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Shelbina City Council Sorts Out Lakeside Golf Summer Help Duties
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The Shelbina City Council approved staff for the Shelbina Lakeside Golf Course, and received an update on the City Improvement Project during Tuesday night’s regular meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Golf Course Staff
   At the last meeting the council and Lacy kicked around the idea of hiring an assistant to the greens keeper. This person would work no more than 30 hours a week and would be paid $8.25 an hour. Lacy said they are wanting to eliminate the camp host and have this person take care of some of the duties that the camp host took care of the last few years.
   The thinking is that this would allow the City to rent out the spot where the camp host was staying and offset the cost the City was covering to let the camp host stay for free.
   The plan is to go with the same summer help employees they had last year. They decided not to advertise for the position in the paper because they said they weren’t really creating a new position, but using the same people as last year and just adding duties to one of the positions.
   After a lengthy discussion the board approved a motion to 2-1 hire the slate for the Shelbina Lakeside Golf Course.
   City Improvement
   City Clerk Tim Lacy said Phillip Magruder was able to read the meters with the new technology in around two hours. He said it went very well with just some minor glitches. Lacy was happy with how it went. He said what used to take six days has been cut down to just two hours.
   He said that some meters have to be fixed or installed in random places around town. He said after everything is installed and programmed, it will get locked into the computer system. He is hopeful that they should be wrapping up sometime next week if everything goes as planned.
   Lacy said the project has gone slower than expected but it is producing the results the City was hoping for.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors Annual Fundraiser Set for Saturday, March 12 in Shelbina
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The 8th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors of the Shelby County Area Fundraiser will be held on Sunday, March 12, at the Father Buhman Center in Shelbina. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a free will donation. A live auction will begin at approximately 12 p.m.
   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 to help our local folks.
   Since the first fundraiser in 2010, the generosity of the area residents has allowed NHN to “gift” $335,240. to 1194 neighbors. In 2016, $60,590 was gifted to help 218 neighbors in our communities.
   Last year, NHN became a 501c3 organization, so it is hoped that giving to NHN will also help those that give to NHN. The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Organization is so appreciative of the generosity and support of all the people in these wonderful communities.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Students of the Month
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Shelbina Elementary names Students of the Month.

Shelbina Elementary honored its Students of the Month Tuesday morning. The theme this time was “Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood.” Those students who were honored are pictured above. They are (in no particular order) Ari Harris, Gabriela Escamilla, Stetson Voss, Emma Ransom, Jalyn Snider, Olivia Stueve, Lindsey Magruder, Colt Schmitz, Jorja Focht, Aadon Magruder, Veronica Grawe, Loree Palmer, Jaden Scantlin, Mackenzie Kenney and Chance Rainey.
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South Shelby FFA Breakfast
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South Shelby FFA holds appreciation breakfast.

The South Shelby FFA held its annual appreciation breakfast for the public on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in the new FFA shop at South Shelby High School. They had a very good turnout for the two-hour time slot they had. Advisor Tim Larrick and his students had a wide variety of food for those who attended the event.   8725 1709 3/1/2017 hdl

Kindergarten and Preschool Screening to be Held for 2017 Fall
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Kindergarten and Pre-School Screening for fall 2017 at Shelbina Elementary will be held in March and April. If you know of a child that will be 4 or 5 before August 1, 2017, please contact Shelbina Ele1nentary at 588-2181.
   Kindergarten Screening for Shelbina Elementary will be held March 27th, 28th, and 29th. This will be by appointment only. If you did not receive a letter in the mail, contact the school by calling 573-588-2181.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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