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Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Ceremony Held at the Shelby County Courthouse
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Jolie Foreman (second from left) speaks at the Crime Victims’ Rights ceremony that was held at the courthouse on Thursday, April 13.

The annual Crime Victims’ Rights ceremony was held on the south side of the Shelby County Courthouse on Thursday, April 13, with Crime Victim Advocate Jolie Foreman and Circuit Judge Rick Tucker speaking.
   Foreman, who was introduced by Shelby County Prosecuting Attorney Jordan Force, talked about victims of crime suffering from some sort of physical, financial and emotional trauma, and she pointed out that everyone has their own way of dealing with it. She said there are several stages victims go through in the recovery process.
   She noted that the victims are kept well informed of the proceedings that take place with the prosecution of the perpetrator.
   She said she is happy to be someone who can help the victims through the process and make a difference where ever she can.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The Shelbina Lions Club held its annual Easter Egg Hunt Sunday afternoon at the Shelbina Elementary footbal field. Several kids were on hand to search for candy.   8798 1716 4/19/2017 hdl

New Board Members Get Acclimated in first R-IV School Board Meeting
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Pictured above is Shelby County R-IV Board Secratery Bev Burns with newly elected board members (from left to right) Jarrell Foreman, Aaron Gaines and Kendel Wood during the regular board meeting on Wednesday, April 12.

The three newly elected Shelby County R-IV School Board members were sworn in to service at the beginning of Wednesday night’s regular meeting at the South Shelby Middle School Library.
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   The board went through the reorganization process with outgoing members Lee Wood, Darin Boling and Neal Roetemeyer going off and Jarrell Foreman, Kendel Wood and Aaron Gaines being sworn in. Brian Threlkeld was voted in as president of the board and Jim Foster was voted the vice-president.
   Principal’s Reports
   Clarence Elementary Principal Kelly Williams reported that they heard some exciting news from Box Tops. They found out Clarence Elementary was chosen to be filmed and featured by Box Tops. Clarence Elementary will be featured next year for Box Tops.
   She also mentioned they were having their Spelling B on Thursday, April 13.
   She said parents and teachers came together to review Title I information to see what families are interested to see what to improve in that program.
   She said they have been planting some things in the garden at Clarence Elementary.
   Williams mentioned special education field trips to Jefferson City. She said they went very well.
   She said that last Wednesday was the public comment meeting for the work program she has been talking about.
   Williams said Clarence Elementary had eight kids signed up for kindergarten screening, and possibly nine kids.
   Shelbina Elementary Principal Katie Stueve reported that students went to a conservation field trip at North Shelby.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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South Shelby FCCLA Planning Fundraisers
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The South Shelby FCCLA is needing the communities help to raise money  to compete at the National FCCLA Conference from July 2nd to July 7th!  Sixteen students have qualified to attend NLC which is going to be held in Nashville, Tennessee. Members and parents have planned a variety of fundraisers in the next few weeks to help offset the expenses.   To attend the meeting and complete the chapter is needing to raise a minimum of $7,00.  
   The first thing the chapter will be is hosting a Fried Chicken Dinner at the Clarence Methodist Church on April 30.  Along with the fried chicken there will be mashed potatoes and gravy, corn,  green beans, dinner rolls, and a variety of desserts. This will be a free will donation dinner.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance of Shelby County Board President Ed Clem (center) presentes a check to the Novelty-Plevna Rural Fire Department for $500. Receiving the check are Chairman of the Board Ben Bradley (Ieft) and Chief Billy Joe Wilkerson (right).   8801 1716 4/19/2017 hdl


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