Friends of the Library held their bi-monthly meeting on Monday, September 10 at the Bradford Memorial Library. The group meets in the Clymer room downstairs and joyfully welcomes new members.
The recent topic of discussions revolved around the upcoming Fall Book and Bake Sale, scheduled for October 4-6, and the Annual Sloppy Joe Dinner and Dessert Auction, to be held October 26th at the Civic Center. Both events benefit the Friends of the Library.
Proceeds are used for various activities.
From providing funds to purchase books for the Outreach Program, which benefits those who are homebound in El Dorado, in the hospital, or are in a nursing home or assisted living facility; to purchasing books to be given out during Trick or Treat Down the Street, the goal is always the same, supporting the Bradford Memorial Library.
Located in the Clymer Room on the the lower level of the Library, the hours for the Book & Bake Sale will be Thursday, October 4th from 5-8p; Friday, October 5th from 9a-5p; and Saturday, October 6th from 9a-2p. Books will be .50 each or $7.00 a bag.
Tickets for the Sloppy Joe Dinner and Dessert Auction will be available for purchase during the Book and Bake Sale. Tickets are $8 a person.
Coaches are needed for the youth fall sports activities operated by the YMCA in partnership with the City of El Dorado Parks and Recreation Department. There are not enough coaches to cover all the teams, which include flag football, soccer and volleyball.
Teams have formed as practice begins this week with games starting next week. Several of the volunteers are coaching more than one team.
If you would like to volunteer, contact
- Wendy at the YMCA, 316-320-9622 or
- the City of El Dorado at 316-321-9100
The Summit Park restroom was vandalized with graffitti and distruction of towel holders and partitions. Fires were started inside as well.
Call CRIMESTOPPERS with any information 316-321-1080
The ribbon cutting, hosted by the El Dorado Chamber of Commerce, for the Coutts Museum of Art’s Cornerstone Gift Shop and Capital Campaign Headquarters. The official Grand Opening was held today with guest from the community in attendance as well as museum patrons.
The gift shop highlights works of art by local artisians as well as national artists with an El Dorado connection.
After exhibiting art at the museum, artists can choose to sell their art through the gift shop with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the Captial Campaign.
Visit Coutts Museum of Art to learn more.