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Ava Kiwanis Club News

At last week’s meeting, we had no guests so we were able to focus on some club business.  Among the items on the agenda, Jayma informed us that a volleyball tournament will be held on March 9 from noon till ...

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Ava FFA Competes In Area Events

Over the past two weeks, Ava FFA has competed in Area Proficiencies and Degree Selection. Results from Area Proficiencies are Ciara Bray, 1st place in Equine Placement, which advances to State, and James Elijah, 1st place in Dairy Placement, also ...

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Ava 4-H Club Makes Valentines

The Ava 4-H Club decorated valentine bags and made valentines at the club meeting. At last month’s meeting they decorated hankies and T-Shirts for veterans with the help of several parent volunteers and Delanie Sweeney. Community Service Project Leader, Cleta ...

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Looking Backward 2.14.2013

  25 Years Ago February 11, 1988   The City of Ava purchased the Adams property just off the northeast corner of the public square, to be used for a parking lot. The only structure on the property included in ...

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Classifieds 2.14.2013

FOR SALE C&S Woodcutting, $35/rick picked up, $40 delivered in Ava city limits. Call Cody 417-686-0888.           13-tf GOT BUGS? FOR termites, ants, spiders, roaches, fleas, etc.  Call Tim Blackwell at Blackwell Pest Control, 860-7314.          5-19tp FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Pick up ...

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What About This . . .?

By Wayne William Cipriano John Brennan has been nominated by President Obama to head the CIA.  There are good arguments for giving the President wide latitude in choosing his subordinates.  He se­lects Cabinet members, for example with two functions in ...

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Wasola

“In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie promised before the world began,” Titus 1:2. Monday evening Gary and I stopped at his sister’s, Vicki Goodman’s home for a visit with her and his mother, Maxine Turner. While ...

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Tecumseh/ Lilly Ridge

Mr. Groundhog saw his shadow here Saturday morning, but not in Pennsylvania where the population was watching there so we can expect six more weeks of winter here. Business meeting was held after services Sunday night at Lilly Ridge. Congratulations ...

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