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presented by McDonald’s® of the Ozarks

6:00pm | White River Conference Center Put on your favorite red shoes and enjoy an evening of dinner, dancing and an all-new show by OWN Network star and recording artist Jake Simpson celebrating the 100th birthday year of Frank Sinatra. The event also features the “Shoebox Surprise,” Red Shoe Cam, signature drinks and more! Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available, and we want you to join us! For more information, call 417-875-3505 and visit

2016 All-Star Weekend The 15th Annual Sertoma GRIN IRON CLASSIC proved to be one of the best games yet as the West team defeated the East 16-15 in the all-star football matchup on June 3rd. The next day, the Southwest Missouri volleyball all-stars battled in a round-robin tournament and concluded in a championship game between the South and East with South taking the title in the 5th Annual Sertoma GRIN ACTION CLASSIC. This All-Star Weekend was presented by Heart of the Ozarks Sertoma Club and Delta Dental of Missouri, and hosted by RMHC of the Ozarks, the SW MO Football Coaches Association and the All Star Smiles Sertoma Club, benefiting the Tooth Truck, our Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®! We had fantastic sponsorship support from the Greater Springfield Dental Society, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and Westrock Orthodontics; along with in-kind support from McDonald’s, Mercy Sports Medicine, Price Cutter, McCann Printing and Mediacom. Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers for making these events possible with their hard work and dedication!

All-Star Smile Sertomans

Maggie Bradley

Sophie Harrington

Ashlee Luko

Randy Slocum

Heart of the Ozarks Sertomans

Carl Burton

Mary Jarvis

Sandy McNeive

TJ Slocum

Marc Burton

D’Ann Karr

Sandy Morris

Austin Stillings

Rachel Berry

Catelynn Classick

Crosby Keller

Karla Peck

Adam Stotts

Megan Blake

Marha Faucett

Justin Long

Ashlee Robinson

Linda Tenneson

Samantha Bornaman

Shawn Gott

Shannon Long

Micayla Shrimpton

Sara Wright

It’s not too early to add next year’s ALL-STAR Weekend to your calendar-- June 2nd & 3rd, 2017!

Heart of the House Staff House Near Cox South

From The Happy Anniversary 1 Year

Liz Hayes, House near Cox South Shawn Lowery, House near Cox South Linda Tenneson, House near Cox South

5 Years

Sandy Morris, House near Cox South Jonathan Price, House at Mercy Kids Rich Taylor, House near Cox South

Johnny Anderson Carson Baron Haley Barnett John Blocker Maggie Bradley Tyler Brasfield Tram Bui Paula Bunch Nadean Burnett Ashton Canfield Dave Canfield Phillip Canfield Nancy Carlson Susan Carter Alexis Christopher Nancy Clark Brittney Cowan Mikel Dashtipour Kathy Dennis Heather Cottle Dillon Blake Dowdy Judy Duncan Kim Fergus Madelyn Fergus Autumn Garner Becky Gillham Sharon Gillham Shawn Gott Fabian Goyes

Maria Goyes Amy Grubaugh Amber Guilliams Lauren Hamm Angela Hammond-Hill Darren Harrelson Laura Harrelson Mackenzie Harrelson Cindy Harris Liz Hayes Charity Hightree Link Hill Bella Hill Cliff HIll Karen Hill Zoe Hill Gracie Holt Kathy Jenkins Clayton Keller Kennedy Keller Savannah Keller Randi Kerr Trot Kinser True Kinser Betty Kniep Julia Kovacs Victoria Kubitschek Becky Lang Caroline Langley

House At Mercy Kids Tyler Austin Stephanie Boscatto Catelynn Classick Kim Clift Lizzie Collum Jennie Crabbe Brooke Davis Audrey Dlabach Megan Dwyer Sandy Emberton Rachel Farmer Becky Farris

Patti Garretson Josie Greeno Terry Greer Ann Griesemer Leslie Hatch Brenda Havens Kaley Hawkinson Carri Hummer Jessi Hummer Jenni Jacka Lillian Jacka Tyler Jones

Amber Lopez Shawn Lowery Misty Manes Adrienne McCoy Sandra McNeive Amber Marmon Brittany Means Eileen Meinsen Larry Meinsen Sandy Morris Grant Musick Jordan Myers Callie Nuse Ana Ortiz Julianna Parrish Karla Peck Kay Prost Monica Quinn Kennedy Randles Lexi Rawlings Lorinda Rehagen Cliff Ricketts Jan Ricketts Evan Roberts George Schlick Joan Schroeder Anne Schubert Debbie Slocum Randy Slocum

T.J. Slocum Alyssa Smith Dearicka Smith Mary Smith Grace Stagner Kim Stagner Brianna Steiert Brandon Taylor Karen Taylor Kelsey Taylor Kristina Taylor Rich Taylor Linda Tenneson Kyle Thompson Lauren Tiedeman Ava Uzzell Sondra Uzzell Tristen Uzzell Abigail Weitzel Lucy Weitzel Joanna Weitzel Scott Weitzel Travis Weitzel Sara Westbrooks Cathe Whittington Sara Wilken Arin Williams Meghan Zengel

Courtney Krueger Katelin Krusz Jordan Looney Micca Looney Ashlee Luko Beth Mecca Jianna Mills Kiera Mills Krista Mills Rebekah Mitts Alyssa Mondeaux Abby Monsees

Miranda Nelson Jonathan Price Karrington Prohaska Chandler Saner Mikaela Smith Vanessa Strathmann Serenity Sullinger Debbie Williams Rebecca Won

Welcome, New Volunteers To Houses Nancy Clark, Blake Dowdy, Amber Guilliams, Bella Hill, Cliff Hill, Karen Hill, Trot Kinser, True Kinser, Amber Lopez, Ashlee Luko, Krista Mills, Kiera Mills, Jianna Mills, Grant Musick, Callie Nuse, Julianna Parrish, Monica Quinn, Lexi Rawlings, Lorinda Rehagen, Alyssa Smith & Kyle Thompson

Heart Beats is published monthly for volunteers of Ronald McDonald House Charities® of the Ozarks and The Tooth Truck, Inc. Editor: Staci Holland The following trademarks used herein are owned by McDonald’s Corporation and its affiliates: McDonald’s, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Ronald McDonald House Charities logo, Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald House logo, Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, RMHC. The Tooth Truck name and logo are owned by The Tooth Truck, Inc.


RMHC Staff President & CEO Bonnie Keller House Program Director Staci Holland Tooth Truck Program Director Mindy Muñoz Project Manager Amber Price Assistant to the President Debbie Kinser Development Assistant Kim Booth Administrative Assistant Debbi Gafner

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE NEAR COX SOUTH House Manager Megan Schussler Associate House Manager Alicia Doran Assistant House Managers Karis Agnew Jacinda Canfield Crosby Keller Kayla Love Sara Wikoff Sara Wilken

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE AT MERCY KIDS House Manager Susan Green Associate House Manager Ely Wright Assistant House Managers Amy Crawford Bailey Ghan Josie Greeno Hannah Major Melanie Ward


Family Dinner

July & August Birthdays July 1 David Hamm

Banana Bunch Group

July 2 Debbi Gafner Alyssa Smith

What is your group’s name? The Banana Bunch- we coined the name after a member of our group wore a banana costume during one of our get-togethers!

July 9 Micah Scott July 10 Dr. Sarah Cimino Courtney Kreuger

How often do you serve dinner? We enjoy serving meals each month.

July 11 Shawn Gott

Do you have any special memories associated with serving dinner? We have bonded as a group and built a good relationship with one another. We are happy to be able to give back to others through the Family Dinner Program.

July 12 Scott Crise Rebekah Mitts July 13 Angela Hammond-Hill July 14 Bailey Ghan Kennedy Randles July 17 Micayla Shrimpton Dearicka Smith

How did you hear about our Family Dinner Program? Through CoxHealth, some members of our group have worked there and mentioned the Ronald McDonald House and this wonderful program.

July 18 Kim Fergus Kathy Jenkins July 19 Beth Mecca July 21 Susan Green

June & July Dinner Groups

July 26 Madelyn Fergus July 27 Carri Hummer

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE NEAR COX SOUTH Hillcrest Presbyterian Home Depot Just Friends Kettle Cookers Kirchner Small Group Knights of Columbus Knights Templar Lakeland Behavioral Health Lewis Family Little Caesar’s Pizza Marge Bell, Pat Schwartz, and Friends Nixa Church of the Nazarene Northside Christian Church Oak Grove Assembly Ozark Dialysis Ozark Freewill Baptist Church

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE AT MERCY KIDS ADsmith Arc of the Ozarks Battlefield United Methodist Church Berzins Family Clotfelter Family Destiny Church Destiny Church Switch Youth Group East Sunshine Church of Christ Extend Global Hillcrest Presbyterian Church Hotel Vandivort Houlihan’s Julie Gray & Friends Louise Morgan

Mercy 6B Nurses Mercy Communications Mercy Corporate Health & Wellness Mercy Imaging Mercy In-Patient Pharmacy Mercy Patient Access Mills Family MSU- Physical Therapy Students MSU- Students Mychelle & Jen Second Baptist Church Small Group Springfield Catholic The Golden’s Turning Point Church

August 22 Johnny Anderson

August 27 July 3 Tram Bui Megan Lambert August 31 July 6 Kristina Taylor Brian Asberry Mikel Dashtipour Alicia Doran Becky Farris Mindy Muñoz

How long have you been serving dinners at the Ronald McDonald House? Since March of 2016

Battlefield UMC Cerner Si3 Church of JCLDS- Chesterfield Ward Covenant Presbyterian CoxHealth Corporate and Employee Wellness Cox NICU Cox Pediatric Floor Eastside General Baptist Edith Ulrich Evergreen Baptist First Christian Church of Ash Grove The Girlfriends The Glassman Family Glendale Christian Church The Good Family HealthMEDX

August 21 Maria Goyes Cindy Harris

Rod Wilfong & Family Scottish Knights Templar Second Baptist Springfield Catholic Teresa and Jeff The Weitzel Family Union Grove Union Hill COC Open July Dinner Dates: July 22, 23, 24, & 31 Open August Dinner Dates: August 13, 19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, & 30

July 28 Charity Hightree August 4 Jenni Jacka August 8 Amber Guilliams August 9 Megan Dwyer Sue Eppler Andi Hilburn-Vaini August 10 Tamara Maddox August 11 Bella Hill August 13 Julianna Parrish Sondra Uzzell

Union Hill Church of Christ Union Hill Church of Christ Youth Group United Healthcare Wellington Hills Friends Wilson Family Wise Family & Friends Wright Family Open July Dinner Dates: July 23, 24, 26, 28 & 29 Open August Dinner Dates: August 6, 10, 12, 13, 18, 20, 24, 25, 29 & 30

August 14 Kathy Dennis Audrey Dlabach Lauren Hamm August 15 Blake Dowdy August 20 Megan Schussler


Wish List HAPPY WHEELS WISH LIST Small bottles of lotion Mini hand sanitizers Activity books (crossword puzzles, Sudoku, word finder) Small packs of crayons for the activity books Travel manicure sets Chapstick Individual packs of Kleenex Individually packaged snacks (Goldfish, granola bars, Teddy Grahams, gum, mints, Lifesavers, etc.) 12-ounce water bottles

HOUSE AT MERCY KIDS HE Laundry detergent Swiffer liquid Coffee filters Coffee & tea Magic Erasers Labels for food Drink mixes Hygiene products Gallon-size Ziploc bags Laundry baskets Aluminum foil

HOUSE NEAR COX SOUTH 8-gallon trash bags Individually wrapped breakfast items White queen deep pocket sheets (fitted and flat) White standard-size pillowcases White bath & hand towels White wash cloths Detergent Stamps 8 1/2 x 11 Paper K-cups Large Tupperware containers


Around the Houses Welcome,

Sara Wilken!

We would like to welcome our newest Assistant Manager, Sara Wilken, to our team! She is from Republic and will be attending Missouri State University this fall to study Elementary or Special education. Sara began volunteering at the Cox House about two years ago with some friends from high school and enjoyed it so much she decided to take the next step as a member of our staff! Her favorite hobby is running; she started running Cross Country and Track in middle school and continued throughout high school. Her goal is to run a marathon one day! One of the reasons she wanted to be an Assistant Manager was because of the volunteers. She said, “The Volunteers here are so friendly and I found a love for helping people in the community. It is a great place to volunteer and it is for a great cause.� We are thrilled to welcome you to our team as an Assistant Manager, Sarah!

Second Quarter 2016 Volunteer Hourly Awards Congratulations to all of our House volunteers who earned an hourly award during the second quarter! We celebrate your time, service and skills that you provide for our families and children during each of your shifts! Be sure to pick up your award at the House on your next shift!

COX HOUSE 25 Hours Dave Canfield Becky Lang Linda Tenneson 50 Hours Travis Weitzel Nancy Clark Lauren Hamm Mikel Dashtipour Kim Fergus Madelyn Fergus Cathe Whittington

100 Hours Brittany Deal 250 Hours Nadean Burnett Jordan Myers 1750 Hours Eileen Meinsen 3500 Hours Joan Schroeder

MERCY HOUSE 25 Hours Stephanie Boscatto Catelynn Classick Krista Mills Kiera Mills Karrington Prohaska Vanessa Strathman 50 Hours Kaley Hawkinson Courtney Krueger Rebecca Won


Volunteer Spotlight Catelynn Classick Catelynn Classick started volunteering at the House at Mercy Kids in February of this year. She is currently a student at Missouri State University majoring in cellular and molecular biology, and has plans to go to dental school upon graduation. She is an ambitious young lady and we’ve truly enjoyed getting to know her. Let’s learn more about Catelynn!

How did you hear about the Ronald McDonald House? In high school, I was involved in several clubs and societies that allowed me to explore numerous volunteer organizations. Upon entering college, I was required to volunteer at least 120 hours for my scholarship. I remembered how much fun it was volunteering through high school and knew I was called to the Ronald McDonald House. What is your favorite part about volunteering? My favorite part about volunteering is being able

to interact with the families staying at the House. Hearing their stories and seeing the way the family members encourage one another makes me smile. Knowing the little bit of cleaning and organizing that I do each week benefits the kind people who stay here makes the job worth it! What are your hobbies while not volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House? I love to play golf! It is such a relaxing sport (when I’m playing well) and allows me to enjoy the outdoors. I also enjoy hanging out with family and friends. I am involved in church and even teach a Sunday school class. I like to stay busy. What would you like to share with others thinking about being an RMH volunteer? I would tell anyone thinking about being a RMH volunteer to sign up immediately. The staff is always happy to work with busy schedules and tailor

Ronald McDonald Houses of the Ozarks HOUSE NEAR COX SOUTH STATS each volunteer experience to fit our likes and interests. The staff has always made me feel welcome and a part of the team. What else would you like to share about yourself? I am so grateful for the opportunity to volunteer for such a wonderful organization. Through my positive experience, I have even been able to recruit one of my best friends to volunteer! I plan on continuing to volunteer with the House for several years. I feel very blessed.

21st Annual Cup O’Cheer Homes Tour

Friday, November 18

This 21st annual Cup O’Cheer Homes Tour will showcase four of the area’s most beautiful homes adorned with holiday decor. The event will also feature the Cup O’Cheer Market at Springfield’s Diamond Room, an exclusive shopping experience and silent auction headlining the finest boutiques and gift merchants, along with “high tea” and desserts from Simply Delicious. The first 1,000 Homes Tour tickets come with a china teacup and saucer designed especially for the event by the team at BridgeBlue Sourcing Partners and Obelisk Home.

May 2016 Families Served........45 Nights................... 294 Families from Missouri.................. 31 Families from Other States.............14 Year-To-Date Families Served...... 168 Program-to-Date Families Served... 9,424

HOUSE AT MERCY KIDS STATS May 2016 Families Served........46 Nights................... 297 Families from Missouri..................40 Families from Other States...............6 Year-To-Date Families Served...... 175 Program-to-Date Families Served... 1,592

Tickets go on sale September 15 for $30 in advance or $35 the day of the event. Visit for more information. Many volunteer opportunities will also be available! If you’re interested in volunteering, contact Ely Wright at 417-820-0764 or at Mark your calendars now for this wonderful annual tradition!



Tooth Talk

of the Healthy Smiles Academy By: Emma Davis Truck

Megan Blake Samantha Bornaman Chelsea Carroll Catelynn Classick Olivia Collins Garrett Craigmiles Allie Dunton Matt Freihofer Sophie Harrington Linda Heslin Alex Krause Connie McCarter Stephanie Miller-Greer Caleb Murray Monica Quinn Terre Redmon Ashlee Robinson Micayla Shrimpton Bryson Starkey Adam Stotts Melinda Thurman Josh Wilhelm

Tooth Truck Wish List

We thought it would be fun to feature the Healthy Smiles Academy and Program Manager Tamara Maddox in an interviewstyle conversation. Tamara wants to share all the interesting and valuable information about this amazing program! The Healthy Smiles Academy just wrapped up a successful school year with 1,539 participants at 14 schools and 6 community programs. Enjoy part one of a two-part series getting to know Tamara and the Healthy Smiles Academy.

Can you tell our readers what exactly is the Healthy Smiles Academy? The Healthy Smiles Academy is a daily brushing program for students in the classroom setting. Our focus is on preschool and kindergarten classrooms at schools with a high percentage of free and reduced lunch. We started the program in Springfield schools in 2011 and have been expanding into neighboring districts and other community programs. The Healthy Smiles Academy teaches students how to take care of their teeth by brushing daily in their classrooms.

Action figures Matchbox cars Hair accessories (clips, headbands) Jewelry (necklaces, bracelets) Chapstick Handheld games DVDs for older children Outdoor toys (bubbles, sidewalk chalk, Frisbees, sports balls) Walmart gift cards


Far right: Tamara shares proper brushing techniques to a classroom during their first day of participation. Right: Tamara Maddox, the Program Manager of the Healthy Smiles Academy, and DecayAway Dragon Above: Even Superman brushes his teeth! We captured this cute moment during our first day launching at Pittman School

How is the Healthy Smiles Academy connected to the Tooth Truck? The Healthy Smiles Academy is an extension of the Tooth Truck. There was a strong desire to do more to establish proper oral hygiene habits at a young age so children would experience fewer cavities as they grow up. We first started in a local Early Childhood Center and quickly saw how successful the program could be. In 2014, we received a grant through Missouri Foundation for Health to underwrite funding for the next three years, allowing us to grow exponentially. How does the brushing program work? Can you explain what the teacher’s role is in terms of having his/her class brush daily? I start by meeting with school staff to share details about the program. Once I am able to explain how the program works to staff and they commit to the program, then we set a launch date. On launch day, I start with a presentation on why brushing is important and how to properly brush. For the first couple of days, our Healthy Smiles Academy volunteers and I work with the children a few at a time teaching them about proper brushing and encouraging them

along the way. We return to the site for up to a week to make sure they are getting the hang of their brushing routine. The teachers we work with are truly the glue that holds this program together. The teachers implement the daily brushing after the initial launch is completed, and I provide oversight throughout the year. We know how much of an impact these teachers have on their students’ lives, and we appreciate everything our Healthy Smiles Academy teachers do to keep this program running in their classrooms! Wow! That’s great! What are your plans for next year? We have a lot of exciting launches planned for next year. We are scheduled to implement the program in classrooms in Willard and Ozark schools this fall, and we have some new community partners signed up as well. Our goal is to grow the program by 800 new students each school year, and we have several new sites joining the program with the start of the school year in the fall. Be sure to check out the September issue of Heart Beats to read part two of our interview with Tamara and learn more about the Healthy Smiles Academy.

Welcome, New Volunteers The Tooth Truck is thrilled to welcome Catelynn Classick to its volunteer family! Catelynn is a pre-dental student at MSU and is excited to boost kids’ inner confidence while helping them learn how to care for their smiles. When she’s not busy at school or volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House and on the Tooth Truck, Catelynn is hard at work at Arc of the Ozarks. Her passion for giving back to her community is inspiring. A fun fact about Catelynn is she has an identical twin! Welcome aboard, Catelynn! We’re happy you’re with us! Monica Quinn is the newest volunteer to join the Tooth Truck! She is a pre-med student at Drury University, entering her sophomore year. Monica has been familiar with the Tooth Truck for several years but only recently has had the flexibility in her schedule to get involved. Monica is also volunteering at both Ronald McDonald Houses! When she’s not volunteering, she spends her time shadowing at various medical offices and is enjoying her orthopedic surgery shadowing experience. This girl is constantly on the go, but is anxious to give her time to the kiddos of the Tooth Truck. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to our team!

Ronald McDonald Care Mobile of the Ozarks May 2016 Children Treated............. 88 Dental Appointments Provided.......................154 Year-to-Date Dental Appointments............. 1,430 Program-to-Date Dental Appointments............ 47,663

Welcome Back, Kristi!

The Tooth Truck is thrilled to welcome Kristi Terry back to its staff as our part-time Dental Assistant. Kristi previously served in this position and is very excited to have the opportunity to connect with our patients once again. Kristi will work primarily Thursdays and Fridays on the Tooth Truck. Welcome, Kristi!


Program-to-Date Value of Treatments........... $11,769,443

Children Who Received Treatment: Boys & Girls Town, Delaware Elementary, Kickapoo High School, McGregor Elementary, Pipkin Middle School, Weaver Elementary and Weller Elementary


Banana Chocolate Chip Mini-Muffins ½ C packed brown sugar 1 C vanilla yogurt 1 ¼ C flour ½ C milk ½ tsp baking soda ½ C uncooked quick oats 2 tsp baking powder ½ tsp vanilla Enjoy wonderful recipes provided ½ tsp salt 1 egg, beaten by Mrs. Vivian Carissimo, also ½ C mini choc chips 1 banana known as Mrs. C. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine yogurt, milk, oats, vanilla, egg, and banana. Let set for five minutes. In separate bowl, stir brown sugar, flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Stir flour mixture into yogurt mixture. Add chocolate chips. Spoon a heaping teaspoon into mini-muffin tins. Bake 12-14 minutes.

President & CEO Bonnie Keller Program Director Mindy Muñoz General Dentist Dr. Sarah Cimino Community Dentists Dr. Raymond Burton Dr. Aaron Dannegger Dr. Brett Durbin Dr. Blake Keaster Dr. Misty Shelton Healthy Smiles Academy Program Manager Tamara Maddox


Office Manager Emma Davis

How to Clean a Washing Machine Fill machine with water and add two cups of white vinegar OR two cups of bleach. Let it sit for one hour and then run full cycle. After the cycle is over, wipe down the inside with a cloth to get off any grime.

Dental Assistants Megan Lambert Kim Otradovec

Sandy Morris, House volunteer, provides helpful tips for everyday needs. Enjoy this month’s Volunteer Tip!

Part-Time Dental Assistants Jackie Malik Kristi Terry


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Volunteers Needed! 27th Annual Price Cutter Charity Championship Presented by Dr Pepper August 11-14

RMHC Community Weekend at Ashley HomeStore Friday, August 5 – Sunday, August 7

The 2016 Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper will be held for the 27th year at Highland Springs Country Club from August 11-14. Ronald McDonald House Charities® is staffing the Hospitality area and we need your help! If you are interested in volunteering, contact Ely Wright at 417-820-0764 or Volunteers are needed for each of the following shifts. For those filling two or more shifts, RMHC will purchase a “volunteer packet” (including golf polo shirt and hat or visor) on your behalf. Hospitality Shifts Thursday, August 11 8am – 12:30pm (2 volunteers needed) 12:30pm – 5pm (2 volunteers needed)

Saturday, August 13 8am – 12:30pm (2 volunteers needed) 12:30pm – 5pm (2 volunteers needed)

Friday, August 12 8am – 12:30pm (2 volunteers needed) 12:30pm – 5pm (2 volunteers needed)

Sunday, August 14 8am – 12:30pm (2 volunteers needed) 12:30pm – 5pm (2 volunteers needed)

For information about this year’s event, visit

Purchase your $25 PCCC Charity Sweepstakes tickets during Ashley HomeStore’s Community Weekend, and Ashley Furniture will BUY YOU AN ADDITIONAL TICKET! PLUS, you can enjoy 20% off any Ashley HomeStore in-store purchase.

Friday, August 5: 10am - 9pm Saturday, August 6: 10am - 9pm Sunday, August 7: 12pm - 6pm

Heart Beats Newsletter, July-August 2016  

A monthly newsletter for volunteers of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks and The Tooth Truck, Inc.

Heart Beats Newsletter, July-August 2016  

A monthly newsletter for volunteers of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks and The Tooth Truck, Inc.