Anyone find mushrooms??

“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” ---Princess Diana

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Have you folks found any mushrooms? It has always been a country plus, living in the rural area and waiting for that 1 st outing into the woods looking for those morels (my favorite hunting season). Morels are one of the most desired wild mushrooms in the world and are prized by gourmet cooks. They always say, when the Lilacs are in bloom, it is time for a hunt. Yes, they are certainly a delicacy!!

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Thank you Community Press, Scott Rule and family. You are always striving for such amazing things for our hometown Chillicothe, and sharing your Coloring Book at this very time is way beyond. We Thank You So Much, making priceless memories with this keepsake. A piece of art in a booklet from the Rules and Community Press. For those that have a Coloring Book, treasure it, “Greetings From Chillicothe, Missouri” .

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You’ve seen the signs in the yards, Chillicothe Loves Our Seniors Class of 2020—what a great tribute, placed in the yards of the high school seniors, a great idea from a school board member. We compliment students, parents and our community, what a great effort, helping to provide the positive side.

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A company in rural Carroll County expects to make 40,000 gallons of what is basically very strong vodka. The strong grain alcohol produced by the Show-Me Ethanol will be used in the production of hand sanitizer that everyone is wanting to find. Hand sanitizer is essentially 80% alcohol, mixed with things like water, hydrogen peroxide and glycerin. Also add is a chemical to cut the alcohol odor. The alcohol from the Carroll County plant is being sent to locations in Columbia, Branson and St. Louis. The plant is located just east of Carrollton on Highway 24.

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Look for the Friday Night Lights. Chillicothe High School is joining schools around the country by turning on the CHS stadium lights on Friday nights at 8:20 p.m., and leaving them lit for 20 minutes and 20 seconds to honor the class of 2020.

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Birthdays this week include: Our #4 Guy-Huck T Smith, Diana Boyd, Terry Childs, Terry May, Mary Ellen Marshall, Gary Dominique, Jacob Hicks, Lisa Manning, Toby Saale, Mindy Gaston, Annsley Christy, Kirkland Christy, Paulette Frazier and Richard Singleton; Thursday, Ethel Thompson, Geraldine Potter, Renee Jones, Gordon Smith, Jim Clemens, Shirley Bowe and Ann Dawson; Friday, Doris Hall, Mayor Theresa Kelly, Susan Reeter, Barbara Sizemore, Gloria Avis and Thelma James; Saturday, Recil Skinner, Brent Gabel, Amy Gatson, Caitlin Manning, Hannah Cordray, Bryn Zell, Peter Rupp and Ryan Funk; Sunday, Jack Mammen, Mike Council, Jerry Jennings, Joyce Churchill, Steve Danner and Ryan Young; Monday, RoseLee Davis, Donna L. Frizzell, Muriel Brock, Duane Graves, Gerald Olney, Don Dennis and Linda Clements; Tuesday, Ann Meservey, W. E. (Dub) Sayers, Velma Neal, McKenna Ashford, Jennifer Clem, Brooklyn Walker, John Williams, Harry Hayen, Ruth Cooper, Louis Minnis and Albertson Shoop.

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Wedding anniversaries this week includes: Two of our favorites Joseph (Dub) and Janet England, Ernie and Shaudeen Denton, Randy and Jolita Ward, Benny and Beverly Simpson, Dal and Barbara Duemey, Mike and Angel Smith, Dave and Becca Seipel, Larry and Linda Forck, Mike and Becky Lewis, Carl and Debbie Timmons, Darrell and Brenda Cooper, Ed and Marla Douglas, Brian and Tresa Hicks, Jim and Judy Gilgour, Richard and Carole Meyers, Bernie and Barbara Hogan, Tom and Mary Stuver, Tim and Carol Reger, Joe and Tonya Reed and Gary and Dana Hughes.