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Royal Rangers Are Rotary Topic

The Royal Rangers Organization of the First Assembly of God Church was the program topic at Thurs-day’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Cale Gondringer and Kasey Bailey presented the program and Rotarian Steve Taylor, who accompanied the leaders and boys, introduced the guests. Royal Rangers meet on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. at the church. Boys and adult leaders average 45 to 50 at the meetings. The program is

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Busy Bees Have Busy Meeting

The Busy Bees 4-H Club met on July 17, 2016 at the Laredo Community Center. Rebecca Urich presided over the meeting. Kaleb Bower and Kyle Bower led pledges. Roll call was answered with a response to – “Where would you like to go on vacation?” There were 18 members, 12 leaders, and six guests present.
Project reports were given by Allena Allen (Beef), Bailey Williams (Clover Kid), Haley Kidd (Woodworking

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Rotary Makes Plans For The Year

The Trenton Rotary Club discussed plans for the new year, which starts on July 1, when members met on Thursday.
Incoming president Gary Jordan led the discussion, which included announcement of a committee that has been formed to name a new treasurer and select new board members for the year. The club is also planning to designate the fifth Thursday meetings for socials, with a committee to plan those events,

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Fire Tax Is Rotary Topic

Trenton Fire Lt. Doug Franklin presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Debbie Carman was the program chairman.
Accompanied by the incoming fire chief, Brandon Gibler, Franklin presented information about the city sales tax issue that will be on the April 5 election ballot for voters in Trenton’s four wards. The proposal is for a one-quarter of a percent sales tax to benefit the fire department.

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Grundy County Horsemanship 4-H Club Meets

The Grundy County Horsemanship 4-H Club met on Oct. 21 at Royal Inn Pizza with four members, five leaders and two guests present.
Secretary Hannah Persell called the meeting to order. Pledges to the U.S. and 4-H flags were led by Hannah Glass and Kaci Persell.
New officers were elected and include Hannah Persell, president; Hannah Glass, vice president; Kaci Persell, secretary and council representative; and Sarah Keller, treasurer.
It

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Rotary Hears About Dream Factory

Rita Hook, area organizer of the Dream Factory of Northwest Missouri, was the speaker at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Cara McClellan was the program chairman.
Ms. Hook told about how the organization provides “dreams” for critically and chronically ill children ages three to 18. She has been with the Dream Factory for 15 years and has worked along side of Trenton resident Ron Dougan, who recently completed

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MOPS Is Program Topic At Rotary Club Meeting

Kate Archer, who serves as leader of the Trenton Mothers of Preschoolers group, presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Dr. Kevin Harris was the program chairman.
Mrs. Archer has been involved with MOPS for several years, including membership prior to her coming to Trenton with her family in 2010. MOPS is available to mothers of children ages 0 to their entrance into kindergarten and in

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Helping Hands 4-H Club Meets

The Helping Hands 4-H club met on Sept. 2 at the First Christian Church with nine members and eight leaders present.
Anna Hines led the pledge to the American flag and Tegan Kelsall led the pledge to the 4-H flag. Roll was answered by each member telling their favorite fall activity. Discussed were end of year materials, member in good standing information and National 4-H Week. Members are attending a

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Rotary Club Hears About WMH Activities

Activities at Wright Memorial Hospital were the topic of a program presented at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Steve Maxey, Rotarian and interim WMH Foundation Development Officer, told about the Breast Cancer Awareness program to be presented at the hospital on Sept. 24. Dr. William Smith, breast radiologist with the Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute, will be the guest speaker at the 2 p.m. program. October is Breast Cancer

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