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Bulletin — Monday, May 2 — Black Day

There will be a student council meeting during 2nd seminar in Mrs.

Critten’s room on Thursday, May 5th for all new and old members. 5-5

There will be a student council officer meeting during 2nd seminar on

Tuesday, May 3rd in Mrs. Critten’s room for all new and old officers

only. 5-3

Attention seniors: If you would like to purchase a senior book in

color, please see Mrs. Holcomb by

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Winston FBLA to state conference

Lee to attend national confeence

Members of the Winston Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter recently attended the 2005 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference held on April 17, 18, and 19 in Columbia, Missouri. FBLA is a career and technical student organization for all high school students participating in business programs. Over 2,400 members and advisers representing 393 chapters throughout the state met to elect state officers, transact business of

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Scott and Kathy Watson launch Choppers 4 Children bike show and rally

Scott Watson, son of David and Velma Watson of Gallatin, has coupled his soft spot for children with his love for motorcycles by launching the Choppers 4 Children bike show and rally

Scott Watson, son of David and Velma Watson of Gallatin, has coupled his soft spot for children with his love for motorcycles by launching the Choppers 4 Children bike show and rally to be held Saturday, April 30,

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Gals with gusto — the gathering of the red and the purple

Gallatin Mayor John Thomas signed a proclamation declaring April 25 as Red Hat Society Day.

Gallatin Mayor John Thomas signed a proclamation declaring April 25 as Red Hat Society Day. The mayor is shown presenting the proclamation to Queen Mum Sue Cox, owner of the Corner Café, where 34 members of the Red Hat Society gathered to celebrate the signing. Nineteen members of the Gallatin Red Hatter Hooties invited three

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R-6 board hires summer help, offers contracts

Chase Hiley was hired for summer custodial help during the regular meeting of the Winston R-6 Board

Chase Hiley was hired for summer custodial help during the regular meeting of the Winston R-6 Board of Education held Thursday, April 21. Extra duty contracts were offered for elementary boy’s basketball, senior sponsor, and elementary At-Risk coordinator.

Contracts were also offered for the language arts position, for fourth grade teaching position, and

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R-3 board offers contracts, accepts resignations

The resignations of Sue Bridgman and Jolia Poltorak were accepted.

After returning from an executive session of the regular meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education, the resignations of Sue Bridgman and Jolia Poltorak were accepted. A 4/7 contract was offered Julie Leathers for FACS/Keyboarding. A principal/teacher contract was offered to Kristi Critten for 2005-2006. Teacher’s contracts were offered to Dan Weese for math and Clell Porter for

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RSVP volunteers recognized at Senior Center

Thirty-six RSVP volunteers were honored at the Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center on April 21.

Thirty-six RSVP volunteers were honored at the Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center on April 21. Alpha Boyer received a corsage for the oldest volunteer. Years of service pins were presented to Shirley Miller, Fred Ayres and Marjorie Ayres for five years; Fran Albert, Judy Horton, Mildred McDaniel, Betty Plymell and Kenneth Yost for 10 years; Alpha Boyer for 20

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Alyssa Strein chosen for Sophomore Pilgrimage

Gallatin R-5 sophomore Alyssa Strein attended the annual Sophomore Pilgrimage April 9-10 in Jefferson City.

Gallatin R-5 sophomore Alyssa Strein attended the annual Sophomore Pilgrimage April 9-10 in Jefferson City. Students from across the state tour the Capitol building, Governor’s Mansion and other state government buildings, meet their legislative representatives and attend a luncheon where elected state officials speak to the students about state government. Alyssa is the daughter of

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Tasty dimensions — this one measures up!

Axel Olson found this mushroom near his home in the Jameson area.

Axel Olson found this mushroom near his home in the Jameson area. The mushroom measured 7 ½ by 4 inches. Mr. Olson said he looked for mushrooms two days during the middle of last week and found about 100 mushrooms each day. He found this mushroom Friday along with about 20 others. Mr. Olson said this was the

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