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Aubrey Nelson Serves as State FBLA President

But the end is only the beginning

Aubrey Nelson, Gallatin High School senior, recently completed her term as 2014-2015 Missouri State FBLA President.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields.

Aubrey was elected president last spring, the first from her school to do so, after completing applications, holding interviews with state officials,

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Evening of the Arts at GHS

Gallatin High School Evening of the Arts will be held Wednesday, May 6. The evening will feature the art work of senior artists, Derek Brogan, Shelby Cameron, Wesley Lynn, Johnathan Moore and Elisa Warner.

Artwork will be on display in the gym starting at 4 p.m. until after the band concert. The band concert starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by a dessert bar.

The public is invited

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Pattonsburg Student Wins FEC Sponsored Trip to D.C.

Michael Siever

Michael Siever, a junior at Pattonsburg High School, has won the Annual Youth Tour to Washington essay contest, sponsored by Farmers’ Electric Cooperative. Michael is the son of George and Sherry Siever of Cameron.

Two juniors won all-expense paid trips to Washington, D.C. Three sophomores won all-expense paid trips to the Cooperative Youth Conference & Leadership Experience (C.Y.C.L.E.) conference in Jefferson City.

Placing second in the essay contest

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Winston Band to Perform at Worlds of Fun

On March 28 three members of the Winston High School Band took solos to the MSHSAA solo and ensemble festival in St. Joseph. Ashley Noel performed The Waterfall by Charles Bley, Taylor Smith performed Arioso by Johann Sebastian Bach, and Delilah Gadd performed Homeward Bound by Gavin Lendt. Rated by accomplished area musicians on a scale of five to one (with one as the highest possible rating) Ashley received a

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GHS FCCLA Holds Annual Awards and Installation Night

On Wednesday, April 15, the Gallatin FCCLA chapter held their annual STAR Events Awards, Senior Recognition, and Officer Installation Night.

FCCLA seniors were honored for all they have done throughout their membership in the club. Seniors who have given the organization at least four years of service received a red and white cord to wear at graduation. The following FCCLA seniors were honored:  Macon Allen, Kourtney Bird, Maile Cook, Gabrielle

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Two from Winston FFA Receive State Degree

The Winston FFA Chapter recently had seven members attend the 87th Missouri FFA State FFA Convention. Dylan Fields, Zane Snow, Georgia Caldwell, Carly Gordon, Thea Nelson, Aaron Piburn, and Drew Neth, along with advisor Katie Martin, traveled to Columbia for the annual convention held on April 16 and 17.

The Agricultural Mechanics Team consisting of Dylan Fields, Zane Snow, and Aaron Piburn placed 42nd. The Floriculture Team consisting of Georgia

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Winston Raises Salary Base

The Winston R-6 Board of Education approved the 2015-2016 salary schedule during their meeting held April 23. The salary schedule base was increased to $28,250 and noncertified staff was presented a 4.5% salary increase for the 2015-2016 school year.

The board approved a hay ground bid from Ryan Smith.

Through the recommendation of the Winston R-6 Health Insurance Committee, the board elected to no longer offer dependent care coverage. By

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North Daviess Accepts Mowing Bids

Mowing bids were submitted from Eads Lawn Care for $135, Mike Walker for $250 and James Cook for $180 during the April 16 meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education. The bid from James Cook was accepted to mow the school grounds.

Financial statement was presented and bills approved.

Peggy Heldenbrand requested that she move from head cook position to assistant cook with reduced hours, and the board

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GHS Presents Groom Has Cold Feet

The 2015 Gallatin High School Drama Club will be presenting the murder mystery The Groom Has Cold Feet by Martin A. Follose. The play will be at the Courtier Theater on Thursday, April 23, and Friday, April 24, at 6 p.m. both nights. The cost for admission is $5.

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