Allison Spidle presents a $3,700 check to Active Aging Resource Center Board Members Jim Aschbrenner, Jean Caldwell, Shirley Leakey, and Martin Sweatman from a fund-raiser at the Lake Viking Clubhouse.
The Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met April 18 at Washington Street Station in Cameron to celebrate Founder’s Day. Nancy Terry revealed the new theme “We put our hearts into it.” Members met May 2 at Mi Mexico with Lois Agenstein as hostess. Sue Gillilan installed the following new officers: President Barbara Irby, Vice President Carol Weaver, Secretary Lois Barton, Corresponding Secretary Nancy Salmon, and Treasurer Linda
In 2016, the top 100 FFA Greenhands, including Addison Burns of Gallatin, were selected to participate in HYMAX through a competitive written application process.
HYMAX is a youth leadership conference designed for promising ninth grade students to reach their full potential.
Academy members will experience this innovative agricultural leadership academy at the Missouri FFA Camp Rising Sun at the Lake of the Ozarks June 17-19.
During the week long conference,
From April 24-26, nearly 4,500 students grades 5-12, college students, and advisers, descended upon Springfield, MO for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference.
Gallatin High School had 55 members in attendance, under the direction and support of adviser Mrs. Barb Holcomb.
Students main focus was competitive events, in which nearly 3,400 of the attendees participated in. Events range from Accounting I to
Bob Robertson, ball game coordinator for Dockery Park, has provided information on summer ball in Gallatin.
Four T-ball teams are sponsored by Summit Natural Gas. Coaches are Bethany Vandiver, Travis Bohannon, Trisha Estes, and Travis Heldenbrand.
Three machine pitch teams are sponsored by Gallatin Truck and Tractor, Bess Ann Photography, and the Gallatin Park Board. Coaches are Nathan and Amanda King, Todd and Carrie Holcomb, Eddie Dutro, Brianna Kline, and
The Gallatin Garden and Craft Club met with Sarah Dowell at her home on April 19 for their first meeting in 2016. Roll call was taken. Each member gave a report of red bud trees or flowering spring trees in their yards. Several gave reports of red bud trees planted in Gallatin in years past. A committee was appointed to select Yard of the Month for May, June and July.
Four outstanding area students, including Aubrey Burns of Gallatin, have received scholarships awarded through the Smithfield Hog Production Missouri (SHP MO) Scholarship Program for this academic year.
Aubrey Burns of Gallatin will receive a $500 scholarship through the SHP MO Community Scholarship Program. The scholarship is open to all graduating seniors attending high school in Missouri counties where Smithfield Hog Production Missouri has company-owned operations.
Aubrey Burns is the daughter
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