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Conservation Commission suspends 11

The Missouri Conservation Commission met on Aug. 25, for its closed session at Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center in Columbia, and on Aug. 26, for its regular open meeting at the MDC Central Regional Office in Columbia.

The commission suspended or revoked one or more hunting, fishing, or trapping privileges of 11 individuals for cause, including, Matthew D. Yoder, Jamesport, Hunting, 2 Years; Joseph P. Ebert, Gravois Mills, All

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Garden club learns history from yesteryear

The Gallatin Garden Club and Craft Club met Aug. 16, at the home of the hostess Marge Hennen. Roll call was to name a flower grown by a mother or grandmother in the yard or garden. Hollyhock and peonies took the lead in answers. The club was honored to have Shelba Runyan as a guest. She brought blooming dahlias. Shelba is an avid gardener and grew the flowers in her

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Senior Center plans renovation, thanks in part to Summit Natural Gas donation

sr ctr grant Jim Aschbrenner, Active Aging Resource Center Board member, and Administrator Deanna Lewis are pictured in front of one of the two windows at the senior center which will be replaced and made more energy efficient.

A Volunteers Friendship Quilt will be raffled off on Veteran’s Day.

Senior Center jumping on renovation bandwagon, thanks in part to Summit Natural Gas

The Active Aging Resource Center (Daviess County Senior Center) is adding

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Haitian Women, Girls Receive Aid from Missouri Girls

LDS Pam Lawson by  Brenda Simmons

Over 70 girls and women of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered in early August to help with a project for women in Haiti. It was part of an annual youth conference for the Far West Missouri Stake which was held Aug. 2-5 at Morrell Ranch in Gallatin, and was the second time a sizeable group from the church gathered to work together. The

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By the Gallatin Theater League

The Gallatin Theater League (GTL) Board July and August meetings  opened with discussion of the success of the Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT). Committee Chair Amy McMahon reported 33 local children performed for 152 audience members.  Doug and Jackie Nichols hosted the MCT directors in their home the week of practice prior to the shows. A “meet and greet” BBQ  for League members with the directors

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Winston FFA makes mark at local fairs

school winston Sam, Elizabeth-rabbitsFive members of the Winston FFA Chapter exhibited projects at various fairs at the local, district, and state levels recently, including:

Logan Caldwell-post driver; Shelby Mason-horse shoe star; Drew Neth-boot scraper/jack; Sam Uthe-rabbits; Elizabeth O’Dell-rabbits.

“Congratulations to these students for all of their hard work and dedication to their individual projects, and their achievements in the National FFA Organization,” said Katie Martin, Agricultural Education/FFA at Winston.school winston Logan, Shelby, Drew projects

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Chautauqua to recognize Century Farmers, veterans

The theme of this year’s Daviess County Chautauqua is “Our Rich Heritage.” The Daviess County Arts Council plans to celebrate the 180th birthday of Daviess County with a number of activities centered around this theme.

Chautauqua is set for Sept. 16-18 on the Gallatin square. The opening ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16.

The opening ceremony falls on National Missing In Action and Prisoner of War Day.

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Support local seniors

The Active Aging Resource Center in Gallatin will hold a dinner, raffle and auction to support local seniors in memory of Julia Shank on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27-28, at the Lake Viking Clubhouse.

You may wish to attend the dinner event or make any purchase, with 100% proceeds going to the local Center to support seniors.

Attend a dinner, raffle and auction from 5:30-10 p.m. on Saturday. (Event ticket

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153 students receive school supplies

Access II, Independent Living Center, Gallatin, was able to provide 153 students with school supplies at their annual Back to School Bash held on July 27. This event was possible only with the support of the many businesses, organizations, and volunteers who made donations.

For information about all of the services offered by Access II Independent Living Center, call 660-663-2423 or toll free 888-663-2423, or visit our website at www.accessii.org.

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