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BSA Health System holds care fair

AMARILLO — BSA Health System will be holding the BSA Care Fair, a free community-wide health fair on Saturday, April 13 in the BSA auditorium, located on the second floor, from 7 to 10 a.m.
The fair will include a free blood pressure measurement and blood draw to test triglycerides, cholesterol and glucose levels. For accurate results, all participants are encouraged to fast for at least eight hours prior to having their blood drawn.

Free Easter celebrations at Cabela’s

Families are invited to celebrate Easter at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s this spring by enjoying FREE photos with the Easter Bunny, crafts for the kids and an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. Plus, kids can eat free at all Bass Pro Shops signature restaurants while the Easter Bunny is in town.
WHEN: Saturday, April 13 through Sunday April 21*
WHERE: Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s locations across North America
For a full list of retail locations visit www.basspro.com/stores
COST: FREE
MORE: Free family photos with the Easter Bunny
Families are invited to visit Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s for a FREE photo with the Easter Bunny.

What does a hospital mean to a small town?

Muleshoe Area Medical Center

(This is a series of question and answer segments for public information. The information is provided by the Muleshoe Area Medical Center Board of Directors)

ABOUT MAMC

Muleshoe Area Medical Center has been a part of Muleshoe,
Bailey County and the South Plains Region for over 70 years.
Designated a Critical Access Hospital, MAMC offers community
residents a wide range of services including:

Workforce Solutions South Plains to Host Agricultural Employer Forum

Lubbock— Agriculture employers across the South Plains are encouraged to attend the 2019 West Texas Agricultural Employer Forum on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the American Windmill Museum located at 1701 Canyon Lake Drive in Lubbock. Lunch will be provided. Workforce Solutions South Plains is presenting the event which will benefit employers involved in all aspects of agriculture, including; farming, ranching, cotton ginning, warehousing, dairy and vineyards.

Muleshoe resident elected President of National Ranching Heritage Association

LUBBOCK — During the annual meeting of the National Ranching Heritage Association, the membership elected TOM WATSON, rancher from Muleshoe, President of the organization. BEDFORD JONES, rancher from Spur, was elected Vice President, and MARK KIRKPATRICK, rancher from Post, was elected Secretary/Treasurer.
The National Ranching Heritage Center, located on the campus of Texas Tech University, is a museum and historical park consisting of 50 historic ranch structures. The site is open to the public.
The Ranching Heritage Association’s purpose is to support the Center in its mission: preserving and interpreting the history of ranching in North America and addressing contemporary ranching issues.