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Meeting About Summer Ball Moved To TMS

A meeting for parents interested in helping organize a new recreational summer ball league has been moved to the Trenton Middle School Commons.
The meeting will be held at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday and was prompted by the dissolution of the TBA program. Without volunteers to operate a new association, no recreational summer softball or baseball will be offered in Trenton this season. Robert Shields is spearheading the effort and

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Farm Bureau Makes Donation

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig In honor of “Thank a Farmer Week,” the Grundy County Farm Bureau has donated a book to the children’s section of the Grundy County-Jewett Library. The book, “The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen” by Diane Prichard, was presented to children’s librarian Charity Halstead, center, on Thursday morning. Making the presentation were Marcy Meservey, left, promotion and education chairman for Grundy County Farm Bureau, and Max Oyler, a member of the Grundy County Farm Bureau board.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
In honor of “Thank a Farmer Week,” the Grundy County Farm Bureau has donated a book to the children’s section of the Grundy County-Jewett Library. The book, “The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen” by Diane Prichard, was presented to children’s librarian Charity Halstead, center, on Thursday morning. Making the presentation were Marcy Meservey, left, promotion and education chairman for Grundy County Farm Bureau, and Max Oyler, a

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Hometown Pharmacy Ribbon Cutting

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey A ribbon cutting and open house was held on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in celebration of the recent expansion at Hometown Pharmacy, located at 1903 E. Ninth St. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and Trenton Ambassadors.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
A ribbon cutting and open house was held on Tuesday, Feb. 9 in celebration of the recent expansion at Hometown Pharmacy, located at 1903 E. Ninth St. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and Trenton Ambassadors.

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CAPNCM Board Meeting Set

The Area Governing Board of Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri (formerly the Community Action Agency) will hold its regularly scheduled board meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at the office in Trenton.
Items on the agenda include meetings of the Finance, Operations and Procurement, PHA, Governance and Personnel committees, review of financials, updates from all agency departments, new board member orientation documents, a proposed board manual,

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Finance Committee Meeting

The Trenton City Council is continuing work on its 2016-17 budget, with the Finance Committee holding a workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at city hall.
The meeting will be held at noon.

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Trenton FFA Breakfast

The Trenton FFA will hold its annual community appreciation breakfast on Friday, Feb. 19 from 6 to 8 a.m. in the THS vo-ag building.
All community members are welcomed to come and eat breakfast served by the FFA Chapter.

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Thank A Farmer

Photo Courtesy of Pleasant View R-6 School This week is Missouri Farm Bureau Thank A Farmer Week and to celebrate, Eric Hoffman stopped by the Pleasant View R-6 preschool and read the students the book "The Cow in Patrick O'Shanahan's Kitchen." This book is about breakfast food and where it is produced.  The students also received a pencil with facts about agriculture.

Photo Courtesy of Pleasant View R-6 School
This week is Missouri Farm Bureau Thank A Farmer Week and to celebrate, Eric Hoffman stopped by the Pleasant View R-6 preschool and read the students the book “The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen.” This book is about breakfast food and where it is produced. The students also received a pencil with facts about agriculture.

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Future Cheerleaders

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Future Trenton High School cheerleaders filled the floor during a routine presented during halftime of the THS-Marceline girls basketball game on Thursday night. Members of the THS cheer squad have been working with elementary-age youth in preparation for the performance.

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Future Trenton High School cheerleaders filled the floor during a routine presented during halftime of the THS-Marceline girls basketball game on Thursday night. Members of the THS cheer squad have been working with elementary-age youth in preparation for the performance.

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Kirby Speaks To Missouri Legislators

Photo Courtesy of Missouri FFA Missouri State FFA President Adam Kirby of Trenton spoke before the Missouri House of Representatives earlier this week. During his address, Kirby talked about state agriculture issues. A student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Kirby is the son of Glen and Val Kirby and a 2015 graduate of Trenton High School.

Photo Courtesy of Missouri FFA
Missouri State FFA President Adam Kirby of Trenton spoke before the Missouri House of Representatives earlier this week. During his address, Kirby talked about state agriculture issues. A student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Kirby is the son of Glen and Val Kirby and a 2015 graduate of Trenton High School.

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