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Earth Day 2014 coming to Great Bend

Dominican Sisters of Peace from Heartland Farm will be baking cookies in their solar bake oven for visitors again this year. Sister Marilyn Pierson (foreground) is shown at last year’s event.

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Earth Day 2014 is once again being celebrated in the Golden Belt. This year the event is being hosted by the Great Bend-Brit Spaugh Zoo from noon to 4:00 p.m. Sunday April 27.
“Join us for the environmental equivalent of an old time country fair,” said Zoo Director Scott Gregory. “There’s something for everyone at this family friendly gathering. Our entire event is free to all. And, as always, there is no admission fee for the zoo.”
The zoo staff and the Grass Roots Environmental Advocacy Team (GREAT) volunteers are the primary planners for the celebration, said ...

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