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Knee-Hi prepares for contest days

By Alex Endicott Reporter, Knee-Hi 4-H Club 

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Bob Teegarden shows the Knee-Hi 4-H Club members the basics of leather work and projects that they can do while attending 4-H Camp.

Knee-Hi 4-H Club met on May 11 at the Covel D. Searcy Elementary School library. This meeting was the last for the current 4-H year. Daviess County Achievement/Contest Day has been scheduled for June 29 at the First Christian Church

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Two from Gallatin in Tae Kwon Do tournament

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Pictured, left to right are Megan Kopek and Libby Endicott.

Two students from Green Hills Tae Kwon Do participated May 14, at the 14th Annual Two Rivers Martial Arts Tournament in West Des Moines, Iowa. Megan Kopek, daughter of Brady and Jill Kopek of Hamilton, competed in the sub-mini pee-wee division and earned a second place in forms and a third place in sparring. Miss Libby Endicott, daughter of Corey

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DCBWA meeting

The Daviess County Business Women’s Association met May 10 in the community room of the Baptist Church. Dinner was catered by Tammy Gay. Eleven club members and their two guests, scholarship recipient Tristyn Siegel and her mother, were present. Tristyn gave a brief talk outlining her plans to attend Missouri Western University and obtain a bachelor of fine arts degree. The next meeting of the Business Women’s Club will be

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NRA donates to 4-H shooting sports

The NRA Foundation has awarded the Daviess County 4-H Shooting Sports Board a grant totaling $3,844.96 to fund additional projects at the Dockery Park shooting range and to buy equipment.

“We are very excited about the Dockery Park Shooting Range, and pleased that the NRA is making an investment in our youth,” said Alicia Endicott, County Coordinator for Daviess County 4-H Shooting Sports.

The amount of $3,224 of the grant

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4th Annual Hunger Run— ending hunger one mile at a time

cupboard community run

Pictured are Sandra Harrelson, Larry House Jr., Cheryle Lee, who owns Mom’s Place in Polo, (one of Community Cupboard’s sponsors), and Joe Lucieto. The bikers are holding gifts certificates to Mom’s Place, one of the stops along the last year’s Hunger Run and also a stop on this year’s run.

On May 28, The Community Cupboard Food Pantry in Cameron will be hosting its 4th Annual Hunger Run, a 115

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5K Color Run set for May 21

Access II Independent Living Center will hold its annual 5K Color Run fundraiser event on Saturday, May 21, in Gallatin. All proceeds benefit Access II’s special projects for individuals with disabilities in the community.

Registration is $50; ages 13 and under is $35. Participants can register on the day of the event.

Should the weather turn inclement, the 5K will be rescheduled for Saturday, June 4. Information will be available

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VFW Post 2172 donates to flag project

VFW Donation to Rotary IMAG3783The Frank Frazier Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2172, has donated $500 to the Gallatin Rotary Club for the flag pole project. In addition to the money, VFW is also going to provide coating of the concrete base for the project and flags. Pictured from left to right are Jim Aschbrenner, Daren Adkins, Rotary President, Sandy Ward, Rotary Treasurer, and Victor Dill.

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Far West Stake conference held in Gallatin

mormon Far West Stake PictureChurch members of the Far West Missouri Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered April 16 and 17 in Gallatin to hold a historic first conference since the stake was organized on Oct. 18, 2015.

“Today is yet another beginning,” Stake President Michael D. Call, Richmond, said. “It’s the first conference of the new stake. It’s a new day.”

His message was one of hope, seeking

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Sons of Confederates meeting

Sons of Confederate Veterans Surgeon John Cravens Camp #2276  will meet at 7 p.m. on May 16 at 402 N. Main (Friends in Christ Church) in Gallatin.  Anyone interested is welcome to attend.

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