Kase Critten, Derrik Baldwin and Andrew Michael, of Gallatin’s FFA, are pictured delivering donuts during Business Appreciation Week. [Staff Photo/TLH]
Feb. 18, 2004
Rebecca Stith was selected as a full-time intern in Jefferson City for the spring semester. The internship is through the Statewide Internship Program of the Missouri House of Representatives. Rebecca is the daughter of Chris and Roberta Stith of Gallatin.
Ashley Wilson Ismael, daughter of Jim and Barbara Wilson, recently completed the ethics exam and final requirements in becoming a certified public accountant.
Feb. 16, 1994
Six members of the Winston FFA Chapter recently competed at the Area 2 Proficiency Night. The students submitted applications that summarize
The North Daviess FFA will soon be having its annual labor auction at the school. FFA members are planning on having food with a free-will donation. The auction of the students will follow. This is to help offset the cost for upcoming events such as state convention in Columbia, district contest at Maryville, and other related activities. Call the school at 660-828-4123 with questions.
National FFA Week is Feb. 15-22.
Princeton and Gallatin student councils have joined together to host a “yellow out” to help raise awareness for childhood cancer. The event will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at Gallatin when the teams play one another in a ball game.
The student councils will have a silent auction that evening. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the family of Patrick McBroom to help offset medical expenses
Covel D. Searcy Elementary held their monthly Character CHAMPS assembly on Monday, Feb. 3. The kindergarten introduced the word of the month, Honesty, with the help of the Gallatin Fire Protection District. Students of the Month were announced and presented their award by CHAMP and Gallatin Rotarian Vicki Corwin. The Students of the Month are pictured left to right are as follows: Valentina Green (Kindergarten), Courtney Crose (second), Kerri Berten
Five North Central Missouri College students enrolled in the MoManufacturingWINs program, including Jack Parker of Winston, were recently awarded scholarships by the North Central Missouri College
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