Matt Miller, resource conservation specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, introduces the program to Rotary
The Rotary Club of Trenton met on Thursday, October 27 in the BTC Bank Community Hall. Michael Ormsby chaired the meeting and was the Sergeant-at-Arms. Dan Wilford said the prayer.
Winners of entries for the 2022 Missouri Day Parade, sponsored by the local club, were honored at the reunion. Certificates were presented and winners will also receive a framed color photo of their winning artwork. Honored were Moore Woodworking, Missouri Spirit Day, and Best Business Entry; Bright Futures Trenton, best organization entry; and Trenton R-9 Mascots, Best Youth Entry. Other winners will be recognized at future meetings.
Program Chair Gary Dolan introduced Matt Miller, Resource Curator with the Grundy County Natural Resource Conservation Department. Miller gave a presentation on his “saving soil” work through the EQUIP and CSP programs, funded by the 2018 Farm Bill. He also works with the Crop Resource Program through the ACS office. In addition to Grundy County residents, he also works with farmers and park officials in Mercer, Harrison, and Gentry counties.
During the business meeting, a sign-up sheet was distributed to members planning to attend the district’s annual founding dinner in Excelsior Springs on November 5th.
The next club meeting will be on November 3 in the BTC Bank Community Hall and the schedule will be announced.
The Rotary Club of Trenton honored the winning entries from the 2022 Missouri Day Parade at the club meeting on October 27. The Rotary Club is the organizer of the parade.
Pictured below, from left, are James Chamberlain and Dave Burkeybile, representing the Trenton R-9 mascots; Rotarians Steve Taylor and Michael Ormsby; Jasmine Parrent and Caleb Campbell, representing Trenton’s R-9 mascots; Benna Trump and Charlotte Hoskins, representing Moore’s Woodworking; and Kristi Harris, representing Bright Futures Trenton.