We are grateful to receive two memorial park benches erected on the grounds of the hatchery this week with the help of donors and Friends Group.


We are grateful to receive two memorial park benches erected on the grounds of the hatchery this week with the help of donors and Friends Group. One in honor of Bill Collie funded by Barbara and Zella May Collie and one in honor of Max and Kay Hughes funded by Charlie Hughes. The Friends Group purchased the concrete and Russell Hively and Don Jessen assisted the staff in setting the benches. These will be a wonderful addition to our grounds and have already received positive feedback from our daily walkers.

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The “First Friday Coffee” hosted here last Friday morning was a grand success with approximately 70 chamber members and dignitaries. Delectable breakfast treats were provided by Friends Group members Phyllis Chancellor and Denise Jessen.

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The state of Missouri picked up 8,000 of our 9.75 inch rainbow trout Tuesday to be released in Lake Taneycomo.

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Our “visitors of the week” were Albert Nicaise and granddaughter Jaimee of Neosho. They posed in their 1965 Falcon Sedan Delivery Classic posed in front of the Visitor’s Center for a photo to be sent to the National Car Club of America.
Janice Eaton is the automation clerk at the Neosho National Fish Hatchery. One in honor of Bill Collie funded by Barbara and Zella May Collie and one in honor of Max and Kay Hughes funded by Charlie Hughes. The Friends Group purchased the concrete and Russell Hively and Don Jessen assisted the staff in setting the benches. These will be a wonderful addition to our grounds and have already received positive feedback from our daily walkers.

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The “First Friday Coffee” hosted here last Friday morning was a grand success with approximately 70 chamber members and dignitaries. Delectable breakfast treats were provided by Friends Group members Phyllis Chancellor and Denise Jessen.

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The state of Missouri picked up 8,000 of our 9.75 inch rainbow trout Tuesday to be released in Lake Taneycomo.

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Our “visitors of the week” were Albert Nicaise and granddaughter Jaimee of Neosho. They posed in their 1965 Falcon Sedan Delivery Classic posed in front of the Visitor’s Center for a photo to be sent to the National Car Club of America.
Janice Eaton is the automation clerk at the Neosho National Fish Hatchery.