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08 June 2011

Nance: “Be guided accordingly”

This quote was always at the end of any notice sent out by my employer of ten years- The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company.

Partnership for Children, a non-profit group dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth in the greater Kansas City area recently honored me for my continued efforts on behalf of Missouri's children. Jeremy Lafaver, presented the award on June 1st. Also receiving an award was Representative Mike Talboy of Kansas City. The end of session report will be mailed in the next couple of weeks.

MoDOT has put off indefinitely the repair of the highway bridges on highway 10 to Hardin because of the potential flooding from the Missouri River. Much of that problem is because of the Corps of Engineers release of water from Gavin’s Point Dam in the states of Nebraska and South Dakota.

The fundraising event at the Orrick Community Center helped raise over $1,500. I want to thank the ladies that prepared the desserts and helped serve. I would also like to thank Richmond Masonic Lodge #57 for the fish fry. I appreciate their community service and support. Most importantly, I thank those who attended and contributed to a great cause.

I received word that Mosby has a new radar gun.

“Be guided accordingly”.

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