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Eleven apply for State FFA Degree, Erin Croy selected Star Agribusinessman

On Feb. 2, 2005, the Gallatin FFA Chapter submitted the application of 11 members for the State FFA Degree. Each of these members is a senior.

The Area II Committee checked the applications and found them to be accurate. Those submitting applications this year include Erin Croy, Eric Daniels, Stefanie Dowell, Aaron Everly, Emily Gay, Matt Hostetler, John Gardner, Drayson Leeper, Kelsie Parker, John Runde and Kathy Walker.

The applications

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Gallatin FFA has record number of area proficiency winners

On Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, the Area II FFA teachers met to select proficiency awards for 2005. Gallatin FFA advisors Dennis Croy and Chris Henderson submitted 46 applications for Gallatin FFA members.

Proficiency Awards are selected for student agriculture projects of SAEs. There are 50 possible areas that a student can apply in.

The Gallatin FFA Chapter had a record number of area winners. Several students who placed first will

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Gallatin Chapter National Chapter Award

The Gallatin FFA Chapter stayed active through the summer by hosting the Annual Gallatin FFA Tractor Pull once again. The event was a success. FFA members also stayed busy throughout the summer with livestock shows, rodeos, races, camp and even community service events.

The Chapter helped at Kid’s Kamp this year. They provided the service of a petting zoo for the camper’s enjoyment.

Laura Youtsey and Erin Cory both attended

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FFA Chapter to Host Fundraiser Breakfast

by Katelyn Hulet, Reporter

by Katelyn Hulet, Reporter

Pattonsburg FFA Chapter will host the traditional Appreciation Breakfast for the supporters of the chapter and agriculture program and also include a scholarship fundraiser. At this year’s breakfast the FFA will raise money for the George Peugh Scholarship Fund.

The breakfast is being hosted by the FFA Chapter with monetary help from Grand River Ag. Chris’ Cakes, from Maryville, will be cooking

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FCCLA reaches exceeds goals for Ronald McDonald House

The Gallatin FCCLA Chapter has been working hard to raise money for the new $11 million Ronald McDonald House being built in Kansas City across the street from Children’s Mercy Hospital. Chapter members have participated in several projects throughout the school year.

In November, the community service committee consisting of Brittney Hixson, Melissa Craig, Alyssa Strein, Kara Kloepping and Allie Michener as chairs, went to Covel D. Searcy Elementary School

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Gallatin Youth Wrestlers compete at Chillicothe and Mid Buchanan

The Gallatin Youth Wrestling Club competed at the YMCA Rebel Wrestling tournament in Chillicothe on Feb. 12th. Fourteen wrestlers competed for Gallatin with a very strong showing. Matt Schieber and Levi Michener won individual championships in their respective brackets, and everyone else put in a strong showing. The following results were accomplished by the wrestlers:

6 and Under: Brylee Bowles 3rd; 8 and Under: Bradley Rhoades 2nd; 10 and Under:

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Bulldog wrestlers shut out of state medal round

Gallatin Bulldog wrestlers combined to win three of nine matches over the weekend in the MSHSAA Class 1 Championships, but came away from the event without any hardware.

Senior Adam Strein finished 2-2 in the 275-pound weight class and was just one victory away from a medal when he lost to Lathrop’s Steven Russell by a narrow 3-2 decision. Russell went on to finish fifth in the heavyweight division.

Strein

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Jamie Brinnen wins MSHSAA essay contest

For the past six years, Gallatin Junior High students have participated in the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Middle Level Sportsmanship Essay Contest. This year’s subject was, “What Should Schools Do To Promote Sportsmanship.” A local winner was chosen from all junior high entries and submitted to a panel of Northwest Missouri District judges.

Gallatin High School is proud to announce that Jamie Brinnen has been selected as the

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Defense rules as Eagles top Bulldogs, 37-27

LeBlond’s boys used a smothering half-court trap to hold Gallatin to its lowest scoring output of the season, and claim a 37-27 win at GHS on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs, now 14-9, look to end the regular season on a winning note this Friday at Lathrop.

The Eagles’ dogged Gallatin efforts to kick start their offense all night long by putting intense pressure out front on Bulldog guards as they

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