Receive Farm Management Awards
Left to right: Albert Pease Wesley Norton, Ronald Adam, Irene Adam and Scott Adam.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Adam and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Norton were recipients of the 1969 County Farm Management Awards. They were selected from several applicants by a local committee in late summer.
Presenting the awards was Mr. Albert Pease, manager Agribusiness Department, Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, who act as sponsor of this program for western Missouri.
The Adam and Norton families were chosen for their achievements and progress both on and off the farm. They would be the first to remind us that they haven’t reached some “utopia” in farming, but they have made achievements in agriculture through planning, record keeping and soil erosion control.
The awards were presented at the 45th annual Soils and Crops Conference.
SGT. GETS AN EAST BUCHANAN BULLDOG SHIRT...Sgt. Overfelt of the Mo. Highway patrol was honored and thanked for his leadership in the D.A.R.E. program to the 5th grade students at East Buchanan. Principal Miller, left presented the gift.
WHAT DRUGS MEAN TO ME...Three 5th graders spoke to the D.A.R.E. graduation crowd last Friday in the East Buchanan gym. Those students were Brad Jackson, Jenny Smith and Phillip Weaver. Forty-seven 5th graders received diplomas for their participation in the drug abuse program.
5th Graders Graduate D.A.R.E. Program
The students of East Buchanan 5th grade, their teachers Nancy Clark, Roberta Deremer and Donna Elliott and Elementary Principal Paul J. Miller participated in graduation ceremonies in the E.B. Gym last Friday.
They were one of only nine schools in the state to qualify in the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program. Sgt. Greg Overfelt of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop H was the D.A.R.E. information office who led the students through this important program.
Brad Jackson, Jenny Smith and Phillip Weaver were chosen by their classmates to give their personal commitments to the drug program. Each student received a diploma issued by Superintendent of School Roger Adamson and St. Overfelt.
The featured speaker for the event was State Senator Pat Danner of the 12th District.
Following the program, refreshments were served in the elementary gym.
The East Buchanan Bulldogs took home the hardware in the 2010 Bill Burns Classic basketball tournament, winning the championship over the North Platte Panthers on Saturday, January 16. The Bulldogs celebrate with their crowd, hoisting the trophy high.
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