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Moving to Columbus KS, and tons of q's

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can someone help me out with all the vax stuff? and some great dr's. And anything else I should know?

thanks!!!
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where are you moving to?
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where are you moving to?
columbus KS
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I had to look it up, I had never heard of it and I've lived in Kansas all my life! I'm not very familiar with the south eastern part, though.

Why are you moving there? It seems like a very small community--do you have family or friends there? If so, perhaps they can give you some guidance as far as the culture, physicians, etc. It looks like it isn't very far from some larger cities, including Pittsburg. I'm doubting you'll find a huge NFP culture down there, but at the same time, there is a certain live-and-let-live atmosphere in many communities. Communities in our rural areas are dying; they'll probably be happy to have fresh, new families, no matter how different your parenting and family philosophies are.

As far as vax goes, in the state of Kansas you can claim a religious exemption for vaccines.
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I had to look it up, I had never heard of it and I've lived in Kansas all my life! I'm not very familiar with the south eastern part, though.

Why are you moving there? It seems like a very small community--do you have family or friends there? If so, perhaps they can give you some guidance as far as the culture, physicians, etc. It looks like it isn't very far from some larger cities, including Pittsburg. I'm doubting you'll find a huge NFP culture down there, but at the same time, there is a certain live-and-let-live atmosphere in many communities. Communities in our rural areas are dying; they'll probably be happy to have fresh, new families, no matter how different your parenting and family philosophies are.

As far as vax goes, in the state of Kansas you can claim a religious exemption for vaccines.
my husband is moving there for work. he knows someone there, but i'm not comfortable calling and asking about vax and stuff. they are older and i was hoping to get some feedback from a younger perspective.
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Are you looking for drs. in Kansas or Missouri?

Joplin or Pittsburg are the 2 biggest cities.
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