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Busy Bees 4-H Club Holds Meeting

The Busy Bees 4-H Club met on April 17 at the Laredo Community Center with eight members, three leaders and two guests present.
Secretary Rebecca Urich called the meeting to order. Kaleb Bower and Morgan Foster led the pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags. Roll call was answered with each member replying to “Are you attending Contest Day?” Robert Urich was appointed vice president due to a change of

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Helping Hands 4-H Club Meets

Members of the Helping Hands 4-H Club met on Wednesday, April 8 at the First Christian Church.
President Wyatt Neal called the meeting to order. Mason and Grayson Rongey led the pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags. Roll call was answered with each member telling whether or not they were fooled on April 1.
It was announced the MOVE project and 4-H camp applications need to be done by

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MoDOT Engineer Gives Rotary Program

Tonya Lohman, northwest district engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation, presented the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Joe Brinser was the program chairman.
Ms. Lohman talked about funding for MoDOT, which she said comes from the 35-cent gas tax. Of that amount, 17 cents is returned to the state while the other 18 cents goes to the federal government, then is disbursed back to states who provide

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Geyer Hall Renovation Is Rotary Topic

North Central Missouri College Development Director Teresa Cross presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Mrs. Cross talked about the proposed renovation of Geyer Hall. She was accompanied by marketing specialist Kristie Cross and development assistant Tricia Key.
“Preserving the Past and Focusing on the Future” is the theme for the capital campaign to raise funds for the renovation project. Mrs. Cross said Geyer Hall is

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Sharing Of The Green Is Rotary Topic

Doug Franklin of the Trenton Area Ministerial Alliance presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Melissa King was the program chairman.
Franklin, who is pastor at the Dockery Chapel United Methodist Church, talked about the “Sharing of the Green” fundraiser being held on March 14 at the Ketcham Community Center. An eat-what-you-want, pay-what-you-want potato bar will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. and there will

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Jerry Lafferty Gives Rotary Program

Former Trenton resident Jerry Lafferty, now working as a scout for the Kansas City Royals baseball team, was the speaker at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Jeff Crowley was the program chairman and Dr. John Holcomb gave the introduction.
Lafferty briefly talked about the Royals, who began their spring training game schedule this week, and said that while the Royals will be competitive, other teams in the division

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Duane Dailey Gives Program

University of Missouri Extension Senior Writer Duane Dailey presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Phil Hoffman was the program chairman.
Dailey, a native of Mercer County, continues to write for the university even after having retired. He also writes a column, “Hometown Boy,” once a week. The column appears in the Trenton Republican-Times.
Dailey talked about agriculture, in particular beef cattle, an area in which

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FFA Members At Rotary Club

Six members of the Trenton FFA Chapter presented the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Rick Klinginsmith introduced the program.
Making the presentation were Alex Davis, Becca Tate, Caitlin McNabb, Logan Demsich, Jenna Meservey and Jeramiah Chipps. They were accompanied by Brooke Kreatz, advisor.
Davis, who serves as chapter president, said the group has 129 members at THS, with girls outnumbering the boys 69 to 60. According to Davis,

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DaVita Is Topic At Rotary Club Meeting

Representatives of DaVita Dialysis Center of Trenton presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Debbie Carman was the program chairman.
Shelly Norman, an RN and facility manager, and Connie Knifong, also an RN, presented information about the company and the Trenton facility, which has been open since June 2014 and is located in a portion of the former Easter’s True Value building on Ninth Street. DaVita

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