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New 40' by 40' Helicopter Pad Poured at the Fairgrounds
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Members of the Shelbina Fire Protection District were busy pouring concrete for a new 40’ by 40’ helicoptor pad at the Shelby County Fairgrounds

Members of the Shelbina Fire Protection District were busy pouring concrete for a new 40’ by 40’ helicoptor pad at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The pad will be much larger than the existing pad and will have a concrete sidewalk leading up to the pad for the ambulance crew to be able to roll a stretcher. Half the concrete for the pad was donated by O’Laughlin Inc.   9115 1740 10/4/2017 hdl

 
Shelbina’s Cindy O’Laughlin is Running for State Senate
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Shelbina’s own Cindy O’Laughlin has thrown her name into the Missouri State Senate race for the 18th District. She spoke at the Shelbina Golf Course Clubhouse on Saturday about her decision to run.
   O’Laughlin has been politically active for many years for Missouri’s Republican party.
   She will be running in the primary election against Lindell Shumake and Craig Redmon, who are also running on the Republican ticket. They are all battling for the spot that will be vacated by Senator Brian Munzlinger as his term expires.
   O’Laughlin and her husband Russell own and operate O’Laughlin, Inc. in Shelbina and Macon and have been active in the community for many years.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Senior Center Hit Hard with Budget Cuts
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The Shelbina Senior Citizen’s Center has been hit with cuts due to a funding formula change from the State, which amounts to about $28,000.
   “We are also affected by the Missouri Health Net, or Medicaid cuts,” Debra Sparks explained. She said that they do Medicaid meals to the home delivered people as well as in-home service. “Those reimbursements that we get from Medicaid have been cut three percent,” she added. Sparks said it doesn’t sound like much but it figures to an additional $3,000 added on to the $28,000 already cut.
   Sparks said to compensate for the cuts, they have had to cut hours of some of the staff members at the Center. Some people who were getting two meals a day, have been cut back to one meal a day. “That doesn’t sound like much, but we have a lot of people that can’t get out and they don’t have any money. So this has made a difference for them,” she said.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Barnwarming King and Queen
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The South Shelby FFA Barnwarming King and Queen were crowned on Friday night. They were Jeffrey Wilt, son of Alan and Cara Wilt and Caitlyn Poore, daughter of Michael and Jeanette Poore.

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Annual Halloween Walk at Mark Twain Lake Oct. 20 & 21
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It's that time of year again when the Indian Creek Campground at Mark Twain Lake is full of family fun and spooky decorations. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce the return of the Annual Halloween Walk Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21. Event times are 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Saturday.
   The Halloween Walk is a great chance for the little ones to "sharpen their trick-or-treating skills" and for the older kids to come see what all the excitement is about! Everyone is welcome to come in costume. Pets are not allowed in the event area.
   The Indian Creek Campground is located south of Monroe City. Take Highway 24 to State Road HH. Follow the signs to spooky fun! And don't forget a flashlight to light your way on your journey around the campground.
   The Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce will be accepting a parking fee of $5 per vehicle for each night of the event to help provide park visitor safety services and to cover other incidental expenses related to the event. Shuttles will be available Saturday only. Only registered campers who have paid a camping fee and show their correlating white vehicle hang tag issued by the Indian Creek Fee Booth upon campsite registration will be exempt from this charge.Having exact change upon approaching the event will help expedite wait time and reduce long lines at the entry point.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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