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Larned hospital auxiliary receives state recognition

King honored for work as historian

LARNED — “I know I will miss working with the State Board of Kansas and I will miss the people I have met over the years,” remarked Marcia King, Larned, who is stepping down as the state Hospital Auxiliaries of Kansas (HAK) historian. “I have been on the board for 16 years and I feel it was time for “new blood.”
King attended the annual HAK State Convention held in Wichita Sept. 7-8, where she received recognition with a going away gift.
At that time, the Pawnee Valley Community Hospital Auxiliary also received the Gold Award, which is the highest, most ...


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