API Annual Scholarship night will be held on May 25, at The Club at Stoneridge in Great Bend. Social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Ed Cross, President of KIOGA. Tickets are $15 and are available at the door. Proceeds from this dinner, other event ticket sales, the API golf tournament in September as well as any donations, are utilized by the chapter for the continuation of the API Scholarship. API will present four scholarships this year to area high school graduates selected by our Scholarship ...
TOPEKA - TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, held its annual State Recognition Days in Topeka April 8-9. Mary Christie of Hoxie won 2nd Division 1 with 85.2 pounds lost; Amy Timmons of Smith Center won 1st Division 3 with 52.2 pounds lost and Jane McClellan of Scott City won 2nd Division 4 with 38 pounds lost.
The Central Kansas Photography Club will be hosting their annual Photography Workshop, Saturday May 21, at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center. Photographer and author Boyd Norton will be the presenter this year.
The Progress Club met on April 4, at the home of Sharon Jones. Co-hostesses were Maxie Hinkson and Sharon Jones (substituting for Jackie Curtis). Treasurer Darlene Mathers reported a donation of $100 to the Great Bend Community Foundation for the Prairie Godmothers Funds. A letter from the Foundation thanking Progress Club for the donation was read.
Preceptor Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi members toured the Central Kansas Dream Center during their March 1, meeting. Members brought household supplies, hygiene products and other items that they donated to the Dream Center.
The Annual A.P.I rocky mountain oyster/bull fries event will be held on April 13, at the Stoneridge Country Club, 1438 24th Street. Speaker will be Mr. Greg Armstrong of GA Consultants, Inc. Social hour will begin at 6 p.m. with the dinner buffet, $10 per person, at 7 p.m. Employees of the oil and gas industry are invited to come.
WICHITA - Girls will have the opportunity to soar over camp on a zip line, spend the night in a yurt, and climb or rappel down a 55-foot tower this summer as part of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland's approximately $200,000 investment into new camping experiences.