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FBLA students fill backpacks, lighten load for hungry children

Gallatin FBLA members delivering backpacks on Friday, March 10, are pictured, left to right, front row: Sami Boyd, Aubrey Feiden, Hayley Michael, & Chloe Simmons; back row, Taylor Sloan, Megan Cox, Courtney Shubert, Janee Filbeck, Mattison Ishmael, and Barb Holcomb.

Gallatin FBLA sponsors the Backpack Buddies program which delivers 67 backpacks every Friday to elementary, middle and high school students.

Over 50% of the children in the Gallatin School District

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Sadie Wuerfele, welcome to Culver-Stockton College’s Class of 2021

Congratulations to Sadie Wuerfele from Pattonsburg, a senior at Maysville R-1 High School, has been accepted into Culver-Stockton College’s fall 2017 incoming class. Wuerfele also received the Wildcat scholarship.

Culver-Stockton College, located in Canton is a four-year residential institution in affiliation with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). C-SC specializes in experiential education and is one of only two colleges in the nation to offer the 12/3 semester calendar, where

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High school juniors may no longer get free ACT

High school juniors would not be able to take the ACT for free next school year under a budget amendment approved by lawmakers Wednesday.
The Subcommittee on Appropriations for Education voted to take $3.4 million out of a statewide Performance Based Assessment fund that would pay for the test.
Missouri has been paying for high school juniors to take the ACT for free since the 2014-2015 school year. This cut

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These students take the lead

Every teacher enjoys the help of a student who possesses great leadership qualities and uses these qualities to assist others. Selected by elementary staff members at Pattonsburg R-2 for displaying leadership characteristics were front row, Kyleigh Stitt, kindergarten; Levi Anderson, first grade; back row, Addie Crone, second grade; Katelyn Jones, fourth grade; Landon Woodward, fifth grade and Kaylor Hodge, third grade,   These students were honored as Character Students of the

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Winston Backpack Buddies fundraiser

Winston School will be holding a vendor fundraiser/quarter auction to support its Backpack Buddies program. The event will be held at the Winston School gymnasium, 200 West 3rd Street, on Saturday, April 8. Doors open at 1 p.m. and the auction will start at 2 p.m. Early Bird Shopping with vendors will be held from 1 to 2 p.m.

Auction paddles are $5 each. You can purchase as many paddles

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Public forum slates this Monday focuses on R-5 school tax proposal

An public forum to discuss a proposed tax increase for Gallatin R-5 School District will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 13 in the high school commons.

A brief introduction and overview will be presented by Dr. Bryan Copple, superintendent of schools. But much of the forum will be discussion in a question-answer format. All school patrons are invited to participate and share in the discussion.

The tax

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Local Church Women United provide scholarships to NCMC students

Pictured are, from left, Celia Vaughn, representing Grundy County Church Women United, Ashlin Nichols of Milan, Robin Dennert of Trenton, Teresa Cross, NCMC Director of Development, Jamie Kottwitz of Jamesport,  Lacey Petrone of Trenton, and Margaret Ann Rice, representing Grundy County Church Women United. Not pictured: Anna Reeter of Trenton and Emily Vandever of Trenton.

The local Church Women United organization has donated profits from the operation of the Trenton

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Correction to FFA Degrees

The FFA State and American Degree lists were incorrect in the Feb. 22, 2017, issue of the Gallatin North Missourian.

State FFA Degree recipients are as follows: 2016 — Kase Critten, Aubrey Burns, Cooper Grady; 2017 — Declan Schweizer, Mattison Ishmael, Dalton Swalley, Kaitlyn Bird, Tanner Johnson, Jarod Rains, Taylor Rardon.

American Degree recipients are as follows: 2016 — Kaley Cox; 2017 — Tannah Terry, Dane Brammer, Kourtney Bird, Daniel

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Pattonsburg JH band excels at music contest

On Feb. 18, Pattonsburg students in grades 5-7 took part in the Junior High Music Contest held at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, and all students received either superior or excellent ratings. Arah (Shelton) Gay, a Gallatin graduate, is the band instructor.

Results from contest are as follows:

I Ratings: Kierra de Jong, xylophone solo; Emily Henry and Ereannah Brookshier,       clarinet/euphonium duet; Savannah Hughes and Cadi Chamberlin, clarinet/trumpet duet;

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