For locals wanting a good meal without the hassle of home cooking, dine-in wait times or drive-through lines, Bolivar Technical College’s parking lot is the place to go in October.
The Bolivar Bowling Co., 1827 W. Broadway St., will host chamber members, prospective members and guests from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, for a free Fall After Hours Social.
Citizens Memorial Healthcare CEO Donald Babb will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, Oct. 10, Bolivar Area Chamber of Commerce Networking@Noon luncheon in the community rooms at CMH, 1500 N. Oakland Ave., Bolivar.
The 80th annual Southwest Electric Cooperative members meeting Saturday, Sept. 21, in Mabee Chapel on the campus of Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar drew around 2,000 attendees, according to a SWEC Cooperative news release.
Locals searching for personalized, Polk County-sourced items can now turn to The Crafter’s Den, a new store that opened doors for business Monday, Sept. 2, on Bolivar’s square.
Following a series of changes to storefronts and buildings in and near downtown Bolivar previously covered in the BH-FP, another location on the square could see new life under new ownership.
Citizens Memorial Hospital will host a free Lunch and Learn seminar on sepsis from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, in the CMH Community Rooms, 1500 N. Oakland, Bolivar. Information will be presented by board certified hospitalist, Garrett Alderfer, M.D.
Tyten, Tyler and DaKotah Lear, owners of Elite Gun Jewelry & Pawn and Bolivar Auto Sales & Detailing, present Polk County Deputy Michael Smith and Bolivar Police Officer Riley Ankrom with a $2,000 donation checked for Bolivar’s Shop with a Cop program.
Carah Hicks, a licensed practical nurse with Citizens Memorial Home Care Services in Bolivar, was named the CMH DAISY Award winner for July 2019. Hicks received the award Tuesday, July 30.
As construction crews were sifting through the bricks, old wood and dust inside Roweton’s Home Center Warehouse on North Springfield Avenue, they found a series of historic items from the building’s past lives.