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Brass quintet combines humor with good music

The Saint Louis Brass Quintet is coming to NCMC

Looking for an exciting fun-filled evening of thrilling music and lots of laughs. The Saint Louis Brass Quintet is coming to NCMC Ketcham Community Center in Trenton on Saturday, October 6th at 7 p.m. These five musicians combine professionalism and showmanship as they perform a wide variety of musical styles from Baroque to Dixieland jazz. For fun and great music, don’t

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R-2 seniors nominated for Wendy’s

Chase Cornett and Nena Woodward in Heisman Program.

Pattonsburg R-2 High School has selected two seniors, Chase Cornett and Nena Woodward, to contend in the eighth annual Wendy’s High School Heisman Program. These Pattonsburg students were chosen based upon their admirable performances on the field, in the classroom and

in their local Pattonsburg community.

The program was created through a partnership between Wendy’s International, the National Association of Secondary School

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Chase Foreman Hulett

Brian, Jennifer and Caitlyn Hulett (2 ½) are proud to announce the birth of a son and brother, Chase Foreman Hulett, born at 9:23 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6, at Hannibal Regional Hospital.

Chase weighed 7 pounds, 1 ½ ounces, and was 19 ½ inches long.

Proud maternal grand and great-grandparents are Roy and Lynda Pendleton, Gallatin; Melvin and Edna Pendleton, Plattsburg; and the late William Dice, Hamilton. Paternal grand

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Thomas Joe Crouse

Gene and Carrie Crouse are proud to announce the birth of a son, Thomas Joe, on Sept. 14, 2001.

Thomas weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 20 inches long. He was welcomed home by his sister, Kirbie.

Grandparents are Mary Lee Froman, Gallatin, and Bill and Frances Crouse, St. Joseph. Great-grandparents are K.C. and Fallis Froman, Gallatin, and Harold Crouse, Savannah.

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Frances Whitt selected for yard of the month

Frances Whitt selected for Yard of the Month

Frances Whitt of South Dunnington Street in Gallatin has been selected for Yard of the Month of September by the Gallatin Garden Club. Frances is pictured beside a wrought iron flower hanger

featuring a few of her many begonias. Frances said she has loved flowers since she was a little girl and would go to the woods to pick Johnny Jump Ups

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Elections Committee announced

Speaker Kreider announces appointment of House Interim Committee on Elections

Missouri Speaker of the house Jim Kreider has announced the creation of the House Interim Committee on Elections, which will be responsible for proposing legislation to reform and maintain confidence of elections in the state.

Members of the General Assembly considered an election reform bill during the 2001 Regular Session, but the measure failed to gain final passage due to

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Local Clubs

Community Parents Teachers Association of Gallatin

On Aug. 27 the Community Parents Teachers Association of Gallatin met and discussed upcoming events for the school year. Open house will be held on Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. in the new gym at the elementary school. Discussion included money-making projects for the year. We

decided on items to purchase for the school and community. Officers for this year’s CPTA are Carla Wood,

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Gallatin Clubs

Gallatin Garden Club

The Gallatin Garden Club met Sept. 18 at Breadeaux with six members present. A short business meeting was held. Frances Whitt’s yard was chosen “Yard of the Month” for September. Our program was Diane Ayers and Donna Warford from Haley-Brooke Antique and Gift Shop.

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Lions Flag

Flags over business square

For over 30 years, Gallatin Lions Club has erected flags on the business square for holiday display and special occassions. Friday’s effort was in observance of MIA/POW Day. shown are Jay Johnson, Edgar Muller and Jewel Swofford.

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