130 to make an appointment there.Immunizations offered are seasonal flu, DTaP (diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus), polio, MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella), Hib (haemophilus influenza type B), hepatitis B, hepatitis A, varicella (chicken pox), rotavirus, pneumococcal, meningococcal (meningitis), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria & pertussis), and human papillomavirus (HPV, Gardasil) vaccines. In 2009, the FDA approved the use of Gardasilinmales. They recommend it to males and females age 9 – 26.Please bring the child’s previous vaccination records. No appointment is needed and walk-ins are welcome. The Shelby County Public Health Nursing Department at Myrtue Medical Center is able to offer immunizations to infants and children through age18 that qualify under the Vaccine for Children (VFC) program guidelines. These free vaccines are offered to children with Medicaid coverage, children without any health insurance coverage, children of American Indian or Alaskan Native decent, or children with health insurance that does not cover any of the cost of routine immunizations.For Influenza vaccine please call the Community Health office at 755-4422 for an appointment.

Family Planning:  Two HCCMS Family Planning Clinics will be held in November. It is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3rd from 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Tuesday, November 24th from 8:00 am-noon. Tuesday, October 20th 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.  To schedule an appointment for family planning or women’s health services please call Rachel Birks at 712-755-4312. Family Planning services are also available without appointment every Tuesday afternoon between 1 and 5 p.m.

Lead Screening: Available at all Immunization clinics or at 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. Lead testing is required for Kindergarten entry. Childhood lead poisoning occurs when children are exposed to too much lead. Lead poisoning can be prevented. The only way to tell if your child has lead poisoning is to have a lead test.

Learning For Life program offers a home visitation program for families with children from prenatal through age 5. The curriculum used for home visits is the Parents as Teachers model and helps families prepare their children for learning and school entry. Assistance with proper car seats for children is also available.

Kid’s Korner is a program open to all families with children from prenatal through age 5 in Shelby County. Families earn points through a variety of healthy and developmental activities that can be used to shop in the store. Participation is free. Hours are Tuesdays 11:00a.m.-1:00p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays 1:30-4:30p.m. For more information contact Joan Kloewer at 712-755-4296.

Tobacco Cessation: Call Quitline Iowa at 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8869). For more information on quitting smoking, call 755-4422.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON ANY OF THESE PROGRAMS, CONTACT MYRTUE MEDICAL CENTER, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH AT 712-755-4422.

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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