Community

Sat
07
Nov

Local GFWC members attend Fall Convention

Tami White

Six members of the GFWC Mina Sauk Club of Ironton attended the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Missouri, Inc. Ninth District Fall Convention on October 24, 2015, at the United Methodist Church in Fredericktown.
Members were President Dorothy Cox, Ninth District President Elect/Membership Chairman Joan Duncan, Parliamentarian and GFWC of Missouri Convention Dollar Table Chair Alice Goehman, Ninth District Parliamentarian and GFWC of Missouri State Vice-President Pat Mertens, Secretary Lorelei Lee, and International Outreach and Special Projects Chairman Tami White.
 

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Wed
21
Oct

Freedom Fest winners announced

The 28th annual Annapolis “Freedom Fest” was held Oct. 9-10, 2015.
 
Thu
01
Oct

Pope presents rare Bible to Library of Congress

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (MO) joined Speaker John Boehner (OH) in receiving a donation of a Saint John’s Illuminated Bible given to the Library of Congress by Pope Francis last week during his first visit to the United States. The Pope presented the Bible immediately after his remarks to a joint session of Congress, which was the first ever papal speech before Congress.

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Thu
01
Oct

Governor appoints new Wash. County Administrator

Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed Judith A. Gillam, of Potosi, as the new Washington County Public Administrator. The position became vacant upon the resignation of former Administrator Kathy O’Neail. Gillam, a Democrat, retired in 2014 after serving as the conference coordinator for the YMCA of the Ozarks for 11 years. Prior to that position, she served as a caseworker/intake management supervisor for the Missouri Division of Family Services. Gillam was with the division from 1975 to 2002. She is a graduate of Mineral Area College and Potosi High School.

Thu
10
Sep

The garden season blues

by Donna Aufdenberg
 
This year’s garden season has been less than productive and less than enjoyable. I have received so many calls in the last few months from disheartened gardeners about their garden disasters and the terrible fruit season. For gardeners everywhere, I have some advice... Don’t base your gardening experience on one single garden season. You can start with a clean slate next spring!
 

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