May 24, 2007

SCR-I Students Honored, Rewarded For Scholastic Excellence at 2006-07 Awards Banquet

As the 2006-07 school year comes to a close, faculty, students and their families gathered at the Scotland County R-I High School on May 14th to honor the numerous academic achievements observed during the year.

Instructor Sandra Eccles recognized a number of SCR-I art students.

Beau Becraft, Deidra Dochterman, Casey Parrish, Taylor Orton, Kylee Sears, Aaron Shaffer and Grace Sumption all displayed artwork at the Moberly Community College art contest. Becraft received honorable mention for his piece.

The students received a number of top honors at the Kahoka Tri-State Competition held March 14. Nathan Purvis took 1st in painting. Becraft had the top sculpture. Casey Parrish earned 1st place in pastels and Kylee Sears had the best of show in the charcoal media.

Top performers at the SCR-I Art Show were Kaylan Winn (crafts); Parrish (sculpture), Trey Crow (ceramics), Vince Trucksuess (painting), Courtney Small (mixed media), Beau Becraft (drawing), Ashely Westhoff (fundamental painting) and Jeanie Forquer (fundamental drawing).

The music awards were presented by Jamie Hicks.

The trio of Kirsten Williams, Lacey Jack and Megan Westhoff earned a II rating at the state vocal contests as did the sextet of Westhoff, Andrea Shelley, McKinsay Cooley, Williams, Jack and Jessica Baker.

The Directors Award- went to Westhoff.

SCR-I was represented at the state band contest by Ausha Crow (II), Loren Billington- (II), Loren Billington (piano I I, Ryan Auld (II) and the percussion trio of Scott Johnson, Brett Thomas, and Billington (II).

Billington earned the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award; the Frederick Chopin Piano Award and the John Phillip Sousa Band Award.

The Directors Award for Band went to Ausha Crow

The business department awards were presented by Carol McCabe.

A number of students competed at the FBLA District III Contest at MACC on March 6th.

Dylan Gelbach finished 1st in Introduction To Business and 3rd in Economics. Hannah Kiddoo was 1st in Impromptu Speaking. Ben Wiley finished 2nd in Technology Concepts and 2nd in Networking Concepts. Loren Billington earned 3rd in Technology Concepts.

The students also performed well at the Northeast Missouri Education District Contest held at Hannibal-LaGrange College on March 29.

Deidre Blaine, Becca Tague and Amanda Heck made up the 1st place team in Office Procedures.

Cheyenne Ward earned 1st place in Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy.

The team of Rosie Parks, Chaesi Renick, and Taylor Seppelt finished second in Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy.

The Spanish awards were presented by Mrs. Ivonne Wiegand.

Brett Courtright, Kolby Peterson, Calla Davis, Kelly Lister, Kelsey Frazier, and Hannah Small were honored in Spanish I.

Spanish II awards went to Deidra Dochterman, Nathan Purvis, Christina Duzan, Jeff Kice, Grace Sumption and Melissa Cotton while Hannah Kiddoo and Shannon Tobler were tops in the Spanish III class.

The math awards were presented by Matt Reel.

Hannah Small was honored in Algebra II. Formal Geometry awards went to Jeff Kice and Christina Duzan while Advanced Algebra awards were given to Shyanne Barton and Kelly Lister.

Brad and Jennifer Cerbin presented the English department awards.

McKinsay Cooley, Spencer Keller, Kelly Lister, Hannah Small, Ti Waibel and Ashley Westhoff were recognized in English I.

English II honors went to Melissa Cotton, Christina Duzan, Kaitlin Caldwell, and Shyanne Barton.

Ben Wiley, Megan Westhoff, Brett Courtright, and Lacey Jack were recognized in the English III class.

English IV awards were given to Patrick Mutchler, Karra Small and Matt Wickert.

The College English course top awards went to Loren Billington, Hannah Kiddoo, and Julie Triplett.

The publications class honored Beau Becraft, Hannah Kiddoo and Julie Triplett.

Science department awards were handed out by Sharon Veatch.

They went to Trisha Harvey, Jeff Kice, Loren Billington, Christina Duzan, Tyler Henstorf and Brett Courtright for Chemistry I.

Chemistry II honors were given to Grace Sumption and Julie Cotton while the Zoology class recognized Julie Triplett and Matt Wickert.

The social science awards were given by Gary Hunziker, Marc Colvin and Barbara Campbell.

Hannah Small, Spencer Keller, McKinsay Cooley, and Kelly Lister were recognized in American History class.

The Contemporary Issues/Civil War/20th Century History top student was Patrick Mutchler.

Geography awards went to Kelsey Frazier, Shyanne Barton, Christina Duzan, and Kylee Sears.

Christina Duzan, Dylan Gelbach, Melissa Cotton, and Shyanne Barton were tops in Government class.

World History awards were handed out to Rebecca Tague, Brett Courtright, Ben Wiley and Megan Westhoff.

The Psychology class award went to Loren Billington while the Sociology class honors went to Lance Smith.

The following special awards were presented during the banquet:

Freshman Citizenship- McKinsay Cooley & Drew Giberson

Missouri Scholars Academy - Dylan Gelbach

Danforth I Dare You Awards - Melissa Cotton & Dylan Gelbach

Scotland County R-I Student Council Awards- Pres.- Hannah Kiddoo; Sr. Reps- Julie Cotton & Matt Wickert; VP- PeJaye Brown; Jr. Reps- Lacey Jack & Brett Courtright; Sec./Tres.- Ben Wiley; Sophomore Reps- Tara Matlock & Dylan Gelbach; Freshman Reps- McKinsay Cooley

MSHSAA Award Of Excellence- Trisha Harvey & Matt Wickert

WENDYS High School Heisman Awards- Trisha Harvey & Matt Wickert

Campus Bowl Awards- Julie Triplett, Loren Billington, Hannah Kiddoo, Ben Wiley, Jeff Kice, Nathan Purvis, Christina Duzan, Dylan Gelbach, Tyler Troutman

Perfect Attendance Certificates - Amanda Bogatzke, Logan Payne, Jimmie Lamb, Hannah Small, Kasey Dial

SENIOR AWARDS

T.A.T.U- Trisha Harvey, Hannah Kiddoo, Ciera Turner, Kolby Peterson, Beau Becraft, PeJaye Brown

U.S. MARINE CORPS Awards

Scholastic Excellence- Grace Sumption & Loren Billington

Semper Fidelis Award- Ausha Crow & Loren Billington

Distinguished Athlete Award- Trisha Harvey & Matt Wickert

U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award - Trisha Harvey & Matt Wickert

Missouri Bright Flight Scholarships- Grace Sumption

Missouri Scholars 100- Grace Sumption

Gillette Economics For Leaders Program- Hannah Kiddoo

TRI-RIVERS CONFERENCE ACADEMIC AWARDS- Lance Smith 3.68 GPA/ACT 27 and Julie Triplett 3.93 GPA/29 ACT

College Prep Certificates- Grace Sumption, Loren Billington, Kelsey Caldwell, Trisha Harvey, Julie Triplett, Matt Wickert, Amanda Parks, Hannah Kiddoo, Lauren Grogan, Ausha Crow, Julie Cotton, Lance Smith, Andy Cowell, Patrick Mutchler, Beau Becraft, Michael Keller, Kyle Hoskinson, Aaron Shaffer

Presidential Education Certificate (3.5 GPA OR Higher and 85% or higher in mathematics and/or reading sections of the ACT) Loren Billington (reading), Hannah Kiddoo (reading), Grace Sumption (reading & math), Matt Wickert (math), Julie Triplett (reading)

George Washington Carver Awards (Top 10% of Senior Class)

Grace Sumption, Loren Billington, Trisha Harvey, Julie Triplett, Kelsey Caldwell

Scotland County CTA Senior Citizenship- Grace Sumption & Zach McBee

Senior Activities- Trisha Harvey & Matt Wickert

Senior Leadership- Hannah Kiddoo & Loren Billington

Scotland County Firemens Senior Citizenship- Grace Sumption & Zach McBee

A number of scholarship awards were also announced during the special ceremony.

4-H Council Scholarship $150 Andy Cowell

Missouri Sheriffs Association Scholarship $1,000- Lauren Grogan

Missouri School Board Association $250- PeJaye Brown

Memphis Funeral Home $250- Trisha Harvey

Beta Sigma Phi- Epsilon Iota (3) $300 ea.- Kelsey Caldwell, Lauren Grogan, Hannah Kiddoo, Loren Billington, Matt Wickert

Beta Sigma Phi- Xi Theta Tau (5) $300 ea.- Trisha Harvey, Zach McBee, Laura Aylward

Community Bank Of Memphis $250 ea.- Beau Becraft & Julie Triplett

Gorin Alumni Scholarship $300- Brandon Dale

Jason Rockhold Memorial Scholarship $500- Marcus Shalley

J.P. & Mary Childers Environmental Scholarship $600 ea.- Andy Cowell & Zach McBee

Leo & Arlean Paul Memorial Scholarship- Kelsey Caldwell

MFA Foundation Scholarship $2,000- Lauren Grogan

Patricia Hudnall Memorial Scholarship $1,500- Hannah Kiddoo

P.E.O. $300 - Ciera Turner

Pepsi-Cola Memphis Bttlng. Co. Schlrshp. $250 ea.- Grace Sumption & Julie Cotton

Ruth & Jess Slavin Memorial Scholarship $1,000- Loren Billington

Scotland County Rotary Scholarships $500- Zach McBee, Julie Triplett, Hannah Kiddoo, Karra Small, Andy Cowell.

Tucker-Bourn Memorial Scholarship (based on interest)- Ausha Crow

Michael Wagner Memorial Scholarship- Andy Cowell

Pheasants Forever Scholarship $500- Zach McBee

NWTF Duane Courtright Memorial Scholarship $100- Zach McBee

NWTF $250- Andy Cowell

Heather Fogle Memorial Scholarship $250 ea.- Hannah Kiddoo & Matt Wickert

Ted Riney Memorial Golf Scholarship $200- Marcus Shalley

Scotland County R-I H.S. Faculty & Staff Education Fund $500 Lance Smith

Wymon Lemmon Memorial(Purchase Of Books, 4 Year renewable) Julie Triplett

Upward Bound Certificates & Scholarship-Julie Cotton $2,600

Central Methodist University- Hannah Kiddoo (Trustees & Cheerleading Scholarship)

Central Missouri State University-

Julie Cotton University Scholarship $2,000

Andy Cowell, Academic Excellence Scholarship $1,500

Grace Sumption Board Of Governors Scholarship $4,000

Missouri Western State University-

Lauren Grogan regents Scholarship $1,500 & Presidents Academic Scholarship $3,500

Hannah Kiddoo Presidents Academic Scholarship $3,500

Northwest Missouri State University- Bryce Blomme Freshman Merit Scholarship

Aaron Shaffer Freshman Merit Scholarship $500

Ausha Crow Tower Scholarship $1,000

Hannah Kiddoo Tower Scholarship $1,000

Kolby Peterson Freshman Merit $500

Truman State University

Loren Billington- Presidents Honorary Sch. $1,500, Pres. Combined Ability Sch. $1,500, Alumni Sch. $500,

Julie Cotton- Presidents Honorary Sch. $1,000 & Pres. Combined Ability Sch. $1,000

Hannah Kiddoo- Pres. Leadership Sch. $1,500, Pres. Combined Ability $1,500

Julie Triplett- Pres. Honorary Sch. $2,000, Pres. Combined Sch. $2,000

University Of Missouri- KC

Lauren Grogan- Chancellors Sch. $2,400.

Amanda Parks- Chancellors Sch. $2,400.

Culver-Stockton College

Beau Becraft- Hilltop Scholarship $1,875.

Patrick Parsons- Fine Arts Scholarship $1,750.

Karra Small- Hilltop Scholarship $1,875.

Lance Smith- Presidents Scholarship $8,500.

Marcus Shalley- Hilltop Scholarship $1,875.

IOWA STATE- Kelsey Caldwell, Academic Recognition Award $4,500.

Quincy University John McCarthy- Academic Scholarship.

Drury University Julie Cotton- Academic Honors Scholarship.

Coe College Matt Wickert- Deans Scholarship $9,000.

Wartburg College Matt Wickert- Academic Scholarship $10,000 (Renewable).

St. Ambrose University MattWickert- Academic Scholarship $8,000/Athletic $2,000.

Avila Unversity Matt Wickert- Achievement Award $6,000/Deans Sch. $1,000/Midwest Region Award $1,000/Residents Grant $1,000.

Rockhurst University Matt Wickert- Rockhurst Grant $10,000.

Scotland County Library Presents ‘Build a Better World’ Summer Reading Program

Readers of all ages will explore exciting things this summer as the Scotland County Library presents “Build a Better World” during their summer library program.  The 2017 Summer Reading Program is open to young people ages three through 6th grade with programs and prizes.

Registration for “Build a Better World” begins Monday, June 5th, and the last day to collect prizes will be Friday, July 21st.  Prizes will be awarded based on hours spent reading.

Weekly programs will also be presented at 10:00 a.m. each Wednesday beginning June7th. The first program will feature Jeff Dyer’s presentation of a famous Scotland County resident.  On June 14th, Karen Armstrong of the Missouri Department of Conservation will give an animal presentation.  Other programs will include the Scotland County R-1 FFA presenting a Petting Zoo, Kim Ludwick of the Scotland County Health Department, and Brian Whitney and members of the Memphis and Scotland County Fire Departments.

For more information, call the library at 660-465-7042.  All programs are free of charge.

Residential Terrace Hosts 20th Annual Car Show

The soggy streets and roads didn’t keep 30 diehard vehicles from showing off at the 20th Annual Residential Terrace Car Show on Saturday, May 20th.

The residents of both the Scotland County Care Center and Residential Terrace were thrilled to view the vehicles in the parking lot. The weather threatened rain and was chilly so most viewing was from the many windows. Some brave residents ventured out for a closer look.

Memphis Mayor William Reckenberg awarded Alan Hufford with the Mayor’s Award for his bright yellow 1972 Chevy Nova.

The residents chose a red 1993 Chevy S-10 owned by John and Donna Austin from Memphis as their favorite color.

The vehicle with the most memories was a 1951 Pontiac Chieftain owned by Ewing and Louise Dean from Kirksville.

The fun car award was a 1965 Volkswagen owned by Larry and Michell Balanda from Anchorage, AK.

The fancy car award was a 2015 Chevrolet SS owned by Michell and Larry Balanda from Anchorage, AK.

Peoples’ choice award was a 1955 Chevy Bel Air convertible owned by Gary Harris from Moulton, IA.

Other awards for the top 10 cars, top 3 pickups and top motorcycle were awarded also.

A special plaque was awarded to Jerry Grosenkemper for his volunteering and dedication for the past 20 years of this car show.

As always, the organizers expressed their appreciation to all who helped and participated in this year’s show.

Tague Attends ‘Chosin Few’ Reunion in Springfield

Left to right: Don “Buck” Tague, Dr. Baes Suk Lee, Jong Kook Lee. Baes Suk Lee (center) was part of the Army in Korea, serving as an interpreter – in his capacity to do so – even though he was a youth at the time. He came to the U.S. post Korean War. Jong Kook Lee (right) , the Consulate General of the Republic of (South) Korea , stationed in Chicago, presented Tague (and other veterans) with the Korean Government’s Ambassador of Peace Medal at this reunion.

submitted by Sandra Kalman

Don “Buck” Tague of Gorin attended a Korean War battle reunion in Springfield, Missouri, May 18 to 20.

Commemorating the Korean War Battle of Chosin Reservoir, survivors of that battle have taken to calling themselves: “The Chosin Few.”

This particular reunion was the U.S. Army Chapter reunion of The Chosen Few – another association holds reunions for both Marines and Army survivors together and Tague attends those Korean War reunions too.  He also attends World War II reunions with his Patton’s Third Army 65th Infantry Division Association.

The Battle of Chosin Reservoir lasted from late November, 1950, until the end of December, making this reunion not quite 67 years post battle.  Details of the battle are not pretty.  Tague played a part in the Army’s 79th Construction Engineering Battalion in Korea.

An interesting editorial written about this reunion by a local Springfield physician, Yung Hwang, M. D., published prior to the reunion, said the purpose of this reunion was “To honor the surviving veterans and the memory of those who died during that decisive battle…”

Hwang said:  “On the eve of Chosin Few coming to town, the Korean community will warmly welcome and happily join in their memorial service as we are also hoping North Korean and Chinese communism will stop their bad behaviors against the world.”

Several highlights of the reunion are described in text accompanying photographs in a Fathers’ Day ad, placed here by Tague’s proud children.

About the general feeling of the reunion, Buck’s son, David, said:  “They were glad to be here.”

Scotland County Senior Nutrition Center

MENU

Thursday, May 25 – Roast Pork, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Sauerkraut, Cranberry Sauce, Slice Bread, Pudding

Friday, May 26 – Fish Fillets, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli Salad, Peas, Cornbread, Cream Pie

Monday, May 29 – Memorial Day, Center Closed, No Meals

Tuesday, May 30 – BBQ or Plain Pork/Bun, Scalloped Potatoes, Cauliflower Blend Veggies, Pears, Cookies

Wednesday, May 31 – Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Buttered Corn, Bread, Fruit Salad

Thursday, June 1 – Ham and Beans, Carrot-Pineapple Salad, Buttered Beets, Cornbread, Cake

ACTIVITIES

Thursday, May 25 – Card Party at 5:00 p.m.

Monday, May 29 – Memorial Day, Center Closed

Thursday, June 1 – Card Party at 5:00 p.m.

Regularly Scheduled Audit of Scotland County Underway

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (May 19, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced her office has started work on audits of Scotland and Mercer counties, located in northern Missouri.  Audit staff is on-site in both locations, and Auditor Galloway encouraged citizens to submit concerns or information through the dedicated hotline.

“The public deserves a government that is transparent and works efficiently on behalf of its citizens,” Auditor Galloway said. “These audits will provide an independent review, and I encourage anyone who has information to contact my Whistleblower Hotline.”

The most recent audits of Scotland and Mercer counties were completed in 2013 and both counties received good ratings.

Individuals who would like to provide information for consideration in this or any audit may contact the State Auditor’s Whistleblower Hotline at moaudit@auditor.mo.gov or by calling 800-347-8597. Concerns may also be submitted anonymously online at auditor.mo.gov/hotline.

MLRA Late Models to Highlight June 1st Races at Scotland County Speedway

Racing action will return to Scotland County Speedway next week as the Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association will kick off a three-day circuit across northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa with a stop in Memphis on Thursday, June 1st.

The MLRA event will highlight a full schedule of events at SCS, paying $3,000 to win the late model feature. Modifieds, sport models and stock cars will all be racing for a $1,000 top prize with sport compacts battling for a $300 payday.

The track will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. for practice at $25 per car. The gates will open at 5:30 p.m. with hot laps at 7 p.m.

The local event is being sponsored by J & J Ag, Memphis Pepsi-Cola, Brain’s Foundation Repair and Crop Production Services.

The MLRA will be racing May 25-27th in Wheatland, MO. After the Memphis stop, the late models will be in action Friday night at Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, IA before heading to Randolph County Speedway in Moberly on Saturday.

On May 4th-6th the circuit was in Iowa, racing at Lee County Speedway, Davenport and Independence with Chris Simpson, Bobby Pierce and Billy Moyer all picking up wins. Thus far in 2017, five races in the books have generated five different winners for the MLRA.

Rush Releases Latest Book ‘You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!!’

Pastor Terry Rush is no stranger to the people of his hometown, Memphis. But while Scotland County residents may know Rush from his frequent visits back home for speaking engagements, or as readers of his newspaper column of one of his books, his latest release starts with a revealing confession.

“All I ever wanted to be was famous.” That is the statement Rush offers to open “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!!”, his newest book fresh off the press.

Of course that confession was made tongue-in-cheek to the high school guidance counselor, as Rush was clinging to his dream of one day becoming a St. Louis Cardinal. Fittingly enough, he offered stand-up comedian, as his backup plan.

It turns out, God had other plans for Terry. While his professional baseball career never took off, Rush has had plenty of brushes with the fame he joked about.

After offering more than a dozen publication’s Rush penned his latest book in which he reveals how God has continued to send him to the right place at the right time, over and over again, to minister to the famous.

“In my younger days, I would never have guessed that the famous need and want spiritual and emotional support,” said Rush. “Surprised me. We tend to think they’ve got it made. Think again. They need people who care; just as we do.”

It has been the stories of meeting some of these needs that has led Rush to fulfill the new book’s subtitle, “Experiencing God Beyond Imagination”.

“I love people,” Rush says in the opening chapter of the book. “The famous have been ignored because it seems they are assumed to be both unneedy and unreachable. Fans just figure they have no problems.”

Rush goes on to explain in the book that his stardom, didn’t come from becoming a St. Louis Cardinal baseball player as he dreamed of as a young man, but instead only after he became a pastor in Tulsa, Oklahoma and happened upon an ad for adults to attend a Cardinals Baseball Camp to play alongside past and current stars and coaches.

“When I read this article about playing baseball with these heroes, I wondered if God would use me to encourage them,” Rush says in the book. “As I thought of the possibilities, I wept.”

Little did he know that the Legends Camp would only be the beginning of the multitude of opportunities the Lord presented for Rush to interact with the famous and offer God’s encouragement. “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” is a collection of stories about “chance” meetings Rush has had with a number of celebrities from the movies, sports, politics, the music industry and television. The book is packed with amazing encounters that surely cannot be true, yet they are. These things couldn’t happen to a man from rural northeast Missouri, yet they did.

The book is chocked full of such unbelievable experiences that have put Rush in the presence of the likes of Charlton Heston, Loretta Lynn and James MacArthur.

It is through these experiences that Rush has learned that we are all alike, adding that everyone has confidences that are often undermined by fears. The author sais he hopes his latest book will open readers’ hearts to new possibility and potential.

Copies of you “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!!” are available at J’s Foods in Memphis or can be ordered directly from Kelly Press, Inc. by calling 573-449-4163 or by emailing colin@kellypressinc.com.

Judge DeMarce to Address 71st Annual Memorial Day Services

Judge Karl DeMarce will be the featured speaker on Monday as the Wallace W. Gillespie Memorial Post #4958 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars hosts the 71st Annual Memorial Day Services on the lawn of the Scotland County Courthouse.

The services will begin at 10 a.m. with Post Commander Lloyd Erickson and program chairman Donnie Middleton welcoming the crowd.

Veterans Flody C. Baker and Mike Stephenson will perform the traditional wreath placement at the soldiers’ memorial on the southeast side of the courthouse. Fellow serviceman Bill Camp will lead the gathering the Pledge of Allegiance.

Pastor Leon Buford, also a Scotland County veteran, will lead the invocation prior to the playing of the National Anthem by the Scotland County R-I band. The Memphis Community Players will keep the music flowing with a series of patriotic selections.

Judge Gary Dial will again have the honor of introducing the service’s guest speaker.

Following DeMarce’s speech, veteran Jamie Parker will sing Sleep Soldier Boy accompanied by Connie Courtney.

Following the benediction by Buford, the VFW members will present a 21 gun salute before the performance of taps by service member Melinda Briggs with ECHO played by Chris Kempke.

The service is open to the public. In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved indoors at the VFW post.

Gorin American Legion Post Plans Memorial Day Gathering

The Leslie Chambers #395 Gorin American Legion Post will be hosting their annual Memorial Day gathering on Sunday, May 28.  There will be a carry-in dinner at 12:30 at the Gorin Christian Church with a program following the dinner. The Post will present military services at the Gorin Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. and everyone is invited.

BABY FUNK

Casey and April Funk of Coatsville, MO are the parents of a son, Carter Bret Funk, born May 10, 2017 at 8:16 a.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Carter weighed 7 lbs 1.8 oz and was 20.75 inches long. He has a sibling, Caley Archer. Grandparents are Chris and Ida Archer of Moulton, IA; Ralph Funk of Coatsville, MO; and Judy Funk of Coatsville, MO.

BABY KEEFE

Kara Ball of Kahoka and Johnathon Keefe of Kahoka are the parents of a son, Michael Raymond Keefe, born May 16, 2017 at 6:28 a.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Michael weighed 7 lbs 2.8 oz and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are David and Stacie Parson of Lawrence, Patrick Keefe of Keokuk, and Alicia Boyd of Eureka.

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