*MO Route 92 Closes at the bridge over I-29 Until August 16 
 

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*Fourth Annual Juneteenth Heritage Jubilee Celebration is Saturday June 15 


Jim U’Ren Receives Weidman Award from National Archives

*Luke Shouse Earns FFA Degree of State Farmer

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The program was reinstated in recently.   Luke Shouse, great grandson of Hubert, a graduate of West Platte, received his degree of State FFA Farmer this spring at the state convention in Columbia, MO.  He also has applied for the degree of American Farmer which is awarded in the fall at the National Convention.  
Luke’s sister Emma Shouse, WP class of 2021, was president of the local chapter her senior year.  Luke’s brother Grant Shouse, class of 2022, was vice president his senior year.  Luke’s parents Paul and Lauren were awarded an Honorary FFA degree at the local FFA banquet May 2.
The Shouse family wish to thank Mrs. Carmen Buller, current agriculture instructor and leader of FFA for the past 2 years, for her dedication and hard work with the class of 2024.  You can tell by the enthusiasm from the kids who participate in FFA and so many awards were earned by the students that she cares deeply about her students.
The Shouse ancestors settled in Platte County in 1843 on the farm Luke grew up on, making him the seventh generation to live there.

*Weston Chamber Welcomes New B & B


History repeats itself.  Eighty years ago Hubert Shouse was a senior at Weston High School (West Platte School now).  Hubert was awarded the degree of State Farmer by the Missouri FFA.  Then in 1946 he was awarded a Degree of American Farmer by the National FFA.  Mr. Harold Elwood lead the chapter for many years until it was discontinued from the school’s curriculum in the 1950’s.  

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Weston Chamber members congratulated the owners of the Wanderlust Bed & Breakfast, 403 5th street,  on their new business Monday morning with a ribbon cutting in the living area of the B&B. Those attending were (front, left to right)Gordon Grohmann, owners Dennis and Linda O’Brien, Lorri Stanislav, behind, Kiera Jones, Julie Jones, Grace Batdorf (Chamber intern) and Richard Jones.

Luke Shouse Receiving degree of State FFA Farmer

Weston Welcomes New B & B


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