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More than a meal — celebrate LIFE at Active Aging Center

Active Aging Resource Center Board members. Pictured – Russell Hamilton, Vice Chairman; Dean Ranes, Chairman; Shirley Leakey, Treasurer; Jean Caldwell; Martin Sweatman, Elaine Kettring, Secretary. Not pictured JL Eckelberry.

September is National Senior Center Month where senior activity centers are recognized for their contributions to communities.  This year’s theme is “Celebrate LIFE at your Senior Center!” Baby Boomers turn 65 at the rate of about 10,000 every day and our

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Gallatin DAR awards Constitution Poster Winners

The Gallatin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored a poster contest for county fourth, fifth and sixth grade students to commemorate Constitution Day, Sept. 17. The theme this year was “What the Preamble Means to Me.” Winning entries received a medal in each school for each grade. A county winner for each grade was selected and they received gift cards from Subway. Winning posters are on display

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Auditions for “Harvey” start Oct. 4

Auditions for the Gallatin Theater League’s fall play, “Harvey,” will be at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 4. Rhonda McCann will direct the play. Harvey is the story of Elwood P. Dowd, a polite and friendly man with a very strange best friend, an invisible rabbit named Harvey.

Performances for the play will be Nov. 19, 20, 21, at 7 p.m. All current members and any new members are invited

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Cameron Regional Medical Center to host blood drive

Cameron Regional Medical Center will sponsor a blood drive by Community Blood Center on Saturday, Oct. 17, from 8 a.m. until noon.  The event is being held in tandem with the Medical Center’s 13th Annual Health Fair.

Community Blood Center (CBC) is the primary supplier of blood and blood components to 70-plus hospitals and medical centers in the Kansas City region.  This particular drive will be held in Cameron

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Another doosey for Poosey…29th driving tour

The Missouri Department of Conservation will hold the annual fall driving tour through the Poosey Conservation Area on Sunday, Oct. 18. This will be the 29th year that the Poosey Conservation Area has opened its roads and trails to the public to view examples of the Department’s habitat management practices and to see vibrant fall colors.

The gates will open at 12 p.m. and the last cars will be allowed

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MDC: turkey production about average, fall hunting prospects vary regionally

The Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) annual wild-turkey brood-survey shows mixed results for fall turkey hunting prospects. According to MDC Turkey Biologist Jason Isabelle, statewide turkey production in 2015 was lower than last year, but similar to the five-year average.

Each summer, citizen volunteers and MDC staff record the number of wild turkey hens and recently hatched turkeys, called poults, they see. These observations are then tallied for the annual

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Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness Fundraiser

Kickin’ Cancer With Kindness Committee will again be raising funds from free-will donations during a Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness event. Money raised will be used for the purchase of gas cards for patients who travel to treatment.

Daviess County BBQ fundraiser block party will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10, on Market Street, between the Gallatin Methodist Church and the lumber yard.

Bring your family and enjoy

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MDC using satellite technology for deer study

Hunters in northwest Missouri can harvest deer with radio collars

 mdc harvest deerSt. Joseph, Mo. – Deer hunters in northwest Missouri may see deer wearing radio collars when they head into the woods this fall. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) asks that hunters harvest these deer, if appropriate to seasons and methods. The collars are a tool in a five-year study to evaluate white-tailed deer reproduction and movement patterns. Normal

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Access II advocates for children with disabilities

Access II, Independent Living Center offers services in Daviess County and the neighboring communities of Caldwell, Carroll, Grundy, Harrison, Livingston, Mercer and Ray counties. Child Advocacy ensures that children with disabilities receive the educational benefits promised to them by state and federal laws. A child advocate can help parents/guardians develop the skills and knowledge necessary to build a solid support team for the child.

A child advocate is experienced in

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