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Benton County Development Corporation

The Benton County Development Corporation directs economic development initiatives, facilitates County cooperation and assists groups and individuals in their pursuit of local development opportunities to enhance our County's quality of life. We are a public/private partnership which exists to serve the economic development interests of all Benton County communities and citizens.
For additional information, contact:

Irv Jensen
Benton County Development Corporation
PO Box 1245
Warsaw, MO 65355
Phone: 660-438-2090
Mobil: 515-556-3941
email:ijensen@growbentoncomo.com

 

Benton County Health Department

Benton County Health Dept. has these divisions to help serve your health needs:

Public Health Services, Hospice, Home Health Services and In-Home Services.
Some of the Public Health Services available at our office are:

Immunizations, Blood Pressure and Diabetes Screening, Lead Screening, STD (sexually transmitted disease) Testing, Well Water Testing, Waste Water Permits, Missouri Birth and Death Certificates, WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Nutrition Program.

Call us at 660-438-2876 Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM.

For additional information, contact:

Cynthia Bolinger
Benton County Health Department
1238 Commercial
PO Box 935
Warsaw, MO 65355
Phone: 660-438-2876 ext 232
email:bolinc@lpha.mopublic.org
website: benton.lphamo.org

 



Boonslick Regional Library

Boonslick Regional Library
An Excellent Library

The community has an excellent library located at the West edge of town in a new building built in 2004.  It is part of the larger Boonslick Library System and books can be ordered from this system as well as from other communities.   The library is computerized for detailed book searches and Internet access.   Children's reading programs are offered, as well as other reading programs.   The library also boasts of a very good genealogical reference library for local area research.   They can be located on the Internet at: http://brl.lib.mo.us  For more information, contact:

Boonslick Regional Library
701 West Main
Cole Camp, MO 65325
Phone: 660-668-3887

Some photos taken during the dedication of the Junge Memorial Library Building may be seen by clicking here.


 
 
 

Cole Camp Food Pantry

The food pantry was established by the Ministerial Alliance of the Cole Camp Churches to assist in providing help to those in the Benton County R-1 School District that are in need of food. It is supported by many of the local organizations and the local churches and operates year round.

Cole Camp Food Pantry
505 S. Keeney St.
Cole Camp, MO 65325
Phone: 660-221-5080

Hours:
Wednesday 10 am - 12 noon
Thursday 3 pm - 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 12 noon


 
 
 

Community Senior Center

A community Senior Center is located in the Lion's Club building at the corner of Junge and Olive Streets.   Here hot noon meals are offered to include deliveries for those unable to come to the Center.   Programs are offered most every day ranging from music to talks on subjects of value and interest to senior citizens, and in the winter and fall, assistance in tax return preparation is offered.   The Center is operated by an elected board and receives much of its financial support from the community.  Books and exercise equipment are also available at the center. For additional information, contact:

Janis Heimsoth, Administrator
206 East Junge
PO Box 87
Cole Camp, MO 65325
Phone: 660-668-2352
email:ColeCamp@goaging.org
Web Site: www.goaging.org

 

Cole Camp City Pound

Petey - from Cole Camp Pound

As homeless or lost pets are found, they are provided with a caring place until they can be placed in a permanent, caring home - either their owner's home (if lost), or adopted by caring persons. The pound is operated by staff of the Cole Camp City, with support and help from the Cole Camp Community.

Our Cole Camp City Pound serves a population of approximately 1,028 residents and Cole Camp has a contract to also serve Lincoln, population of approximately 1,026 residents. There are two rural pounds, 2 dog capacity each.

The pounds are supported with several bales of straw yearly for the pound dog houses from the Cole Camp Steam & Antique Tractor Club. Local citizens & members of Whiteman Air Force Base constructed a large chain link exercise area to provide for daily exercise of impounded dogs.

The $50 Adoption fee on pound dogs includes spay/neuter & Rabies, as required, performed by a local vet.

Impounded dogs are listed in the Cole Camp Courier and Lincoln New Era newspapers. If not claimed by the owner they are available for adoption.

Adopted pets are spayed/neutered PRIOR to adoption, then placed with the new owner. Our goal is to have all pets altered PRIOR to leaving the pound.

"Pennies for Pooches" collection points at area businesses help improve life for the impounded dogs by providing funds to assist with spay, neuter, vaccinations, worming, chew bones, and dog food. Some of the collection points are The Cole Camp Pharmacy, Heimsoth Brothers Feed, Maple Street Cafe, and Rosebud Gifts & Fabric, Calgaro's Pizza, Handel Haus, and The Red Baron.

Grant funds, when received, are used only to spay & neuter to help reduce over population.

More information may be obtained by contacting the Cole Camp City Hall at:

City Hall
400 West Main
Cole Camp, MO 65325
Telephone: 660-668-4444
 
 
 
 

Benton County Health Department - in Cole Camp

Home Health
Hospice

Benton County Health Department operates out of Warsaw and also serve the Cole Camp community. A wide range of services are offered to include health home visits, skilled nursing, medical social work, therapies, communicable disease screening, blood pressure and diabetes screening and immunizations along with many other services. There is also a hospice service available for terminal patients as are homemaker services, respite care and private duty nursing.

The Cole Camp office is open Thursdays from 8:30-12:00 a.m. Health services will be provided at any time by contacting the main office in Warsaw, Missouri.

Main Office: Benton county Health Department
1234 Commercial
P.O. Box 935
Warsaw, MO 65355
Telephone: 660-438-2876

 

Cole Camp Office
106 North Boonville Road
Cole Camp, MO 65325
Telephone: 660-668-2876/660-668-2738

 

 

Retirement Village

A Retirement Village

For those who no longer can, or no longer want the task of caring for a larger house, a neat, attractive and well maintained village of efficiency apartments is available.   This affords independent living in pleasant surroundings. For information contact:

Manager Marlene
Phone: 660-668-3871

 

 

Good Samaritan Nursing Home

A Caring Nursing Home

For those who can no longer care for themselves, the community of Cole Camp has a fully staffed nursing home located within the city limits.  Good Samaritan Care Center is operated under the direction of an elected board of directors from the community.  For more information visit our web site or contact

Donna Stelling, Administrator,
403 West Main
phone: 660-668-4515
FAX: 660-668-4975



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