On March 6th, Buffalo Wild Wings of Farmington will be donating 20% of their proceeds to help support the LIFE Center for Independent Living!The LIFE Center has partnered with the folks at BWW to provide YOU the opportunity to show how much you care. Simply print the ticket below or take a photo of it with your phone so you can show it to your server on March 6th, and 20% of your purchase will be donated to the LIFE Center. This will work on all dine-in, pick-up, and website orders, but WILL NOT include
Precision Eye Care is pleased to announce that Dr. Logan England has joined our practice. Dr. England began seeing patients in February 2024. Dr. England is a lifelong resident of Farmington and graduated from Farmington High School. After high school, he attended UMSL and graduated in 2021 with a Doctorate of Optometry degree. Dr. England states, "Farmington has always been home to me and and I am excited to live and work in the community once again." Call (573) 756-2020 for an appointment to see Dr.
As a wife, mom, and the principal at Farmington High School, Jamie LaMonds, 47, juggles a number of roles, responsibilities, and activities on any given day. It’s the standard operating procedure for many women – tending to others often means your own health and needs can get overlooked. That was the case for LaMonds. The signs – blurred vision, disorientation, migraine headaches, and numbness in her right hand and leg – had been happening on and off for months. But it reached a turning point one fall
Farmington, MO – February 13, 2024 – To further enhance Parkland Health Center’s commitment to lactation, the hospital’s mother-baby nurses recently completed the Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) training to become CLCs. The hospital has nine CLCs on staff, who are dedicated to the promotion, protection, and support of breastfeeding. Additionally, these CLCs participate in ongoing education on various breastfeeding topics, including the power of skin-to-skin; addressing latch pain; optimal hold
Farmington, Missouri (February 2, 2024) – The City of Farmington released information today regarding Spring Cleanup Week. City crews will begin at 7:30am each day. Please have all items at the curb or in the alley. We will not take anything your trash service takes such as trash bags, cardboard boxes, or items in garbage cans. No leaves, limbs, brush, lumber, shingles, siding, or construction waste products will be picked up. No liquids or hazardous materials. We will not take anything larger than two
Swing for a good cause! Grab your friends, skip the office and unleash your competitive spirit at YFC's annual 4-Person Golf Scramble Fundraiser. Friday, May 10 at Terre du Lac Country Club. Prizes, Mulligans, and Skills Game. Drawing for all Early Birds registered by April 12th. To register your team, go to www.yfcparkland.org/support and click the "GOLF" button!
&##127775; Meet the Heart Behind Little Learners &##127822; CEO Ashley Smith, with two decades of experience in early childhood programs, founded Little Learners. Two years ago in Farmington, after serving other programs for 20 years, she established the Spectrum Center, a non-profit catering to children with special needs, inspired by her own child. Seeking a supportive community, Ashley built one herself. Little Learners isn't just an early childhood center with after-school programs; it's the
Opening a franchise can be an exciting opportunity, but like any business venture, it comes with its own set of pros and cons. Before embarking on this path, it's important to consider both the advantages and disadvantages of franchising. The Farmington Regional Chamber of Commerce offers the following points for your consideration.Pros:Lower Risk than From-Scratch Business One of the key advantages of opening a franchise is that the inherent risk is lower than starting a business from scratch.