There will be a fall square dancing organizational/dancing meeting from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday at the Great Bend Recreation Center's Burnside Room, 1214 Stone. The class is sponsored by the Hoisington Swinging Stars and the GBRC, and all singles and couples are invited and there is no dress code.
The Great Bend community is invited to spend a special afternoon at this year's Community Music for Mission Concert. The concert will be held in the Presbyterian Church Sanctuary, 24th and Washington, at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29. Talented musicians from churches in the Great Bend area will be offering musical praise to God through a variety of musical formats, from hand bells and chimes to vocal solo, duet, quartet and choral groups, to piano solos and a brass quintet.
In spring, 2013, the United Way gave presentations to the fifth grade classes at the USD 428 and Holy Family Elementary Schools and asked students to make a poster depicting the United Way and the 21 agencies they serve and how they make a difference in the community.
Landscaping for the Barton County Historical Society's new Bushnell Building was done by Michael Sisson as his Eagle Scout project. This photo taken Sept. 13 shows Christy Tustin from the Golden Belt Community Foundation, left, along with Bob Parrish and Bev Komarek from the historical society, touring the building.
In the Barton County Commission story that appeared in the Tuesday, Sept. 17, issue of the Great Bend Tribune, it was incorrectly reported that an oil well on land owned by the Reed family produced 42,000 barrels of oil per year since it was drilled in 2007. In fact, it has produced a total of 42,000 barrels in that span. The Tribune regrets the error.
The Timken Hill Bar and Grill will celebrate their 5th anniversary by hosting the annual car show "Hot Rods on the Hill" from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 22. Any make, model and year of vehicles are welcome, with free entry and awards. Food and drinks will be served all day. For more information or to enter the show call Marty at 620-786-5324, Zack at 620-804-2747, or the Hill at 785-355-2355.
The Mud Creek chapter of the Kansas Anthropological Association (KAA) will host an Artifact Identification Workshop on Saturday, Sept. 21, in the city of Salina. The event will take place at the Smoky Hill Museum, 211 West Iron, Salina. Hours for the event will be from 10