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Winston to Hold Jesse James Days Festival

The Winston Historical Society will present the 27th Annual Jesse James Days Festival Friday, July 11, and Saturday, July 12, in Winston. The depot will be open Saturday at noon.

Friday’s agenda includes an ice cream social, a corn hole tournament, and a gospel sing with music from Overflow.

Breakfast will start off Saturday’s activities, followed by a vendor fair, horse shoe tossing, baby show, and many other events.

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Chiefs Training Camp Scheduled

ST. JOSEPH, MO — The Kansas City Chiefs’ pre-season practices, held at Missouri Western State University, will begin July 24 this year and run through August 14. (All times and dates subject to change.) While MWSU charges $5 parking, admission is free unless otherwise noted. “American Family” Fun Day, will be July 26, with $5 admission fee (no charge for children ages 3 and under). All Chiefs members will sign

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Seeking Fair Queen Contestants

The fourth annual North Central Missouri Fair Queen competition has been planned and coordinators are seeking contestants. Young women ages 17-21 with involvement in FFA and 4H are eligible at no cost. An application, which is to list honors and awards, activities, future plans, and reason for wanting the title of Fair Queen, are due with a photograph of the contestant by July 1—send to Grundy R-5 School, Attn: Mrs.

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Parenting Workshops Offered Free

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The University of Missouri Extension will hold a series of parent education workshops beginning June 24, 2-4 p.m. The five week period includes five sessions on family strengths, communication, positive discipline, money matters, and kids and self-esteem. Each topic is covered on a separate day. Participants are asked to attend all of the workshops, held Extension office in Chillicothe. The workshops are free. Registration is required by

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Summer Concert by Grand River Valley

A musical program called “Down by the Riverside,” with a variety of collections to include “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” will be presented by members of the Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra for their summer concert, June 28 at Trenton’s First Baptist Church. This concert, which begins at 7 p.m., is free and open to the public. The multi-county group formed in 2009 and is funded through donations.

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Food Drive by Chamber of Commerce

TRENTON, MO — On Thursday, June 26, in the Hy-Vee and Save-A-Lot parking lots, the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will conduct its annual summer food drive. Volunteers will be on-hand from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at both locations to accept non-perishable food items. All products collected will be taken to the Community Food Pantry for distribution to those in need.

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House of Prayer Gospel and Patriotic Special

CHILLICOTHE, MO — It’s time for the 4th annual “God & Country” Gospel and Patriotic Music and Narration special, hosted by House of Prayer Rescue Mission, Sunday, June 29 at 3 p.m. The event is planned for Simpson Park’s west shelter house—or in inclement weather, or with temperatures above 90, at the House of Prayer (144 Herriford Street). The National Anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, and special selections by vocalists Ben

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PWSD#4 Mails Annual Report

The Public Water Supply District #4 of Livingston County has mailed the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report to all patrons of the district. This is an annual report, giving important information about drinking water quality. Included in the report are the source, what is in the water, and how the water quality compares with the federal standards.

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Crowder Hosts Backyard Campout

This Saturday, June 21, Crowder State Park outside Trenton will host a Great American Backyard Campout event from 3-9 p.m. Activities include nature crafts, a guided night hike, s’mores, and a 7 p.m. annual public meeting, all of which precedes national events scheduled for June 28 throughout state parks, an initiative of the National Wildlife Federation. For more information call 660-359-6473 or visit mostateparks.com.

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