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Community Gathers for Relay for Life
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Lordeen Requet (front row, center) cut the ribbon to kick off the annual Shelby County Relay for Life Saturday evening in Shelbyville.

The theme of this year’s Shelby County Relay for Life was “Fight Back, Remember and Birthdays.” The event, which is on a rotating basis, was in Shelbyville on the courthouse square. It took place from 4 p.m. until around 11 p.m. as teams worked hard to sell food, and offer games to raise money for the fight against cancer.
   There was an assortment of activities that took place at the bandstand that evening as well as the silent auction that was held in the teen center located on the south side of the square.
   This year the teams consisted of the Cure Seekers, the Rose Garden, the South Shelby Rappers and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. All of the teams had conducted fundraisers to raise money leading up to the evening.
   Lordeen Requet gave her testimony about her recent bout with cancer and cut the ribbon during the ceremony to officially kick off the event. As with the tradition of the event, the first lap was walked by the survivors and the second lap, family members, loved ones and care givers, joined the survivors.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina is Gearing Up for Big BAM Event
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A large number of people from Shelbina from different organizations have been working and planning for the Big BAM Bicycle Across Missouri Tour that will come to town on Thursday, June 16.
   “We are expecting around 500 riders each day for the ride. There will also be a large number of support crews and work crews involved daily. We would anticipate around 600 visitors involved with the ride daily.
   Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy has served on the local Big BAM Committee this year. “I honestly believe them when they (Big BAM Organizers) told me they think this is going to be the best stop. With the Block Party that’s going on and a day’s worth of events followed by a night’s worth of events,” he said.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Salt River Community Care Taking Bids on Construction of a New Community Room
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The Salt River Community Care Board passed a motion to take bids for a new community room. The are currently in the bid process.
   SRCC Administrator Chris Ratliff said they will be moving some things around from how they have been.
   The inpatient and outpatient therapy areas will be moved to what is now the Stoney Creek Living Room.
   The activities room will be relocated to where the current therapy room is.
   The new community room will be west of the dining room. The current solarium will be part of the new room, Ratliff explained.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Greenwell Doing Internship with the SCED this Summer
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Michelle Greenwell is doing an internship with the Shelby County Economic Development this summer. She is pictured above with SCED Director Troy Renner at his office in Shelbina.

Shelby County Economic Development Director Troy Renner has some help this summer. Michelle Greenwell is working with Renner this year for a 12 week internship.
   Greenwell, who will be a senior at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, will be splitting time with her duties at the SCED, with a lifeguard position at the Shelbina Aquatic Center and she is taking an online summer class.
   Renner said Greenwell will be helping out with a variety of things. “She will help out with whatever comes up. We’ll have her involved with as many aspects as we can. Right now our big concern is the Big BAM Bicycle Tour. She will get the tour route coordinated as the riders come into town, and doing whatever else needs to be done that day,” Renner explained.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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FFA LEAD Conference Held in Shelbina
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FFA Chapters from several different schools were in Shelbina at the Father Buhman Center on Tuesday, May 31 for the annual LEAD Conference.

The LEAD Conference was recently held to provide chapter officers in FFA with the leadership skills necessary to run their chapter’s program.
   On Tuesday, May 31, 2016, nineteen FFA chapters from the state of Missouri met at the Father Buhman Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to learn more about how to plan chapter activities, as well as to get more members involved for a successful year. Students were asked to create a code of conduct for their chapter and given many example scenarios where they had to correct the negative behavior of an officer so that they gave a positive example for their chapter.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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