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Thursday, February 5, 2015

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Area Church
Directory
FAIRFAX UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor Roger Cary - www.fairfaxumc.net
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.
Tuesdays - Taped Worship Service (Ch. 61), 4:00 p.m.
Every Wednesday, Promise Keepers, 6:00 a.m.
FAIRFAX CHRISTIAN CHURCH
304 North Broadway
Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.
Taped Worship Service (Ch. 61) - Thursdays, 2:00 p.m.
FAIRFAX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. Elaine Loggi - 500 N. Broadway
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship, 10:30 a.m.
Sundays - Choir practice after worship
Taped Worship Service (Ch. 61) - Mondays, 6:00 p.m.
Nite Owls meet first Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m.
Session meets first Wednesday of month, 7:15 p.m.
FAIRFAX BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor Andy Braams - 604 Angell
www.fairfaxbaptistchurch.com
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.;
Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Evening Community Youth Group, 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening Worship, 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting
& Bible Study, 7:00 p.m.
ST. OSWALDS IN-THE-FIELDS
Second Sunday, 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
Service by Lay Reader
Fourth Sunday, 11:00 a.m., Eucharist Service
CHURCH OF GOD - CRAIG
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Brian Lemcke - 1413 Nebraska St., Mound City
Bible Class or Sunday School, 9:15 a.m.
Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.
RIVER OF HOPE FELLOWSHIP
Pastor David Showalter - Hwy. 159 & I-29, Mound City
Donuts and fellowship, 9:15 a.m.
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. (including nursery)
Worship, 10:30 a.m. (nursery provided)
ST. PAULS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Father Reginald Sander, OSB - 908 Elm, Tarkio
Sundays - Sunday Eucharist, 10:30 a.m.
Saturdays - Sunday Eucharist, 5:00 p.m.

Sign up for Shining Stars


Basketball Tournament
The Shining Stars Special
Olympics Team will hold its
third basketball tournament
fundraiser on Saturday,
March 7, 2015. The event
will be held at Heartland
Recreational Center at 300
N 13th St. in Tarkio, Missouri, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m.
Money raised will go towards the teams transportation, housing, and competition fees at regional
and state Special Olympics
games. Coordinators are
also seeking monetary donations to purchase items to
be sold at the tournament.
Donations can be made
through a PayPal account on
the Special Olympic Shining
Stars Facebook page, or can
be given to Tyson Gibbons
at Tarkio City Hall, Shannon Sherwood at Rock Port
City Hall, or Ann Roberts in
Tarkio.
All teams that wish to
compete in this event must
consist of at least five players. The entry fee for each
team will be $25. Trophies
will be given to the top three
teams. If you or someone
you know would like to en-

ter a team, please contact


Special Olympics Assistant
Coach Patty Clark at 816718-6368, Special Olympics
Head Coach Ann Roberts
at 660-744-3625, Special
Olympics Volunteer Tyson
Gibbons, or Special Olympis
Volunteer Shannon Sherwood.

NEELY to perform Feb. 18


at Craig First Church of God
NEELY The voice of
Daughtry, the heart of Evanescence, and the guitars
of Three Doors Down will
be performing at the First
Church of God in Craig,
Missouri, Wednesday, February 18, 2015, at 7:00 p.m.
Free will donations will be
accepted.
Nestled in the heart of
Music City (Nashville, Tennessee), enigmatic husband
and wife duo Jeremy and
Kaci (NEELY) emerge with
a grit and energy that integrates the regions eclectic
musical soundscape into an

array of well-crafted rock


anthems featuring spine
chilling harmonies and
hook-laden lyrics. Backed by
a tight, hard-hitting lineup
of dynamic, high-powered
musicians, NEELY is a modern rock force to be reckoned
with.
In 2013, NEELY began
to show some of their down
home roots. NEELY teamed
up with producer Jon King
to turn a classic catch
phrase into a modern southern rock anthem called Kiss
My Grits. A constant crowd
favorite wherever they go,

United Methodist Churchs


Soup-er Bowl rescheduled
The Fairfax United Methodist Church will host a
Soup-er Bowl Dinner following worship Sunday, February 8, from 11:30 a.m. to
1:00 p.m. in their fellowship
hall. The dinner was postponed due to last weekends
snowstorm, and has been rescheduled for this Sunday.

The youth will serve a


dinner featuring delicious
homemade vegetable soup
and chili, plus grilled cheese
sandwiches, and a variety of
desserts.
The freewill offering will
go towards youth camp/mission trips this year.
All are welcome!

Addams Family auditions


Auditions for Addams
Family, the new musical
comedy, will be held Tuesday, February 24 and Thursday, February 26, 6:00 - 8:30
p.m., and Saturday, February 28, 9:00 - 11:30 a.m., at
the State Theater in Mound
City, Missouri. The play is
under the direction of Deb
Johnson, Rock Port.
There are roles for singers, dancers and actors, ages
14 and up. Be prepared to
read script and sing a song
of your choice. A CD player

will be available for use.


For more information contact Deb at 660-253-0143 or
private message her on Facebook - Debbie (Kotsores)
Johnson.
The State Theater will
present the Broadway musical in April.

Kiss My Grits has helped


NEELY show the world they
will make excellent music
without the confines of Record Label generated genres.
2014 has definitely become a
year where the rebel spirit of
NEELY comes out and says,
we arent Rock, we arent
Country, we arent Christian
Music . . . we are NEELY!
The roots of what is now
NEELY began decades ago
in the small towns of Cosby,
Missouri, and Bennington,
Kansas, where both Jeremy and Kaci would record
hours of radio broadcasts on
cassette tape and pour over
the content, honing writing
and vocal skills that seeming providence would set on
a collision course. The two
were married May 5, 1996,
yet it wasnt until the summer of 2000 that they began
to explore the extraordinary
musical harmony that was
fused together. Constantly
pursuing excellence in their
craft and traveling under
other banners, Jeremy and
Kaci began to exhibit a quality in their music that began
to turn heads in the central
United States.
With a simple yet heartfelt approach to scripting
songs, Jeremy and Kaci have
compiled a set of songs that
span an array of emotion.
From the anthemic Everything I Am to driving guitars and vocals on In The
Middle to the heartfelt cry
of affection that pours out of
You and Me the relentless
onslaught of catchy melodies and well crafted lyrics
have captivated listeners all
over the world. NEELY has
spent decades crafting and
honing their skills to pour
into the making of Everything I Am, Colorblind,
and Kiss My Grits and
that same skill, experience,
and energy is on display in
their live performances.

Thursday, February 5, 2015


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BULLDOG PRIDE
5th and 6th Grade Basketball Tournament

Field trip
Benefit
for Wendy
Schaefer
Feb. 22
A benefit for Wendy
Schaefer will be held February 22, 2015, at the Tarkio
Community Building from
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The
benefit will help raise funds
for Wendys cancer treatment. Come enjoy chili, hot
dogs, dessert, tea and lemonade and take part in a silent auction!

Alumni
Banquet
is May 8
The 2015 Fairfax Alumni Banquet will be held on
Friday, May 8, at 7:00 p.m.,
in the high school gymnasium. Tickets will be $15.
Reservations can be sent to
Lisa Southard Mitchell, 505
5th St., Fairfax, MO 64446.
Please designate your year
of graduation, and make
checks payable to the Fairfax
Alumni Association. Alumni
members are encouraged to
start making plans to attend
this years banquet.

by Katelyn Kehl
The elementary took a
field trip to the Childrens
Museum in Omaha on January 16. All of the elementary
went. After enjoying the
wonders to be seen at the
museum, the children went
bowling.
Clayton Vernon, in second
grade, says It was really fun
to be with my friends at the
bowling [alley]. Next, the
kids celebrated the fun day
with pizza. All in all, it was
a memory that will never be
forgotten.

Past
yearbooks
by Haley Murry
Fairfax R-3 is doing a free
will donation for the past
yearbooks. We have yearbooks from 1973 to 2005.
They will be for sale at every
basketball home game.
Heres a list of the years
we have, followed by how
many are available: 1973,
6; 1976, 4; 1978, 14; 1989,
16; 1992, 8; 1995, 3; 1997, 6;
1999, 7; 2000, 42; 2001, 20;
2002, 34; 2003, 43; 2004, 46;
2005, 47. Everything is first
come, first served.
All donations will go to
the yearbook next year.
Thank you for your continued support.

by Miles Murry
The 5th and 6th grade
basketball tournament was
held Saturday, January 24,
at the Fairfax high school.
The teams that were in the
tournament for the girls
were: Fairfaxs 5th and 6th
grade, Tarkios 5th & 6th
grade, Rock Ports 5th &
6th grade, South Holts 6th
grade, Mound Citys 6th
grade, and North Nodaways
6th grade. The teams that
were in the boys side of the
bracket were: Fairfax, Rock
Ports 5th & 6th, Mound
City Purple & Gold teams,
Falls City, North Nodaway,
and Tarkio.
The first game was played
at 7:30 a.m. with the teams
of Tarkio 6th and Rock Port
6th. The Tarkio 6th grade
girls won the tournament.

The first game for the


boys tournament started at
1:00 p.m. The tournament
winners for the boys bracket
was the Falls City team beating the Fairfax Bulldogs by
one point. The teams had to
shoot free throws to decide

who was the victor, after the


game was tied at the end of
regulation.
Congratulations to the
winners of the Fairfax 5th
and 6th boys and girls basketball tournament.

Fairfax girls win tournament


by Ashley
On Friday, the Fairfax
Lady Bulldogs beat the Rock
Port Blue Jays and took the
Fairfax Tournament trophy.
Hopkins, number 21, scored
32 points for Fairfax, leading them to victory.
Rock Ports top scorer,
Jackie Bradley, kept the
Blue Jays up one at the
end of the first half, with a
score of 13-12. Ryan had 9
rebounds and Halle Sutter,

Fairfax R-3 School


Breakfast & Lunch Menus
Monday, February 9 - Breakfast - Cereal, mini muffin,
applesauce cup, fruit juice, and milk; Lunch - Beef burrito
or BBQ rib, lettuce salad, French fries, banana, and milk.
Tuesday, February 10 - Breakfast - Pancakes, syrup,
yogurt, fruit juice, and milk; Lunch - Chicken alfredo with
twist, peas, carrot sticks, ranch dressing, mandarin oranges, and milk.
Wednesday, February 11 - Breakfast - Cereal, pop tart,
pears, fruit juice, and milk; Lunch - Cheeseburger or hot dog,
potato wedges, baked beans, apple or orange, and milk.
Thursday, February 12 - Breakfast - French toast
sticks, syrup, strawberries, fruit juice, and milk; Lunch Chicken strips or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, mashed
potatoes, mixed vegetables, grapes, and milk.
Friday, February 13 - Breakfast - Cereal, doughnut,
peaches, fruit juice, and milk; Lunch - Cavatini, corn, raw
broccoli, ranch dressing, apple crisp, and milk.

number 00, scored 10 points


in the third quarter.
With all their might, the
Lady Bulldogs pulled it
through. They beat the Blue
Jays with a close score of 5451. This is the first time in
six years that a Fairfax team
has won its tournament.

Courtwarming
game
by Jayton Johnson
The Bulldogs basketball
team faced the NodawayHolt Trojans Friday for their
courtwarming game.
Senior basketball player
Trevor Brown was asked
how he felt about the courtwarming game in an interview. He replied, Bittersweet. Glad to have such a
greater role on this team,
but it will be sad when the
season is over. Also when
asked how they will win the
game, he said they will need
to work as a team and they
will have a good chance of
winning the game.
The Fairfax Bulldogs will
be ready to play when they
step out on the court. Go
Bulldogs!

FFA members Jonathan Brown, Jayton Johnson,


Dylan Jeffords, Mason Straub, Alyssa Beck, Garrett Ball, Alyssa Garrison, Kolbe Cooper, Dakota Allen and Gage Crowley are pictured with their final
Adopt-A-Family purchases.

Fairfax FFA Chapter


Adopt-A-Family project
by Dakota Allen,
FFA member
Every Christmas our FFA
chapter makes an effort to
give back to the community by participating in the
Atchison County Adopt-AFamily program. This year,
with the help of a local donor, we had the opportunity
to adopt both a family with
children and a senior citizen. We had lots of fun going
shopping in Maryville! Ten
FFA members, Miss Fields
and Mrs. Davis took off from
the Ag Building at 7:00 a.m.

When we got to Wal-Mart


we divided into groups and
set out to find gifts for each
person on our list. We had
a lot of fun shopping and
even playing with some of
the toys! We even ran into
Santa Claus while we were
there and there was no
way we could pass up an opportunity to take a picture
with the big man himself.
Overall our shopping trip
was a huge success and a lot
of fun for our chapter. We
are looking forward to next
Christmas season!

The East Atchison Wolves basketball team went


into overtime in the championship game and won
second place in the Fairfax Optimist Club 4th Grade
Basketball Tournament January 31. Pictured above
(left to right) are: Josh Oswald, Cameron Oswald, Ian
Stepp, Drew Johnson, Trenton Kingery, Collin Hedlund, Braden Graves, Oliver Smith, Daniel Lesher,
and Jon Graves (back).

Pinochle
Club

The Pinochle Club met


Wednesday, January 28, at
the Daybreak Cafe in Fairfax at 1:00 oclock.
President Nancy Gaines
was absent due to illlness.
Winona Cooper was a guest
and won high score. Mary
Graves won second high
score; Georgia Houghton,
low; and Margaret Graves,
traveling.
Other members present were Norma Bradfield,
Phyllis Ball, Georgia Gilley
and Nancy Van Gundy.
The next meeting will be
February 11 and will be a
Valentine exchange at the
Daybreak Cafe.

The Fairfax 4h & 5th grade girls team won third


place in the Nodaway-Holt Elementary Basketball
Tournament January 31. Pictured above (left to
right) are: - front row - Jasey Smith, Kendal Straub;
middle row - Camryn Holecek, Jaecey Hill, Olivia
Morris; back row - Mercedes Gilliland, Natalie Hedlund, and Haley Garrison.

First Baptist Church

20432 U.S. Hwy. 59 - Tarkio, MO

The Fairfax 6th grade boys team defeated Mound


City by one point in overtime to win the NodawayHolt Elementary Basketball Tournament January 31.
Pictured above (left to right) are: front row - Carter
Holecek, Josh Smith and Luke Roberson; back row
- Jim Bradbury, Kaden Cooper, Ian Smith, Jagger
Freemyer, and Graham Scarbrough.