The Village of Eagleville
A Small Town with a Big Tomorrow!
Tuesday, November 11
The North Harrison student body and staff paid tribute to our local veterans Tuesday, November 11.  Veterans and their spouses were invited to join the students for breakfast in the cafeteria.  Community members were invited to attend the assembly in the high school gymnasium.  
The Veterans and spouses from the Eagleville Memorial Post 56, American Legion presented the colors and were honored during the ceremony. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Kadyn Hukill.   The National Anthem was presented by Kamden Robertson, son of Veteran Garrett Robertson. The band and choir performed My America.  

In observance of Veteran’s Day, the American Legion sponsored a poster contest for elementary students and an essay contest for middle school and high school students. This year several North Harrison students participated in the contests, and members of the Eagleville Memorial Post 56 honored the top three posters and essays from each group. Those placing in the top three  received a certificate of appreciation and recognition. In addition, the winners received $50 dollars; second place received $25 dollars and third place received 15 dollars.
 
Congratulations to all of the poster winners. Please take a moment to look at the winning posters here on display. 3rd place: Nick Babinski, 2nd Place: Halle Morgan, and1st place: Mary Beth Collins. Congratulations to Mardee Sadowsky for writing the winning middle school essay. 3rd Place: Collin Briggs, 2nd Place: Ashlynn Niffen.

Mr. Wayne Milligan performed a violin solo for to honor the veterans. Wayne served as a member of the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. 
The guest speaker will be Missouri National Guard Sgt. Clint Bain, a 2006 graduate of North Harrison.  Sgt. Bain recently became a National Guard recruiter. In his eight years of service, four of those years have been on active duty orders through the National Guard.  
 
In 2003, the mother of a serviceman who was deployed to Iraq established the “Quilts of Valor Foundation.” Quilts of Valor was designed to make certain that returning warriors were welcomed home with the love and gratitude by creating special handmade quilts for them. These wartime quilts, called “Quilts of Valor” would be a reminder to service men and women of America’s appreciation and gratitude.  

Two “Quilts of Valor” were on display throughout the program. One was handmade by Mary Lou White and was presented to Bob Richardson for his service. The second quilt was stitched by Janet Ury. Ron and Janet Ury were very pleased to present this “Quilt of Valor” to Mr. Richard Rucker. Mr. Rucker was drafted into the army in 1971 at 19 years of age. He served terms in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and two terms in Iraq. He retired from the Army in 2011 after 40 years and 9 months of service. 
The North Harrison students and staff were so happy to be able to celebrate Veteran's Day with the Veteran's from our Community!
North Harrison Health Fair
Thursday, November 21

1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
November 07, 2013
North Harrison will hold a Health Fair on Thursday, November 21 in the Multi-Purpose Room from 1:30 - 6:00 PM.  A list of health fair participants follows which will include some participants who target children and others that are more targeted for community members.  All community members are invited to participate.

Harrison County Community Hospital

HCCH will provide information about its hospital and medical clinic services.  There will be giveaways for all students and community members.  HCCH will also offer coupons for significant discounts on four lab screenings: 

1. Complete Blood Count/Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Profile
2.  Hemoglobin A1c for Diabetes
3.  Prostate-Specific Antigen
4.  Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

Blood will not be drawn on site, so individuals do not need to fast before the health fair.  Individuals may visit HCCH to get their blood drawn.  Coupons will be valid through Dec. 20.

Home Health of Harrison County Community Hospital

The Home Health staff will be offering flu shots which are fully covered by Medicare and Medicade.  For individuals paying out of pocket, the cost is $25.00.  Home Health staff members will also provide free blood pressure checks and information about their services.

Green Hills Community Action Agency

The Green Hills Community Action Agency provides a variety of programs for low-income individuals and families in a nine-county area of Northern Missouri.

Harrison County Sheriff's Department

The Sheriff's Department will offer free finger printing for the students and demonstrate "drunk goggles" to simulate the effects of alcohol impairment.  In partnership with the DEA, the Sheriff's Department will also be accepting expired or unneeded medications for safe disposal.

Northwest Health Service/Cainsville Clinic

The Cainsville Clinic will provide fire safety tips

Harrison County Health Department

The Health Department will offer information about their education programs, public health services, and Harrison County Hospice.

North Harrison Ambulance

The ambulance crew will have health and safety information.

Senior Life Solutions

Senior Life Solutions, a part of HCCH, will provide information about their group counseling program for older adults dealing with stresses brought on by aging, loss of spouse, or changes in mental and physical abilities.

CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri)

CLAIM is a nonprofit organization that provides free, unbiased information about Medicare to Missourians.  Local counselors answer questions and help individuals get the most from their Medicare benefits.
North Harrison Health Fair
Thursday, November 21

1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
November 07, 2013
North Harrison will hold a Health Fair on Thursday, November 21 in the Multi-Purpose Room from 1:30 - 6:00 PM.  A list of health fair participants follows which will include some participants who target children and others that are more targeted for community members.  All community members are invited to participate.

Harrison County Community Hospital

HCCH will provide information about its hospital and medical clinic services.  There will be giveaways for all students and community members.  HCCH will also offer coupons for significant discounts on four lab screenings: 

1. Complete Blood Count/Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Profile
2.  Hemoglobin A1c for Diabetes
3.  Prostate-Specific Antigen
4.  Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

Blood will not be drawn on site, so individuals do not need to fast before the health fair.  Individuals may visit HCCH to get their blood drawn.  Coupons will be valid through Dec. 20.

Home Health of Harrison County Community Hospital

The Home Health staff will be offering flu shots which are fully covered by Medicare and Medicade.  For individuals paying out of pocket, the cost is $25.00.  Home Health staff members will also provide free blood pressure checks and information about their services.

Green Hills Community Action Agency

The Green Hills Community Action Agency provides a variety of programs for low-income individuals and families in a nine-county area of Northern Missouri.

Harrison County Sheriff's Department

The Sheriff's Department will offer free finger printing for the students and demonstrate "drunk goggles" to simulate the effects of alcohol impairment.  In partnership with the DEA, the Sheriff's Department will also be accepting expired or unneeded medications for safe disposal.

Northwest Health Service/Cainsville Clinic

The Cainsville Clinic will provide fire safety tips

Harrison County Health Department

The Health Department will offer information about their education programs, public health services, and Harrison County Hospice.

North Harrison Ambulance

The ambulance crew will have health and safety information.

Senior Life Solutions

Senior Life Solutions, a part of HCCH, will provide information about their group counseling program for older adults dealing with stresses brought on by aging, loss of spouse, or changes in mental and physical abilities.

CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri)

CLAIM is a nonprofit organization that provides free, unbiased information about Medicare to Missourians.  Local counselors answer questions and help individuals get the most from their Medicare benefits.
North Harrison Health Fair
Thursday, November 21
1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
November 07, 2013
North Harrison will hold a Health Fair on Thursday, November 21 in the Multi-Purpose Room from 1:30 - 6:00 PM.  A list of health fair participants follows which will include some participants who target children and others that are more targeted for community members.  All community members are invited to participate.
Harrison County Community Hospital
HCCH will provide information about its hospital and medical clinic services.  There will be giveaways for all students and community members.  HCCH will also offer coupons for significant discounts on four lab screenings: 
1. Complete Blood Count/Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Profile
2.  Hemoglobin A1c for Diabetes
3.  Prostate-Specific Antigen
4.  Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
Blood will not be drawn on site, so individuals do not need to fast before the health fair.  Individuals may visit HCCH to get their blood drawn.  Coupons will be valid through Dec. 20.
Home Health of Harrison County Community Hospital
The Home Health staff will be offering flu shots which are fully covered by Medicare and Medicade.  For individuals paying out of pocket, the cost is $25.00.  Home Health staff members will also provide free blood pressure checks and information about their services.
Green Hills Community Action Agency
The Green Hills Community Action Agency provides a variety of programs for low-income individuals and families in a nine-county area of Northern Missouri.
Harrison County Sheriff's Department
The Sheriff's Department will offer free finger printing for the students and demonstrate "drunk goggles" to simulate the effects of alcohol impairment.  In partnership with the DEA, the Sheriff's Department will also be accepting expired or unneeded medications for safe disposal.
Northwest Health Service/Cainsville Clinic
The Cainsville Clinic will provide fire safety tips
Harrison County Health Department
The Health Department will offer information about their education programs, public health services, and Harrison County Hospice.
North Harrison Ambulance
The ambulance crew will have health and safety information.
Senior Life Solutions
Senior Life Solutions, a part of HCCH, will provide information about their group counseling program for older adults dealing with stresses brought on by aging, loss of spouse, or changes in mental and physical abilities.
CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri)
CLAIM is a nonprofit organization that provides free, unbiased information about Medicare to Missourians.  Local counselors answer questions and help individuals get the most from their Medicare benefits.
North Harrison Health Fair
Thursday, November 21

1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
November 07, 2013
North Harrison will hold a Health Fair on Thursday, November 21 in the Multi-Purpose Room from 1:30 - 6:00 PM.  A list of health fair participants follows which will include some participants who target children and others that are more targeted for community members.  All community members are invited to participate.

Harrison County Community Hospital

HCCH will provide information about its hospital and medical clinic services.  There will be giveaways for all students and community members.  HCCH will also offer coupons for significant discounts on four lab screenings: 

1. Complete Blood Count/Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Profile
2.  Hemoglobin A1c for Diabetes
3.  Prostate-Specific Antigen
4.  Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

Blood will not be drawn on site, so individuals do not need to fast before the health fair.  Individuals may visit HCCH to get their blood drawn.  Coupons will be valid through Dec. 20.

Home Health of Harrison County Community Hospital

The Home Health staff will be offering flu shots which are fully covered by Medicare and Medicade.  For individuals paying out of pocket, the cost is $25.00.  Home Health staff members will also provide free blood pressure checks and information about their services.

Green Hills Community Action Agency

The Green Hills Community Action Agency provides a variety of programs for low-income individuals and families in a nine-county area of Northern Missouri.

Harrison County Sheriff's Department

The Sheriff's Department will offer free finger printing for the students and demonstrate "drunk goggles" to simulate the effects of alcohol impairment.  In partnership with the DEA, the Sheriff's Department will also be accepting expired or unneeded medications for safe disposal.

Northwest Health Service/Cainsville Clinic

The Cainsville Clinic will provide fire safety tips

Harrison County Health Department

The Health Department will offer information about their education programs, public health services, and Harrison County Hospice.

North Harrison Ambulance

The ambulance crew will have health and safety information.

Senior Life Solutions

Senior Life Solutions, a part of HCCH, will provide information about their group counseling program for older adults dealing with stresses brought on by aging, loss of spouse, or changes in mental and physical abilities.

CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri)

CLAIM is a nonprofit organization that provides free, unbiased information about Medicare to Missourians.  Local counselors answer questions and help individuals get the most from their Medicare benefits.