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Barton offers military support
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Lt. Col. Andy Price, commander of Fort Riley Wounded Warrior Transition Battalion, accepts a $1,500 check from Barton Community College President Dr. Carl Heilman, left. Bartons Dean of Fort Riley Learning Services Gene Kingslien was also present for the presentation. Barton hosted the Fort Riley Wounded Warrior Scramble on Oct. 1 at Fort Rileys Custer Hill Golf Course. All golf-tournament funds go toward assisting wounded soldiers at Fort Riley. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

Barton Community College’s history with Fort Riley began in 1984 with a single training contract and has continued to grow in support of the Army, its soldiers and their families. Today, Barton Fort Riley Campus provides education and training to the total military family. Included with its Fort Riley operations, the college provides specialized training to the military and organizations across the state through its Hazardous Materials & Emergency Services Training Institute, located at nearby Grandview Plaza.