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LC CONWAY CHRONICLES FFA hosts truck, tractor pulls JESSICA RIZOR

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On Sept. 29, the Conway FFA team held its annual Truck and Tractor Pulls. The pulls this year were held at Deernado Park on Highway WW in Conway. The support that the students had from the community was much more than expected with a turnout of about 800-900 people in attendance. M r. S t r a t t o n , F FA Advisor, said, “I am always amazed to see h o w m u c h o u r c o mmunity supports the Conway FFA team.” A l l t o g e t h e r t h e re were a total of 107 hooks during the pulls, as well as several kids who participated in the pedal tractor pull. The winners of the pulls are the following: 6000 pound farm tractors-Hunter Lindley, 8000 pound farm tractors-Jordan Spradling, 11,000 pound farm tractors-Brian Unnerstall, 13,000 pound farm tractors- Rod Pendergrass, 13,000 pound and over farm tractors-Rod Pen-

Conway junior Hunter Lindley competes in the recent FFA Tractor and Truck Pull. dergrass, 11,000 pound Hot Stock tractors- Jeremy Spradling, 6500 pound Hot Stock tractors-Hunter Lindley, 9500 pound Pro Field tractors- Michelle Reid, Hometown Gas trucks 5800 pound Ethan Evans, 6000 pound Hot Stock trucks-Mike Dugan, 6200 pound Country Boy Modified

trucks- Dennis Palmer, Single Wheel Hometown Diesel trucks 8000 pound Jeremy Mooney, and Dually Work Stock Diesel Trucks- 10,000 pound-Kevin Legan. During this event, the Conway FFA team raised $9,500 to go towards helping the students attend the Washington Leadership Con-

ference in June of next year. Additional money helped with the cost of national convention in October. Megan Manley, a FFA member who worked the concession stand during the event, said, “The turnout of this event was much more than what I expected. This is one of my favor-

Chili Day, parade scheduled for Dec. 1 CONWAY CHRONILES STAFF

The Conway Lions Club will be having its annual Chili Day and

Christmas Parade on Dec. 1. Chili will be served beginning at 11 a.m. in the Conway Community Building.

Parade line up will be at 12:30 p.m. in front of the Catholic church, with the parade starting at 1 p.m. The theme for this

year ’s parade is “Reflections of hristmas. Direct any questions to Dalton Owens, 417-5892563.

Cheer and Dance team selling family photo packages Saturday JESSICA RIZOR

CONWAY CHRONICLES With the holiday season quickly approaching, a lot of people are already thinking about what they are going to do for the gift-giving portion during this time of the year. There are many options for gifts, but if you would like to go with a traditional gift, the Conway High School and Junior High Cheer and Dance girls have you covered! This year the cheer and dance team has decided to partner with

Remember When Photography to offer, to the community, the opportunity for a family photo. This opportunity also serves as a fundraiser for the cheer and dance team to give them the chance to upgrade and get new supplies for the team. The team will be hosting family photo mini sessions on Nov. 10 in the Ezard Elementary gym. The session will consist of a digital copy of one pose and the chance to book a full session with Remember When Photography. This photo session is the perfect opportunity

to get a family picture that would work great for gift cards this holiday season! The cost for a mini session will be $15. If you or someone you know would like to have a family photo session, it can be done by making an RSVP with Mrs. Pulley through email (apulley@ lcr1.org). Title the email “Family Photos.” If you do not make reservations, you can be at the elementary when the doors open at 1 p.m. or before they close at 3 p.m.

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ite events that the FFA puts on each year, and I am grateful that we raised as much as we did this year.” T h e C o n w a y F FA members and their advisors would like to give a special thank you to the sponsors of this event which include; Dave and Robin Marlin,

Nathaniel and Anna L i n d l e y, Wi s s b a u m Farms, Davis Diesel, Doing & Sons Excavation, Storie Concrete, Whitehead Dairy, Joplin Regional Stockyards (JW Henson), Starnes Auto, Hannah’s General Store, Atteberry Enterprises Inc, Letterman F e e d , H i l a n d D a i r y, East 32 Meat processing, Jeffery and Angela Graves, Norm and B e c k y We b s t e r, To m and Tiffany Simpson, Mott Auto Recyclers, Calton Machinery “Jesus is Real,” Kevco Industries Commercial Painting, Wes and Holli Hawkins Family, W&K Wood Cutting, Crown Equipment, Jacobson Appliances, Conway MFA, Tony Whitehead, L a n c e Ve s t a l , E v e r ett and Martha Jones, Hampton Lawn and Garden, and Travis and Heather Officer. The FFA has many upcoming events. For dates and updates on more upcoming events you can check the Conway FFA page on Facebook.

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Conway Chronicles November 07, 2018  

A cooperative effort between Conway Schools and the Laclede County Record.

Conway Chronicles November 07, 2018  

A cooperative effort between Conway Schools and the Laclede County Record.