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Rotary Welcomes Four New Members

The Rotary Club of Gallatin welcomed four new members on Tuesday by current president Daren Adkins.

From left to right are Tony Stonecypher, Dr. Brian Copple, Anita Riley, Stacey Maxwell, and Daren Adkins. The club meets every Tuesday at noon at the Daviess County Country Club. Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to let a current member know.

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Jumps Honored by the Vo-Ag Teachers Association

Rustin Jumps of Gallatin was recently awarded with a Distinguished Service Award at the 2015 MVATA Awards Luncheon.

Mr. Jumps represented the Northwest District Association of the organization. This awards luncheon was held as a function of the Missouri Vocational Agricultural Teachers Association annual conference, during the Missouri Association of Career and Technical Education Conference in Springfield.

Pictured from left to right, front row, Angie Hamlin, Highland; Valerie Montgomery, Bucklin

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Winston FFA Students Exhibit at NCMC Fair

Five students from the Winston FFA Chapter recently exhibited projects at the North Central Missouri Fair in Trenton. The following is a list of each FFA member and what they exhibited:

Logan Caldwell – Boot Jack; Drew Neth – BBQ Grill and Metalworking Forge; Gillian Heldenbrand – Scrolled Book Pages Wall Hanging; Elizabeth O’Dell – three Wreaths; Aaron Piburn – Standard Rex Rabbit.

Logan was honored for his woodworking project

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Gallatin Garden and Craft Club

The Gallatin Garden and Craft Club met July 21 for their monthly meeting. Hostess for the month, Sue Downey, held the meeting at the First Baptist Church. Sue’s reading of an anonymous letter given to her by a friend was hilarious. The letter recounted how a lady from a southern state was anticipating moving to a northern state for a year. The lady was anxious to experience snow, fall weather,

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Blasts from the Past

Aug. 10, 2005

Annie Gibson has opened a law office in Gallatin in the building located at 109 East Jackson. A 1997 Gallatin R-5 graduate, Annie attended the University of Missouri at Columbia, where she received her degree in psychology. She went to law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and passed the bar exam in 2004.

Kinsey Batson, Student Council President at Gallatin High School, is one of

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DAR Recognizes Vietnam Veterans, Commemorative Stamp

The Gallatin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will honor Daviess County veterans of the Vietnam War with a special dedication cancellation stamp during a ceremony set for 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 12, at the Gallatin Post Office.

Gallatin DAR has been trying to collect all the names of county Vietnam veterans since the Moving Wall came to Gallatin last August.

“We know the veterans listed

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Goats for OATS

Coming up with unique ideas for a fundraising event can be a challenge.  

Gallatin OATS Board members brainstormed for something new and different to go along with their popular basket raffle during the upcoming Chautauqua.

“Most auctions are for baked goods, quilts or afghans, things of a homemade nature,” said Beth Langley, Director of the Northwest Region for OATS. “Sometimes we get a car, a bike, or even a barbecue

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Farm Bureau Annual Meeting Aug. 7

Daviess County Farm Bureau will hold their annual meeting at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 7, at Dockery Park Shelter House, 601 Park Street in Gallatin. There will be a short business meeting beginning at 6 p.m., then an evening meal will be served.

The program will be: Richard Fordyce, Director of Agriculture.

Please RSVP 660-663-2700. The public is invited to attend.

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Jamesport Resident, Main Street Chillicothe Awarded

Missouri Main Street Connection Inc. (MMSC) presented downtown revitalization awards on July 30, recognizing revitalization excellence during the Annual Missouri Main Street Conference in Kansas City.

Main Street Chillicothe was recognized and received awards in three categories. Micah Landes has been serving as executive director of Main Street Chillicothe since September 2013. She came to Main Street Chillicothe after serving 1 ½ years as event coordinator for the Jamesport Community

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