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The Hometown Journal will be running its annual Christmas section in our December 21st issue. If you would like to submit a Christmas Angel photo in this years edition please drop them by the office at

258 West Main St. in Kahoka or e-mail them to htjournal91@gmail.com. If you are e-mailing please make sure you receive a response back to make sure we received the photos. Deadline for photos will be Tuesday, December 14th. If you have any questions please let us know. We always look forward to seeing everyone's photos and reading the letters.

Thanks you

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The Clark County Food Pantry Volunteers have been "working overtime" to get everything ready for the  distribution of Thanksgiving Baskets this year. On Monday volunteers met at the Kahoka Christian Church for the distribution.  After an individual received their items at the church,  they were able to go to Mac’s Super Saver to pick up their turkey. Pictured above are a few of the volunteers who helped in this years distribution.

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Clark County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Recently Honored Outstanding Teacher/Good Citizen/Youth Citizenship

  The Clark County Chapter NSDAR was proud to recognize Clark County R-I's 2021 Youth Citizenship, Good  Citizen, and Outstanding American History Teacher at a ceremony held Saturday, November 13th at the NE Sever Library.

   The 2021 Youth Citizenship recipients for Clark County R-I is Riley Moeller. Riley is the son of Chris and Amber Moeller. The 2021 Good Citizens from Clark County  R-I is Grace Buschling. Grace is the daughter of Jeff &           Angela Buschling of Canton. This year’s Clark County Chapter’s recipient is Donna Flood, from Clark County R-I.

    Pictured above: Back Row: Mitzie Pitford, Riley Moeller, Grace Buschling, Caren Whitehead. Front Row: Carol Ragar, Kathy Blythe, Anne Schock, Donna Flood, Lois Humes, Diana Ridgley, Debbie Smith and Helen St. Clair.

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Clark County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Presented A Quilt of Valor

  The Clark County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution were proud to present a quilt, made by member Lois Humes, to Samuel Shoults.The Quilt of Valor was bestowed upon Mr. Shoults in a private ceremony. Samuel Shoults was born the 7th of 12 children. Having had a family member in every war since the Battle of Bunker Hill, Mr. Shoults enlisted in the US Army March 1982. From July 1982 to July 1984, he was stationed at Augsburg,             Germany. After that, he was a M1 Abrams Tank Instructor in Fort Knox, Kentucky (July 1984 to July 1986). Samuel was transferred July 1986 to Frankfort, Germany with the 3rd Armor Division Headquarters training NCO. He        remained there until December 1989, when he was moved to Fort Hood with the 1st Cav Division, Tank Platoon            Sergeant.

 Pictured above - (left to right): Helen St. Clair, (back) Rayline Perry, Carol Ragar, (back) Debbie Smith, Susan Shoults, Samuel Shoults, Lois Humes, Kathy Blythe, Anne Schock, (video conference) Cheryl Hill, and Mitzie Pitford. 

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The Kahoka Head Start recently received an anonymous donation from a community member who provided a new coat for every child at the Head Start Program this past week. Pictured is Head Start Staff bagging the new coats to be distributed. What a wonderful donation that will be greatly appreciated by many during the cold weather to come.

Also in this Weeks Paper

** Clark County 4-H Celebrates Members, Volunteers, and Supporters for the 2020-2021 4-H Year

** JWCC To Offer Forklift Training Class At The Workforce Development Center December 1
** Clark Co. FFA At National FFA Convention 2021

** ANGEL TREE

** Buy-A-Bulb, Support the Hospital Foundation

                                                                                    this Christmas Season 

**  Deer Season
** University of MO Extension - 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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     The holiday season is rapidly approaching.  During this time, it is important to remember the joy we can give to         others. In a joint effort, Kahoka State Bank and Sever Library will once again sponsor the Angel Tree for needy children through 16 years of age in our community.  

Angel trees went up this past week at Kahoka State Bank locations in Kahoka & Wayland! Deadline to have gifts back to the bank is December 10th. Sign up is at the Library and last day to sign up is Friday, December 3rd.    

Participants will need to pick up packages on December 20th at Kahoka State Bank by 4:30p.m. using the front door.    Community support has made this a very successful program and we hope this year will provide some happiness for the boys and girls in our community.  

Thank you for your support and cooperation.