Pleasant Hill, Missouri            Wednesday,  January 11, 2017                ©2016 Pleasant Hill Times

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Cass County New Officials Sworn-in

Cass County Clerk, Michael Vinck, swears-in new officials. Pictures (L to R) are Steve  Cheslick, Treasurer; Bob Huston, Assessor; Mike Wagner, Judge Circuit Court Division II; Jimmy Odom, Commissioner; Monty Kisner, District I South Commissioner; Jeff Weber, Sheriff. Not pictured is Melody Folsom, Public Administrator.

Cheery Displays Bring Joy

...Congratulations to the winners of the downtown businesses Christmas-window design contest! The Downtown Association of businesses, the Lay Clergy and the City of Pleasant Hill partnered together to bring the Christmas Spirit into the heart of downtown. The joy of the season could be seen in the addition of new Christmas lights and the revitalized large wooden cut-outs displayed throughout the area. The cheery displays of downtown windows also gave local residents a chance to see the businesses in a new light.
...“We wanted a festive environment for the downtown this Christmas season and to give holiday shoppers and Nancy Miller’s carriage riders something fun to view,” said Joy Anderson, owner of The Knot Hole. “I was glad to participate and hope to do more downtown next year.”
...The first place winner was BallyPeddler Vintage and More, located in the historic depot. They earned $75 for their garland and red bow design, which covered a large area.
...The Knot Hole took away $50 and second place for their intricate Christmas Village cutout display. Third place and $25 went to MoKan Liquidators for their vintage train set and nostalgic Santa in a rocking chair design.
...Windows were judged by members of the Town & Country Art League. The judges were delighted to see all the new designs and thought all the windows looked wonderful. The Bally Peddler design caught their eye because of the continued character theme throughout.­




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