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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
The life and times of Jennifer Bressner, a fun loving crazy cat lady, artist, hobby farmer, military wife, animal lover, and mom of three wild daughters.
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By Jennifer Bressner
Jennifer grew up in rural Montana with a love of animals and a dream of becoming the proud owner of a private petting zoo. She joined the Army at the age of 19 where she served proudly until the birth of her first child. Now she has three wonderful ...
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Jennifer grew up in rural Montana with a love of animals and a dream of becoming the proud owner of a private petting zoo. She joined the Army at the age of 19 where she served proudly until the birth of her first child. Now she has three wonderful little girls. As an Army soldier and an Army wife, she has lived in California, Texas, Korea, Hawaii, Missouri, and Alaska. She has a flare for anything outrageous or goofy, like dressing up pet cows and taking house chickens to play dates. She stays actively involved in animal rescue organizations and loves fostering homeless critters. Jennifer enjoys gardening, painting, and writing about all of the silly things that happen in her life.
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Kyle Monroe talks about trees in Riverview Park.
Kyle Monroe talks about trees in Riverview Park.
March 26, 2013 1:16 p.m.

About 20 people participated in the Nature Walk Saturday, March 23, at the River Road Trail in Riverview Park.
Kyle Monroe, resource forester with the Missouri Department of Conservation, explained how the trees could be identified, what the leaves look like in fall and what wildlife they support.
The 103-year-old park with 465 acres of forested land is on the National Register for Historic Places.
 

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