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Bulletin — Friday, Feb. 27 — Red Day

Juniors and seniors: Fees for the ACT Prep workshop are due to the

counselor’s office by Tuesday, March 9th. Please turn in $7.00 to the

office as soon as possible to insure your spot. 2-27

Yearbooks are now on sale. Books are $25.00 each. See a yearbook

staff member today or Mrs. Holcomb. If possible, please pay by check. 3-1

FCCLA officer tryouts have been changed and will be Monday,

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Gallatin Clubs

Lake Viking Homemakers Club

Lake Viking Homemakers Club met on Feb.12 in the lower level of the clubhouse. Hostesses were Marion Larrison and Shirley Leaky who decorated in a Valentine motif. The hostesses furnished meat, bread and drinks. The rest of the members brought a covered-dish. The meeting was opened by Joyce Becerra, secretary. Devotion was given by Joy Wilstead with a quiz on presidents and a story, “Where There

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Gilman students learn commodity trading

Gilman City sophomores and juniors recently learned the tricks of commodity trading at the Kansas City Board of Trade

“BUY…KC WHEAT…10@DEC6…” Sound like gibberish? Not to Gilman City sophomores and juniors who recently learned the tricks of commodity trading at the Kansas City Board of Trade. Pictured left to right: front row; Krystal Huff, Kelly Strain, and Felicia Clutter; middle row: Daniel Dennert, Heath Oram, Jarett Webb, Zac Johnson, Sawyer

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Green Hills board meets March 2

A regular meeting of the Green Hills Community Action Agency (GHCAA) Board of Directors will be held at 7:30 p.m. on March 2.

A regular meeting of the Green Hills Community Action Agency (GHCAA) Board of Directors will be held at the GHCAA Area Office, 1506 Oklahoma Avenue, Trenton, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 2.

The Finance, Operations, Equal Opportunity, and Personnel Committees will meet at 7 p.m. prior

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Annual meeting of the Daviess and Caldwell Extension held Feb. 23

County Commissioners receive award; new members sworn in; Leader’s awards given

The annual meeting of the Daviess/Caldwell County Extension was held Feb. 23 at the Gallatin Lions Club building. County Commission members received an award for their support of the Daviess County Extension program.

New county extension members were sworn in by Reta Rains. They are John Thomas, Sandy Dustman, Monica Kay Rennison, David Cox and Shelley Reed.

The Leader’s

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New principal at Winston R-6

The Winston R-6 Board of Education offered a high school principal’s contract to Jerry Steele

The Winston R-6 Board of Education offered a high school principal’s contract to Jerry Steele during an executive session of their regular meeting held Thursday, Feb. 19.

Mr. Steele, who lives in Cameron, taught at Winston in the mid 1980s. He has been assistant principal at Cameron, and was the director of curriculum at Lathrop

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Winston honor roll announced

Winston R-6 recently announced its second quarter honor roll.

Winston R-6 recently announced its second quarter honor roll. Students on the Principal’s Honor roll are 1st – Sam Wilkerson; 6th – Jacob Heldenbrand, Ashley Owens and Keshia Youtsey.

Students on the “A” Honor Roll are 1st – Clint Alexander, Stephen Evans, Carl Parman, Jasmine Ramirez, Miranda Weigand; 2nd – Rebecca Hiley, Colton Trimble; 3rd – Kristen Heldenbrand, Samantha Parman; 4th

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Two Jamesport students join Upward Bound

Fifteen area high school students, including Kristi Kramer and Jeremiah Leonard of Tri-County R-7, have been added to the Upward Bound Program

Fifteen area high school students, including Kristi Kramer and Jeremiah Leonard of Tri-County R-7, have been added to the Upward Bound Program at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

Upward Bound is designed for high school students to generate skills and motivation that are necessary for success in

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Cameron King wins district competition with sportsmanship essay

The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Sportsmanship Essay contest was won locally by Cameron King

The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Sportsmanship Essay contest is held every year for seventh and eighth grade students. The 2003-2004 essay topic was “Things I Wish Adults Knew About Sportsmanship.”

The contest was won locally by Cameron King, a seventh grader at Gallatin High School. Cameron is the son of

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