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 On Friday, August 18th the CCR-1 football team participated in the Hannibal Football Jamboree at Porter Stadium.   The Indians open the season Friday night on the road at Scotland County at 7:00 pm and will host Harrisburg on September 1st for their home season opener.                           Photo by Mary Hunziker.


  On Saturday   afternoon members of the CCR-1 football team and coaching staff  volunteered their time to help   community members with miscellaneous projects: such as picking up branches, pulling weeds, painting, etc.     


Clark County Senior Center staff, volunteers and several community members honored Shawna Sheffler for her 30 years of volunteering at the center on
Friday, August 18th.
Those in attendance enjoyed a great meal followed with cake in honor of the celebration. Shawna is pictured above with her parents Cliff and Bonnie Sheffler.

  Congratulations to Aiden Plenge!    
He has finished in the top 4 in the NATION in his FFA Proficiency contest for Fiber and Oil Crop Production. This is an entrepreneurship-based contest where Aiden has demonstrated that a business he owns/works for follows the best management practices available to efficiently produce and market crops for fibers and/or oils.     This contest requires Aiden to analyze the business portion of what many of our area farmers get involved in. It is incredible that this young man has proven himself so proficient at understanding this critical aspect of making a livelihood through agriculture that he is one of the top 4 in the nation. Only when he stands on the national stage in November will we get to know where he stands within those top 4!     


Exchange Bank Welcomes Boltz as New Loan Officer 
Exchange Bank of Northeast Missouri is happy to welcome David Boltz to their lending department.    David started at Exchange Bank on June 12th, 2023 after a 17- year career in the Ag   repair field.    
"I am very excited about this new opportunity and am looking forward to working with community members to help them with their banking needs," David commented. "I believe my Ag background will help give me an understanding of the customers’ needs and concerns. With being involved in my family farm it also helps me to be able to relate to the year to year changes the farmers are facing.  Living and working in the community all my life I know most of the customers on a personal level which helps me to better serve their needs. "
  David is involved with the Clark County Farm Bureau, the Clark County Extension Council and attends Amazing Grace Bible Church where he volunteers as much as he can.    
Be sure to stop by Exchange Bank in Kahoka and help welcome David.  

Also in this Weeks Paper

** City of Kahoka Meeting Minutes

**Clark Co. Food Pantry News

**New Faculty at CCR-1 School District

** August Gardening Tips
** Upcoming Planned Roadwork for Northeast Missouri, 

** Sister Duo Publishes A Third Children’s Book
**  Joe’s Bits and Pieces
** St. Patrick News    By Myrna Daughtry
** Ragan History - By Joanne Ragan

** Sever Library News

** Clark Co. Nutrition Site Menu

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