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Helping Hands 4-H Club Meets

The Helping Hands 4-H Club met on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at the First Christian Church.
President Wyatt Neal called the meeting to order. Wyatt and Elle Neal led the pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags. Roll call was answered with each member telling their favorite flavor of gum.
Achievement Day at the North Central Missouri Fair was discussed with almost everyone having something they made chosen for the Missouri

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Rotary Club Hears About Library

Theresa Hunsaker, administrator of the Grundy County-Jewett Library, presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Duane Urich was the program chairman.
Ms. Hunsaker told about the services offered through the library. In addition to regular books that can be checked out, the library has e-books and audio books as well as access to a lending library program that allows patrons to access books from other libraries

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Busy Bees 4-H Club Meets

The Busy Bees 4-H Club met on Friday, Aug. 21 at the Laredo Community Center with eight members, five leaders and two guests present.
President Allena Allen called the meeting to order. Logan Foster led the Pledge of Allegiance and Morgan Foster led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was answered with each member replying to “How was your first day of school?”
Rebecca Urich, Robert Urich, Haley Kidd and Allena

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Magie Steinhoff Gives Rotary Program

Magie Steinhoff presented the program about her six-week stay in Europe this past summer during Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Joe Brinser was the program chairman.
Miss Steinhoff, who will be a senior at the University of Missouri-Columbia this fall, spent four weeks in Prague, Czech Republic, where she studied as part of her UMC curriculum in animal sciences. She also spent two weeks traveling to various places in Europe

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Rotary Club Hears About Hodge Church Activities

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Gary Black, left, was presented with a Paul Harris Fellow during Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Black, the recent past president of the club, was recognized for his service to Rotary, both on a local and international basis. He was presented with the award by current club president Steve Taylor, right.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Gary Black, left, was presented with a Paul Harris Fellow during Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Black, the recent past president of the club, was recognized for his service to Rotary, both on a local and international basis. He was presented with the award by current club president Steve Taylor, right.

Activities at the Hodge Presbyterian Church were the topic of a program presented at

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Stroke, STEMIs Topic Of Rotary Meeting

Arlene Ranes, Stroke and STEMI coordinator at Wright Memorial Hospital, gave the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Tina Capeder was the program chairman.
Ms. Ranes talked about the symptoms for both a stroke and a STEMI (ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction or heart attack), noting they are both similar in nature. The cause of a stroke is a lack of blood to the brain while a STEMI is

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Gifted Group Goes Fishing

Submitted Photo The Gifted Group, made up of individuals with disabilities, enjoyed a night of fishing at the Barton Farm Campus on June 30. Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Adam Brandsgaard led the group with safety instructions and techniques for fishing. Also assisting were Judie and Larry Leininger, Glenn Thorne, Curt Thorne and Brian and Abby Richman. Brenda Thorne is the advisor for the group.

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The Gifted Group, made up of individuals with disabilities, enjoyed a night of fishing at the Barton Farm Campus on June 30. Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Adam Brandsgaard led the group with safety instructions and techniques for fishing. Also assisting were Judie and Larry Leininger, Glenn Thorne, Curt Thorne and Brian and Abby Richman. Brenda Thorne is the advisor for the group.

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Rotary Club Installs New Officers

New officers and board members were installed by the Trenton Rotary Club during a meeting on Thursday at the First Christian Church.
Outgoing president Sarah Maloney gave the oath of office to Steve Taylor, president; Gary Jordan, president-elect; Teresa Cross, vice president; Elizabeth Gibson, secretary; Jerri Manual; and board members Scott Forman, Kevin Harris and Bob Overton. Other board members not present were Savannah Summers, Cathy McKay, Jackie Soptic and

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Rotary Club Members Are Own Program

Members of the Trenton Rotary Club got the chance to tell a little bit about themselves during Thursday’s meeting. Steve Taylor was the program chairman.
Each member was given a chance to introduce themselves and talk about topics such as where they work, family and their Rotary experiences. The program served as a semi-formal introduction of newer members to the older members and vice versa. Among the information gleaned from

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