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District Governor Speaks To Rotary Club

Rotary 6040 District Governor Cassie Venters made her official visit to the Trenton Rotary Club on Thursday. She was introduced by Assistant District Governor Julie McCoy and accompanied by her husband, Jerry Venters, who is a past district governor.
Mrs. Venters, who has been a Rotarian since 1992, is a member of the Kansas City Plaza Club. She talked about three questions the club needs to ask itself, then suggested

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Busy Bee 4-H Club Meets

The Busy Bees 4-H Club met on Friday Oct. 17 at the Laredo Community Center with 13 members, eight leaders and six guests present.
President Allena Allen presided over the meeting. Robert Urich led the Pledge of Allegiance and Colton Roy led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was answered with each member telling what they were going to be for Halloween.
New officers were installed. The club sang “Happy Birthday”

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Rotary Hears Program On Amendment 3

Local educator Shani Kinney presented the program on opposition to Constitutional Amendment 3 during Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Steve Maxey introduced the program.
Mrs. Kinney, who teaches at the Pleasant View R-6 School, presented information concerning Amendment 3, which is on the November General Election ballot. Mrs. Kinney said the amendment would take local control away from the schools, using the “one size fits all” approach in the way

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Grundy Go Getters Meet

The Grundy Go Getters 4-H Club met on Monday, Oct. 14 at the Salem Baptist Church with 20 members and 14 volunteers present.
Kidridge Griffin opened the meeting with pledges and a roll call question of “Who do you want to win the World Series?”
New officers were given handouts with their roles and responsibilities to the club. Recognition Day is set for Nov. 2 at the First Christian Church

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Helping Hands 4-H Club Meets

The Helping Hands 4-H Club met on Sept. 5 at the First Christian Church with Elle Neal calling the meeting to order.
Levi Johnson and Anna Hines led the pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags. Roll call was answered with each person telling their favorite thing about school.
Mary Ellen Johnson gave the 4-H Council report and announced that Lisa Delameter was leaving her position as a youth specialist

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Rotary Club Has Program On Foundation

District Rotary Foundation Chairman John Gill presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Gill talked about the Foundation and how it operates, including where the money goes. He noted that donations can be designated to the annual fund or the endowment fund, both of which then takes 50 percent of their funds and puts them into the Global Fund and returns 50 percent back to Rotary

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Crowder Park Is Rotary Club Program Topic

Anna Persell and Jessica Roy presented the program on Crowder State Park during Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Dr. Kevin Harris was the program chairman.
Ms. Persell, who serves as the natural resource manager, has been at Crowder Park since 2010. She said the park has 1,913 acres, including 17 miles of biking. hiking and equestrian trails. She talked about recent improvements to the park as well as

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Grundy County Horsemanship 4-H Club Meets

The Grundy County Horsemanship 4-H Club met on Wednesday, Oct. 1 with six leaders, six members and one guest present.
Michaela Jaycox presided at the meeting. Roll call was answered with each person telling their favorite type of candy. Katerina Black and Michaela Jaycox led the pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags.
The club discussed online enrollment and discussed not doing a 4-H window. New officers were elected and

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Parade Topic Of Rotary Club Program

An update on preparations for the Missouri Day Festival Parade was presented by committee members during Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting.
Steve Taylor, Steve Maxey, Matt Osterthun and Rick Klinginsmith told of activities associated with the parade, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 18. The Rotary Club is sponsor of the parade.
Entries for the parade continue to be accepted on the Rotary’s parade website, www.modayparade.com. Members were able

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