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MVCAA recently thanked area agencies and volunteers that help it deliver services in Ray County, and presented them with plaques (right). Pictured, front row from left to right: Angela Windham, staff member who works in Missouri Works Assistance Program; Kelly Rardon, Headstart teacher for one of MVCAA’s two classes; Stacey Cox, Ray County Health Department; Wanda Downs, Richmond First Baptist Church and Family & Community Education (FCE); Tonya McBee and June Sharp, FCE; Martha Buckman, Good Samaritans, Excelsior Springs; Back: Michelle Zwiers, MVCAA Community Outreach Specialist; Janine Clampett, Direct Transit,  transportation provider for MWA and Headstart; Regina Stickley and Donna Tarr, FCE, packed Back to School backpacks, wrote a grant; Rachel Gordon, University of Missouri Extension, works with Headstart children on nutrition. (Photos by David Knopf/Richmond News)

MVCAA recently thanked area agencies and volunteers that help it deliver services in Ray County, and presented them with plaques (right). Pictured, front row from left to right: Angela Windham, staff member who works in Missouri Works Assistance Program; Kelly Rardon, Headstart teacher for one of MVCAA’s two classes; Stacey Cox, Ray County Health Department; Wanda Downs, Richmond First Baptist Church and Family & Community Education (FCE); Tonya McBee and June Sharp, FCE; Martha Buckman, Good Samaritans, Excelsior Springs; Back: Michelle Zwiers, MVCAA Community Outreach Specialist; Janine Clampett, Direct Transit, transportation provider for MWA and Headstart; Regina Stickley and Donna Tarr, FCE, packed Back to School backpacks, wrote a grant; Rachel Gordon, University of Missouri Extension, works with Headstart children on nutrition. (Photos by David Knopf/Richmond News)

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