The following meals will be served Feb. 9 through Feb. 13. The secondary schools also have available daily: second choices, chef salad, combo lunches and choice of vegetables and dessert. The breakfast menu is offered only to students in USD 428. Menus are subject to change without notice. Milk served with all meals. All meals as offered meet USDA nutritional guidelines.
Sunday Cheyenne Stamp Club - 2:30 p.m. at the North Main Pizza Hut
Maybe you heard about the parents in Britain who billed another family for not attending their son's birthday party after they said they would come. The bill was equal to $24 - described as a "no-show fee" after their son skipped the party held at a local ski resort.
It's here! The twenty-one crates that contain the Smithsonian exhibit arrived on time! The display was assembled last Monday by Sharon Sturgis, the library staff, and other people from Goodland, Greensburg, Atchison, Perry, and Humbolt, who will also have the display in their communities. It took approximately four hours to complete the installation. Along with the Smithsonian exhibit, our community will be interested in seeing all of the work Sharon has done to feature our local teams and talents. Visitors will enjoy viewing a wall of historical photos featuring Ellinwood teams dating back to the 19th century, as well ...
USD 428 Board of Education will meet at 5 p.m. on Monday at the District Education Office, 201 S. Patton Road. Items on the agenda include recognition of volunteers in USD 428 Learning Centers; approval of BOE policies; approval to request 2015-2016 E-Rate funding; first reading of curriculum adoption; MTSS training; Kansas State Assessments;approval to upgrade exterior stairway at the GBHS Field House; financial update options; and approval of donation to GBHS Girls Soccer Team/Program.
We've seen the impact they can cause – grain dust explosions sparked when certain conditions come together to create a combustible situation. And those conditions can develop much faster than many know, according to a Kansas State University grain scientist.
The Central Kansas Photography Club welcomes Photographer Harland Schuster for this month's program. His program is on the 8 Wonders of Kansas. Harland is a freelance photographer who has traveled and photographed Kansas extensively. His works have appeared in regional and national Publications, including several photographs in a recent issue of KANSAS Magazine. The Central Kansas Photography club meets at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Petr's Frame House, 2009 16th Street in Great Bend. Guests are welcome to attend the meeting to hear and see Mr. Schuster's presentation.
Tradition and heritage are a big part of what makes agriculture such an attractive way of life for so many Kansans. The lifeblood of our existence, the farms and ranches in Kansas, provide food, fuel and fiber for the world.
Progress Club met Feb. 2, at the home of Sharon Mauler with Darlene Boley and Sharon Jones as co-hostesses. Sixteen members attended. Judy Fox presided and opened the meeting with a prayer. It was noted that Mary Ann Boyle has acepted our invitation to join and will attend the March meeting. A nominating committee will be appointed and announced at the March meeting.
Clara Barton Hospital and Clinics invite the public to a reception to welcome Jeremy Howes, MD, FACS, general surgeon from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday at Clara Barton Hospital.
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Anticipating spring at the Extension office means getting Walk Kansas packets ready for teams to pick up, plus a chance to dust off those walking shoes. This roller coaster weather we have had lately gives us a taste of warmer temps and makes us anxious for the 2015 Walk Kansas campaign. I returned home from our agent update in Manhattan with sample tee shirts for this years' health challenge. Color choices for 2015 include coral or gray with a slightly different logo than previous years, including the words "Walk Tall" and "Walk Strong."
California is experiencing an entirely new disturbance in the Force.
Cupid is not the only one who fires arrows. Scammers are constantly trying to pierce the hearts and the pocketbooks of trusting souls. Valentines Day is a good time to brush up on scammers' techniques so you can avoid the potential pitfalls of online love. Your Better Business Bureau has the following advice for doing just that.
Since the death of a loved one naturally evokes emotional, physical and spiritual pain, Golden Belt Home Health & Hospice (GBHH&H) sponsors support groups throughout the year.
The field of information technology (IT) is ever-changing. The only way to stay on the cutting-edge is to deliberately sprint ahead of the curve, ready to learn about the latest and greatest developments. Barton Community College's Networking Specialist Instructor Kris Schneider is well aware of the need to innovate and is continuously finding ways to do so in the classroom.
Dorothy Maneth of Great Bend will celebrate her 85th birthday on Feb. 25, with a card shower. A family celebration will be held on Feb. 28th.
Kerry and Roberta Guthrie of Great Bend announce the engagement of their daughter Tiffany Guthrie to Eric Schoendaler, son of Ron and Deloris Schoendaler of Grinnell.
Corinna Jo Hickel and Adam Michael Demel were united in marriage on July 26, at Immaculate Conception Church in Claflin in a double-ring ceremony officiated by Father John Forkuoh. Parents of the couple are Doug and Karen Hickel of Claflin and Mike and Sandy Demel
Joe Guesnier of Great Bend will celebrate his 80th birthday on Feb. 27, with a card shower.
Josh and Laura Piland announce the birth of their son Micha James Piland on Jan. 16 in Houston, Mo. He weighted 8 lbs. 13 oz. He has a big brother, Jeremiah Piland who is 21 months old.
Florence Johnson will celebrate her 90th birthday with a Come and Go Reception from 2 to 4 p.m. on Feb. 28, at the Pawnee Rock Christian Church, 519 Centre in Pawnee Rock. No gifts are requested.
Every spring, the ritual continues. Farmers, stockmen and landowners continue to use fire as a range management tool while maintaining the economic viability of the Flint Hills.
Edna K. Starnes will celebrate her 85th birthday on Feb. 24, with a card shower.
February may be the shortest month of the year but it is an especially good time to recognize the importance of making lifestyle changes related to heart health. Is it true that you are what you eat? When it comes to heart health, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" Eating the right way is not about dieting, which is really a temporary change in your eating habits to lose a few pounds; it is about making better choices every day so that they become second nature.
The following well-balanced and nutritious Friendship Meals will be served for lunch at the Great Bend Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave. Meals are served with milk; donations for coffee and tea are accepted.