Happy Anniversary to Advantage Home Care! The Chamber was there on Friday afternoon (5/10) to help them celebrate.    702 East Ohio Street    Unit #1    Clinton, MO 64735    Phone: (660) 924-0099



Our Mission: To increase the quality of life for every customer and employee – one person, one delivery, one household and one community at a time.    660-885-8123    1323 E. Ohio St, Clinton, MO

www.nationaltvrental.com    https://www.facebook.com/ntvClinton


Clinton School’s high school graduation was this past weekend and Clinton Christian Academy has their high school graduation this weekend. So…we would like to take one more opportunity to thank our sponsors of Academic Excellence for 2024. Thanks sponsors!!


Adkins Printing, Allen Huff-Public Administrator, American Family Insurance, Aviation Fabricators, Bernard Tax and Bookkeeping, C Squared Screen Printing & Embroidery, Central Methodist University, Clinton Abstract & Title Co., Clinton Methodist Church, Clinton, MO Police Officers Assoc., Clinton Sunrise Optimist Club, Compass Health Network, Craig and Jessie Thompson, Dave and Kathy Garnett, Debbie A. Atwood, Dr. David and Christy Maggi, Dr. Gus S. Wetzel Family Foundation, Evans Pipe and Steel, Everhart’s Outdoor Store, Fortress Insurance Services, Four Seasons In Home Services, Full Line Lumber Center, Golden Valley Fireworks, Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare, Hardee’s of Clinton, Hawthorn Bank, Henry Co. Library, Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Jim and Becky Raysik, Jim and Sandi Cox-Cox Rentals, Kenney Farms, Kyle and Kelly Adkins, Logan’s Heating and Cooling, Mid-Western Advertising-Ivan Oestreich, Mike and Roberta Edgett, Mike Keith Insurance, Mills & Sons Insurance, Osage Valley Electric Cooperative, Pizza Glen, PLZ Corporation, Poague, Wall, Cox & Adams, LLC, Price Cutter of Clinton, Richard Hendrich, Schreiber Foods-DDN, Share and Care for Special People, State Representative Jim Kalberloh, Taylor, Nold, Kenney and Mitchell, LLC, The Dalton House, Thom Knott Agency, Wallace Farms.


Cook & Co. CPAs + Wealth Mgmt., Cummings Men’s Wear, Descombes Agri-Business, Groff Dental Studio, Heritage Tractor, James and Vicky Naber, OakStar Bank.


Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission  · The May Kaysinger Newsletter is out now. Check it out!



Exciting News from the Henry County Museum!  We’re thrilled to unveil our new weekly schedule, packed with engaging content for history enthusiasts like you! Here’s what you can expect:

-Tuesdays: Get ready for exclusive sneak peeks and insider info! We’ll be sharing advertisements for upcoming events, exhibitions, and special promotions, so you’re always in the know about what’s happening.

-Thursdays: Prepare to embark on a journey through time with our brand-new column, “Echoes of History.” Inspired by Kay Miles’ Daily Democrat Column “Bits and Pieces,” where she shared fascinating snippets from days or weeks, we’ll delve into the rich tapestry of our museum’s past. Discover intriguing tidbits, captivating stories, and fascinating photos from our county’s history, all stemming from Kay Miles’ legacy.

-Saturdays: Dive deeper into history with our “Historical Spotlight” series! Every Saturday, we’ll shine a light on significant historical events, providing in-depth context and showcasing captivating photos that bring our county’s history to life.


Be sure to like https://www.facebook.com/oldeglorydays and you’ll know exactly what’s going on when we get to the first of July this year.


Jobs Mo Gov·Are you interested in expanding your knowledge and skills? To learn more about online learning and training courses that are available at no cost, visit https://bit.ly/3U3YgGl


Greater Clinton Area Chamber of CommerceBe sure to check out our community calendar at https://clintonmo.com/clinton-chamber-of-commerce/calendar/


Cruise to Clinton Cruise Night is a cruise-in held on the Clinton, MO Square, from 4pm till 7pm on the 2nd Saturday of the month from May thru October.  Plenty of shade and parking available, with food vendors on site and a DJ playing music and giveaways. After several cruise nights there will be an actual short cruise.  All rides welcome…50/50 raffle…For all the details, check out Clinton Cruise Night on Facebook or email mattwray1968@gmail.com.


The Twilight Garden Club & Designing Gardeners plant sale is at the Clinton Christian Church Pavilion, 1201 East Ohio St. on Saturday, May 18!  8am until Noon. Plants, raffle, yard and garden treasures.


Clinton’s Shop Small Crawl.  Sat., May 18th 10 till 4   A group of boutiques, home decor and specialty shops have joined teams to host Clinton’s first ever boutique crawl!   How it works:  Pick up your passport/map at the first participating business you visit. Get your passport stamped at ALL participating shops. Turn your card in to the last shop you visit and be entered to win CASH prizes! No purchases necessary to be stamped.  1st prize: $500    2nd prize: $300    3rd prize: $200    Winners will be drawn LIVE around 4:30pm on Facebook and in person.


Guardians of the Children Annual Dice Run 2024 Fundraiser.  Rain or Shine.  Bring your bikes, trucks or cars.  May 18th at the Eagles Lodge, 723 North 3rd Street in Clinton.  Open to the public.  Dice Run pot will be 50/50. Highest total wins.  Registration at 10:30am, kickstands up at 11am.  There’s also a bike show, 50/50 raffle, live auction at 4pm and more.  Help Stop Child Abuse!  For all the info, call Donna at 314-229-4248.


Hats Off For Hot Meals, Kickin’ Chicken Dinner and Hat Auction.  May 19th.  Lunch from 11 till 1, hat auction at 1:00.  A great meal and a chance to bid on a large collection of vintage and modern hats for both men and women.  Meal price at the door is $15 for adults, $10 for kids under 12.  This event is open to the public and will benefit the programs at Care Connection/Clinton Senior Center. 


Calling all those concerned about child care options or the future of your child care business? Join a research focus group to explore new options.


Family providers are the bulk of our childcare workforce. Yet they operate as individual small businesses. One or two people shoulder the heavy management, finance, and regulatory load.

W H A T I F?

Could cooperative approaches help? Opportunities include:

· Shared Services like Paperwork processing or Group purchasing

· New Revenue like Employer contracts or Public funding streams

· Mutual Support like Capacity building or Programming

Meet with us at an upcoming event. Attend a session online.

We would love to hear from family care providers to understand how these cooperative approaches might or might not work for your business.

We welcome your thoughts about:

· Organizing a childcare cooperative

· Converting a retiring operation

· Adding cooperative elements

‍Choose your preferred time for a virtual focus group

· Monday, May 20 at 7:00pm-8:00pm

· Saturday, June 15 at 9:00am-10:00pm

Use this Google Form to Sign-up at https://bit.ly/Childcare-Focus-Group

We will email you zoom link.

‍Contact for more information; Patty Cantrell New Growth pcantrell@newgrowthmo.org  or Sarah Kennedy

University of Missouri Extension skennedy@missouri.edu


AMERICAN PICKERS to Film in Missouri-The American Pickers are excited to return to Missouri! They plan to film episodes of The History Channel hit television series throughout your area in June 2024.  AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking” on The History Channel. The hit show follows skilled pickers in the business, as they hunt for America’s most valuable antiques.  The American Pickers TV Show is looking for leads and would love to explore your hidden treasure. If you or someone you know has a unique item, story to tell, and is ready to sell…we would love to hear from you! Please note, the Pickers DO NOT pick stores, flea markets, malls, auction businesses, museums, or anything open to the public. If interested, please send us your name, phone number, location, and description of the collection with photos to:  americanpickers@cineflix.com or call (646) 493-2184 Facebook: @GotAPick


Rustic Bridges–Attention crafters and artisans!!    Booking vendors for our 4th Annual On the Farm, Saturday June 8th. We’re looking for vendors from all around who specialize in handcrafted items, repurposed goods, boutique clothing and accessories, antiques and vintage item vendors, metal workers, ceramics/potters, wine, beer/spirit crafters and many other specialty items. Limited spaces for direct sales. This is a family friendly event where people come together to shop your amazing products in an open air style market. If you or anyone you know is interested in being a vendor please reach out to Matt & Halley Bridges via messenger or email rusticbridges@gmail.com.


Workshop Credit as an Asset.  Access and understand credit reports…Learn how to build or rebuild your credit…Talk to a Certified Credit Specialist.  Tuesday, June 18th, 11:30-1 at SFCC, 1701 North 2nd Street in Clinton.  417-282-5936 ww.newgrowthmo.com.


The Pediatric Place · the day has finally come. The Pediatric Place is delighted to extend a heartfelt invitation to join us in commemorating the grand opening of our Autism & Neurodevelopment Center.  We invite all to join us on June 21st from 10 am to 1 pm, where we will showcase the state-of-the-art center, the range of exceptional services we offer, and introduce you to our dedicated and compassionate staff.  We hope to see you there!


Survival House’s 4th Annual Ride to Survive will be June 22nd.  Starting location will be the American Legion in Warrensburg, 733 East Young Ave.  Registration at 9am, last bike out at 10:30am.  Awards at 3pm at Fitters. 


Help Clinton FBLA go to the National Leadership Conf. in Orlando, FL June 28-July 3.  Six students from CHS will compete and be able to connect with FBLA members across the world, attend workshops, and compete against others.  They are expecting the trip to be around $13,000.  If you can donate, email sharp@clintoncardinals.org or kdehaan@clintoncardinals.org.  Clinton FBLA, 1106 South 2nd Street Clinton, MO 64735



Entry Fee $280.00 PER TEAM includes games SHOTGUN START—8:30 AM

CASH PRIZES PAY BACK 4 places for 2 flights over $1800.00 in cash paid out.  *based on 18 teams, subject to change.



Closest to the Pin Contest

Longest Putt

Most Accurate Drive

Poker Draw



Soul Survivor Camp is a youth day camp in the Artesian Park for kids ages 8 to 14. July 29 through August 2, 8am to 5pm. Kids will have a fun week in the park with fun and games, crafts, swimming, Bible studies, sports and much more. This is a free event and lunch is included. Sponsored by area churches. For more information contact Debbie Glasscock at 660-885-2909

Link to register: https://firstbaptist.churchcenter.com/regi…/events/2291388