League of Women Voters of Great Bend will hold the monthly meeting at noon on Tuesday at Montana Mike's in the north room. Lunch will be from the menu and can be their "quick serve" menu.
Progress Club met on Feb. 6 at the home of Kathy Schugart with Linda Dougherty as co-hostess. There were 18 members in attendance.
Members of Preceptor Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi present a gift of $550 to Dr. Kyle Krebaum for the Makinna Ann Hope Foundation established by Krebaum and his wife, Tasha, in memory of their daughter, Makinna, to help families who have special-needs children. This donation will go toward the Foundation's new project to fund playground equipment for a special-needs access park. Since the chapter's first donation to the Makinna Ann Hope Foundation in 2008, Preceptor Pi has given a total of $3,082 to the foundation. For more information about the foundation, inquiries may be sent to ...
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3111 and its Ladies Auxiliary met on Jan. 24 at the Post Home.
On Jan. 27, the Great Bend knights of Columbus hosted its annual Men's Stag. The event featured a mountain oyster and homemade sausage meal, fellowship and a prize drawing. Howard Meier, Columbus Club board member said, "Thanks to the support of our Stag sponsors, we were able to give away nearly $3,000 in cash and prizes."
Preceptor Pi and Theta Master chapters of Beta Sigma Phi had their Sister Chapter Social Jan. 17 at First Christian Church.
Joe Boley will be the program speaker at the Barton County Historical Society Annual Meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Jan 23th. The topic will be "Planeview-the Miracle City". In 1942 Planeview,located south east of the Wichita city limits, was a thriving government housing project built for the defense plant workers of World War II. Mr. Boley will re-tell many of his experiences as a teenager living in the projects, as well as many facts and figures relating to the building of Planeview including it's past, present and future.
Preceptor Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Jan. 3 in the Heart of Kansas Family Health Care conference room. President Janis Link, president, conducted the meeting.
The Parnassus Club met on Jan. 10. Amanda Pfenninger has agreed to judge for voice and piano at the Spring auditions. A motion was made to allow $100 for the judges fee and $50 for travel expense. The motion carried.
The "I Dare You" Leadership award was first offered in 1941 by the late William H. Danforth, founder of the Ralston Purina Company in St. Louis. He challenged young people to achieve their highest potential and to influence others through lives of service. The award is inspired by the book, I Dare You! written by Danforth, in which he commends the balanced life of mental, physical, social and spiritual development as the backbone of leadership.
Of all that can be gained in 4-H work, none is more prestigious that of the Kansas 4-H Key Award. To earn the Key Award, candidates must be 16 years of age and must be enrolled in the leadership project for the past four years.
Pilot international and local Pilot Clubs around the globe recognize the second week in November as International Care & Kindness Week, a week-long public awareness campaign meant to bring awareness to how simple acts can change a day, a life or the world by simply showing someone you care. International Care & Kindness Week encourages people to "Take time to Care and Be Kind."
The Parnassus Club met at the home of Sharon Jones with eight members present. The study of the Tone Poem continued with Becky Dudrey giving the program on Richard Strauss' composition 'Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks' Composed in 1895. 'Till Eulenspiegel' chronicles the misadventures and pranks of this German peasant. In this composition, Richard Strauss, uses the horn and the D flat Clarinet to bring to mind the folly of this prankster, Till.
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