National Squares Online e-Magazine, Vol. 10, Issue 7, February, 2019

4 credit and holds a Vocational Certification in Business Administration. She is a member of the Pi Omega Pi, and has earned the Teacher of the Year for the King City School District and the Missouri Business Education Association Outstanding Business Instructor for the Northwest District. She was also a Technology Workshop Instructor for the Northwest Regional Professional Development Center for the Northwest Missouri State University. Cindy’s interest in working with youth also includes being a Cub and Boys Scout Leader. She has also been a Program Director for Cub Scout Day and Residence Camps and has received the District Award of Merit. She has completed the Boys Scout Wood Badge Course, the highest level of adult Scout leader training. Their youngest son is an Eagle Scout. Her other interest included sewing square dance outfits, quilting, and fishing. Carl has always been a farmer at heart and was very active in FFA in high school winning several awards and achieving the State Farmer Degree. He currently serves on the Waynesville Career Center Vocational Agriculture Advisory Committee, and assists the FFA with officer interviews from time to time. Carl has an Associate’s Degree in Farm Operations from Northwest Missouri State University. He received the DeKalb award for being the top Freshman Agriculture Student. Carl also has a degree in Community Bank Management from the BAI Graduate School of Banking. He currently works at Security Bank in Waynesville, Missouri, and still does some farming. He has received the Outstanding Farmer from Gentry County and has won several awards from show hogs. He was a Board Member of the Missouri Pork Producers Association. Carl has also been a member of the Lions Club of King City, Missouri, and was a Board Member and Treasurer of the Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County for a six year term. Carl was a founding member of the Pulaski County Regional Fair, working for two years to put on the first County Fair. He currently sits on the Pulaski County Fair Board as treasurer. This year will be the 16 th year of the Fair and expected attendance of 12,000 people. He is also a charter member of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County. Carl’s hobbies include gardening (especially providing watermelons for the town of King City), cutting fire wood, working on a project on the farm, square dancing, and promoting square dancing. Carl and Cindy are avid square dancers, dancing thru level A2. They continually promote and advocate square dancing, and are always ready to assist with lessons, or any square dance activity on a local, state or national level.