"Transitions: A mother and daughter art show" exhibits the visual and textual representations experienced in the lives of mother and daughter on a road to recover through expressions and transitions. The featured artists are Johnita and Elizabeth Becker. It will be a mixed media presentation of artwork, and is the 7th show at Petr's Frame House. "Its a mother and daughter going through life's problems," said Grigorev. "They transition from old to something new."The exhibit is hosted by Petr's Frame House, 2009 16th St., at 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 17.
Kanopolis State Park will host a guided nature hike from 9 to 11 a.m. on Aug. 31. Hikers will meet at Trailhead C in the East Shore State Park-Horsethief Area and will learn about area history, plants and animals as well as see caves, creeks, rock formations, and prairie. Hikers are asked to wear clothes and shoes that can get wet and muddy, bring bug spray and a water bottle.
This summer, the Barton County 4-H Shooting Sports Program added a new discipline, Small Bore Rifle, to compliment the other disciplines, Air Rifle, Archery and Hunting Skills, that they already have in place.
HOISINGTON - At 6 p.m. on Aug. 26 Clara Barton Hospital and Country Place Senior Living will host the Alzheimer's Association's "Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection Matters" workshop at Clara Barton Hospital in the Turnbull Safe Room.
Mary Lou Fryberger, 87, died Aug. 11 at Great Bend Regional Hospital. Born July 5, 1926 at Kansas City, Mo., she was the daughter of John and Mary (Russell) Taff. A lifetime resident of Great Bend, she was a 1944 graduate of Great Bend High School. She was the first basketball homecoming queen at Great Bend High School.
Ina Lea Folkerts, 83, died Aug. 9 at Via Christi St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Wichita. Born Dec. 4, 1929 in Craig County, Okla., she was the daughter of Walter and Amy Ellen (Cumiford) Minson. On Oct. 24, 1952 she married Doyle Dean Folkerts in Syracuse. He died on Jan. 13, 2013. A resident of Great Bend for 58 years, coming from Craig County, Okla., she was a homemaker.