Shelbina Weekly
Shelbina Weekly, 217 East Maple St., Shelbina, MO 63468-1219
Phone: 573-588-0051, Fax: 573-588-0052, Email:

WEDNESDAY, September 30, 2015 ~ Volume 11 No. 39

Home     Headlines     Sports & Other News     Photo Gallery     Classified Ads     Archives

Visit Forrest Chevrolet Website
Visit the Hannibal Regional Hospital website
Visit the O'Laughlin, Inc. website
Visit the Edward Jones website
Visit the Northeast Diesel Service website
Visit the Hines Body Shop L.L.C. website
Click Photo to Enlarge
Visit the Samaritan Hospital website
Click Photo to Enlarge
Visit the City of Shelbina website
Visit the Shelby County Economic Development website

Shelbina Weekly


South Shelby Homecoming Pep Rally Set For Thursday; Parade in Clarence on Friday
Click Photo to Enlarge  
The South Shelby Homecoming Candiates are pictured above.

It’s Homecoming week at South Shelby, which means there are plenty of things going on. Two of the big days will be Thursday and Friday.
   The Pep Rally and bonfire will take place Thursday evening at 7 p.m. in the student parking lot. They will also crown Mr. Football that evening.
   The next day on Friday will be the annual Homecoming Parade, which will begin at 2 p.m. at Clarence.
   Those in the parade should lineup in the Christian Church parking lot beginning at 1:30 p.m.
   South Shelby will host the Highland Cougars that night with the kickoff beginning at 7 p.m.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Recent Combine Fires Keep Firefighters Busy
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Pictured above is a combine owned by Mark Holder that caught on fire on Friday, Sept. 25 near Route CC, southeast of Shelbina. The combine was a total loss according to the Shelbina Fire Protection District.

After a wet summer, recent dry conditions have contributed to the cause of a couple of area combine fires.
   According to the Shelbina Fire Protection District, fire fighters responded to a combine fire on Wednesday, Sept. 23rd.
   The call was received at 8:21p.m. The report was of a combine fire on Shelby 520 Southwest of Maud. Upon arrival firefighters found a Gleaner R 65 Combine fully engulfed in flames.
   According to the Shelbina Fire Protection Distrct, the combine was owned by SKS Farms and was a total loss.
   The Clarence Fire Department also responded to the fire. Firefighters were on the scene until 10:21 p.m.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Senior Center Receives Grant from MFA Foundation
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Pictured above (from left to right) is Margaret Starmer Senior Center treasurer, Debra Sparks, administrator, Charles Kreig, president and Ron Larrick of MFA Oil.

The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant to Shelby County Senior Citizens Association to be applied toward the purchase of a new ice machine. The MFA Oil Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that are working to improve communities where MFA Oil has a significant concentration of members and employees. Since it was established in 1998, the MFA Oil Foundation has awarded more than one million dollars in grants.
   MFA Oil President and CEO Mark Fenner described the MFA Oil Foundation as “a program that allows our company to give support back to the rural communities that are the foundation of our business. The grants the Foundation awards help support many youth programs and organizations active in addressing and solving community problems and improving the quality of life.”
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Pizza in the Park Brings Music, Dancing and Good Food
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Pictured above is Mark and Audrey Gough ordering a couple of slices of pizza as Alicia Glover, Jeri Simpson and Susan Copenhaver take their order.

The Shelbina Library Park was full of fun and activity on Monday night as Ron Gardner of Tennyson Enterprises, Troy Renner of the Shelby County Economic Development, and the North and South Shelby Booster Clubs had put their heads together to organize an evening of pizza and fun. Proceeds from the event were split between the North and South Shelby Booster Clubs.
   Gardner said he wanted to find a way to do something positive for the community through his Pizza Hut trailer, which comes to Shelbina once a week on Monday night.
   The trailer has come for years on Sunday evenings, but with the opening of the new Shelbina Family Restaurant, the wagon has been moved to a new day and location. The day is now Monday evenings and the location is on the corner of West Chestnut and Center Street, just across from the library park.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

New Restaurant Opens in Shelbina
Click Photo to Enlarge  
A ribbon cutting was held Monday morning at 7 a.m. for the new restaurant.

A ribbon cutting was held at 7 a.m. on Monday to celebrate the opening of the Shelbina Family Restaurant. The restaurant, which will be open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. seven days a week, is located in the old Pizza Hut building next door to Casey’s on South Center Street in Shelbina. Pictured above (from left to right) are Kenny Hines, Troy Renner, Rebecca Baugher, Milli Ismaili, Gani Ismaili, Jasmyne Kahers, Taleka Vanskike, Mary Dunaway and Tim Lacy.  7677

Salt River Community Care Administrator Named 2015 MHCA Member of the Year
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Libby Youse was named the 2015 MHCA Member of the Year.

Missouri Health Care Association (MHCA) has awarded Libby Youse of Shelbina, MO with the 2015 MHCA Member of the Year Award.
   Youse is very involved as the President of MHCA District 6 and longtime administrator of Salt River Community Care in Shelbina. She received the award for the Administrator of the Year for the North Missouri Activity Directors Association of Missouri chapter in 2002 and 2014. Salt River Community Care has also achieved a rating of 5 STARs in the Five Star Quality Care rating system; quality is very important to her.
   Youse is very involved with MHCA, always attending and helping with the annual convention, Mid-Year Conference, statewide CNA/Nurse Leadership Conference, education committee, President of District 6 and continues to run a quality nursing facility. Libby was one of the founders of the Golden Age Games in her district and this event continues to grow. She also helps host the annual legislative meeting for her district, setting up the food and location for the event. As the District 6 President, she helps host and set up the Ms. Nursing Home pageant for her area as well.
   For more on this story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Students of the Month
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Pictured above are the Shelbina Elementary Students of the Month.

The first Student of the Month assembly was held Tuesday morning. The work for this month was “Responsibility.” Those recognized were (in no particular order) Nolan Parker, Makenzie Wilt, Jace McWilliams, Peyson Larrick, Hannah Gaines, Lucas Broyles, Cooper Elsen, Pryce Eagan, Larissa Larrick, Caitlin Strachan, Kaylee Gaines and Neveah Little.  7679


Shelbina Weekly


Shelbina Weekly
Established in 2005

USPS 023-547
Shelbina Weekly
is published weekly by
Thad Requet and Mark Requet
at 217 E. Maple St.,
Shelbina, MO 63468-1219.
It is a Periodical Publication.
Periodical Postage is Paid at
Shelbina, Mo 63468
Thad and Mark Requet
Lordeen Requet
Publishers and Owners 
David Werr
Advertising Manager 
Carol Burton
Send address changes to
Thad and Mark Requet
at P.O. Box 348,
Shelbina, MO, 63468.
Ph: (573)588-0051
Fax: (573)588-0052

Subscription Rates
Shelby and Adjoining Counties:
One year
$24.89 + $2.11 Tax = $27.00
One year
$29.50 + $2.50 = $32.00
Advertising Rates
Call 588-0051 to inquire about advertising rates.
The “Shelbina Weekly” will not be responsible for errors that may appear in advertisements received over the telephone.

Shelbina Weekly

Home     Headlines     Sports & Other News     Photo Gallery     Classified Ads     Archives            Top

Copyright © 2008 Shelbina Weekly. All rights reserved.
Contact: 573-588-0051 or    Hit Counter

powered by
WebPaperDB - Database-Driven Web Site Content Manager

 WebPaperDB Copyright © 2008 Ely Ranch Web Services 

Ely Ranch Web Services