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WEDNESDAY, November 25, 2015 ~ Volume 11 No. 47

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Shelbina Police Provides Thanksgiving Meals for Five Local Families
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The Shelbina Police and C&R Grocery Store worked together to help feed five local families recently.

The Shelbina Police Department used money that it had raised to provide five Thanksgiving meals for local families recently.
   According to Shelbina Police Chief Jerry Fenton, the meals were purchased by funds that were raised by the Shelbina Police’s first annual Family Fun Day that was held on East Walnut Street on Farmers Day on Sept. 19.
   C&R Supermarket gave the police department a discount on the grocery products as part of the donation for the Thanksgiving meals.
   Turkey, corn, green beans, mashed potatoes and pie were some of the items that were provided as part of the meal. Fenton said there was enough food to feed a family of five people.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Christmas in Bethel to be Held Sunday, Dec. 6
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The Historic Bethel German Colony will hold its annual Christmas in Bethel Festival on Sunday, December 6. This warm-hearted toast to German Christmas traditions is fun for children and adults alike. Admission is free.
   Be sure to visit the Colony Gift Shop, Mabel’s Country Store, and the mini mall located in the colony buildings along Main street for handmade Christmas gifts produced by local artisans. Booths will be open at 11 am.
   The Colony Fest Hall will be offering the home cooked traditional Smorgasbord with Christmas cookies and drinking custard included in the very reasonable meal price. Serving begins at 11 a.m. For a small fee cookies and custard will be available separately. Following the Official Lighting of Bethel, soup and sandwiches will be served in the Fest Hall at a reasonable cost. Das Bakery and Smokin J’s will be open this year both located on Main Street. Das Bakery opening at 6 a.m. is located in the 1844 colony drug store and features homemade donuts, cinnamon rolls, pies and more. Smokin J’s will open at 4 p.m. with the full menu.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

Preparing for the Season
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City of Shelbina Electrical employee Shade Lewis attaches Christmas decorations on to the street lights of Center Street on Monday afternoon. Lewis and Troy Woutzke were busy making the town look festive.


Schwieter and Minkler Unite in Marriage
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Mr. and Mrs. Colby Schwieter

Jenn Minkler and Colby Schwieter were united in marriage Saturday, October 24, at Long Branch Lake near Macon by Ryan Murray.
   Sara Williams, aunt of the bride, served as matron of honor. Casey Schwieter, brother of the groom, served as best man. Also attending the couple were Tenlee Shaw and Bill Perry.
   A reception was held at the Elks Lodge in Macon.
   The couple resides near Novelty. Jenn is an RN at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, and Colby is a self-employed contractor.

First Deer
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Daytona Blaine got his deer the first day of youth season.


Lyndon Peak Qualifies for Youth Bull Riders World Finals in Mutton Busting
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Lyndon Peak qualified for his first Youth Bull Riders World Finals in Mutton Busting. The 6-year-old son of Carl and Jenni Peak and the grandson of Learel and Elke Peak of Shelbina and Tina and James Wilham of Macon, was an instrumental member of the Midwest Cowboy Rodeo Company and Champion Youth Bull Riding team the last two years.
   The YBR World Finals proves the ultimate test for cowboys and cowgirls placed in the top four of their association. There will be up to 116 Mutton Busting contestants in three rounds of competition. After qualifying for the short round, an YBR world champion will be crowned.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.


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