Party in the Park: Oozefest Mud Volleyball Tournament is planned for Saturday, Sept. 21 at Veterans Memorial Park. Oozefest organizers are seeking volleyball teams to enjoy a day of mud volleyball in the park.
TULSA, Okla. - Rosewood Ranch's third year competing in the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show proved to be its toughest challenge of three appearances. Still, the riders persevered, taking home 14 top-10 finishes with two Rosewood riders recording top-3 finishes, which included Rosewood's Jamie Crone winning reserve grand champion.
Beverly Davis, Earl Lumpkins and Bernita Degenhardt of Great Bend were honored for their service to the elderly at the February Senior Companion Program in-service meeting held at the Great Bend Senior Center on Aug. 21st. Davis has served 10 years; Lumpkins, nine years and Degenhardt, five years with the Program. Senior Companions offer friendship and assistance with daily living activities to older persons needing help to live independently.
J. Basil Dannebohm had been to specialist after specialist for five long years but didn't come away with an accurate diagnosis. But then a doctor noticed the sole of his shoe and asked if he had been tested for Parkinson's.
Despite predictions, rain failed to fall and dampen the spirits of nearly 50 children from across the state Wednesday as they took part in activities at the Rolling Hills Zoo, midway through their KidzKamp experience at the Webster Conference Center, 2601N. Ohio. Sponsored annually by Saint Francis Community Services, KidzKamp provides a place where children in foster care can forget their worries, form friendships and enjoy being a kid for three days at summer camp.
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.
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, review of 2013-2014 budget, approval of BOE policies, approval of local consolidated plan allocations, approval of mill levy for Great Bend Recreation Commission, proposed BOE retreat, 5 R's for accreditation, college and career ready standards, professional development, assessments update, curriculum adoption schedule, approval to accept grant application/awards, licensed position changes for 2013-2014, project updates at GBMS and parking lot at Great Bend High School, and student transfer request report
The Suicide Prevention Task Force of the Central Kansas Partnership is holding the "Golden Belt Run for Life" with a family and friends survivors' ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 28, at Barton Community College. September is Suicide Prevention month and the local coalition wanted to promote Suicide Prevention in our community and hold an event that would help provide for needed community education.
Barton Community College will host an opening reception for the "Lineage" exhibit on Friday, August 16 from 6-8 p.m., which will showcase the impact art instructors have had on two emerging ceramic artists. Artwork from all of their past educators will be on display to illustrate the lineage, which will include a featured installation by Fort Hays State University Art Professor Linda Ganstrom. Music, refreshments and gallery talks will be provided. The show will run through August 30.
August 10, 2013|
SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE