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Happy birthday Nancy! This girl, what can I say that hasn’t been mentioned before? She is definitely the rock that holds us together at the center. She has trained seven different directors before me – save the best for last. Not really the last, but it’s just how the saying goes, so I used it.

4-H MEMBERS COMPETE AT ROUNDUP

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Members of Ochiltree County 4-H competed at the Panhandle District 4-H Roundup Contests at the Amarillo National Center at the Tri State Fairgrounds in Amarillo on Oct. 20. Placing third in the Horse Quiz Bowl and qualifying for State were, from left, Karson Pribble, Emma Barnes, Wyatt Williams, and Austin Merrick.

SECOND IN QUIZ BOWL

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The Panhandle District 4-H Roundup Contests were held at the Amarillo National Center at the Tri State Fairgrounds in Amarillo on Oct. 20. Placing second in the Family and Consumer Health Quiz Bowl and qualifying for state were, from left, Megan Huddleston, Karson Pribble, Wyatt Williams, and Austin Merrick.

HIGH POINT AWARDS

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Ochiltree County 4-H held their annual awards ceremony Oct. 12 at the Expo Center. Winners of the High Point Awards included, from left, front row, Kyle Oquin and Emmalyn Overton; and back row, Austin Merrick, Tylar Oquin, Canon Huddleston, and Rylan Oquin.

ETA ALPHA DONATIONS

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ETA ALPHA DONATIONS—The Eta Alpha chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met Oct. 5 at New Hope Fellowship. An information program was given on “Human Trafficking” by Jessica Klopper, community educator from the Panhandle Crisis Center. The chapter’s project for the month for the crisis center was providing cleaning and medical supplies. Pictured with the supplies are, from left, Rita Castle, Sherry Boyd, Connie Butler, Dawn Fletcher, Jessica Klopper, Laurette Wauer and Donna Sheppard.

SENIOR NEWS

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WEBSITE: WWW.PERRYTONSENIORS.ORG &*@#$ has hit the fan again. Stop now, it stands for Covid.