Hello Clever **Late Edition**

Happy Monday!  I’ve got a short edition for you this week!  If you have news, send by Sunday each week.

~Rachel Simons


School News

Students of the Month

The Clever High School Students of the month are:

Senior Shelby Gilmore

Junior Brittin Dover

Sophomore Briana Hanks

Freshman Laney King

The teaching staff at Clever High School nominates students to be SOTM based on desirable qualities that we would like to see in all of our Bluejays. SOTM are role models to their fellow classmates and are helpful and kind to the staff as well. After students are individually nominated, the nominees are voted on by the entire staff by class. One student from each class will win each month. The senior and junior winners are able to park in designated SOTM parking spots in the front of the parking lot for the month, they are given a free dessert ticket for the cafeteria, and there are more goodies coming soon!  Congrats!!


Please help me in congratulating these students.  Click Results 59 top 10 entries.  22 qualified for state.
I am proud of the work that these students continue to do and how the represent our district.  Thank you all for your continued support.
Mrs. Berning

Clever R-V School District Offers ACT


While budget cuts at the state level have resulted in the ACT no longer being offered to all juniors, the Clever R-V School District believes in the value of this assessment and making it available to all students.

The ACT will be given at Clever High School on Tuesday, April 3rd during the school day. The assessment is being offered at a discounted rate of $37. Any high school student can sign up to take the assessment.

There will be 4 ACT prep sessions available to students, each session will cover a different tested area. All 4 sessions will be beneficial to each student planning to take the test. These sessions will be held during the school day on the following Fridays: February 16th, February 23rd, March 9th, and March 23rdIf a student scores a 22 or higher on the ACT test, the school district will reimburse the student the cost of the ACT ($37).

Please have your student sign up to take the ACT and the ACT prep sessions with Mrs. Waisner by Friday, February 2nd. The fee will be due at a later time and directions will be sent home on how to pay for the test. Please DO NOT send money at this time to pay for the ACT test.

I encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity. Our hope is to offset the financial burden of taking the ACT while offering an incentive for students to score above the state average.

Thank you,

Mr. Casey

General Municipal Election-School Board candidates

There are 2 spots open for 3-year terms on the school board and with 2 candidates, so no election is required.  Read below to find out more about your school board members who will be sworn in at the April School Board meeting.

Justin Peebles

My name is Justin Peebles.  As a 1974 graduate of Clever High School, I am proud to serve on the Clever School Board and have since 1994.  During these years of public service, I have seen the Clever School District experience growth, not only in population, but also in the academic and extracurricular opportunities available for both the students and faculty.  I am self-employed raising Angus cattle, and I am involved in hay production.  My wife, Linda, and I have 3 daughters.  Our 2 oldest daughters graduated from Clever, and our youngest will be graduating in May 2018.  I look forward to continuing to serve you and the Clever community in the years to come.

Chris Garrett

Hello I am Chris Garrett. I have lived in the Clever community for 20 years. My wife and I are proud to call Clever home. We have 3 children. One is a Clever graduate and a current freshman at College of the Ozarks. One is a senior at Clever and our youngest is a 7th grader. They have all been involved with band, sports, theater, FFA and other extra curricular Activities. I have been on the school board for the past 12 years. We have seen many changes in both our school nd community in that time. I have been proud to have been here to take part in that growth that we have experienced. We have many new things that have taken place and many more to come. I look forward to being a part of that.


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Hello Clever 1/29/18 **Late Edition**

Does time ever get away from you?!??!!  It did for me yesterday!  I apologize for the delay; for as many reminders I have on my calendar you wouldn’t think there is a way for me to forget to write the blog, but I did!   There is some good info in the blog, so be sure to take a look!

Congrats to the Lady Jays tonight!  Check out this Tweet:

Huge win over Skyline tonight 60-40! led w/22pts, w/ 14pts, and w/ 11pts!

Blessings to you all,

~Rachel Simons







Danny’s Pizza will be open Super Bowl Sunday, February 4th, from 1:00-6:00 so be sure to swing by and pick up your Super Bowl Pizza and other food!




Ron Preston Live Music at Danny’s 3/17/18

Beginning my 9th season at Danny’s in Clever on Saturday, March 17th from 6-9.  No cover and good food at great prices…

City Hall

Job Opportunity

City of Clever is now accepting applications for Maintenance Personnel.  Full time employment with benefits starting at $10-$12 hr. depending on experience. Duties will include, but are not limited to, minor repairs of City streets, mow, weed eat, trim, City grounds, parks as needed, assist other Public Utilities in emergency situation, help with water department on utilities. Full job description available on-line or at City Hall. Application will be taken until 4:00 pm on February 9, 2018.  Applications can be found on-line http://www.clevermo.com or in person at City Hall. All applications must be dropped off at the Clever City Hall at: 304 S Clarke Ave. Clever, Mo 65631

Swearing of Chief of Police

Police Chief Whisnant was sworn in last Tuesday in front of a packed house!  Stay tuned for an Open House announcement for a meet and greet with the Chief.  After one week on the job, he reported to City Council they are writing policies and procedures, applied for a grant to get new computers in the patrol cars, and are working towards purchasing standardized uniforms for all officers.  The police department employees the Chief of Police and 3 officers with 3 reserve officers also serving.


Clever Planning and Zoning

The City Council read the ordinance of re-appointing Planning and Zoning Members and appointing new members.  Re-appointments included Ed Westerman, Brandon Keith, Michael Ward, David Wolf, and Chris McPhail.  New appointees Larry Miller and DW Coots introduced themselves to council.  Larry Miller is a former business owner and has worked construction and DW Coots is a local real estate agent.

School News

Clever Blue Jay Athletics and Homecoming week

See schedule on the link below:


Next Friday, February 2nd will be our basketball homecoming. The events for that night are below.

5pm- Freshmen Game

6pm- JV Game

Between the JV and Varsity Game- Homecoming Court Queen and King.

7:30pm- Varsity game

Varsity Halftime- Recognize All-State Athletes; Performance by HS and JH Cheerleaders.

Clever Designer Genes

The Clever Designer Genes team came home with 1st place in the skills competition at the Special Olympics in Neosho this weekend.   WOW!  Congratulations!!

The team is looking for donations of money or supplies for their athletic endeavors.  They are in need of basketballs, tennis balls, softballs and various other supplies as well as help paying fees that must be paid. Checks can be made to Designer Genes as a donation if that is easier for you. 

Email hellocleverblog@gmail.com for contact information.


Cox Care Mobile

The Cox Care Mobile is scheduled to be at Clever Schools on Wednesday, February 28th. The Care Mobile is a medical office on wheels that provides FREE services to children ages birth to 18 years. This service is provided whether you have insurance or not. You may call the school nurse at 221-7842 to inquire about the services provided, to schedule an appointment, and to receive the necessary paperwork.



Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are pleased to announce the Tooth Truck has the opportunity to treat eligible children at our site in the coming weeks. The Tooth Truck provides comprehensive treatment, from cleanings and x-rays, to repairing cavities at no charge for qualifying families.  Requirements for being seen and treated on the Tooth Truck are:

-Qualify for the free and reduced lunch program at school

-Cannot be an established patient of a local dentist

-Cannot have private dental insurance

-Must complete a Tooth Truck application form

The Tooth Truck treats Medicaid-eligible and uninsured children from ages 3-18 years.  Children seen last year are not eligible for a routine check up but should apply if there is a new dental concern.  You may call your school nurse and request an application form at 221-7842.  Please complete an application form and return to the school nurse as soon as possible.  

The Tooth Truck staff will be scheduling students very soon.

Thank You,

Your School Nurse






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Hello Clever 1/22/18

Happy Monday!

I’m praying for a wonderful week for each of you.  I hope you have avoided sickness and maybe enjoyed playing in the snow a bit last week!  I enjoyed time with my family going to the movies and family game nights.

~Rachel Simons

The Flu:  A Guide for Parents:

I saw this on the Missouri DESE FaceBook page and thought it relevant to share!  The flu continues to wreak havoc on schools throughout the state of Missouri … parents, check out this guide from the CDC about how to protect you and your family, as well as what to do if your child gets the flu.

School News

Athletics Schedule for the Week

Project Graduation Fundraiser

Next weekend, January 26-28, get out for dinner and support 2018 Project Graduation!


Clever Business Leaders and Community Leaders,
You are invited to free lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd!  It is a come and go event designed to fit your schedule. Food will be catered by Jason’s Holy Smoke BBQ. At the meal you will be able to pick up information about the Clever Community Betterment Association and our plans for 2018. You’ll also have the opportunity to give us input on how we can serve our community and businesses together in 2018. Hope to see you there! 11am-1pm – Community Room @ Clever Fire Station.
Your 2018 CCBA Membership includes promotion in the annual directory, as well as booth space at the Clever Freedom Celebration; June 30th, 2018Please add the email “dan.updegrave@clevercba.com” to your contacts as future CCBA emails will come from that address.  Thank You!

City Hall

City Council will meet this Tuesday, January 23rd, at City Hall at 7pm.  The new Chief of Police will be sworn in. See details from the Christian County Headliner below:
Darren Whisnant has more than 30 years in law enforcement — something Clever Mayor Jaredd King said is a boon to the small town in western Christian County. 

“He has a passion for using that experience and passing it on to our department, not only now but for years going forward,” King said. “He knew that we’ve kind of got a couple of officers who are newer to law enforcement with less than five years experience. During the interview process, we got the impression that he’s really excited on passing on the knowledge and work experience to our department to help us grow and make us better.”

Clever Board of Aldermen chose Whisnant, who most recently worked for the Nixa Police Department, as chief of the Clever Police Department out of the 18 applicants. Whisnant’s first day at the helm was Jan. 15.  “I am looking forward to working with the community to provide some very professional, top-notch law enforcement to the community and assisting those officers that are already in place and improving their skills,” Whisnant said. “It’s a bittersweet position for me. I will definitely miss serving the citizens and working for the citizens of Nixa. The community is great and the police department is top notch and Chief (Jimmy) Liles is doing wonderful things with that police department and the community.”

Whisnant said he hopes his history with Nixa will help him in partnering with area agencies, one of his goals leading his own department. His first goal, however, is partnering with the community. “By leading by example and being out in the public, not just driving around in a patrol car or sitting in a business or at the station, but getting out and working hand in hand with the community, listening to the community and what their concerns are and issues are and helping to address their issues,” Whisnant said when asked how he plans to partner with the community.  Aside from the chief, Clever currently has three full-time officers and four reserve officers. Whisnant said he has an open-door policy and is looking forward to digging into the data and meeting the community. “I have a very open-door policy,” Whisnant said. “I can’t fix any issues, problems or concerns that I’m not aware of.” Whisnant said he is looking forward to meeting the community and encourages residents to call the police department, stop by the office or, if they see him in the community, say “hi.” Whisnant retired from the Springfield Police Department as sergeant before working in Nixa. He has many awards, commendations and recommendations under his belt. He will officially be sworn into office at the Jan. 23 Clever Board of Aldermen meeting.  “We’re really looking forward to it. I think it’s going to be a good, fresh start for the department,” King said. 

Clever has been without a police chief since the board placed former Police Chief Randall Bruce on paid administrative leave in response to felony charges filed Aug. 21 against him in Lawrence County for receiving stolen property in connection to his brother Joshua Bruce’s alleged crimes.  Joshua Bruce, the former chief of the Miller Police Department, was charged with multiple counts of stealing.

King has been acting police supervisor since Aug. 28. “From a council standpoint and mayor, we were elated to have that many applicants, even in light of the situation that we needed a police chief — that still speaks volumes for Clever as a whole,” King said about the 18 people who applied for the chief position. “The Clever community is still a good place to come and work, and I feel that’s why we had so many applicants.”

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No School Tuesday January 16th

Due to inclement weather conditions and road conditions Clever R-V Schools will NOT be in session January 16th …stay warm and be careful!

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Hello Clever 1/15/18

Greetings!  If you have school agers, hopefully you remember there is NO SCHOOL MONDAY!  🙂  Continue to watch the weather and temperatures, as Tuesday looks to have dangerously low temperatures.

Be sure to send me your news by Sunday each week.


~Rachel Simons

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Clever Friends and Neighbors

Occasionally, I like to put together a Clever Friends and Neighbors; Who to Know.  This week it’s Mike and Bonnie King.  Mike has been a life-long resident of Clever and many in our community know them and love them.  I hope you enjoy getting to know them better.  If you have someone you would like me to highlight, please email me hellocleverblog@gmail.com.

School News

January 15– No School
January 18– Cox Care Mobile

Athletics:  Looks like one home game this week; come out if you can!

Congratulations to our Freshman team for winning the Morrisville JV Tournament with a 37-30 win over Fair Play! Congrats to Coach Garman and the boys for a great effort!


Christian County Library Foundation

Join us on Saturday evening, February 10, 2018 at Fremont Hills Country Club for our fourth Trivia Night, benefiting the Christian County Library Foundation.

Players will compete as teams of eight, answering ten rounds of questions. Ticket holders will be treated to a buffet of appetizers and desserts, as well as the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction items. Cash bar will be open for players age 21+.

New this year is our optional team theme competition. Teams that select and represent a theme (costumes, table decorations, etc) will be judged by Foundation directors, and one team will be recognized as the winner.

Doors open at 5:30pm, with trivia beginning at 6:00pm.

Tickets are on sale now at the Christian County Library, only $25 per person or $200 for a team of eight. Pick them up before they are all gone.Event logo attached. Details can be found at:

City Hall

City Council meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month.  However, this month has been postponed until January 23rd.  Meeting starts at 7pm at City Hall.  At that meeting, they will swear in newly appointed Chief of Police Darren Whisnant.

From CC Headliner:

Greitens appoints Clever woman to Commission on Human Rights


Gov. Eric R. Greitens made many interim appointments to boards and commissions recently, including appointing a Clever resident to the Missouri Commission on Human Rights.

Jade Jump is the bookkeeper for Ditchbiz Mapping & Locating Service, Inc. She is active in her community as the coordinator of Mothers of Preschoolers and a leader of the Women’s Ministry at Clever First Baptist Church. Jump earned her bachelor’s degree from Missouri State University.

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City of Clever Announces Chief Of Police

Clever has hired a new Chief of Police! Please welcome Darren Whisnant to his newly appointed position. Swearing in will be held January 23, 2018 at 6:30pm at City Hall.

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Hello Clever 1/8/18

Happy New Year!

I hope you closed out 2017 happy and healthy and are looking forward to a beautiful 2018!  I was kind of on hiatus the last few weeks, just getting through the holiday shopping and family events. I enjoyed it all very much; such a precious time of year!

The weather was crazy today, so please make sure you are careful on the roads!  With all the rain, there will be standing water on the roads.  This week is the first full week back to work for many  of us and for the students.  I pray you have energy to get through the week and make it great!

As always, please send your news by Sunday each week.  I am happy to share your news, highlight your business, or anything else you want to share with our community.  Many of our readers only receive the blog via email, aren’t on social media and rely on this blog each week!

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~Rachel Simons

School News

January 9–School Board meeting 7pm in the high school library

January 15– No School

January 18– Cox Care Mobile

Clever Blue Jay Athletics

You can follow Blue Jay Athletic Events on FaceBook here:  https://www.facebook.com/Cleverathletics/

Little Cheer Clinic Information

Little Cheer practices begin next week after school.  Here is the practice schedule for the week:
Mon 1/8 3:30-5:00
Tues 1/9 3:30-4:30
Wed 1/10 3:30-5:00
Thur 1/11 3:30-5:00
All practices will be in the FEMA shelter, and students can be dismissed to the FEMA at teacher’s dismissal.  Myself and Mrs. Wilhite will be in the FEMA ready with snacks and instructions.  Students will also be picked up in the bus lane this year so we can avoid a traffic jam at Brown and Public.
Students will be picking up their shirts the night of the performance.  I will not be delivering shirts this year.  We have way too many participants this year for this to be even feasible.
Performance night is Friday, Jan 12 at the boys game.  Grades 4-8 will perform half of JV (approx. 6:30pm).  Grades PreK-3 will perform half of V (approx. 8:00pm).

EleMiddle Reminder:

Morning Drop Off/After School Changes!!

Morning drop off: doors open at 7:45 AM.
Any after school changes for students have to be called in by 2:00 Monday-Thursday and by NOON on Fridays. This ensures that we get the message to the students in time before letting them out for the day.Thank you!

Clever Coat Drive


The Cox Care Mobile is scheduled to be at Clever Schools on Thursday, January 18, 2018. The Care Mobile is a medical office on wheels that provides FREE services to children ages birth to 18 years. This service is provided whether you have insurance or not. You may call the school nurse at 221-7842 to inquire about the services provided, to schedule an appointment, and to receive the necessary paperwork.

Thank you!

Christian County Library

I hope you have visited our library recently!  Dale Maisel, our librarian, shared with me that the Saturday story times are canceled for now.  I have noted the hours below and you can find more info at http://www.christiancountylibrary.org.

Christian County Library Foundation

Join us on Saturday evening, February 10, 2018 at Fremont Hills Country Club for our fourth Trivia Night, benefiting the Christian County Library Foundation.

Players will compete as teams of eight, answering ten rounds of questions. Ticket holders will be treated to a buffet of appetizers and desserts, as well as the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction items. Cash bar will be open for players age 21+.

New this year is our optional team theme competition. Teams that select and represent a theme (costumes, table decorations, etc) will be judged by Foundation directors, and one team will be recognized as the winner.

Doors open at 5:30pm, with trivia beginning at 6:00pm.

Tickets are on sale now at the Christian County Library, only $25 per person or $200 for a team of eight. Pick them up before they are all gone.Event logo attached. Details can be found at:

From CC Headliner


Late-starting Hoeft to run for Hannibal-LaGrange

The only reason Brooke Hoeft’s running resume isn’t longer is because she got a late start in the sport.

“I was planning on doing cross-country my seventh- and eighth-grade years, but I never got around to getting all my stuff done so I could join the team,” Hoeft said. “I started track my freshman year and started cross-country my sophomore year.”

The Clever High School junior will keep running beyond high school after signing her letter of intent Dec. 18 to run both track and cross-country for Hannibal-LaGrange University in Hannibal.

 “I really like how small the campus is and I liked all the people that were there,” Hoeft said of the school, which is affiliated with the Missouri Baptist Convention. “I know they have small classes and the environment’s really pretty up there. And I like that they have all the church stuff there, too.”

Hoeft, who plans on studying early childhood development, hadn’t thought much about running college until this year. Luckily, Hannibal-LaGrange had an immediate interest.

“I tossed it back and forth and then (Hannibal-LaGrange) coach Andy Lemons sent me a letter. I checked it out and I liked it up there,” Hoeft said.

Lemons is in his third year coaching the Trojans, who compete in the NAIA’s American Midwest Conference. He has ties to southwest Missouri thanks to time spent coaching at Monett High School. He was an assistant boy’s track and field coach before taking over as head coach in 2009. In 2010, the Cubs won a conference championship.

Hoeft is happy to be able to run both sides of the sport in college, seeing has how she can’t pick a favorite between them. She’s been equally successful in both track and cross-country. As a junior she was part of the Blue Jays’ 4×800-meter relay team that qualified for state and finished 12th. This fall, as a senior, she was the Southwest Central League girls’ cross-country champion and qualified for the state meet, finishing 41st overall — the top finish by a Christian County girl at state.

She said she also runs the 1,600-meter run and the 3,200-meter run in track, and has helped out with the 4×400-meter relay.

“I couldn’t ask for a better athlete to work with over the past three years. Brooke’s been fantastic,” Clever cross-country coach Randy Massey said. “She’s a fantastic student and a fantastic athlete. She’s our second-fastest runner of all time in our cross-country program’s history. I’m just so happy for her. At the same time I’m sad I’m not going to have her in my program next year, because I would love to have her.”

Massey’s loss is Lemon’s gain.

“I know (Hoeft) is going to do really well at Hannibal-LaGrange,” Massey said.

She’ll do well thanks to her passion for the sport, honed in high school, not junior high.

“A lot of people hate (running),” Hoeft said. “Everybody hates it, but it’s something that you love and hate at the same time. You can really see how you’ve improved yourself and you know the only way to really get better is to make yourself do it.”

This was super cool from the CC Headliner, “KESSINGER: Top 10 lists never adequate for a county this incredible”, who highlights Clever student Lindsey Sadler, the baseball team, and Mighty Mason.

Here’s some real talk for you: Picking the “Top 10” stories of any year is incredibly stressful. It’s one of the Top 10 ways I feel inadequate at this job.

The process is something like this: I pull out the sports section from the past year, starting in January, and start making a list of the big stories that catch my eye. This takes quite a while. Then I look at my list and count how many stories I’ve IDed as potential top 10 material and go, “Holy moly, how am I going to distill this list of 40 stories down to 10?”

I wish that was an exaggeration. It’s not. There are a lot of incredible things that happen in 365 days in a county with seven high schools. Maybe it would be worth listing them all, but for some reason society has settled on 10 as the crucial number, so here I am once again trying to cut the non-existent fat from this list.

 It would be a much easier job if I thought it didn’t matter. It does, though. Every year I hear from people who disagree with the 10 that were selected, or feel the paragraph blurb describing the story is inadequate. And there’s no way to really defend the list or prove I’m right. All I can say is in the moment, these were the 10 that felt like the top of the sports year heap. Perhaps on another day — when I’d had more sleep or ate a better lunch — I would’ve come to a different conclusion.

So if you don’t see your team’s big moment in the list above, just know that we both think I’m pretty bad at this.

Once I’ve recovered from my annual “Top 10” panic attack, I usually enter a period of reflection. Going through the stories from the past year always brings back memories and emotions from writing the stories that don’t necessarily qualify as the most news-worthy, but made a huge impact on me.

Take Lindsey Sadler, for instance. I met her in November. She’s a junior at Clever High School and recently had brain surgery to correct a Chiari malformation. She is doing well now — finally feeling normal for the first time in who knows how long — but she can no longer participate in the sport she loves, cheerleading. Her attitude on the whole thing is incredible. She shows up for practices, helping to coach her teammates and support them.

“I just love watching them,” she said. “It (stinks) that I can’t be a part of it, but to just be here and watch them, I love that as much as being in it. … I think I’ve turned it more to a positive thing. I try not to be negative about it. Just recently I’ve thought about coaching because I realized how much I love the sport, even though I can’t do it.”

There are plenty of incredible kids at Clever, as it turns out. The baseball and softball teams host an annual charity night, where they raise money for a special cause. This year it was the Make-A-Wish  Foundation. The baseball Blue Jays participated with heavy hearts this year, after saying goodbye to Mighty Mason Guccione, a 5-year-old boy who had recently died after battling complications from a double outlet right ventricle for essentially his whole life.

The Jays had befriended Mason, attended his Make-A-Wish party at a fire station and dedicated their season to him.

“This was all done by our players. I had very little to do with it,” Clever baseball coach Justin Snyder said. “That tells you what kind of people they are. I would let them know when things were and they’d go with it.”

Clever’s players invited Mason’s parents and siblings to Swing for the Stars Night and honored them before the game. Then they went out and beat Blue Eye 9-3.

“Through baseball we met the toughest 5-year-old I’ve ever seen,” Spencer Flatt, a senior Blue Jay, said at the time. “We’re playing for him and in memory of him. Mighty Mason really was the definition of hero to our baseball team.”

Those were just two of the stories that stuck out, though. I met so many people who have overcome injuries, adversities and hardships to accomplish big goals. I’m older than all of them, but they inspire me. I never really run out of inspiration in this job, and that’s one of the Top 10 reasons I love it so much.

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State Board of Education wants your Feedback

As the State Board of Education searches for the next Missouri Commissioner of Education, they are seeking your input and feedback!

Try this survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DESECommissioner

If that doesn’t work, find the survey link here: https://www.facebook.com/MOEducation/posts/1665941506804281

Share your voice!


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Happy New Year!

Wishing you a healthy, happy 2018!

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Danny’s Pizza in Clever

  • Danny’s pizza will be open Sunday the 31st, New Year’s Eve, from 6 pm to 9 pm and will deliver! Call 743-3278.

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