Events

Sounds of Calvary hosts free distribution

Sounds of Calvary Ministries is hosting a free giveaway 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 14; Thursday, July 15; Friday, July 16; and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 17 at their location at 1961 Blackberry Patch Road, just off of Highway FF near Stover. Free items include tables, chairs, dressers, desks, bookshelves, lamps,

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Club News 07-15-21

Addiction Free in Christ Addiction Free in Christ meetings are every Wednesday at New Revival Center, 106 S. Hunter in Versailles. Snacks and refreshments are 6:30 p.m. with the meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. Anyone wishing to conquer addictions may attend. For more information, call 573-378-4700 or 573-378-7954. Al-Anon Al-Anon meetings are 10 a.m.

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Something fishy…

Isom Folsom, left, and Karen Riggle of VFW Post 5178 serve fish dinners to customers Saturday, June 26 at the post in Gravois Mills. Karaoke followed the dinner. (photo by Vicki Wood)

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Herdsman awards presented

Conner Lehman, left, was selected Senior Herdsman and John Marshall was selected Junior Herdsman at the 2021 Morgan County Fair in Versailles. (submitted photo) Each year, at the conclusion of the livestock competitions at the Morgan County Fair in Versailles, the Herdsman Award is presented to a junior and senior 4-H or FFA member who

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Dunklee appointed North Ward Alderperson

Dina Dunklee takes her oath of office, administered by City Clerk Libby Webb, Tuesday, July 13 as the new North Ward Alderperson at City Hall in Versailles. Dunkee was appointed after the resignation of Donnie Hibdon. (photo by Bryan E. Jones) After the resignation of North Ward Alderman Donnie Hibdon was accepted by the Versailles

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Pack the Bus and soggy cookies

Despite the rain, volunteers with Morgan County Caring for Kids Coalition staff the bake sale booth Saturday, July 10 in front of Walmart in Versailles during a Pack the Bus fundraiser. The annual event is designed to “pack the bus” with new school supplies for Morgan County students who attend the yearly Back to School

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