To participate in Lions All State Band

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Rachel Mann, Adrian, will be attending the Lions Club International Convention in Toronto, Canada from July 4-8. Rachel is a member of the Missouri Lions All State Band and will be marching in the International Parade on Saturday, July 5. The band will also play at the All-Star football game in Warrensburg July 19. Rachel is sponsored by the Adrian Lions Club.

Lions Fishing Day

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The Adrian Lions Club held their annual Fishing Day last Saturday, June 21 at Harley Martens’ pond. Kids, along with their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, enjoyed a day of fishing. The Lions provided hot dogs, chips and drinks for all those fishing.

Right: Grandpa Jim Yoss, along with his grandkids Paige, Aaron, Ian and Adam show off their catch at the Lions Fishing Day. It was a large snapping turtle.

Middle: Blake Pierce is proud of his catch of the day.

Far right: Caleb Douty was one of the kids enjoying Fishing Day last Saturday.

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Attending Girls State

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Catie Welliver, Adrian, is attending the 2014 American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State June 22 through June 28. The session is being held on the campus of University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. She is sponsored by the Adrian Lions Club.

Mellenbruch - Wimberly

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Bruce and Chanda Mellenbruch of Rich Hill, MO, and Laura and J.D. Jennings of Nevada, MO., wishes to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kendra Elaine Mellenbruch, to Ty Wimberly, son of Shane and Amy Wimberly of Adrian, MO.

A September wedding is being planned. The couple will make their home in Adrian, MO.

Participates in March For Babies

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Twenty-three family and friends of Presleigh and Noah Saathoff participated in the March for Babies in downtown Kansas City on Sunday, May 4. The “March” is held annually, and is the largest fundraising event for the March of Dimes. Their team appreciates all who donated and helped them raise over $1,200 for the March of Dimes.

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