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Laclede County R-1 elementary band students perform a song during the Ezard Elementary School fine arts night in April.

Kids show off their skills at fine arts night EMMA DAMPIER

CONWAY CHRONICLES As the end of the school year rolls around for Conway High School and Ezard Elementary many events are taking place, but the all-time favorite one for the students in the elementary is fine arts night. Fine arts night was held in the elementary gym on pril . The art show started at p.m., and the and and choir performed at p.m. Elementary choir teacher Dorothy etersen added, “ ur fine arts night includes something from every student in the elementary school. ecause it is a night of fine arts, it only makes sense to include and and choir. They have a spring concert anyway, so we thought it would be great for students to add music while people

are looking at the artwork from all of the students.” Elementary art teacher Sara Light stated, “I feel like fine arts night gives students the opportunity to feel pride in the projects completed. It is also a great way to connect to families of the students.” Events like these do not just bring the students and families closer to the school, but it helps the teachers develop a stronger bond with the students and etter their teaching skills. Elementary art teacher Sara Light added, “Fine arts night gives me the opportunity to re ect on the projects we have done. It also motivates me to keep the students’ artwork new with fresh ideas.” Elementary choir teacher Dorothy etersen commented, “This was my last fine arts night at Ezard Elementa-

ry. It was a great way to end. I m very proud of the students and rs. ight for all her work with every student getting art work together and r. for working with the and ” It is always good when the students have fun as well as the parents. rs. Light wants to create a fun environment for families to come and enjoy their students artwork. Elementary art teacher Sara Light stated, “I feel like they enjoy it. They love seeing the gym set up for fine arts night, and I think they enjoyed getting to show off their work.” Elementary choir teacher Dorothy Petersen added, “I think it was great for the students to have an opportunity to perform for their friends and family. or many, it helped them get over their stage fright. erformance opportunities are great for students.

It’s just like a sport--you practice, then you get a chance to show everyone how hard you’ve worked and how good you are ” Elementary art teacher Sara Light commented, “This night takes a lot of prep work, the artwork all needs matted and names need to be put on each piece. I also put all the artwork on large paper to hang in the gym. y A+ students helped with that and with making decorations. rt clu students also helped. Each student has art in the show; I try to have at least 2 projects for each student.” ifth grader ofia awkins stated, “I love doing art clu with rs. ight. She lets us paint extra paintings, and then she displayed them in the art show. I also sung with the choir, and we worked really hard to prepare the songs that we sang.”

R-1 encourages students to sign up for summer school ALEXA HIGBEE

CONWAY CHRONICLES The school year is coming to an end which means it’s time to start thinking about your summer plans. aclede County R-1 Schools will e offering summer school to their students and will provide them with free breakfast and lunch as well as plenty of class choices to choose from. Summer School will start at a.m. and will end at p.m. Transportation will be provided for students who need it.

It is highly encouraged for students to take part in summer school for many reasons. One reason is the school offers many courses. unior high offers a science and a math course as enrichment material with their regular content during the school year. The high school offers personal finance, A+ tutoring, credit recovery (for students who failed a course during the regular school year), high school PE, Oral Communications, and Algebra 1 for students who need to recover a math credit.

“My top reasons for students to attend summer school . ecover credit to stay on track for graduation, . Complete courses to be involved in TCC or CAPS during the regular school year, . ccess to resources during the summer. or e ample the school district participates in a USDA program which offers free breakfast and lunch and . tay engaged in academic work. This helps younger students continue to improve over the long summer reak,” Jaymes Wapp, Conway High School principal,

stated. The classes are not the only positive thing aclede Co. chools have to offer. They will also have field trips for students who have good attendance. “I take the kids in my high school .E. class owling and fishing at the end of every week,” Tammy eckler said. Kristen Potteiger, Conway High School’s science teacher, will also be taking her students on field trips throughout the summer and introducing them to new outdoor experiences. See ‘SUMMER’/ page B5

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Cooking in Conway Students learn to cook at Conway High School SHEA WALKER

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Emma Young teaches a foods class at Conway High School. Not only does the class learn about food, but they also get to work hands-on meals as well. The students are able to cook meals for themselves, but currently, they are working on something different. The students are actually prepping food for events going on at school. “Our classes will prep food for the basketball tournament and the English Competition hosted at Conway,” said Young. The students providing this food are learning how

to be generous and entertain friends and strangers. “We like to make foods that will make a lot and can feed a lot of people. We will be making soups, sandwiches, and salad for the English Competition. Peerleaders will provide desserts. Then, we are thinking lasagna and chili for the Hospitality Room for the basketball tournament,” commented Young. Hands-on learning is very useful. It allows the students to see and touch the object, making them more intrigued and interested in the topic. “I enjoy being able to learn how to cook properly with my friends. Mrs.

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Breelynn Perryman and Taylor Whitehead prepare meals in Mrs. Young’s class. Young makes everything simple and easy to comprehend,” said Abbie Ru-

ble. When the class was asked to cater these events,

Young and the students were excited to take on this big project. “We are given a budget from those that are in charge of each event to provide and prepare the food,” added Young. Many events are catered. To cater means to provide food and drink to others, generally at social events. Young said, “I think the students learn how to bake and prepare food in bulk, which is important if they are interested in ever catering. They also learn new techniques for making these items because most of them, they have never made before.” There is more to the class than just cooking. The students are also assigned to find the information about the food they will be preparing. “The students find or are given recipes, lab plan

for the day they will cook, have a Mise en Place Day, or set up day, for ingredients, and then they will cook and prepare the ingredients.” The students in this class can get a lot more than just cooking skills. While getting experience in cooking and baking, the students are able acquire time management and organizational skills as well. “I think students making and serving food for others helps them learn the value of the hard work that they do. I hope they get a sense of accomplishment for feeding that amount of people!” said Young. “It makes me satisfied knowing that what I am doing and learning is going to pay off. I enjoy knowing that people are appreciative of the hard work the class puts in,” added Abbie.

Summer Overall the Conway Summer School program is a great way for elementary students to stay in the school mindset,

junior high has the opportunity to get a head start for high school, and high schoolers get to complete required courses in

from page B1 2 weeks rather than an entire semester/year as well as recover credits they may have failed during the school year.

Summer school will be a blast for all who attend and will be a great way for all students to get ahead. Laclede

County R-1 Schools encourage every student to give summer school a shot. If you would like to enroll your student,

you must fill out a form that can be obtained in the office of either Ezard Elementary or Conway High School.

on June 11, 2019, at 3:00 PM, at the Front Door of the Laclede County Courthouse, Lebanon, Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash: All that certain property situate in Laclede County State of Missouri, to-wit: A tract of land located in the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 10, Township 35, Range 16, described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of Section 10; thence North 2 degrees 58 minutes East 1317.85 feet; thence North 87 degrees 30 minutes West 26.80 feet to the West right of way of Old State Highway BB; thence along said right of way South 3 degrees 29 minutes West 397.31 feet; thence continue South 3 degrees 29 minutes West 2.12 feet; thence South 86 degrees 31 minutes East 5.0 feet; thence South 3 degrees 29 minutes West 35.58 feet to the true point of beginning of tract herein described; thence South 89 degrees 07 minutes 30 seconds West 303.07 feet; thence North 06 degrees 21 minutes 50 seconds West 10.11 feet; thence South 59 Degrees 35 minutes 50 seconds West 172.00 feet to a point on the East right of way of Missouri Highway #5; thence along the said right of way South 30 degrees 32 minutes East 394.87 feet to its intersection and with the Northwest right of way of Old State Highway BB; thence along said right of way South 74 degrees 22 minutes East 45.23 fet:t; thence North 40 degrees 39 minutes East 109.71 feet; thence continue North along said Northwest right of way of Old State Highway BB to the point of beginning, commonly known as 30078 Olive Dr, Lebanon, MO, 65536 subject to all prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances now of

record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs. SouthLaw, P.C. f/k/a South & Associates, P.C. Trustee First Publication: May 15, 2019. For more information, visit www. southlaw.com

LC LEGALS NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Norman Walter Smalley and Brenda Smalley, dated November 30, 2017, and recorded on December 7, 2017, Document No. 2017-5092, in Book No. 272, at Page 5051 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Laclede County, Missouri, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on May 31, 2019, at 11:00 AM, at the Front Door of the Laclede County Courthouse, Lebanon, Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash: THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER; THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF

THE NORTHEAST QUARTER; THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER; THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER; AND THE NORTH 27 ACRES OF THE SOUTHE A S T Q U A RT E R O F T H E SOUTHWEST QUARTER ALL IN SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 36, RANGE 17 LYING SOUTH AND WEST OF STATE ROUTE “E”. THE SOUTH HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 36 NORTH, RANGE 17 WEST OF THE FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LACLEDE COUNTY, MISSOURI, EXCEPT THAT PART LYING SOUTH AND WEST OF STATE ROUTE “E”. LESS AND EXCEPT THAT PART

CONVEYED IN BOOK 258 PAGE 6732 RECORDED ON 11-05-2012 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2012-5147 AND BOOK 258 PAGE 8429 RECORDED ON 1126-2012 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2012-5473, commonly known as 12321 Highway E, Eldridge, MO, 65463 subject to all prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances now of record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs. County Criers, LLC Successor Trustee First Publication: May 8, 2019. For more information, visit www. southlaw.com NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose (Casefile No. 219569-904350). SouthLaw, P.C. 13160 Foster Suite 100 Overland Park, KS 66213-2660 (913) 663-7600 File No. 219569 (05)-08-15-22-29

CITY OF LEBANON ELECTRIC OVER HYDRAULIC EXTRICATION TOOLS BID NUMBER: FD-01-190604-F-355 The City of Lebanon, Missouri (“The City”) invites bids from qualified organizations for the purchase of electric over hydraulic extrication rescue tools and other equipment. Bids will be accepted until 2:00 P.M. Tuesday June 4, 2019. For more information, contact: Fire Chief Sam Schneider, 417-991-3960 or lebanonfirechief@lebanonmo. org or download it from the City of Lebanon webpage at www. lebanonmissouri.org. City of Lebanon Attn: City Clerk PO Box 111 Lebanon, MO 65536 Project Number FD-01-190604-F-355 (05)-15-18-22 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Theresa Boren and Michael Boren, dated April 13, 2018, and recorded on April 19, 2018, Document No. 2018-1487, in Book No. 273, at Page 4368 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Laclede County, Missouri, the undersigned Trustee will

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