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The Saga of Miss Sally

Miss Sally visited the Kansas Wetlands Education Center this week for the first time since its opening in 2009.
“Wow,” she told Jessica Casey, graduate assistant at KWEC. “I never knew Barton County had all of these birds.”
“What an incredible place to visit,” Miss Sally said to her friend Chris. “There’s so much  history and so much interesting wildlife. I learned so much today.”
Miss Sally, elegantly clothed in a mink stole and formal dress which she’ll wear for the 120th anniversary party at the Wolf Hotel, strolled through KWEC exclaiming about the wild wetlands that is ...


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