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Pierce Rash on USA Team, Special Olympics

Every four years, Special Olympics conducts national summer games in the United States with athletes from all 52 US Programs, including Pierce Rash of Galt, formerly of Lake Viking, in bocce games. New Jersey is proud to have been selected as host of the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games, the Games of Welcome and Acceptance.

The 2014 Special Olympics USA Games will showcase athletes competing in 14 official and 3

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Softball Signup

The adult co-ed softball sign-up forms are now available at City Hall in Gallatin. Sign-ups are due July 1. Games begin July 7.

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Blasts from the Past

June 9, 2004

Sunday, June 6, marked the first Sunday for Pastor Russ Hamilton at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Gallatin. Russ Hamilton is a native of Northwest Missouri, graduating from Cainsville High School in 1985.

Gallatin seventh grader Wren Tolen, daughter of Misse and David Tolen, won the school-level competition of the 2004 National Geography Bee and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship. Fourth grader

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Bulldog Football Schedule Features New Opponent

Gallatin R-5 Athletic Director Rick Lin released sports schedules for the 2014-15 school year, with a never-played-before opponent on this fall’s varsity football slate.

One of Gallatin’s four home games, the final one of the season on Oct. 10, will be Summit Christian Academy High School in Lee’s Summit.

Last season was the first for Summit Christian’s varsity football program. The Eagles play in the Crossroads Conference, along with Butler,

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Blasts from the Past

May 26-June 2, 2004

Brett Uthe, Winston High School junior, will be attending Missouri Boys State June 12-19 and Intro to Mizzou Engineering Seminar development for high school juniors interested in an engineering career. This seminar is held at the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Engineering.

Katie Ward earned her fourth medal in pole vault at the MSHSAA Class 2 Track and Field Championships. The Pattonsburg Lady Panther quartet of

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Youth Baseball Camps Scheduled

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has set two summer baseball camps in June, to be held at Burleigh Grimes Field. June 16, an all-day camp for kids ages 7-12, will focus on sportsmanship and fundamentals. June 17-18, ages 13-17, will focus on hitting (Tuesday) and baserunning, pitching and defensive play (Wednesday). Participation fees are $35 for June 16 and $30 each on June 17 or 18. (Discounts given for

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Salmon Excavating to Clean Out Park Pond

During their meeting held May 15, Salmon Excavating was hired by the Dockery Park Board to clean out the pond for $1,000. The quote was contingent on receiving some help from the city to haul off the sediment as it was removed.

The July 4 celebration was discussed at length. Fundraising and variety show coordination are in full swing. Many other small things need to be done but everything is

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Sheriff Two-Man Scramble for Special Olympics

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office will present a two-man golf scramble to benefit Special Olympics on June 13 at the Daviess County Country Club. Registration is at 8 a.m. and shotgun start at 9 a.m.

The event includes 18 holes, gift bag and meal. You must be 18 years or older.

There are limited carts available; please bring your own if possible.

Early registration is available for reduced team entry

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GHS Athletes Pick Up Seven Medals, Five School Records

Gallatin sent ten athletes to last weekend’s MSHSAA Class 2 Track and Field Championships. All ten came home with at least one medal.

The Lady Bulldogs, with five medal finishes, finished fifth in the race for the Class 2 team title, and finished only three points short of a fourth place team trophy.

Four GHS girls’ records were equaled or beaten. Kaitlyn McNeely matched her recent school record of 9’6”

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