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Crossroads Sewing Club

The day was spent sewing on blocks

The Crossroads Sewing Club met April 3 with Virginia Hooten. Eight members were present. Roll call was “What is your favorite spring flower?” The day was spent sewing on blocks to make lap robes. Cards were signed to send to several folks. The next meeting is May 1 with Evalee Lowrey as hostess.

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Hospital

Avonda Hamilton, Coffey, had surgery

Avonda Hamilton, Coffey, had surgery on April 5. She was dismissed from the hospital on April 15.

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Head Start recruitment for 3-5 year-olds

taking applications for the 2002-2003 school year

The Green Hills Head Start Program, sponsored by North Central Missouri College of Trenton, is now taking applications for the 2002-2003 school year.

Head Start is a comprehensive child and family development program which provides parents and children with the opportunities to participate in an educational program that also provides medical, dental, nutritional and social services to families.

Services are offered to families

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Farm leaders attend briefing

Farm leaders from the Daviess County Farm Bureau heard from several commodity and agricultural speakers

Farm leaders from the Daviess County Farm Bureau heard from several commodity and agricultural speakers including FBI Special Agent David Cudmore, who addressed the group about bioterrorism; Dr. Thomas Hoban, IV, professor of sociology at NC State University who discussed current consumer perspectives on agricultural biotechnology; and from Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson who provided a

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Seniors finding affordable prescription drugs on Internet

Seniors are now logging onto the Internet to cut their prescription drug bills by e-filling

Seniors are now logging onto the Internet to cut their prescription drug bills by e-filling their prescriptions at pharmacies abroad. “Previously seniors were forced to travel to Canada to fill their prescriptions at fair prices until recently,” says Michael McCormick, developer of www.DrugsMD.org.

A senior-friendly website, www.DrugsMD.org provides free quotes, prices, and ordering information for

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Memorial Scholarship offered in honor of Drew Lee Wilson

The Drew Lee Wilson Memorial Scholarship is being offered to the class of 2002

The Drew Lee Wilson Memorial Scholarship is being offered to the class of 2002 by the family of Drew Wilson in his honor.

Drew attended pre-school at the Covel D. Searcy Elementary School. He was the five-year-old son of DeAnna and Dean Swalley and Darrell and Jamie Wilson, all of Gallatin. Drew loved the outdoors, riding

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Sixth grade completes D.A.R.E. program

The sixth grade classes recently completed a 17 week D.A.R.E. Program.

The sixth grade classes recently completed a 17 week D.A.R.E. Program. Officer Mark Richards from the Gallatin Police Department came into the classroom each Thursday for a one hour session. The students learned that D.A.R.E. stood for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. They also learned about different kinds of drugs and some of the effects that they can have on

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CCH consultant published in sports medicine textbook

Dr. Kenton C. Freeman has written a chapter in the newly-published textbook

Dr. Kenton C. Freeman, a consulting physician for Cameron Community Hospital, has written a chapter in the newly-published textbook, “American College of Sports Medicine Resources for Clinical Exercise Physiology: Musculoskeletal, Neuromuscular, Neoplastic, Immunologic and Hematologic Conditions.”

The textbook, published by Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, includes Dr. Freeman’s chapter, “Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuropathic Pain.”

For information regarding Dr. Freeman’s

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Katie Susanne Reece

Rebekah and Stuart Reece, Camdenton, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Katie Susanne, on her father’s birthday, April 19, 2002. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 21 inches long. She is welcomed home by her sister, Julia Elizabeth, 22 months.

Her maternal grandparents are David and Kayla Michael, Gallatin, and paternal grandparents are Dick and Betty Reece, Harrisonville. Her great-grandparents are Frank and Julia Michael,

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