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Gallatin Drama Club presents “After Hours”

Gallatin High School Drama Club will present “After Hours” on Friday, April 8, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 9, at 2 p.m.

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Students pictured are, front row, Jakob Axton; second row, Kenzie Widner, Machaela Fawson, Drew Moulin, Theresa France; third row, Kharlie Thompkins, Emily Andersen, Megan Redman; fourth row: Talon Stout, Abigail Mable, Ethan Johnston, Briar Roll, Jackson Lichfield, Garrett Lewis. Not pictured: Savannah Riley, Natalie Marble.

The play

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Tree Climbers chatter

Jerry Morris of Bixby, Okla., donated a four volume set of Morris family history to the Tree Climbers Genealogical Society of Pattonsburg. This history includes the family of Daniel James and Mary Elizabeth (McMillion) Morris documenting their descendants with photographs, historical documents and personal stories. The history is available for research at the Tree Climbers in Pattonsburg Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning each week and by appointment anytime.

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Gallatin club Founder’s Day is April 18

The Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma  Phi met on  March 14 at the home of Nancy  Terry.  New officers were elected and they will be installed on May 2. The group met again on April 4 with Lois Barton as hostess.  The club welcomed back  snowbirds Lois Agenstein  and Ruth Frost. Nancy Terry finalized plans  for Founder’s Day on April 18.  The club will carpool at Barton’s and

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Winston FCCLA receive high ratings at leadership conference

Students from Winston High School attended the annual Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference, March 29-31, at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach.

Delilah Gadd received a gold rating in Career Investigation.  Ashley Gadberry and Maggie Farrell received a gold rating in Life Event Planning.  Ashley Noel received a gold rating in Promote and Publicize FCCLA! Elizabeth O’Dell received a silver rating in Interior Design, and

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Grand River rehearsals

The Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra is holding registration and rehearsals for their summer concert. Registration is at 6 p.m. There is a $10 fee for participation. Rehearsals begin April 12 and run Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Hodge Presbyterian, 315 West Crowder Rd., Trenton. The concert will be held on June 18.

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Children have a good time at “Story Time”

A “Story Time” was held at the Jamesport library on April 2.  Peter Allen played his ukulele as the children sang songs. After listening to the story “The Tar Baby” about a trickster rabbit from Africa, Zach and Dayvon Gingerich, Keaton Shuler and Jade Gingerich made their own dead fingers in a box to fool family and friends.

The next Story Time is at 9:30 a.m. on April 9 at

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Successful Meals on Wheels fundraiser

web_BTCBankLunchThe Active Aging Resource Center sold about 200 sandwiches on Thursday, March 31, for the Meals on Wheels fundraiser. The weather didn’t cooperate with a chilly wind under an overcast sky that afternoon, still the Center cleared about $1,000 in sales and $330 in donations for a $1,330 profit.

“Gallatin High School FBLA and the BTC Bank did all the work, which was very generous of them,” said Deanna Lewis,

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Free course on media awareness during emergencies

Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium is offering a free Department of Homeland Security-certified course on Media Awareness and Response at Chillicothe.

Whether it be roadside, at the scene of an emergency, or in a crisis situation, rural first responders are often thrust into the role of a public information officer fielding questions from the news media and working with media outlets to quickly and effectively communicate information to the public.


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North Central Missouri College Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

Thirty-one North Central Missouri College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society on March 29, including Kendra Carman (Kidder), and Isaac Poplin and Jasmine Ramirez, both of Gallatin.

PTK is the world’s largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year college students. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in an accredited institution offering an associate degree, completed at least 12 credit hours, have a 3.50 GPA

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