Missouri Day Festival contest winners announced

Missouri Day Festival

Contest winners were recognized last night during the opening ceremonies of the Missouri Day Festival in Trenton.

For window decorating, first place and a $50.00 cash prize sponsored by the Farmer’s Bank of Northern Missouri goes to members of the Oak Leaf Achievers 4-H club which set up their display here at KTTN Radio. Second place went to an entry by Farmer’s Bank of Northern Missouri at Trenton. And third place goes to Preceptor Nu sorority for display at Citizens Bank and Trust of Trenton.

Yard decorating was another contest for the Missouri Day Festival.

Among business entries, first place winners received 50 dollars each sponsored by Citizens Bank and Trust. First place went to Eastview Manor. Second was Sunnyview Nursing Home.

Among residential entries, first place was won by Lannie Harkins at 300 West Crowder Road. Second place went to Jim and Bonita Price at 808 West 11th in Trenton.

There were several youth preschool through 4th grade received awards in “Spirit of America” coloring page contests sponsored by Orsheln’s Farm and Home. Sunnyview Nursing.

Home sponsored coloring page contest for residents of Eastview Manor and Sunnyview.

Scarecrows were entered yesterday, judged in the early evening, and winners announced last night. Among individuals, first went to Barb Hawkins, second to Sierra and Hanna Bruse, and third to Elizabeth Eller. Among business / organizations, first to residents of Sunnyview, second to Citizens Bank and Trust, and third place to the Girl Scout Brownie troop 1125.

Opening ceremonies for the Missouri Day Festival were held last evening in Trenton.  We present the unedited audio of the ceremony held Thursday evening at the First Baptist Church.




Randall Mann


Randall has been with KTTN/KGOZ for almost 20 years. He is the current Engineer for all of the stations, as well as working "on-air" from 6 to 10, am in the morning. Randall does a bit of everything including producing advertisements as well as writing the occasional news article. Randall is also the current Webmaster for the studio as well as the local graphic artist.

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