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R-2 seniors among Who’s Who

Ashley Brown Parmer and Renee N. Gardner are included in Who’s

Ashley Brown Parmer and Renee N. Gardner are included in Who’s Who Among American High School Students, 2000-2001. The annual publication recognizes high-achieving students. Ashley Brown Parmer is a senior and resides in Pattonsburg with her parents, Greg and Kim

Brown. Renee N. Gardner is a sophomore at PHS and lives with her mother and stepfather, Theresa and Mark

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Pattonsburg Clubs

Crossroads Sewing Club

Crossroads Sewing Club will meet Oct. 3 at the home of Mildred McDaniel. Last month the club met at the home of Jane Salmon with Helen Gardner as co-hostess assisted by Eilene Yost. Cards were sent to several who were ill. Nine members were present.

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Downtown roofs resurfaced

Resurfacing the roofs in Pattonsburg.

Work is underway on resurfacing the roofs on the downtown shops and offices in Pattonsburg. Local contractor, Don Thurman, and partner, Amanda Waltz, are shown doing preparation work prior to final spray coating. The City of Pattonsburg is looking for this application to solve an ongoing problem with the leaks. They are shown on the east side of the rooftop.

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Winston Speedway

9/22 Results

IMCA Modifieds — Heat 1: 1. Robbie Kincade, Trenton. 2. Lonnie

Hibner, Chillicothe. 3. Brad Whitney, Trenton. Heat 2: 1. Mark

Dotson, Cameron. 2. Yancy Shepard, Gladstone. 3. Chad Houston,

Jamesport. Heat 3: 1. Todd Wilson, Spickard. 2. Tommy Cordray,

Browning. 3. Chris Shiflett, Meadville. Feature: 1. Whitney. 2.

Donnie Wray, Trenton. 3. Jack Stotts, Trenton. 4. Eddie Schwope,

Jr., St. Joseph. 5. Cordray. 6. Hibner. 7. Wilson.

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David Neth new R-6 board member

David Neth was sworn in as a member of the Winston R-6 Board of Education

David Neth was sworn in as a member of the Winston R-6 Board of Education during their regular meeting held Sept. 20. Mr. Neth takes the place of Wayne Uthe who resigned in May.

One of the current bus routes was reviewed. The issue was tabled until the next board meeting.

A proof of residency

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Emily Gay in essay contest

Emily Gay finalist in sportsmanship essay contest

Emily Gay is a state finalist in the Northwest District 2000-2001 Sportsmanship Essay Contest sponsored by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.

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Benches complete outdoor project

Stream Team builds 12 four foot wooden benches

Last spring Mr. Steigerwalt received a grant from Wal-Mart through the stream team organization. The Boy Scouts supplied the labor last year to help build the floating dock on the school pond.

This spring Mr. Steigerwalt’s Stream Team #697 finished the outdoor project by building 12 four foot wooden benches. The benches were mounted on four foot sections of old telephone poles

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7th graders qualify for Talent Search

Sixteen seventh graders from R-5 tapped for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program

Sixteen seventh graders from Gallatin R-5 School have been tapped for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program. The student’s qualified for the TIP program based upon test scores in the top five percent on verbal or math subtests or the Stanford Achievement Test.

Those who qualified are Amy Anthuis, Jonathan Arnold, Ayrica Batson, Nic Burrell, Dessa Crum, Justin Duffy,

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Biology and Ag classes take trip to Crowder

Biology and Ag classes took their annual trip to Crowder State Park

On September 20th around 40 students in the Biology and Ag classes took their annual trip to Crowder State Park near Trenton. Mr. Croy, Mrs. McCann, and Mr. Steigerwalt were sponsors for the activity. The trip is to allow students to collect insects and tree leaves for collections and competitions. The students learn to use identification books and

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