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Gallatin School Board Meets New Faculty

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education was introduced to the following new members of the school’s faculty during their meeting held July 17 —

Courtney Ray – high school math; Taryn Dustman – high school P. E.; Ron Alden – agriculture teacher and FFA advisor; Pat Johnson – second grade; Xandria Obico – high school band; Crystal Pash – first grade; and Sherri Steinman – sixth grade. A work agreement

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North Daviess Spiffs Up for Birthday, Early Start for School

All the windows at the North Daviess School are now replaced in preparation for the 100th birthday celebration of the North Daviess school building, located in Jameson, which is yet a year away in 2015. The first day of school was held on Oct. 4, 1915.

More money will be raised to purchase new blinds needed for some of the windows.

The cost of the windows and labor for installation

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R-2 School, Fields Get a Spiffing; Lunch Prices Set

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education heard an update on summer maintenance projects during their meeting held July 17. The floors in the elementary and high school have been refinished. Several classrooms and hallways have been painted. Concrete work has been completed at the football field. New railings have been installed at the softball and football field. Work is underway to install a new water line to the football/softball field.

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Blasts from the Past

July 21, 2004

Brian Robertson, son of Richard and Kathy Robertson, graduated May 8 from Peru St. College, Peru, Neb. Brian earned his bachelor of science degree in sports management and a coaching certificate.

Completion of the new church for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is targeted sometime before the end of the year. The $1.1 million church will be made of red bricks with white colonial

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Nelson Completes National, Regional Duties

Begins as FBLA president

Aubrey Nelson of the Gallatin Future Business Leaders of America was recognized for completing her year-long position at the Missouri-Regional Aide for the National FBLA-North Central Region. Aubrey was acknowledged during the regional meeting held in conjunction with the 2014 FBLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn. Aubrey served her position after applying and interviewing and being selected by the North Central Regional Vice-President, Rohan Aggarwal.

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Weigand Serves as Band Camp Counselor

Denise Weigand, a CMU sophomore from Weatherby, served as a camp counselor along with 13 other CMU music students or recent graduates at the Central Methodist University 2014 Band Camp.

Band Camp 2014 at CMU drew a record 90 campers from across Missouri and from Illinois, according to CMU Prof. Skip Vandelicht, camp director.

The participating musicians, all of them entering either high school or junior high this coming academic

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Blasts from the Past

July 14, 2004

Don McWilliams, son of Lenora and Tom McWilliams of Gallatin, has accepted a position of customer service representative for Midwest Airlines. Mr. McWilliams has been in the airline industry for 30 years.

Erin Croy, Lindsey Robertson and Emily Gay have returned from the 63rd session of Missouri Girls State. Erin was elected police officer of her city. Lindsey and Emily were elected police judges and state

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Burns Receives RYLA Scholarship

Aubrey D. Burns received the local Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA), a $450 scholarship. Aubrey traveled to William Woods University in Fulton on June 22-25 to attend the Missouri RYLA Academy. She went through various activities and participated in a simulation experience with a team in planning a service project. The participants gained an understanding of service leadership and specific qualities of a servant leader. They were made aware of

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Brogan Attends Summer Academic Program at MU

Cody Brogan, Gallatin, is among Missouri’s brightest high school students who recently attended the Missouri Scholars Academy (MSA) at the University of Missouri. Brogan will be a junior at Gallatin High School this fall.

MSA began in 1985 and provides students opportunities to expand their educational and social skills. This year, students spent their time at Mizzou in intensive classroom settings, studying one of four individually selected subjects, including mathematics,

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