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Heidi Koger Proofreader Shayna Heathman Editorial Intern Taiylor Sharp Editorial Intern Marjorie Langas Graphics and Layout Margaret Phillips Developer/Programmer Tempest Wright Intern Tonia Wright Publisher, Editor-in-Chief Tell us how we're doing online or on Facebook. The Buckner Clarion is published by Grace Advertising & Consulting, Inc. 325 Broadway Lexington, MO 64067 660.259.3700 or 866.824.1020 (press 0) is the online arm of this print publication. A special thank you to our advertisers and sponsors in this issue: Buckner Pharmacy City of Buckner The Firm Insurance Group, Inc. Grace Advertising & Consulting, Inc. HCC of Rural Missouri Lifetime Solutions Realty Live Well Community Health Center - Buckner 2 | June/July 2017 "BATTLE FOR BLOOD" DRIVE The "Battle for Blood" drive will be held Friday, June 30 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Community Center/Masonic Lodge, BB Highway at 611 S. Sibley. Each blood donor will receive a pair of tickets for a T-Bones baseball game. Book an appointment at, enter sponsor code, Buckner. For more info, contact Lisa Nelson at 816.216.4771. C:\Users\Tonia\Dropbox\Grace Advertising\Marjorie Langas\05-2017\documents\BucknerPharmacy.jpg Floyd Hawkins, a school board member in the Fort Osage R-I School District, was recognized for achieving Master Certification in the Missouri School Boards' Association Certified Board Member program at the 2017 MSBA Leadership Summit on June 3. The program established by MSBA helps local school board members develop the knowledge and skills they need to function as effective educational leaders in their communities. All newly elected school board members must complete a basic 16-hour Essential Training program required by state law. The Master certification requires fulfillment of the Essential and Advanced levels. Those achieving Master Certification must accumulate at least 40 hours of training credit, read two books related to school board service, attend at least two MSBA meetings within the year, and write a brief reflection paper that connects the subjects they have studied to the governance practices of the school district they serve. The Missouri School Boards' Association is a private, not-for-profit organization that exists to help school boards succeed. Local School Board Member Achieves Master Certification

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