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Club hosts scholarship drive

December 9, 2014 Club
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri is hoping area community members and business leaders will “SAY Yes” this holiday season to positively impact the life of a [...]

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Women’s Democrat Meeting noted for November

December 3, 2014 Club
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Women’s Democrat Meeting November 18, 2014 The November Women’s Democrat Meeting was held at Best Western. President Donna Franklin started the meeting with the Pledge and the Lord’s Prayer. Jane [...]

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Fourth grader enjoys ‘Color Wars’ at La Monte

November 26, 2014 Club
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A few weeks ago a La Monte Elementary fourth grader told Site Manager Gavin Gill that he didn’t like coming to the Club because it was boring. Gavin challenged him [...]

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CRTA report on November 19 meeting

November 25, 2014 Club
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Twenty-two members of the Community Retired Teachers Association met Nov. 19 at Christ and Trinity Lutheran Church. Roger Waters, director of Crown Hill Cemetery, was the guest speaker.  He talked about the [...]

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Give back to the community with ‘Giving Tuesday’

November 24, 2014 Club
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At the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri, service to the Club and the community are instilled in members each day. Whether it’s collecting food and blankets for [...]

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Essay and art contest is set

November 24, 2014 Club
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The Pettis County Family and Community Educators group is sponsoring its annual essay and art work competition for fourth graders, with the theme “Responsibility.” Participating students are asked to submit [...]

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Ringen Brushy reports on November 12 meeting

November 24, 2014 Club
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The Ringen Brushy 4-H Club held their regular monthly meeting on Nov. 12, 2014 in the Smithton School Cafeteria. The meeting was called to order by President Stacia Luttrell. Noah [...]

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