September 16, 2004

Lantz gets biggest win of his career at the Bentz GM Country Scotland County Speedway

by Brian Neal

Memphis, MO (September 11) - Wyatt Lantz picked up the biggest win of his career on NEMO Beverage night at the Bentz GM Country Scotland County Speedway. Jeff Soper (Hobby Stocks), Michael St. Clair (Cruisers) and Gordon Blankenship (Hornets) also claimed victories on the night.

Ron York took advantage of his front row starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1 of the 20 lap B-Modified feature, with Kelly Smith following him in second. York continued to hold the top spot, with Smith, Jerry Reese, Jr. and Jack Evans, Jr. battling it out for second.

The man on the move was Wyatt Lantz, as he started 11th, and was slowly working his way to the front. Lantz would overtake York on lap 16 on the bottom of the speedway and then held on for the final four laps to pick up the win.

For Lantz it was the biggest win of his career, as he took home the top prize of $1,000. York finished in 2nd, Reese, Jr. was 3rd, Evans, Jr. came in 4th, with Smith rounding out the top 5. Chris Leathers, Lantz and Larry Winn picked up heat race wins.

The 15 lap Hobby Stock feature saw Tony Becerra jump out to the lead on lap 1, with Jeremy Hamlin close behind in second.

Becerra and Hamlin continued to battle for the lead, as Jeff Soper, who started 10th was working his way towards the front.

Soper would overtake Becerra on lap 13 on the top of the speedway and then held off Hamlin on the final two laps to pick up the win. Becerra slipped back to 3rd, Mark Holt came from 16th to finish 4th, with Dustin VerSteeg coming from 18th to round out the top 5.

Heat race winners were Soper, Mike Shelton, Jim Lynch and Jim Oliver, Jr., while Brandon Wear claimed the semi.

Craig Spilker took the lead on lap 1 of the 12 lap Cruiser feature, with Matt Bockenfeld following him in second. Spilker took a big lead, as Michael St.Clair, who started 6th, was slowly closing in on him. St. Clair would slip under Spilker on lap 11 and then held him off on the final corner to claim the win. David Hudson was 3rd, Bockenfeld was 4th, with Bill OHaver coming home in 5th. St. Clair and Spilker won the heats.

The 12 lap Hornet feature saw Gordon Blankenship come from his 7th place starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1. Blankenship would lead all 12 laps to claim the win. Tyler Schulte was 2nd, Brandon Savage came from 8th to finish 3rd, Dennis Schulte was 4th, with Jim Oliver coming from 10th to round out the top 5. Heat race wins went to Blankenship and D. Schulte.

Coming up next at the Bentz GM Country Scotland County Speedway will be the Mountain Dew Mid-America Nationals on October 1-2. The USMTS Modifieds will be going for $2,000 to win on Friday and $3,000 to win on Saturday. Also racing both nights will be the Stock Cars, B-Modified, Hobby Stocks, Cruisers and Hornets.



Heat Race 1: 1.Chris Leathers, Macon 2.Jack Evans Jr, Keokuk, IA 3.Kelly Smith, Kirksville 4.Jerry Weisenberger, Quincy, IL 5.Tony Dunker, Quincy, IL 6.Kelly OHaver, Kirksville 7.David Snyder, Greentop 8.Logan Trueblood, Memphis

Heat Race 2: 1.Wyatt Lantz, Bowen, IL 2.Teddy Collins, Clarence 3.Jerry Reese, Jr., Baring 4.Jerry Poor, Novelty 5.Bob Woodrow, Perry 6.Robbie Mauck, Knox City 7.Mark Antal, Lancaster 8.Amos Zimmerman, Memphis

Heat Race 3: 1.Larry Winn, Hallsville 2.Ron York, Edina 3.Mark Preston, Rock Island, IL 4.Jim Gillenwater, Keokuk, IA 5.Gary Dreyer, Quincy, IL 6.Larry Newman, Kirksville 7.Luke Holst, Augusta, IL 8.Chris Larson, Keokuk, IA

Feature: 1.Lantz, 2.York, 3.Reese, Jr., 4.Evans, Jr., 5.Smith, 6.Gillenwater, 7.Winn, 8.Preston, 9.Dreyer, 10.Weisenberger, 11.Newman, 12.Collins, 13.OHaver, 14.Woodrow, 15.Dunker, 16.Snyder, 17.Trueblood, 18.Zimmerman, 19.Larson, 20.Poor, 21.Leathers, 22.Antal, 23.Holst, 24,Mauck

Hobby Stocks

Heat Race 1: 1.Jeff Soper, Kahoka 2.Tony Becerra, Carthage, IL 3.Brad Weber, Donnellson, IA 4.Doug Small, Memphis 5.Mark Holt, Memphis 6.Brandon Wear, Camp Point, IL 7.Adam Birck, Canton 8.Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, IA

Heat Race 2: 1.Mike Shelton, Ottumwa, IA 2.Josh Soper, Kahoka 3.Earl Six, Keokuk, IA 4.Jimmy Hooper, Wyaconda 5.Kyle Foster, Quincy, IL 6.Robbie Dodge, Jacksonville 7.Nathan Wood, Sigourney, IA

Heat Race 3: 1.Jim Lynch, Farmington, IA 2.Jeremy Hamlin, Memphis 3.Tim Pettibone, Moravia, IA 4.JR Miller, Fairfield, IA 5.Dustin VerSteeg, Oskaloosa, IA 6.Kevin Londrie, Keokuk, IA 7.Travis Woody, Cairo

Heat Race 4: 1.Jim Oliver, Jr. Beardstown, IL 2.Jim Walker, Mystic, IA 3.Robert Kibbe, Salem, IA 4.Kevin Cheney, Quincy, IL 5.Jason Overhulser, Alexandria 6.Tim Kraber, Ottumwa, IA 7.Mark Moore, Ottumwa. IA

Semi: 1.Wear, 2.Birck, 3.Kraber, 4.Symmonds, 5.Dodge, 6.Londrie, 7.Moore, 8.Wood, 9.Woody

Feature: 1.Jeff Soper, 2.Hamlin, 3.Becerra, 4.Holt, 5.VerSteeg, 6.Pettibone, 7.Six, 8.Small, 9.Foster, 10.Kraber, 11.Josh Soper, 12.Shelton, 13.Kibbe, 14.Walker, 15.Birck, 16.Miller, 17.Weber, 18.Oliver, Jr., 19.Hooper, 20.Lynch, 21.Wear, 22.Symmonds, 23.Cheney, 24.Overhulser


Heat Race 1: 1.Michael St. Clair, Wayland, 2.Jon Antal, Lancaster, 3.Keith Reed, Quincy, IL 4.Derrick Decker, Quincy, IL 5.Brian Overhulser, Alexandria 6.Kevin Moore, Ottumwa, IA 7.Nathan Bensteine, Keosaqua, IA 8.Jason Billings, Keokuk, IA 9.Brian Bergheger, Keokuk, IA

Heat Race 2: 1.Craig Spilker, Quincy, IL 2.David Hudson, Memphis, 3.Bill OHaver, Kirksville 4.Tanya Wietholder, Liberty, IL 5.Matt Bockenfeld, Quincy, IL 6.Daniel Robbins, Greentop 7.Jody Small, Rutledge 8.Amy Mason, Warsaw, IL

Feature: 1.St. Clair, 2.Spilker, 3.Hudson, 4.Bockenfeld, 5.OHaver, 6.Wietholder, 7.Overhulser, 8.Small, 9.Reed, 10.Decker, 11.Antal, 12.Bensteine, 13.Moore, 14.Billings, 15.Mason, 16.Bergheger, 17.Robbins


Heat Race 1: 1.Gordon Blankenship, Keokuk, IA 2.Tyler Schulte, Montrose, IA 3.Brandon Savage, Keokuk, IA 4.Jim Oliver, Hamilton, IL 5.Brent Forest, Keokuk, IA 6.Nathan Collins, Centerville, IA 7.Andrew Hustead, Rutledge

Heat Race 2: 1.Dennis Schulte, Keokuk, IA 2.Donnie DeMint, Basco, IL 3.Danny Miller, Gorin 4.Rick Miller, Gorin 5.Travis DeMint, Basco, IL 6.Jim Hamilton, Keokuk, IA 7.Pat Mallonee, Ottumwa, IA

Feature: 1.Blankenship, 2,T.Schulte, 3.Savage, 4.D.Schulte, 5.Oliver, 6.Forest, 7.D.Miller, 8.D.DeMint, 9.Hamilton, 10.T.DeMint, 11.Hustead, 12.R.Miller, 13.Collins, 14.Mallonee

A Parachute for the Planet

by Emma Gil

A group of kids and teachers from Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage created a parachute, designed by 12-year-old student Taylor Helmich, as part of the international project Parachutes For the Planet.

Parachutes for the Planet cares about helping the earth and wants to show that kids have power. The purpose of this project is “to raise awareness of people living sustainable lives and affected by climate change.”

According to the project’s website: “Saving the environment is vital to our health, safety and future, and parachutes are a metaphor for this process. Parachutes are safety nets and when collectively displayed in large numbers, they transform into powerful messages of strength, hope and communal determination.”

“In the 1990s, thousands of HIV/AIDS Quilts (blankets) were exhibited in Washington, DC, to bring attention to a disease that was previously not understood. The result of this exhibition was dramatic – people became more aware and governments began to fund research to find a cure.” Using artwork and comments displayed on parachutes, they are hoping to accomplish similar goals for saving the environment. They are going to exhibit 100+ parachutes in Washington D.C. hoping that people will finally notice.

Taylor and teachers, Sharon Bagatell and Katherine Hanson, designed the parachute to have a central image and an outside ring. Taylor created the central image from her own imagination. Many of the children from Dancing Rabbit helped put handprints on the parachute to symbolize that young people care.

I wanted to find out more about Taylor’s artwork so I asked her some questions.

“Why is there a rabbit in the center?”

“I see everything as being carried on the back of nature and I see the Earth as another person or animal. The rabbit was a way of saying how I feel about the Earth as another animal or being. The rabbit symbolizes the Earth and I see the Earth as having a personality. The rabbit also represents where we live – it’s the name of our place and there are lots of rabbits here.”

“Why is there little patches of space?”

“I really like space. I used to be afraid of it but now I’m not. I’ve come to terms with it and now I feel really connected to it.”

“How did you get the job of designer?”

“I’m known for being an artist and teachers Sharon Bagatell and Katherine Hanson thought it would be great to have me help with the project.”

“Why is there a flower on the back of the rabbit?”

“The flower is another representation of our community – the rabbit and the moon in the center of the flower is our logo.”

“Why are the details on the back of the rabbit there?”

“I really like mushrooms and they are sort of magical. There are mushrooms here on our land. The solar panels and the wind turbine show what we have here as an ecological power source.”

The parachute will represent northeast Missouri as part of the large Parachutes for the Planet display in Washington D.C. this summer.

Mizzou 2018 Spring Caravan Set to Make Stop in Memphis

Head University of Missouri football coach Barry Odom is expected to be one of the featured speakers when the Mizzou 208 Spring Caravan stops in Memphis on May 8th.

Spring hasn’t exactly sprung just yet in the state of Missouri, but even so, it’s time for the Mizzou Athletics spring caravan to make an appearance around the Show-Me state.  The Department of Athletics has finalized plans for a four-stop tour this May, with Tiger fans of all ages invited to come out to Mendon,  (May 1st), Memphis, (May 8th), St. Louis, (May 9th) and Kansas City (May 17th).

Headline speakers scheduled for the tour will include Director of Athletics Jim Sterk, Head Football Coach Barry Odom, Head Men’s Basketball Coach Cuonzo Martin and Head Women’s Basketball Coach Robin Pingeton – all three coaches who led their teams to the post-season during the 2017-18 season.  Fans will hear from the VIP contingent and also have a chance to meet and visit in person with the movers and shakers of Mizzou Athletics.

Individual appearances have not been finalized for all four stops, and all headliners may not attend every event, but fans can expect an exciting lineup each night.

Coach Odom has ties to northeast Missouri. The former MU linebacker is married to Tritia Trump, a Kahoka native.

Momentum is building at Mizzou under Sterk, as the Tigers rank 23rd in the latest Learfield Directors’ Cup standings (sixth-best in the SEC) and are coming off a fall and winter season that saw its football team reach a bowl game, and both its men’s and women’s basketball squads reaching their respective NCAA tournaments – marking the first time since 1980-81 that has happened at Mizzou.

The caravan will be in Mendon on May 1st at the Northwestern R-1 School (18475 Highway 11) at 6 p.m.

The caravan will be in Memphis on Tuesday, May 8th at Keith’s Café (470 S. Market St.) at 6 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $50. To register, call Dr. Harlo Donelson at 660-465-7770 or 660-465-2244.

The following evening, the caravan will be in St. Louis at 6 p.m. at the Biergarten at Anheuser-Busch Brewery.

The Kansas City caravan stop is set for May 17th at 6 p.m. at Chicken N’ Pickle (1761 Burlington, North K.C.).

Scotland County Claims Conference Baseball Crown With 2-1 Win Over Rams

After advancing to the conference championship game with a pair of wins by the 10-run rule, Scotland County was able to lock down the Lewis & Clark crown by the narrowest of margins, defeating Schuyler County 2-1 to claim the title of the league tournament on Saturday in Moberly.

After  blanking Salisbury 10-0 and pounding Paris 12-1, SCR-I had to rally from an early deficit in the championship game to secure the crown.

The Rams jumped on top 1-0 in the first inning courtesy of a leadoff triple by Riley Veatch and a two-out single by Wyatt Homer.

SCR-I stranded a pair of runners on base in both the first and second innings before finally getting on the board in the bottom of the third. The Tigers tied the game courtesy of a pair of Schuyler County errors but again left a pair of runners on base.

The Tigers pulled ahead 2-1 in the bottom of the fourth. Brady Curry reached on an error to start the rally. Singles by Jacob McDaniel and Gage Dodge loaded the bases. Curry scored on a sacrifice fly by Jacob Buford, but for the fourth straight inning, Veatch was able to limited the damage, again stranding a pair of SCR-I runners.

The trend continued in the fifth when Branton Burrus and Curry had back-to-back two out singles but were left stranded on base.

In the sixth, Dodge led off with a double and moved to third on a one-out hit BY Fromm. But the Rams again got out of trouble, turning a double play to end the scoring threat.

Fortunately all of the missed scoring opportunities did not come back to haunt SCR-I. Dodge held the Rams scoreless over his final five innings of work before Fromm recorded the save, pitching a perfect seventh inning to secure the 2-1 win. Dodge allowed one run on seven hits and no walks while striking out 10.

Both Tigers runs off of Veatch were unearned as the Rams committed five errors on the day.

McDaniel went 2-3 at the plate while Dodge was 2-4. Curry went 1-3 with a run scored.

The Tigers improved to 5-2 on the year with the victory.

Jolly Jacks & Jills 4-H Club Hosts April Meeting

The April meeting of the Jolly Jacks and Jills 4-H Club was called to order by President Elsie Kigar on April 3, 2018 at the SC Fire Station. The pledges were led by Kenna Campbell and Sadie Jackson.  What is the name of your favorite spring activity was answered by 30 members for roll call.  There were also 21 parents and guest present.  Elsie Kigar read the March minutes and they were approved as read along with the treasurer report given by treasurer, Corbin Kirchner.

Projects reports were given by:   Wesley McSparren, Corbin Kirchner, Emery Kirchner, Mason Mallett, Eli Kigar & Kadence Burnett-Woodworking. Eli Kigar and Kale Creek-welding.  Trent Mallett-goats.  Lily Wheeler-quilting.  Mason Mallett and Kenna Campbell-Beef.

Kyle Dunnett reported on the Rabbit Clinic.  Sadie Jackson and Morgan Jackson reported on the Chicken Clinic.  Mason Mallett, Sadie Jackson, Morgan Jackson, Wesley McSparren reported on the Beef, Swine and Sheep meeting.

In old business:

Julian Valle, Kenna Campbell, Kara Mallett, Tanner Valle and Corbin Kirchner reported on our spring activity of roller skating on March 11.

Morgan Jackson, Lily Wheeler and Sadie Jackson reported on SMQA training for livestock growers.  They learned how to give shots by using a banana and food coloring on March 14.

Eli Kigar, Elsie Kigar, Kara Mallett and Corbin Kirchner reported on attending 4-H teen conference on the MU Campus on March 24 & 25.

In new business:

Trash pickup was set for April 17th afterschool.

Volunteers were asked to work at the Bible Grove breakfast and lunch on April 21.

Announcements:  May 1st will be the next meeting at the Fire Station at 5:30 pm.  Drinks and paper products will be provided by Creek & Wheeler families.  May 6 – Goat Weigh-in 2-3 at the fairgrounds, May  30-June 1  State Congress, June 3-6  Junior Camp, June 6-9  Teen Camp July 7 –  SC Open Shows, July 8-14  Scotland County Fair.

Kenna Campbell and Alyssa Kirchner led the members in a game of Telephone.

After adjournment, snacks were enjoyed.

Submitted by Wesley McSparren, Reporter

SCR-I Students Attend MOFB Youth Leadership Day in Jefferson City

Scotland County R-I was represented at the Missouri Farm Bureau Youth Leadership Day by (L to R) Khloe Hamlin, Nova Cline, Abby Blessing, Jared Dunn, Katelyn Talbert, Hunter Frederick and Vocational Agriculture Teacher Waltedda Blessing.

Four hundred thirty-seven high school students and chaperons from around the state attended the 24th Missouri Farm Bureau Youth Leadership Day April 12. They met with legislators at the State Capitol and participated in an afternoon session at the MOFB Center. Youth Leadership Day is sponsored by the MOFB Promotion and Education Program.

To start off the day, students were bused to the Capitol where they visited with legislators to learn about the progress on bills that affect agriculture and rural Missourians. Although the House was not in session, students were able to meet with some state representatives and tour the building. The Senate, however, was in session and several groups were introduced on the Senate floor. Many students met with their senators in their offices and side chambers.

After lunch at the MOFB Center, the group was welcomed by Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst. Farm Bureau Ambassadors Jacqueline Janorschke, St. Joseph, and Charlie Ebbesmeyer, Armstrong, talked about their experiences in the ambassador program.

The featured speaker was Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, who talked about the importance of elections. “Our government is designed to be a government by the people for the people,” he said. “Every election matters. An election turnout of 10 or 11 percent is horrible. We need you. We need your voice.”

Ashcroft told students increasing voter participation begins with awareness that elections are important. “A larger percentage of our population says ‘It doesn’t matter’ and don’t vote. It does matter.” But he reminded them not to rely completely on mass and social media, but to be active as individuals. “Shake hands with those running for office, learn about them. We need you to be consequential, to be active. Not because someone tells you to do something, but because you want to do it and make things better.”

Students attending from Scotland County included Khloe Hamlin, Nova Cline, Abby Blessing, Jared Dunn, Katelyn Talbert, Hunter Frederick. They were  accompanied by Vocational Agriculture Teacher Waltedda Blessing.

Jauflione Chapter NSDAR Finalizes World War I Project Plans at April Meeting

The Ladies of the Jauflione Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met in regular session April 6, 2018 at the Presbyterian Church Hospitality Room.

Regent June Kice called the meeting to order in ritualistic form. The roll call “A Hobby I Have” was answered by 13 members. Those attending were: Terry Arnold, Oleva Chance, Marlene Cowell, Verlee Dauma, Rhonda Davis, Ann Jutte, Debra Kauk, June Kice, Georganna Madsen, Mary Morgan, Joann Rood, Reta Stott, and Treva Wittstock.

Scripture and Prayer were given by Regent Kice.

Opening Ritual was led by Regent Kice. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, American’s Creed, Preamble to the Constitution, Pledge of Allegiance to the State of Missouri and the National Anthem was said by all members.

The President General’s Message and National Defense was read by Rhonda Davis.

The National Defense message was on Stacey Pearsall’s Veterans Portrait Project at Smithsonian. Stacey served in the United States Air Force as a combat photographer with the 1st Combat Camera Squadron based in Charleston, South Carolina. She traveled all over the world documenting the Air Force mission thru her camera. After her retirement in 2010 Stacey began another mission. She was moved to document, through her photos, veterans of wars past. Stacey was quoted saying, “This has been healing and cathartic for me.” It has been equally healing and cathartic for veterans. Pearsall’s work illustrating the war zone is on display at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. Indian Minute was given by Regent Kice. She read a poem by Luther Standing Bear of the Rosebud Sioux. Constitution Minute was red by Verlee Dauma. Minutes of the March meeting were read by Recording Secretary, Rhonda Davis. Treasurer’s report, prepared by Treasurer Kathy Kiddoo, was given by Regent Kice.

Unfinished business: Jauflione Chapter World War 1 project has been approved. Jauflione Chapter NSDAR will be planting flowers around the World War 1 Barnett Statue. Reta Stott reported that the Jauflione Chapter NSDAR cook book has been sent to the publisher.

New Business: Just a reminder that the May meeting will be an evening meeting starting at 5:00 p.m. There will be a silent auction during this meeting to help fund the President General’s project. Kathy Kiddoo will be setting up the auction. Please remember to bring an item or items for this auction. We will finalize plans for our visit to the Scotland County Care Center to visit the veterans who are there.

The program for this meeting was given by George Koontz. George gave a very interesting talk on the Rotary Club Polio Program. Rotary clubs throughout the country have been helping with the fight to defeat polio since 1985. Thank You George for a very informative program.

Meeting Adjourned.

Delicious refreshments were served by Terry Arnold and Nelda Billups.

Social hour was enjoyed by all.


Jordan and Savannah Logsdon of Canton are the parents of a daughter, Norah Jewel Logsdon, born April 18, 2018 at 2:35 p.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Norah weighed 6 lbs 4.4 oz and was 17.5 inches long. She is welcomed home by a sister, Adalynn. Grandparents are Lynn and Kelly Logsdon of Kahoka and Kelly Wilson of Canton. Great-grandparents are Danny and Charlotte Desvaux of Canton; Rodney and Marian Dopheide of Sacramento, CA; Anna Logsdon of St. Patrick; Jewel Ash of Wyaconda; and Loretta Powers of LaGrange. Great-great-grandparents are Albert and Darlene Emerick of Quincy, IL.


Liberty McAfee of Kahoka and Scott Liberty of Kahoka are the parents of a son, Tristan Paul McAfee, April 12, 2018 at 5:41 p.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Tristan weighed 8 lbs 2.2. oz and was 21.5 inches long. Siblings are Terrigan, Brylee and Kyra. Grandparents are Shawn and Roberta McAfee of Kahoka, and Virgil and Debbie Cline of Kahoka.

Rutledge Renegades

Ruby Red Hats of Rutledge held their monthly meeting at Zimmerman’s Food Court.  Joann Rood and Marilyn Dunn are in charge of the May meeting.

Rutledge Fire Department held their Bar-B-Q Chicken on Saturday.  It was well attended.

Steve and Charlene Montgomery went to Kirksville.

Neta Phillips went to Kirksville.

Reva Hustead and LaCrisha Wagy went to Palmyra and Hannibal.

Don Tague and Sherrill Clatt have seen about 50 pelicans on a pond in the Gorin area.

Larry Hubbard (April 14) celebrated his birthday at Zimmerman’s Food Court on Saturday, April 21st.  Those attending were Deanna Hubbard, Larry Tague, Neta Phillips, Don Tague, Tim Morris, Charlene Montgomery, Bob and Dorothy Hunolt, Mike and Pam Blaine, Martin Guinn, Reva Hustead, Emmett and Maxine Phillips, Ronnie and Bonnie Young, and Oren Erickson.

Others in this week were Dale Tague, Ruth Ludwick, Mark Mazziotti and Cole and Sparky Crawford, Tamara Tague, Duane and Jerri McDonald, Holly McDonald, Mia Westaway, Don Chancellor, Bill and Ellen Sue Morice, Elza Hustead, Gary and Brenda Gooch, Wanda Peterson, Jerry and Judy Shultz, Ralph Von Holt, Kevin Blaine, Ann Bourn, and Ed Thoenen from Linn, MO.

Gorin Alumni Committee Makes Plans for 2018 Alumni Banquet

The Gorin Alumni Committee met on Thursday, April 19th at the home of President Billy Davis to get the plans started for the 2018 Alumni Banquet.  The Banquet will be held on Saturday evening, October 13th with plans at this time to have it in the old Gorin High School gym if possible.

This year, our 50 year class of 1968 will be honored as well as the 60 year class of 1958 and the 70 year class of 1948.  Anyone with things from these years, are encouraged to bring them.

Rhonda Davis served a lovely snack of cakes and drinks which were greatly appreciated by everyone.

Those present were President, Billy Davis; Vice-President, Connie Ward; Secretary, Mary Lou Kraus; Treasurer, Leon Buford; Sherry McMillen, Hazel Buford, and Elaine Forrester.  Another meeting will be announced at a later date.

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