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Gallatin Hires Elementary Activities Director

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education voted to authorize the administration to find and hire an elementary activities director, who will hire coaches and set activities and schedules for the program. The administration is to report back in November with names of persons considered for the position.

A thank you note from the jr. high softball team was read as the only item of public comment.

Parent/teacher conferences for the

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Gallatin Club Tours Quilt Company

On Oct. 6, the Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Nancy Terry in Hamilton to tour several businesses of Missouri Star Quilt Company. After eating outdoors, the club journeyed to Nancy’s home to visit and enjoy part of Harold’s collection of cast iron cookware. On Oct. 20, the club met at Mi Mexico with Linda Bridgeman as hostess. A report was given on the success of the

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Patrol Invites Public to Provide Feedback

The superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol invites the public to take part in a public opinion survey regarding safety and security, officers’ attitudes and competency, overall agency performance, and concerns regarding crime and social issues. The 2014 Public Opinion Survey can be found on the patrol’s website, www.mshp.dps.mo.gov. Click on the link at the top left of the home page to initiate the survey.

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Winston Ready for Haunts and Hay Rides

Winston’s Fall Festival and Halloween Party will be held from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, in the village park. Events will include a hay ride for young children, a haunted hay ride for older kids, food, and other activities.

It was reported during the Oct. 6 meeting of the Winston Board of Trustees that the road grader has arrived and is ready to work. The John Deere 670-A motor

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014:

Gallatin First Christian

The Praise Team and Sue Bird led the congregation at the morning service. Junior Stith shared announcements at both services. Children’s message was by Katie Iddings, and then by Beth Plotner, who also played the organ. Pastor Russ Hamilton shared from Genesis 3:11-19, “Consequences.”

Oct. 26 Sunday School youth will have a moving fall party at

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Medicare Open Enrollment

Dear Editor:

It’s that time of the year – Medicare Open Enrollment. Now is the time for Medicare beneficiaries to compare their current Medicare Prescription Drug (Part D) Plan to the plans available for 2015.

The open enrollment period is Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, and any changes will take place Jan. 1, 2015. There are 31 Part D plans available to Missouri residents for 2015. The plan with the

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Hug Your Trees — City Getting Ready to Trim

City crews will be doing extensive tree trimming this fall, according to Gallatin Administrator Zac Johnson.

“This fall we will be doing a lot of tree trimming in utility easements and along city right-of-way,” Mr. Johnson said. “We will notify property owners when trimming around the electrical lines if the tree is located on their property. As for the trimming along the streets, low hanging branches, around stop signs, etc.,

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FSA Reminds Producers of Upcoming Crop Reporting Dates

For forage crops and fall-seeded small grains

Daviess County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Kirby Payne reminds producers that all 2015 perennial and biennial forage crops must be reported by Nov. 15 and fall-seeded small grains by Dec. 15.

Mr. Payne said all 2015 perennial and biennial forage acres, such as pasture acreage intended for haying or grazing, must be reported to FSA by the Nov. 15 deadline.

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Fresh Worship Style for Community

Friends in Christ Church will celebrate its official opening on Sunday, October 26, at its meeting place, the former Seasons restaurant on the east side of the Gallatin square.

Friends in Christ is changing its location. They have been holding services for several years in the home of Shonna and Mark Morrison.

“We formed our own home church after realizing that a number of people in the community who once

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