Brandy Arnold, office manager at Moniteau County Health Center, hands paper work to Charlie Thiel before he receives his flu shot at the Nutrition Center Thursday, Oct. 18. Andrea Kinkaid, R.N and administrator of the health center located in California, gave flu shots to those who came in the allotted time period to receive them.
A canvas painting event was held in conjunction with a grand opening of Small Town Tees in Otterville Friday, Oct. 19. From the left, Whitney Watring, Marina Mathews and Val Schoen and the other participants painted an old truck loaded with pumpkins.
Writer visits Otter Creek Ironworks
by Wilma Watring
OTTERVILLE- Otter Creek Ironworks is owned by Jeff Millsap Jr. He has a small forge he built on his property. I stopped by Saturday, Oct. 20, and he gave me a small demonstration on how a forge works.
Opening night at School of Terror in Bunceton was Friday, Oct. 19. Survivors from Prairie Home enjoying the first night were Casey Bedell, Ava Marcum, Jordyn Alpers and Abby Gerke, surrounded by characters from the School of Terror.
Marching band performs well at contest
by Sarah Kuschel
BUNCETON- The Bunceton marching band performed in the Southern Boone Marching Band Classic on Saturday, Oct. 20. The band received second place in parade performance and came home with the Outstanding Performance Trophy. Members of the Marching Dragons this year are Christian Schler and Jacey McDaniel who carry the banner, Abby Cunningham, flute, Trevor Anderson, snare drum, Austin Alpers, bass drum, Taylyn Heilman, trumpet, Madison, clarinet, and Mark Roberts, saxophone. Kayden Jenry walked with the band on Saturday to help out when needed.
Tristan Werdehausen, Carly Messerli and Danika Latham check on a patient during the Latham School career exploration field trip to Central Methodist University.
Latham students explore career fields at CMU
by Jennifer Hays Fletcher
LATHAM- Several of our Latham seventh and eighth grade students went on the first of three career exploration field trips. The students took a career interest survey during life skills class with the results determining which experiences they would attend. The students who attended the first trip traveled to Central Methodist University, Fayette, and focused on health services and human services emphasizing criminal justice and forensics.
The Tipton Times’ staff will soon begin work on the 2019 Tipton Community Calendar and is issuing a reminder that it’s not too early to submit dates for activities your club, organization or church has planned for next year.