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Missouri National Guard mobilized to support COVID-19 response

Governor Michael Parson mobilized the Missouri National Guard Friday in support of the COVID- 19 unified response across Missouri

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Loaves and Fishes program makes temporary changes
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Loaves and Fishes program makes temporary changes

The Harvest Outreach Loaves and Fishes program has been feeding the needy in Hannibal for years, and meals are needed now more than ever

United Way gets $50,000 investment for COVID-19 response
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United Way gets $50,000 investment for COVID-19 response

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area has received a $50,000 investment from the Missouri Foundation for Health for the organization's COVID-19 Response Fund

Humane Society tackles pet food deliveries
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Humane Society tackles pet food deliveries

The Northeast Missouri Humane Society is working alongside several area agencies to make sure people with pets receive the food and other supplies they need, especially when it is unsafe or not possible for them to leave the house

Helping feed children
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Helping feed children

In keeping with the theme of Kiwanis International, “Young Children Priority One,” the Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis Club recently presented a check to the Hannibal Alliance for Youth Success to help support the Buddy Pack Program, which provides students with needed nutrition over the weekend in the Hannibal school system

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Hannibal Evening Kiwanis Club postpones April meetings

Due to health concerns related to COVID-19, Hannibal Evening Kiwanis Club will postpone its April meetings

New images of Mark Twain emerging
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New images of Mark Twain emerging

Columbia artist JD King was commissioned to create original pen, ink and oil on canvas painting

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YMCA of Hannibal offering emergency child care program

The YMCA of Hannibal is providing emergency child care for medical professionals, first responders and other essential workers of the community at a time where schools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic

Anderson joins NECAC as service coordinator
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Anderson joins NECAC as service coordinator

Miranda Anderson of Center has been hired as the Ralls County service coordinator for North East Community Action Corporation