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Girl Scout invited to register, skate night Aug. 25

Girl Scout registration night and skate party will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25, at Cameron YMCA. Girls in kindergarten through grade 12 in Caldwell, Clinton, Daviess and DeKalb Counties are invited to register. Girls must be registered Girl Scout members to skate. Not a member? Parents can register girls on site or at gsksmo.org/join.

For more information, call or text Ramona McQuinn at 816-616-9524 or email

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Corwin honored for Eagle Scout rank


Rep. J. Eggleston, Eagle Scout Morgan Corwin and his parents, Scoutmaster Mark and Vicki Corwin

Morgan Corwin was honored during a Court of Honor ceremony on Aug. 7 at Dockery Park for achieving his rank of Eagle Scout. District 2 State Representative J. Eggleston presented Morgan a House Courtesy Resolution in honor of his reaching the Boy Scout’s highest attainable rank.

Morgan’s family and friends, Representative Eggleston, and members of

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How much rent should I get for my farm?

University of Missouri Extension agriculture business specialists discuss issues such as when a tenant should pay part of the rent, how and when to terminate a lease and how much rent is fair at the Farm Lease Program on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

The program runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at the following sites:

Keytesville High School Multipurpose Room, 27247 Highway 5, Keytesville;

Clark County Extension Center, courthouse

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Outdoor classroom ready for the children to learn

Eagle walkwayPatrick McNickle has restored the outdoor classroom at Gallatin R-5 High School for his Eagle Scout project. The classroom is located southeast of the high school.

Patrick, son of Tamara and Jeff McNickle, is a junior at R-5 and has been a scout since he was 10.

Patrick said the classroom area was in bad shape when he started, with bushes overgrown, plastic from mulch bags showing through the dirt,

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Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show receives sponsorship from Terry Implement

The 2016 Fall Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show, presented by the Community Cupboard Food Pantry in Cameron, will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, with the theme “Remembering 9-11.” The show will be held in downtown Cameron at McCorkle Park – $15/vehicle to enter.

Terry Implement of Gallatin will provide a tractor division sponsorship for the show.

“Brice Terry took time out of his busy morning to visit with us and

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Eastern Star scholarship winners announced

Eastern StarOrder of the Eastern Star scholarship recipients are pictured, left to right, Aubrey Burns, Tristen Wilson, Jade Hahn and Cierra Keller. Not pictured: James Knifong.

Scholarship winners announced

On June 21, Sunlight Chapter #247, Order of the Eastern Star of Maysville, honored the scholarship recipients and their parents/grandparents with a carry-in dinner. These winners were chosen from the surrounding area Easter Star chapters who have consolidated with Maysville, including all

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Garden and Craft hears about AVID

The Gallatin Garden and Craft Club held their monthly meeting on July 19 at the Gallatin Baptist Church. Sue Downey served as the July hostess. Roll call for members was to report on their heirloom tomato plants given to them at the June meeting. The saying for July was “Freedom is the last best hope on earth” by Abraham Lincoln. The club was thrilled to have three teachers as special

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Gallatin FFA officers attend session to further skills

school ffa area twoEight members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter officer team attended the Area II FFA Association Chapter Officer Institute on August 1. The institute was held at the Litton Ag Center with over 17 Area II chapters attending. Chapter officers attended break out sessions designed to further their skills within their respective offices and participated in several team building exercises. Members attending are pictured, left to right, front row, Taylor Rardon,

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Winston Troop 167 brings home Spirit Stick

boy scouts one Troop 167 from Winston attended the sixth and final week of regular Boy Scout camping at Camp Geiger from July 17-23.  Five leaders and 11 scouts endured the heat with a positive attitude.  This was the first year at Geiger for two young men. Not only were several boy scouts twomerit badges earned but also some Mic-O-Say inductions and advancements.  The Troop was honored to bring home the coveted Spirit Stick award.

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