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Sedalia Democrat (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Sedalia, MissouriSedalia Democrat local nation saturday sunday August 22-23,2015 3a t a red Bank plan Robe at fat police reports i Fra students gain hands on experience at children a barnyard by Hope Leech cute animals and even cuter children it is a combination the Missouri state fair has been known for for 113 years. For most of the fairs history one location where both animals and children gather is the children a barnyard. Originally the barnyard was located in a tent on the Fairgrounds but for More than five decades it has been located in the a red Bam a where it is run by three area Fra chapters. A the barnyard has two main purposes a Crystal Hardy Lincoln Fra advisor and one of the sponsors of the event said. A the biggest is to educate and entertain the children and adults who come to photos by Hope Lecchi Democrat Crystal Hardy Lincoln Fra advisor stands with one of two Hua Rizos locate in the children s barnyard. A Hua Izo is a Cross Between a Llama and Alpaca. Hardy described the animal As a giant velcro Batt because everything Sticks to them. This is the first year the Breed was been show in the children s barnyard. See us. A the second reason we Are Here is As a learning experience for our members who Volunteer Here a Hardy added. A most of our students Arentt exposed to the number and Type of animals we have forty five students from Green Ridge Warsaw and Lincoln Volunteer to work at the exhibits. This year there Are 20 different Breeds of animals that the Fra chapters Are responsible for including goats pigs sheep chickens cats and dogs. This year a new Breed to the barnyard has arrived in the form of two Hua Rizos. A a Hua Rizo is a Cross Between a Llama and an Alpaca a Hardy said. A a it a been different working with them because we have never had anything like them before. A everything Sticks to them a Hardy added. A they Are kind of like big velcro balls. The problem is you can to really Brush them because we done to want to pull their hair out. Hardy went on to explain that the hair is where the value is in the Hua Rizo. A not that we sell any of the animals a Hardy said. A we do let people adopt Horah Moxley 15 months looks at her Mother Caille Moxley after looking at the baby Chicks in the children s barnyard at Missouri state Fairgrounds Friday afternoon. Moxley said her daughter was taken by All kinds of animals but especially Ute horses sheep pigs and cows. Twenty Breeds of animals were on exhibit at the barnyard during the fair. The Kittens and puppies the other animals belong to individuals who Are willing to loan them to the barnyard for the fair. Many of the animals belong to the Fra members and Hardy has supplied several animals for this years fair. For the students the Day begins at 8 . When they exercise the Large animals and deep clean the pens. A after we work with the larger animals we make sure they Are fed a Hardy said. A then we Start to take care of All of the smaller animals. A the barnyard is open from 9 . To 9 . And we always have work to do a she added. A we Are spot cleaning the pens throughout the Day and Are constantly checking on the condition of the animals and answering questions for a the Best part of working Here is the kids a Morgan Hetrick a senior at Green Ridge said. A i like to see the kids faces when they interact with the Alyc Smith a freshman at Green Ridge also liked working with the younger visitors but Felt the experience would also be a Good Way to meet other Fra members. A a in a a freshman a Smith said. I really done to know a lot of the members from other chapters so i thought this would be a Good Way to meet them and have the Chance to work with some different Junior Madison Billingsley also from the Green Ridge chapter said that working with the animals and other people was what led her to Volunteer. A we done to have any animals where i live Billingsley said. A we Are building Fence right now and Are in the process of buying some cows. A having the Chance to get some hands on experience will help a lot a Billingsley added. A getting to work with the kids and the other members is also a lot of fun for All of us stocks Tumble on global slowdown fears by Matthew Craft and Bernard Condon a business writers in new York a growing concerns about a slowdown in China Shook markets around the world on Friday driving the . Stock Market to its biggest drop in nearly four years. The rout started in Asia and quickly spread to Europe battering major markets in Germany and France. In the ., the Selling started Early and never let up. Investors ditched beaten Down Oil companies As Well As Netflix Apple and other technology Darlings. Oil plunged below $40 for the first time since the financial crisis and government Bonds rallied As investors raced into hiding spots. A investors Are wondering if growth Isnit coming from the . Or China where is it going to come from a said Tim Courtney chief investment officer of Exen Cial wealth advisors. A this is about by the time it was Over the Standard and poor a 500 Index had lost 5.8 percent for the week its worst weekly slump since 2011. That leaves the main Benchmark for . Investments 7.7 percent below its All time High a within shooting Range of what traders Call a a correction a a to percent drop bom a Peak. Markets began failing last week after China announced a Surprise devaluation of its currency the Yuan. Investors have interpreted China a move As a sign that flagging growth in worlds second largest Economy could be worse than government reports suggest. On Friday they got More bad news a private Survey showed another drop in manufacturing on the Mainland. The Standard amp poor a 500 Index dropped 64.84 Points or 3.2 percent to close at 1,970.89. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell 530.94 Points or 3.1 percent to 16,459.75. That Sio percent off its High a correction. The Nash a Slid 171.45 Points or 3.5 percent to 4,706.04. That a unwelcome news for anyone with a 401 k invested in stocks but they panic and try to time the Market s swings said Quincy Crosby Market strategist for Prudential financial. A the difficult thing is its easy to get out of the Market but its difficult to get Back in a she said. Quot you can take tire Money out now and then you sit and wonder a wait a minute is the Market going to go up a associated Laj door company a Ortho Doon a door of Mann it in. Plum let a a port a omm Mibab Kew Itmann a to to Safe Dean burning Coop propane summer i ill i p in As \ fill your tank now amp prepay for future delivery a Coop services inc. Re Fredete mmr4s27 him North Wrba 2420 Clinton re Sedalia m0-222-m27 him North Walnut Llo Hwy 7 a Boonim m0-m2-7443 a to Boe a Hows Mondsy-frday8-5 saturdays noon this list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding Areg is taken from official police reports which do not necessarily contain statements from All panties involved in each Case. R Mala Mea department arrests aug. 20 3 59 . Justin Travis Perry 25, of the 2100 Block of East 16th Street was arrested near the intersection of West Broadway Boulevard and South Osage Avenue on charges of driving while intoxicated leaving the scene of a motor vehicle Accident and first degree property damage. Aug. 21 11 55 . Zane Thomas Craig 20, of Cole Camp was arrested in the 3200 Block of West Broadway Boulevard charges of Possession of marijuana and driving with a revoked License. Aug. 20 1 43 . $19 was reported stolen from a business in the 3100 Block of West Broadway Boulevard. 4 46 . The front passenger wheel tire was reported stolen from a vehicle parked in a driveway in the 900 Block of South Maniteau Avenue. 6 51 . A hit and run vehicle Accident was reported near the intersection of West . Highway 50 and South . Highway 65. Pettis county sheriff s office moderns aug. 20 9 20 . Deputies responded to a report of a physical fight in Progress in the 1400 Block of Elm Hills Boulevard. Susan Ann Sweeney 36, was arrested on charges stemming bom the physical fight. Missouri state Highway patrol arrests aug. 21 12 45 . Broderick b. Hayes 23, of Warrensburg was arrested in Johnson county on charges of driving while intoxicated speeding and no insurance. 3 34 . Robert t. Pendleton 22, of Kansas City was arrested in Johnson county on charges of driving while intoxicated and failure to maintain a single Lane. Compiled by Nicole Cooke fair watch i was leaving the Fairgrounds after Midnight when my Friend asked a Young Man whose car sported the same paint Job As Coy and Vance Dukes Dodge for the Feather in his Cap. He obliged but with a warning a a done to let the department of conservation see you with this a he said. A i think its like a $500 Dollar intern Alex Agueros for everyone else who gets hungry seeing the breads and jellies in the 4h building sad news. The baked goods on display Are award winning but uncovered. The confections and pastries will be thrown away at the end of the fair. A intern Alex Agueros Danny now category 3 Miami apr Hurricane Danny has strengthened into a category 3 storm As it moves across the Atlantic far from land. The hurricanes maximum sustained winds Friday had increased to near 115 mph. The . National Hurricane Center says the Hurricane is not expected to intensify and a weakening trend is forecast to begin later Friday. The Hurricane is entered about 900 Miles East of the Leeward islands. Hurricane Danny does no to currently pose a threat to land but the Hurricane Center says those in the Leeward islands should Monitor its Progress. Paving miss Daisy Arrow Rock pm rug.22-rug.30 lyceum for tickets Cru 660-837-3311 theatre or 114 High Street Arrow Rock to i in a a Quot a a Kim by u a amp ass or

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