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Donations Made To Sunnyview

Submitted Photo The Sunnyview Foundation has received a “Butterfly Garden Quilt,” donated by the Scrappy Quilters Guild as a fundraiser for the foundation’s landscaping project. Tickets are being sold for the quilt, with the winner to be announced on Nov. 21. The quilt will be on display at local banks as well as the North 65 Center. Pictured are, from left, foundation members Debbie Carman and Barb Cox and Crystal Whitaker of the Scrappy Quilters.

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The Sunnyview Foundation has received a “Butterfly Garden Quilt,” donated by the Scrappy Quilters Guild as a fundraiser for the foundation’s landscaping project. Tickets are being sold for the quilt, with the winner to be announced on Nov. 21. The quilt will be on display at local banks as well as the North 65 Center. Pictured are, from left, foundation members Debbie Carman and Barb Cox and Crystal

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Sunnyview Employee of the Month

Rebecca Bridges, right, has been named the Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Employee of the Month for August. Ms. Bridges is a certified nurse’s aide and has been at Sunnyview since 2013. In recognition of her honor, she received the “employee of the month” parking spot as well as a $25 check from the Sunnyview Foundation, Inc. Debbie Carman, foundation board member, left, presented the check to Ms. Bridges.

Rebecca Bridges, right, has been named the Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Employee of the Month for August. Ms. Bridges is a certified nurse’s aide and has been at Sunnyview since 2013. In recognition of her honor, she received the “employee of the month” parking spot as well as a $25 check from the Sunnyview Foundation, Inc. Debbie Carman, foundation board member, left, presented the check to Ms. Bridges.

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US Bank Makes Donations

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey The US Bank Foundation has made a $500 donation to the Grundy County Historical Society and Museum Board. Pictured are, from left, board member Barb Spencer, US Bank Trenton Market Manager Kim Washburn and board members Tom Stickler and Evelyn Trickel.

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The US Bank Foundation has made a $500 donation to the Grundy County Historical Society and Museum Board. Pictured are, from left, board member Barb Spencer, US Bank Trenton Market Manager Kim Washburn and board members Tom Stickler and Evelyn Trickel.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Employees of the US Bank in Trenton have made a $1,156 contribution to the United Way of Grundy County, which is a match to a contribution made to United Way by the US Bank Foundation. Pictured are, from left, US Bank Market Manger Kim Washburn and United Way Chairman Becky Albrecht.

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Employees of the US Bank in Trenton have made a $1,156 contribution to the United Way of Grundy County, which is a match

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Project Would Help Extend Infrastructure To City Industrial Park

Trenton is being considered for a project to install solar panels that would help provide electricity to communities served by the Missouri Public Energy Pool and the Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission.
Community Developer Ralph Boots announced during Wednesday’s Economic Development Committee meeting that MS Power Companies of Lee’s Summit wants to build the project on 12 to 14 acres owned by the city in the industrial park in

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Labor Day Closings

Several offices and businesses have announced their plans to close on Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
Closed on Monday will be the Trenton City Hall/Trenton Municipal Utilities, the Grundy County Courthouse, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce/License Bureau, the Grundy County Family Support and Children’s Division, the Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library, the Grundy County Health Department, the Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney, North Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center, Green Hills

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KCC Holiday, Winter Hours

The Ketcham Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College has announced its Labor Day and winter hours.
The KCC will be open on Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 1) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 2, hours of operation will be Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m.
There are no classes

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Committee Will Consider Police Body Cameras

Chief Tommy Wright has announced the implementation of a Trenton Police Department Police Body Camera steering committee.
Over the last four plus weeks, the Trenton Police Department has been testing and evaluating police-worn body cameras.
“Body cameras promote public trust, transparency, accountability and help gather evidence,” Chief Wright said. “Additionally, they help to exonerate officers from malicious complaints and help to provide input for needed training.”
In order to ensure

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Entries Sought For Missouri Day Parade

Members of the Trenton High School Key Club will be on hand during AlumNight at Friday night’s home football game to collect donations for a Dual Credit Scholarship Fund.
The scholarship(s) will be awarded to students at THS who are enrolled in dual credit classes but need financial aid for those classes. Currently, dual credit tuition is $90 per credit hour with the majority of classes offered being three-hour classes.

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Alumni Activities Planned At THS Game

Members of the Trenton High School Key Club will be on hand during AlumNight at Friday night’s home football game to collect donations for a Dual Credit Scholarship Fund.
The scholarship(s) will be awarded to students at THS who are enrolled in dual credit classes but need financial aid for those classes. Currently, dual credit tuition is $90 per credit hour with the majority of classes offered being three-hour classes.

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