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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

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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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From the Bench ‘Puppies for parole’ a circuit success!

By Circuit Judge R. Brent Elliott

State Representative Jay Eggleston and I were recently invited to Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron to witness the 4,000th adoption of a dog under the “Puppies for Parole” (PFP) program. Although I was aware of the program I had no idea how many people are involved in and benefit from its operation.

According to guest speakers Governor Jay Nixon and George Lombardi (Director of

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Hugs from Home quilt project boosts morale one hug at a time

The Hugs from Home Quilt Project provides free handmade quilts for deployed military personnel during the Christmas season. “Hugs” also provide the quilts to various local needs, such as “The River Front Relief Project” for homeless families living on the Missouri river front, Women’s Shelters, Veterans Administration, and other special needs.

The “Hugs” project is offered for free through donations of time and materials from the community. Volunteers work at

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Oh the Drama…September

The Gallatin Theater League (GTL) fall production will be the musical comedy “Nunsense.”  GTL will host auditions at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2, at the theater.  Community members are invited to audition. Directors Doug Nichols and Tom Garnett encourage all to come join the fun. GTL will donate two tickets to “Nunsense” to the Kickin’ Cancer fundraiser.

League members Nancy Garnett, Lana Belshe, and Elizabeth Plotner will be ready

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Gallatin Bulldog Pride marching band

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On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Bulldog Pride Marching Band competed at Carrollton Band Day in Indoor Color Guard, Parade Street Marching, and Drumline. The Band competed in their class 2A rank, placing third in Parade Street Marching and first  in Drumline competition. Congratulations to Gallatin Bulldog Pride Marching Band for showing our Bulldog spirit, and putting forth effort. On Oct. 8, the Band will be competing at Fayette, and on

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Learn and Do Club marks 50 years

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Irene Taul and Lola Critten just observed their 50th anniversary … as original charter members of the Learn and Do Extension Club!

Observing 50 years of fun and friendship, the Learn and Do Club met Sept. 22 at the home of Darlene Morrison, with two 50-year charter members in attendance, Irene Taul and Lola Critten. They marked the occasion with a dozen roses and an anniversary cake. Darlene served a

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