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Sedalia Democrat (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Sedalia, MissouriSedalia Democrat local weather saturday sunday August 22-23,2015 5a arts festival collecting 660826-2222 or Angier Welcome packets . Kiwanis trivia night the Sedalia kiwanis local briefs Alee Imirie i aul. In urn Wornon a vim id meet Church women United will meet at 10 30 . Monday at Ward memorial Baptist Church 412 n. Osage ave. They will Host a covered dish lunch and encourage each person to bring a dish. Churches Are encouraged to also bring their kits for the festival of sharing. The Queen of the Prairies festival committee is collecting items for the artist Welcome packets. If your business would like to donate anything such As coupons mugs pens or discounts have items turned into the Sedalia chamber by Friday sept. 18. For More information Contact the chamber at club will Host a trivia night fundraiser at 7 . Friday. The kiwanis trivia night will be hosted at the Celebration Center 1701 w. 32nd St. The kiwanis trivia night is open to teams from two to eight members and the Sedalia kiwanis Chib is asking service clubs schools churches and families to come and test their knowledge. The entry fee is $10 per person and funds raised at the event will be used to fund kiwanis youth programs. There will be a prize for the top team As Well As door prize drawings throughout the evening a 50/50 drawing free refreshments and More. To enter your team for the kiwanis trivia night Call Bob Milner at 473-1270. Kiwanis kids Day in the Park the Sedalia kiwanis club will Host kiwanis kids Day in the Park from to . To 2 . Saturday aug. 29 at Liberty Park. The event is for children Ages 2 to 12. Games for the Day will include a three legged of k in v Imi a race a Hula hoop contest a Gunny sack race jump rope Frog Board ring toss and a bottle ring toss. There will also be a Dunk tank face painting train rides a treasure Hunt and much More. Hot dogs chips and a drink will be provided for All kids taking part. For More information Contact Ann Dove at 527-3794 or Bob Milner at 473-1270. Ashley Madison faces $578m Canadian class action lawsuit fair briefs youth will Benefit from governors Ham breakfast Many Missouri youth will Benefit from the proceeds raised at the 63rd annual governors Ham breakfast hosted thursday in the directors tent on the Missouri state Fairgrounds. Gov. Jay Nixon addressed the guests which numbered nearly 1,000. Several other distinguished guests attended the Ham breakfast including Missouri director of agriculture Richard Fordyce state fair director Mark Wolfe state fair foundation chairman Bill Jackson state fair commissioners state and local elected officials and numerous other agriculture leaders and fair supporters. Former sen. Jim Mathewson emceed the event and Dick Hutchinson auction ered. Hutchinson led the time honoured auction of the Champion hams and Bacon and commemorative Belt buckle raising a total of $21,400. Proceeds from the auction and breakfast will support Missouri state fair projects including youth scholarships and Fairground improvements. The auction began with the grand Champion Ham exhibited by Wyatt Stafford of Versailles. The Ham was purchased by Ditzfeld Container and trash service and Murphy Brothers exposition for $6,500 and was donated to Missouri 4-h. The Reserve grand Champion Ham exhibited by Russellville locker of Russellville went to Kansas City Power and Light for $6,000, and was donated to harvesters the Community food network. The grand Champion Bacon exhibited by country meat shop of Moberly sold for $5,000, and was donated to Missouri Fra. The commemorative Belt buckle was purchased for $1,700 from Central Bank of Sedalia and Jim and Doris Mathewson. A pedal tractor was auctioned for the first time with funds allotted for an agriculture education endowment. It was purchased by the Missouri soybean association for $2,200. A variety of events Are still scheduled for the final weekend of the Missouri state fair including one Pepsi grandstand concert the fray with opener Andy Grammer on saturday. The Lucas Oil ass sprint car National tour series will dose out the fair starting at 6 . Sunday in the Pepsi grandstand. Grand Champion Reserve grand Champion pen of rabbits announced Sydney Hartless daughter of Bob and Belinda Hartless is the exhibitor of the 2015 grand Champion pen of rabbits at the Missouri state fair. Hartless is from Carthage and a member of the Forest Mill friends 4-h club. Her prize winning new zealand rabbits weighed an average of 4.81 pounds. The Reserve grand Champion pen of rabbits Honor went to to Eversole of Rocheport. He is the son of Dave and Stacia Eversole and is a member of the Woodlandville 4-h club. His new zealand rabbits weighed an average of 4.81 pounds. On saturday both Hartless and Eversole will sell their rabbits in two of 12 lots offered in the Missouri state fair Sale of champions. Proceeds from the annual Sale Benefit both the winning exhibitors and the Missouri state fair foundation youth in agriculture Yia scholarship program. Many livestock exhibitors will work toward earning a place in the ring at the time honoured Sale of champions auction. Grand Champion and Reserve grand Champion steers Barrows lambs meat goats pens of chickens and pens of rabbits will be featured in the auction which will be held at 1 30 ., saturday aug. 22, in the Lowell Mohler Assembly Hall. The entire auction will be broadcast live on live and Complete coverage will also be available at ammo. Com and . Through the generous support of Yia sponsors and the Missouri state fair foundation the Missouri state fair is Able to award scholarships each year to Missouri youth pursuing a degree in an agriculture related Field. Last year thirty $1,500 scholarships one supreme $2,500 scholarship and one $5,000 Platinum scholarship were awarded to youth across Missouri. Since 1992, 506 Missouri youth have received More than $450,000 in scholarships. The 2015 Missouri state fair themed a show offs Welcome Quot is underway through sunday in Sedalia. For More information about competitions and other events visit . Com follow the fair on Facebook and twitter or Call 1-800-422-fair 3247. Charmaine Moron a associated press Toronto a two Canadian Law firms have filed a $578 million class action lawsuit against the companies that run Ashley Madison after a Hacker groups data breach exposed some 39 million memberships in the adultery website earlier this week. Chamey lawyers and Sutts Strosberg lip both of Ontario said Friday that they filed the lawsuit on behalf of canadians who subscribed to Ashley Madison and whose personal information was disclosed to the Public. The website with its slogan a life is Short. Have an affair Quot is marketed to facilitate extramarital relationships. The lawsuit hied thursday in the Ontario Superior court of Justice targets avid dating life inc. And avid life Media inc., the Toronto based companies that run . Its class action status a still needs to be certified by the court Quot the statement says. Ashley Madison did not immediately respond to requests for comment. It has said that the personal details exposed in the initial data leak can to be used to prove the infidelity of their clients. The plaintiff is Eliot Shore an Ottawa widower. Shore said he joined the website for a Short time in search of companionship after he lost his wife to breast cancer. He said he never cheated and never met up with any members of the site. Lawyer ted Chamey told the associated press it is the first class action suit filed against the companies in Canada. In the ., Missouri lawyers have filed a class action lawsuit in District court seeking More than $5 million in damages. Lawyers filed a statement of claim late last month on behalf of an unnamed female plaintiff who said she ponied up $19 so Ashley Madison would purge her personal information from its website in a process called a weather seven Day forecast today sunday monday i tuesday i wednesday i thursday Sun and Moon Friday Sqq Sqq Clouds and Sun with a to storm a morning Shower or to storm it pm in my sunny and pleasant Sunrise today Sunset tonight Moonrise today Moonset today first fur sunny and Beautiful sunny and pleasant partly sunny and pleasant Cloudy with a to storm possible almanac Sedalia memorial Airport thursday temperatures High 83 Low 56 Normal High 87 Normal Low 64 record High 103 in 1962 record Low 46 in 1950 precipitation thursday 0.00 month to Date 2,36 Normal it a year to Date 2.46 28,21&Quot Normal it a 29.43 Cooling degree Days Index of Energy consumption indicating How Many degrees the average temperature was above 65 degrees for the Day. Thursday month to Date 5 246 year to data 1159 Normal year to Date 923 last year to Date 1020 River Levels in feet As of 7 . Friday Blackwater Stag chg of stg Hue lick 7.46 0.05 24 Valley City 3.91 -0.24 Lambie 22 Otterville 3.51 -3.53 ii Mosouri boons the 11.49 1.03 21 forecasts and graphics provided by acc weather inc 02015 is hmm pm Manson mph 86. Low 69. Mostly Cloudy and More humid today with a Shower and thunderstorm around. A couple of showers and a thunderstorm tonight. Kansas City High 85. Low 62. Partly sunny Breezy and More humid today with a Shower or Thunder storm. A couple of Strong thunderstorms around tonight. By. Louis new York City High 86. Low 70. Nice today with times of Clouds and Sun. Moody Cloudy tonight. Rather Cloudy tomorrow with a passing Shower. $ towed by Tow Douai Tate. Low Douai Folio Wod by Sunshine tomorrow. 6 33 . 7 58 pm. 1 53 . 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