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Gallatin club elects new officers

The Laureate Delta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held their March meeting at the home of Nancy Terry-Thompson. Members voted to donate $200 to Meals on Wheels and $100 to the Darla Tolle Memorial Fund.

The following new officers were elected:  President Nancy Salmon, Vice President Barbara Irby, Secretary Lois Barton,  Treasurer  Linda Bridgeman and Corresponding Secretary Nancy Tate.

On April 3 members met at the home of Lois

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District One VFW meeting

VFW District One will hold a meeting on Saturday, April 8, beginning at 11 a.m. at VFW Post #2176 in Bethany. New officers will take the oath of office. A memorial service for deceased members will be observed. The joint meeting will begin at 11 a.m. The regular District One meeting will follow the joint meeting and lunch.

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Free creative writing lesson at LDS

Theodore Johnson, Lake Viking, will hold a free copyrighted power point presentation on how to write and publish from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 22 at the LDS Church, located off Highway 6, west of Gallatin. Mr. Johnson taught free lessons on writing at the county library last year. Those 12 lessons will be compiled into the one presentation.

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4-H talks animals and wood whittling

Knee-Hi 4-H Club discusses small animal projects and wood whittling at recent meetings

Brandy Burton of Trenton is pictured talking to Knee-Hi 4-H Club members about the different classes of chickens and rabbits that can be shown in 4-H.

Recent monthly meetings of the Knee-Hi 4-H Club were on held on Feb. 8 and March 8 at the Gallatin Elementary cafeteria. The guest speaker for February was Brandy Burton of

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Alicia Endicott honored with 4-H volunteer award

Alicia Endicott of Daviess County was honored with a 2017 Frank Graham 4-H Volunteer Leadership Award by the Missouri 4-H Foundation on March 17. Endicott was one of 35 volunteers recognized for her commitment to the University of Missouri Extension 4-H Youth Development Program.

State 4-H Council member Echo Essick, right, presents the 2017 Frank Graham 4-H Volunteer Leadership Award to Alicia Endicott of Daviess County.

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Gallatin FFA earns recognition in Area II Leadership Event

Several Gallatin FFA members participated in the Area II Leadership Development Events held March 8 in Cameron and March 15 in Gallatin.

Graydee Rains placed second and received a gold for his complete record book. Tom Crouse received a bronze medal for his incomplete record book.

Zoe Bradford received a silver medal for her placement record book. Megan Cox and Jacob Wilson received a bronze for the Chapter Secretary Book

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Ma-Has-Kah scout leaders recognized, can you name that district?

Several outstanding scout leaders were recently recognized at the annual recognition dinner of the Ma-Has-Kah District. The District Light Bulb Award was presented to Craig Hathcock, Gallatin, for his leadership as District Commissioner and Woodbadge.

Dean Sager, Trenton, was presented the District Award of Merit, the highest recognition for the district. Mr. Sager has been involved in scouting for over 50 years, and has served as the scoutmaster for Troop 

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Martial art students pack a punch with new friends, fun

Students of Green Hills Tae Kwon Do competed Saturday, March 18, at the Heritage Tae Kwon Do Invitational Tournament held at the South Harrison High School in Bethany. Martial artists of all ages and belt ranks from North Missouri, Iowa and Kansas competed in forms, breaking and sparring. This annual tournament is an opportunity for students to compete against other schools, meet new friends and have fun.

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Pollinator crops and beekeeping meeting

The Greenhills Beekeepers Club will be hosting an informational meeting on Pollinator Crops: Their Importance and Production, Monday, March 27, at 7 p.m. at the American Legion Building in Braymer. There is no cost for attending the program.

Presenters will include Dan Switzer, discussing various conservation cost share programs through NRCS and FSA for establishing pollinator crops. Tim Baker with the University of Missouri Extension will also discuss some of

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