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Dwight Williams [Photo]

“My wife and I would like to travel more. We’re putting some things on hold so we can get our debt paid down.” — Dwight Williams, 68

Addison Myers, 77 [Photo]

“I’m hoping to live another year. I hope for good health for my wife and myself. I’ve been healthy, and I’d like to continue to be. I’d like to play one more (acting) role somewhere.” — Addison Myers, 77

Stephany Williams [Photo]

“I’m going to college, getting a new car, changing my appearance. … I’m excluding people out of my life. One more person that doesn’t benefit me.” — Stephany Williams, 18, Columbia

Jordan Anderson [Photo]

“My New Year’s resolution is to be nicer to people, be more kind, not so mean. Like the other day, I told a girl get out of my way because she was standing in front of me, she was tall. I thought that was mean. I don’t want to do stuff like that again.” — Jordan Anderson

Kristin Schaadt of Moberly, 39 [Photo]

“Let’s just cut down on the amount of material stuff we have and be happy with what we have. Not buy used books at bookstores or stuff that sits around on the shelves and you just look at.” — Kristin Schaadt of Moberly, 39

Matt Poppa [Photo]

“This is first year I don’t have a resolution because last year didn’t work. I just decided not to make resolutions because it’s too depressing.” — Matt Poppa, 30

Grant Blackwell [Photo]

“I am kind of a superstitious artist. Whatever piece of art I am working on New Years’ Eve, I have to finish it by the start of the next year, but I never finish. So, my resolution is to finish a piece of art that I am working on today.” — Grant Blackwell, 25

Trevione Gardner, 5 [Photo]

“I want to have PlayStation 3 in 2009. I like the basketball game a lot." — Trevione Gardner, 5

Fencing for fun [Photo]

Noah Medling fences with Glen Connoley at the Activity and Recreation Center on Thursday. The ARC housed the Happy New U fitness event, which included classes and demonstrations of ways to stay physically fit in the new year.

MU guard J.T. Tiller [Photo]

Missouri's guard says his goals for Saturday's game at Georgia are simple. "Pretty much all I want to do is win. I would take that over anything," Tiller said.

Fencing for fitness [Photo]

Noah Medling, right, fences with Glen Connoley at the Activity and Recreation Center on Thursday during the Happy New U event. Connoley drove from St. Louis to help his brother-in-law, Patrick Morgan, who was putting on fencing demonstrations. Morgan is manager and head instructor of Columbia Classical Fencing LLC.

Combat the fat [Photo]

Catina Topasch leaps into the air during a conditioning workout at the Activity and Recreation Center's gym during the Happy New U fitness event Thursday. Topasch was leading a Body Combat workout routine to a group of more than 150 people, including Mayor Darwin Hindman.

Now breathe and relax .... [Photo]

Kenny Greene leads a large group in a tai chi lesson Thursday at the Activity and Recreation Center during "Happy New U."

Christine Jeon [Photo]

“One (resolution) is to get into a good college. Another is to finish ‘Dr. Zhivago,’ ‘The Godfather’ and Stephen King’s collection. And I hopefully want to get a boyfriend before a year finishes.” — Christine Jeon of Singapore, 19

Larry Simonson [Photo]

“I’m calling it ‘100 new things.’ For 2009, I can’t buy more than 100 new items. Necessities don’t count, but it does include gifts.” — Larry Simonson, 28

Paul Xiong [Photo]

“I want my career and table tennis playing to go the next level. I also want to spend more time at the ARC and help more people play table tennis.” — Paul Xiong, 43

David Tye [Photo]

“I want to get a place to live with a roof over my head.” — David Tye, 43

Jessie Linneman, 24 [Photo]

“I have a baby due in July, so I would like to spend more time learning how to cook.” —  Jessie Linneman, 24

Jim Schauwecker, 52 [Photo]

“We had a great 2008, so I hope to keep it the same.” — Jim Schauwecker, 52

Jeff Wegs of Moberly [Photo]

“I hope to quit smoking, get a new job, have better control of my finances and do more hunting.” — Jeff Wegs of Moberly
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