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District Legion Auxiliary Meeting Held

The District 2 American Legion and Auxiliary meetings were held on Saturday, April 5 at the Vern Glick American Legion Building in Chillicothe.
The Ladies Auxiliary meet was opened with President Rosie Rhodes of Milan calling the meeting to order. Department President Barbara Sheets of Wentzville was welcomed by the 21 persons present. The Trenton American Legion Auxiliary was represented by Diana French.
Committee reports were presented and included the

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Conservation Agent Gives Rotary Program

Grundy County Conservation Agent Jeff Berti gave a program on wild turkeys to members of the Trenton Rotary Club during a meeting on Thursday. L.D. Gibson was the program chairman.
Berti said that wild turkeys are abundant throughout the U.S., having 49 states with huntable turkey populations. The wild turkey has five subsets of species, with the Eastern Wild Turkey being the prevalent bird in this area. He said males

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Rotary Hears About Local Use Tax Proposal

Members of the Grundy County Commission told about the county local use tax issue which will be on the April 8 election ballot during Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Presiding Commissioner Rick Hull and associate commissioners Joe Brinser and Gene Wyant presented information about the proposal, they said “would level the playing field between Missouri merchants who must tax and out-of-state vendors who sell goods tax-free.” The use

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Rotary Hears About Veterans Benefits, PTSD

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey The Trenton Rotary Club has made a $300 donation each to the North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center and the North 65 Center. Pictured are, from left, Rotary Treasurer Jerry Manuel, Advocacy Center Executive Director Verna Kelsey, North 65 Center Director Connie Reed and Rotary Board Member Matt Osterthun.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
The Trenton Rotary Club has made a $300 donation each to the North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center and the North 65 Center. Pictured are, from left, Rotary Treasurer Jerry Manuel, Advocacy Center Executive Director Verna Kelsey, North 65 Center Director Connie Reed and Rotary Board Member Matt Osterthun.

The Trenton Rotary Club met on Thursday afternoon, hearing a program on veterans benefits and Post Traumatic Stress

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End Of Life Program Is Topic At Rotary Meeting

Two employees at the Wright Memorial Hospital involved with palliative care presented the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Gary Jordan was the program chairman.
Kristi Allen, the social worker at WMH, and Mary Holcomb, an RN who works with the palliative care program at WMH, spoke to members about the needs of both the patient and family when the patient is reaching the end of their life. Ms.

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MCAA Is Topic Of Rotary Club Program

North Central Missouri College President Dr. Neil Nuttall presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Dr. Nuttall talked about the Missouri Community College Association, which represents the 13 community colleges located in Missouri. He noted that community colleges in Missouri serve more Missouri students than all four-year colleges and universities in the state combined. He said funding for community colleges represents just 15 percent of funding

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Homan Speaks To Rotary Club

Bill Homan, director of administration and compliance for Murphy-Brown of Missouri, presented the Ag Day program on Thursday at the Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Phil Hoffman was the program chairman.
Homan talked about changes in the company, which is formerly known as Premium Standard Farms. PSF was purchased by Smithfield Fields in 2007 and has become part of the company’s pig growing division, known as Murphy-Brown. Smithfield Foods was recently

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Rotary Celebrates Valentine’s Day

Teresa Cross, Director of Development at North Central Missouri College presented the program on the history of Valentine’s Day at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
In keeping with the holiday theme, Mrs. Cross discussed the support given to the North Central Missouri College Foundation and recapped the recent activities of the foundation. She announced that over $312,700 had been raised in the “Gifts In Action Scholarship Drive” and

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Rotary Hears About Children’s Advocacy Center

Verna Kelsey and DeAn Witt of the North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center presented the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Jackie Soptic was the program chairman.
Mrs. Kelsey, who serves as the CAC director, told the history of the center, which does interviews of youth who have suffered sexual or physical abuse, witnessed a violent crime or are living home where illegal drugs are present. Interviews, which are

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