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Sen. Dan Hughes (left) visits with (l-r): Sid Colson, PC Clerk Rita Long, Steve Tucker and Ron Hagan at the June 17 Perkins County Commissioner meeting.
District 44 Senator Dan Hughes of Venango attended the June 17 Perkins County Commissioner meeting to update them on the legislative session that ended May 31.
Nora Jameson, of rural Elsie, is the June artist at Meadowlark Galley.
For a community service project, the Sparkly Clovers 4-H Club landscaped the weed patch at the northwest corner of the Grant City Park. The weed barrier was donated by the Upper Republican Natural Resource District and rock was donated by Colglazier Medical Clinic. The crew included (front row, l-r): Jacqueline Gloy, Brenna Colglazier, Madison Swesey. Second row: Lexie Fisher, Tessa Uehling, Grace LaGrange and Cecilia Putnam. Back row: Leaders Ashley Colglazier and Angela Gloy.
The Crafting Clovers 4-H Club helped decorate a vacant store front window in downtown Grant under the guidance of Kris Long. Those helping included (l-r): Anley Sauder, Hanna Colglazier, Mya Deaver, Addison Freiberg, Olivia Gengenbach, Tatum Lee. Not pictured: Rally and Riggin Ketteler. The Crafting Clovers are led by Ashley Colglazier.
It was at an informational meeting hosted by the Nebraska Community Foundation in Paxton in 2003 that first planted the seeds for the Perkins County Community Foundation Fund.