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Area sophomore selected for

Posted June 25, 2015 at 9:41 am

Tyler Goatley, a sophomore at El Dorado Springs High School, recently attended the Missouri Leadership Seminar, Inc. held June 5 – 7 at the University of Central Missouri campus. Tyler joined more than 170 other young leaders representing as many high schools from throughout Missouri.

Selected to represent El Dorado Springs, Tyler is the son of Brian and Dee Goatley. The El Dorado Springs Optimist Club and Nine Wonders Optimist Club were the local sponsors for Tyler. Tyler would like to extend a huge thank you to these organizations for their support.

The mission of the Missouri Leadership Seminar is to identify and actively engage young potential leaders, help them understand their own strengths and abilities and teach them how to use their gifts to positively influence others to serve

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    El Dorado Springs Middle School awards

    Perfect Attendance

    Megan Griffin, Robin Burns, Cameron Hargrove, Mary Loane, Tori Fetters, Bethany Loane, Logan Spencer, Megan Hensley, Bryce Wosoba, Austin Rieder, Megan Stoll, David Templin.

    Good Citizens

    Megan Griffin, Aidan Fugate, Aunika Whitesell, Preston Robison, Brooke Ehlers, Jared Witter, Laika Gonterman-Helm, Rayden Davis, Abigail Klaiber, Deston Malek, Kelsey Burley, Justin Dingerson, Megan Hensley, Taten Janes, Katie Benham, Alex Posey, Taylor Robison, Bryson Rader, Abby Cartwright, Cameron Hargrove, Kortney Farris, Caleb Raff, Makenzie Melton, Austin Schlup.

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    Members of the local VFW presented the colors before the assembly began in the High School gym on Monday, Nov. 12.

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    Ms. Lanser among DECA state officers elected

    Sixteen public high school students were recently named state officers for the Missouri Association of DECA. The students were elected and installed during the Missouri DECA Fall Leadership and State Officer Election Conference held Oct. 14-15 in Lake Ozark. The annual state conference was attended by more than 650 high school marketing students and their teachers.

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    - Kevin and Kelly Bell chose Northeast Vernon County FFA to receive the Monsanto America’s Farmers Grows Communities fund in the amount of $2,500. Jeff Stroup of Monsanto presented the $2,500 check to the FFA Officers at the annual FFA banquet on May 1. Pictured are (from left) Christanne Middleton, Kyliegh Mays, Kevin Bell, Elsie Harrson, Payton Hays, Layne Rapp, Spencer Hoagland, Ryann Ford and NEVC FFA Advisor Courtney Poirot.

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    ROSCOE FIRE DEPT.

    VISITS SCHOOL – Greg Hooper and Kenny Alexander, members of the Roscoe Fire Department, came to Roscoe Elementary School. They taught students about fire safety, how they put out brush fires and showed them their protective gear. Smokey the Bear showed up and surprised everyone. Students greeted and hugged Smokey on their way out to see the truck the firemen use to fight brush fires.

    The students and staff of Roscoe Elementary

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