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Shelbina Elementary First Grade Teacher Receives the WGEM “Golden Apple Award”
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Shelbina Elementary First Grade Teacher Chris Dimmitt received the WGEM Golden Apple Award last Wednesday morning.

Shelbina Elementary first grade teacher Chris Dimmitt was going over things and interacting with her class like she had done so many times before. It was mid-morning on a Wednesday and they were busy with the day’s activities.
   All of the sudden a young lady walks in the classroom followed by a man with a television camera. Dimmitt quickly realized her day was about to change from its normal routine. She had just found out she was the latest recipient of the WGEM Golden Apple Award, which is presented to a Tri-State area teacher on a monthly basis.
   Dimmitt, who is retiring after 32 years of teaching, was caught by surprise. It was only fitting that her husband Joe and son Ryan were on hand to be among the first to congratulate her. Dimmitt was touched by the moment and the award. She talked to WGEM’s Shanae Glasgow about how the students have motivated her. She talked about how honored she was to be a representative for all of the great teachers that are out there helping shape lives on a daily basis.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Left to right are Jen Gill, who nominated Chris Dimmitt for the WGEM Golden Apple Award, Shelby County R-IV Superintendent Tim Maddex, Shelbina Elementary Principal Katie Stueve, Shanae Glasgow of WGEM, Dimmitt, her husband Joe Dimmitt and her son Ryan Dimmitt.   8036 1613 3/30/2016 hdl

 
Deacon Windsor Honored with “Consummate Professional Award”
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South Shelby High School Principal Deacon Windsor recevied the MASSP/Walsworth “Consummate Professional Award” at the MASSP Spring Conference held at the Lodge of Four Seasons March 20-22, 2016.

South Shelby High School Principal Deacon Windsor recently received the MASSP/Walsworth “Consummate Professional Award” at the MASSP Spring Conference held at the Lodge of Four Seasons March 20-22..
   MASSP and Walsworth Publishing Company annually honor one principal chosen in each of the eight MASSP Districts as the MASSP/Walsworth Publishing Company Consummate Professional.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fundraiser Set for Sunday, April 10 at the Family Life Center
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The Seventh Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors of the Shelby County Area Fundraiser will be held on Sunday, April 10, at the Christian Church Family Life Center in Shelbina. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a free will donation. During the meal, there will be an ongoing silent auction, with the live auction beginning at approximately 12:15 p.m. There will be a new twist for the Silent Auction this year... items that might appeal to the youth!
   Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a local organization that helps with expenses incurred from cancer treatment, long term and catastrophic illnesses, and loss of home from fire, flood, or other natural disaster. The organization covers the areas of Bethel, Clarence, Emden, Hunnewell, Lakenan, Leonard, Lentner, Shelbina, and Shelbyville.
   Fundraisers have been a source of income, along with contributions in the form of memorials, and donations from community organizations and individuals. ALL the proceeds stay in the area.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Fire Fighters Respond to Barn Fire
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Shelbina Fire Fighters are shown making sure the fire is completely out in a horse barn northwest of Shelbina. All horses were safely removed from the barn.

The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a barn fire Thursday, March 24th.
   The call was received by Shelby County 911 reporting a barn fire at the Doris Kiser farm five miles northwest of Shelbina on Shelby 322.
   Firefighters were dispatched at 9:07 a.m. and responded with two pumpers, a tanker, and 10 firefighters. Upon arrival, firefighters found a large pole barn, 45 feet wide by 100 feet long, with heavy smoke coming from the barn.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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