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Sept. 28-29 — center closing at 1:30; Sept. 30 — 3 B day with Carl (Jimmy) Harris; Oct. 2 — File of Life Friday; Oct. 9 — Blood Pressure/Sugar Checks 11-12; Oct. 12 — Closed for Columbus Day.

Product of the month for October is jelly or jam.

Join us Friday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m. for File of Life Friday. Free File of Life packets

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Skin cancer can strike at any age

Vanity saved Bobbie Gray’s life.

Bobbie went to the doctor four years ago to have two unsightly moles removed, one on her stomach and one on the back of her leg.

"I thought they were ugly," she said. "Otherwise, they didn’t really bother me."

Bobbie was 23 years old at the time. She had been married for two years and she and her husband Jesse had one son.

The doctor

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Pattonsburg Clubs-Tree Climbers

Tree Climbers building will be open the day of the Car Show, Sunday, Oct. 4.

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Cards and dominoes are every Friday evening. Light refreshments are at 6 p.m. Games start at 6:45 p.m. Door prize won Friday evening by Elanor Best. Come and visit. The car show is Sunday, Oct. 4.

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Monday: meatloaf, carrots, peas, gelatin, hot bread; Tuesday: Polish sausage, kraut, green beans, fruit; Wednesday: ham, cabbage, sweet potatoes, brownies; Thursday: pork, potatoes, spinach, juice, pudding; Friday: roast

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Maxine Morris will be celebrating her 92nd birthday this coming week. Send cards to her at 100 Meadows Lane, Pattonsburg.

Don and Betty Cameron, Matt and Dana Cameron and family. All attended the Daniel family reunion at Cameron Sunday. There were close to 70 that attended the reunion.

Bill Williams, Liberty, visited Paul and Doris Cameron on Sunday.

Martha Huff attended a birthday party Sunday at

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Pattonsburg board waiting on appraiser, discuss concerns with water district reps

Mike Sanders, Amber Hoyle and Joe Easton asked if the city had found out anything yet about the factory building during the regular meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen held Wednesday, Sept. 16. The council informed them that they had not heard back from the appraiser yet, but as soon as they do they will try to make a timely decision.

Bills were paid.

Three representatives of the board

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Love enlists in National Guard

Derrick Love of Gallatin recently enlisted into the Missouri Army National Guard.

Love will join Battery B of the 129th Field Artillery Battalion in Chillicothe. He will take on the position of a cannon crewmember.

Love was recruited by Staff Sgt. Angela Scobee of Trenton. He will ship to basic training in Fort Sill, Okla., in October for 14 weeks.

For more information about the Missouri National Guard, please

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Hunter Education Class to be offered Oct. 17, 2009

The Missouri Department of Conservation will sponsor a one day Hunter Education Class on Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Dockery Park Building in Gallatin. The class will start at 8 a.m. and finish around 7 p.m. There will be an hour break for lunch. Each students is responsible for their own lunch.

Hunter education certification is limited to persons 11 years of age and older. Students under 16 must bring

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Hospital Notes

Leota Snyder has been transferred to Cameron Regional Medical Center for physical therapy and rehab. Her room number is 158. She is now enjoying cards and visits at CRMC, 1600 E. Evergreen, Cameron, Mo., 64429.

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