‘Celebrity waiter’ at annual Child Advocacy Center Celebrity Dinner

Connie Schott, Ozarks Medical Center vice president of human resources, will be a waiter for her fourth year at the CAC Celebrity Dinner. “I am competitive by nature, so to have this friendly competition is good. It’s fun and it’s for the kids.” said Schott of the reason she attends the annual event. “Rubydoo’s is such a great place for the event. It’s a beautiful venue and has worked out so well.” The CAC investigates allegations of child abuse and neglect in a 16-county region in southern Missouri. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Rubydoo’s Vintage Event Center, County Road 9190.

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