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(L-R) Donna Acklin, Richard Riddell, Mark Gaugh, Travis Gentry, Mark Baker, Matt Webb, Kevin Nichols, Nancy Skidmore, Julie Blackwell, Mary Murdock, Joyce Bestgen, and Chasity Brownlee.
  On August 16 the Cameron Veterans’ Memorial Golf Course had a ribbon cutting to celebrate the renovation of the clubhouse. Some of the renovations include the false ceiling was removed and taken back to the rafters, then sprayed with insulation. New lighting  and doors were installed; walls were...
  On Saturday August 19 the Cameron Veterans Assistance League sponsored a 5K Run and fun walk benefit. Twenty-eight runners participated and several walkers. Following the 5K run was the annual fall festival for families including bounce houses, balloon artist, a live band, sno cones, popcorn and...
  The Cameron Education Foundation is working on the forming of a Legacy Wall in the Cameron High School (CHS) formed of granite tiles. The tiles, available for purchase, will be prominently displayed between the activities entrance and the high school gym at CHS. The tiles are six inches by six...
  The rain and cloudy weather did not seem to dampen the spirits much of those gathered in Cameron for the total solar eclipse on Monday August 21. According to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department the entire county of Clinton experienced approximately 20,000 more people and according to Cameron...
  The Cameron City Council met in regular session on Monday August 21 with four members of the Council present. Councilman L. Corey Sloan was absent from the session.  City Manager Mark Gaugh offered updates during his Manager’s report including information on the animal shelter. Nada Woodworth has...
Cameron City Council August 21
Representatives from MoDot talk to kids about the importance of seat belt safety during the CAP Annual Back to School Fair at the YMCA.
  On Thursday August 10, Community Action Partnership of St. Joseph (CAP) hosted their annual Back to School Fair at the Cameron YMCA. Families with financial need were able to pick up backpacks filled with school supplies during the event. Families were also encouraged to speak to the many groups...
Photo submitted Tean N-UR-FACE were the overall winners of the volleyball tournament.
  On Saturday, August 12 youth groups from area churches gathered at Recreation Park for an evening of fun, games, fellowship and music.   According to Tammy Chastain, UNITE is an opportunity for all the youth groups from churches in Cameron and their leaders to come together to “get together, to...
  Even with rain, storm clouds, and cooler temperatures, Grindstone Valley Winery’s Third Annual Classic Tractor Show held Saturday, August 5, 2017, generated much enthusiasm among area residents. Twenty-three tractors, plus some very unusual implements, were on display for young and old alike to...
Parkview: Meghan Graeff, Addie Floyd, Andrew Owens, Summer Howe, and Ashley Cawthon
  Parkview   Ashley Cawthon Ashley has thirteen years of teaching experience and will be teaching Kindergarten through 4th grade Technology. Ashley said she is most looking forward to: getting to know the kids and parents.    Addie Floyd Addie has six years of teaching experience at Braymer C-4...

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