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Knee-Hi 4-H’ers have a fire truck ‘experience’

4-h-firemanThe Knee-Hi 4-H club met Oct. 12 at the Gallatin First Christian Church with 21 members in attendance. The Gallatin Fire Department was the October program. GFD brought out three trucks including the ladder truck. Fire Chief Doug Hamilton explained the different situations each truck is used for and the members were able to ask questions and sit in all of the trucks. The meeting then resumed with officer elections.

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MWA steps up to help fund Backpack Buddies program

Modern Woodmen Junior Service Club of McFall has stepped up to assist the Pattonsburg School District in obtaining funds to help support the “Backpack Buddies” program at the school. The group is currently raffling a $100 Wal-Mart gift card. Tickets are available for $1 each for six (6) for $5. Proceeds will be matched, up to $500 by Modern Woodmen. The event will run through October 20.

Tickets are available

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Poker run pays off for VFW


2016 Ranger winner: Left to right Post Commander Robert Smith; District I Vice Commander Victor Dill; winners John and Deena Eads of Gallatin; John Regginborn and Jerry Ferguson, both members of the Gallatin VFW; and Rob Bozarth of Rob’s Cycle of Pattonsburg.

The 2nd Annual Off Road Poker Run was another big success despite the rain and cold weather, raising $7,209 for Gallatin Veteran’s of Foreign Wars Post 2172. The

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Kickin’ Cancer fundraiser great success

kickin-cancer-dscf9126The Third Annual Kickin’ Cancer Fundraiser was a terrific success with about 180 people attending, according to the fund-raising committee. Over $7,500 was raised from free-will donations during the event. Money raised will be used for the purchase of gas cards for patients who travel to treatment.

The BBQ fundraiser block party was held on Saturday, Oct. 8, on Market Street, between the Gallatin Methodist Church and the lumber yard.

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Gun & Knife show returns to St. Joe


Hundreds of tables full of new and old guns will be displayed at the St. Joseph Gun & Knife Show as it returns to the Civic Arena this weekend, Oct. 8-9.

There will be guns, knives, ammo, archery, gun parts, reloading supplies, holsters and other related products, some at discounted prices! The show layout plans for over 250 tables on the main floor of the Civic Arena jam-packed with guns

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Gallatin club says goodbye to summer

Nita Cragg was hostess for the September meeting of the Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Her program on kitchen utensils from the past brought up many nostalgic memories. Members brought items for our basket for the “Kickin Cancer with Kindness” fundraiser on Oct. 8, from 5 to 6:30. The pulled pork dinner and silent auction will be held in the street between the Methodist Church and Gallatin

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National 4-H Week – Salute to our youth!


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The Brushy Squirrels 4-H is excited for a new year!

4-h-brushy-one Last year we grew in size considerably and anticipate a great year to come! Each year the club enjoys taking part in community projects, farm visits, the Regional Energizer, Clover Kid and 4-H camp at Crowder State park, an ice cream social at the Jamesport fair for fundraising and a big ticket item for fun (last year was swimming at ChiliBay!). At each meeting the members conduct a business meeting

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12 from Gallatin FFA received chapter degrees


Twelve Members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter travelled to Chillicothe on Sept. 21 to participate in the Area II FFA Chapter Degree Ceremony. Over 150 Chapter Degree recipients from the 21 Area II schools participated. The Chapter FFA Degree is the highest degree that can be earned at the chapter level. To earn this degree, students must have a satisfactory Supervised Agriculture Experiences (SAE) project, demonstrate leadership skills, and be

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