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Gallatin FFA earns recognition in Area II Leadership Event

Several Gallatin FFA members participated in the Area II Leadership Development Events held March 8 in Cameron and March 15 in Gallatin.

Graydee Rains placed second and received a gold for his complete record book. Tom Crouse received a bronze medal for his incomplete record book.

Zoe Bradford received a silver medal for her placement record book. Megan Cox and Jacob Wilson received a bronze for the Chapter Secretary Book

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Ma-Has-Kah scout leaders recognized, can you name that district?

Several outstanding scout leaders were recently recognized at the annual recognition dinner of the Ma-Has-Kah District. The District Light Bulb Award was presented to Craig Hathcock, Gallatin, for his leadership as District Commissioner and Woodbadge.

Dean Sager, Trenton, was presented the District Award of Merit, the highest recognition for the district. Mr. Sager has been involved in scouting for over 50 years, and has served as the scoutmaster for Troop 

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Martial art students pack a punch with new friends, fun

Students of Green Hills Tae Kwon Do competed Saturday, March 18, at the Heritage Tae Kwon Do Invitational Tournament held at the South Harrison High School in Bethany. Martial artists of all ages and belt ranks from North Missouri, Iowa and Kansas competed in forms, breaking and sparring. This annual tournament is an opportunity for students to compete against other schools, meet new friends and have fun.

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Pollinator crops and beekeeping meeting

The Greenhills Beekeepers Club will be hosting an informational meeting on Pollinator Crops: Their Importance and Production, Monday, March 27, at 7 p.m. at the American Legion Building in Braymer. There is no cost for attending the program.

Presenters will include Dan Switzer, discussing various conservation cost share programs through NRCS and FSA for establishing pollinator crops. Tim Baker with the University of Missouri Extension will also discuss some of

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FBLA students fill backpacks, lighten load for hungry children

Gallatin FBLA members delivering backpacks on Friday, March 10, are pictured, left to right, front row: Sami Boyd, Aubrey Feiden, Hayley Michael, & Chloe Simmons; back row, Taylor Sloan, Megan Cox, Courtney Shubert, Janee Filbeck, Mattison Ishmael, and Barb Holcomb.

Gallatin FBLA sponsors the Backpack Buddies program which delivers 67 backpacks every Friday to elementary, middle and high school students.

Over 50% of the children in the Gallatin School District

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Gallatin Rotary donates to cupola building project

Shown is Gallatin Rotarian Joshua Billings presenting a check to Tony Stonecypher, Gallatin City Administrator. Stonecypher is accepting the donation on behalf of the “Friends of Gallatin,” the organization working to renovate the cupola building located on the northeast corner of the Gallatin square. The funds, $323.25, were from a fund at Rotary’s weekly meeting.

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Working on ‘9 to 5’, show coming soon

Pictured rehearsing for ‘9 to 5’ are Bailey Hixson and Kaylee Burrell, background Kim Ness & Jackie Nichols. Rehearsals are underway for the Gallatin Theater League’s upcoming performance of the musical “9 to 5”. Theater followers will see several new faces in this show, along with many of your favorite local talents. Tickets are on sale now for this rollicking musical-comedy written by Patricia Resnick, with music and lyrics by

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Local Church Women United provide scholarships to NCMC students

Pictured are, from left, Celia Vaughn, representing Grundy County Church Women United, Ashlin Nichols of Milan, Robin Dennert of Trenton, Teresa Cross, NCMC Director of Development, Jamie Kottwitz of Jamesport,  Lacey Petrone of Trenton, and Margaret Ann Rice, representing Grundy County Church Women United. Not pictured: Anna Reeter of Trenton and Emily Vandever of Trenton.

The local Church Women United organization has donated profits from the operation of the Trenton

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Auditions set for Christmas musical

Auditions for “Savior of the World: His Birth and Resurrection,” a regional musical performed during the Christmas season, will be held on March 4 and 11.

The auditions are open to the public for people of all faiths from across northwest and north central Missouri with roles for adults, youth and children age eight and older.

“Savior of the World” depicts the events surrounding the life of Jesus Christ –

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