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Working on ‘9 to 5’, show coming soon

Pictured rehearsing for ‘9 to 5’ are Bailey Hixson and Kaylee Burrell, background Kim Ness & Jackie Nichols. Rehearsals are underway for the Gallatin Theater League’s upcoming performance of the musical “9 to 5”. Theater followers will see several new faces in this show, along with many of your favorite local talents. Tickets are on sale now for this rollicking musical-comedy written by Patricia Resnick, with music and lyrics by

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Local Church Women United provide scholarships to NCMC students

Pictured are, from left, Celia Vaughn, representing Grundy County Church Women United, Ashlin Nichols of Milan, Robin Dennert of Trenton, Teresa Cross, NCMC Director of Development, Jamie Kottwitz of Jamesport,  Lacey Petrone of Trenton, and Margaret Ann Rice, representing Grundy County Church Women United. Not pictured: Anna Reeter of Trenton and Emily Vandever of Trenton.

The local Church Women United organization has donated profits from the operation of the Trenton

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Auditions set for Christmas musical

Auditions for “Savior of the World: His Birth and Resurrection,” a regional musical performed during the Christmas season, will be held on March 4 and 11.

The auditions are open to the public for people of all faiths from across northwest and north central Missouri with roles for adults, youth and children age eight and older.

“Savior of the World” depicts the events surrounding the life of Jesus Christ –

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Caldwell Foundation Cancer Assistance holds Shamrock & Run

The Caldwell County Foundation Cancer Assistance will be holding the Shamrock & Run 5K and Rainbow Fun Run Saturday, March 18, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The 5K race will start at 5 p.m. Registrations should be received by March 4, to guarantee an event tee shirt. The cost is $25 for the 5K and the Rainbow Fun Run is free. Late registrations will be accepted; however, tee shirts may not

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Correction to FFA Degrees

The FFA State and American Degree lists were incorrect in the Feb. 22, 2017, issue of the Gallatin North Missourian.

State FFA Degree recipients are as follows: 2016 — Kase Critten, Aubrey Burns, Cooper Grady; 2017 — Declan Schweizer, Mattison Ishmael, Dalton Swalley, Kaitlyn Bird, Tanner Johnson, Jarod Rains, Taylor Rardon.

American Degree recipients are as follows: 2016 — Kaley Cox; 2017 — Tannah Terry, Dane Brammer, Kourtney Bird, Daniel

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Donation for OATS riders

Beginning March 1, riders from Daviess County won’t be charged a fare due to a donation from the Seventh-Day Adventist Church for as long as the donation lasts. Call your local contact for details.

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Oh the Drama…9 to 5 coming soon

The excitement is building. Opening night for “9 To 5” is only three weeks away.  Directors Sharon Lockridge and Lana Belshe, pianist Sue Bird, and the cast and crew are working so hard to bring a fantastic production to our community stage. Tickets for the March 16, 17, and 18 performance are now on sale at Eilene’s Beauty Shop in Gallatin.    Don’t miss this one!

A huge “Thank You” to

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Lake Viking Polar Bear plunge features 100 plungers

The Mermaids from Access II take the plunge: Karla Garner, Brandy Gannan, Chelsea Rector, Heather Swymeler, Nicole Mausser, Jen Grider, Jessica Adkins and Lisa Bowles.

By Troy Lesan

The 10th Annual Polar Plunge on Feb. 25 at Lake Viking was a splashing success, raising $30,189 to date. A record 100 brave men and women from around the area donned costumes and swimwear to take a chilly dip into Lake Viking.

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Community support needed to keep Meals on Wheels rolling

The Active Aging Resource Center announced that it will be participating in the 15th annual March for Meals – a month-long, nationwide celebration of Meal on Wheels and the homebound and vulnerable seniors who rely on its vital safety net. The Active Aging Resource Center’s March for Meals celebration will include a partnership with Gallatin High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and BTC Bank.

“The services that we

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