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So, What's A CASH MOB....

Just in case you still haven't heard about this recent phenomena that's called "Cash Mob" ...here's the scoop. It's been a long time since something this simple and yet so powerful has been able to explode in neighborhoods all across the land. It is reviving the community spirit of yester-year and bringing people together in a way that only our grandparents can remember. READ MORE....

 

 

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  1. Missouri is known as the "Show Me State".
  2. The 'Show Me State' expression may have began in 1899 when Congressman Willard Duncan Vandiver stated, "I'm from Missouri and you've got to show me."
  3. The first successful parachute jump to be made from a moving airplane was made by Captain Berry at St. Louis, in 1912.
  4. The most destructive tornado on record occurred in Annapolis. In 3 hours, it tore through the town on March 18, 1925 leaving a 980-foot wide trail of demolished buildings, uprooted trees, and overturned cars. It left 823 people dead and almost 3,000 injured.
  5. At the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, Richard Blechyden, served tea with ice and invented iced tea.
  6. Also, at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, the ice cream cone was invented. An ice cream vendor ran out of cups and asked a waffle vendor to help by rolling up waffles to hold ice cream.
  7. Missouri ties with Tennessee as the most neighborly state in the union, bordered by 8 states.
  8. The state animal is the Mule.
  9. St. Louis; is also called, "The Gateway to the West" and "Home of the Blues".
  10. Warsaw holds the state record for the low temperature of -40 degrees on February 13, 1905.
  11. Warsaw holds the state record for the high temperature recorded, 118 degrees on July 14, 1954.
  12. State bird--native Bluebird March 30, 1927
  13. State insect--honey bee July 3, 1985
  14. Mozarkite was adopted as the official state rock on July 21, 1967, by the 74th General Assembly.
  15. On July 21, 1967, the mineral galena was adopted as the official mineral of Missouri.
  16. The crinoid became the state's official fossil on June 16, 1989, after a group of Lee's Summit school students worked through the legislative process to promote it as a state symbol.
  17. On June 20, 1955, the flowering dogwood (Cornus Florida L.) became Missouri's official tree.
  18. The "Missouri Waltz" became the state song under an act adopted by the General Assembly on June 30, 1949
  19. The present Capitol completed in 1917 and occupied the following year is the third Capitol in Jefferson City and the sixth in Missouri history. The first seat of state government was housed in the Mansion House, Third and Vine Streets, St. Louis; the second was in the Missouri Hotel, Maine and Morgan Streets, also in St. Louis. St. Charles was designated as temporary capital of the state in 1821 and remained the seat of government until 1826 when Jefferson City became the permanent capital city.
  20. The first Capitol in Jefferson City burned in 1837 and a second structure completed in 1840 burned when the dome was struck by lightning on February 5, 1911.
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