Benefit Tuesday evening
LARNED — A sloppy joe benefit meal and free movie is scheduled from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the State Theatre for Afton (Eye) Linderer and baby Benjamin to help with medical expenses. Free-will offering will be accepted. Donations can be made at Farmer’s Bank and Trust.
Wednesday — See you at the Pole, 7:30 a.m.; LHS Stuco, 7:30 a.m.; Spotlight Assembly, Seminar; NHS meeting after Spotlight; FCCLA scavenger hunt, Gatterman’s room, 6 p.m.; After Prom parent meeting, gym or student lounge, 5:30 p.m.
Thursday — Leadership Team, 7:30 a.m.; Blood drive meeting, seminar; Bethany College visit, seminar; LHS tennis at Russell, 1 p.m.; LHS volleyball, home, 4 p.m.; LHS cross country, home, 4 p.m.; Art Club, 3:30 p.m.
Friday —FCA, 7:30 a.m.; ACT deadline; Indian Boosters Tailgate, 5 p.m.; LHS football, Ellis, 7 p.m., cheerleaders perform at halftime
Saturday —Drive One 4 UR School at Baird Motors; LHS JV tennis at Pratt, 9 a.m.; LHS C volleyball at Cimarron; LHS Dinner Theater, Knights of Columbus
Huelskamp receives 89 percent
approval rating from town hall
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) received 89 percent approval in his monthly telephone town hall his office conducted Sept. 19 for constituents.
In last week’s telephone town hall poll, 89 percent of the respondents approved of Tim Huelskamp’s work as their representative in Congress.
Seventy-four percent of Big First respondents support shutting down the government for a few days to defund ObamaCare.
Also, 86 percent of Kansas respondents support work requirements for able-bodied adult food stamp recipients.
“Kansans in the Big First District hired me to serve them in Congress, and it is my honor and privilege to do so,” he said. “I’m encouraged to know my representation of their interests in Washington has not gone unnoticed. Additionally, it is clear that Kansans want Washington to embrace common sense reforms, like work requirements for able-bodied adult food stamp recipients. It also shows that Kansans want no part of Obamacare, and want it defunded even if Senator Reid and President Obama force a government shutdown.”
These bipartisan telephone town hall events are attended by constituents of all ideological and partisan persuasions, and all constituents on the call are invited to participate. If you reside in the First District of Kansas and have not received telephone calls inviting you to participate in Congressman Huelskamp’s monthly telephone town halls, please contact (202) 225-2715.
During these live telephone town hall events, Congressman Huelskamp invites the listeners to participate in an unscientific, bipartisan survey by answering several poll questions.
Chamber coffee set
LARNED — The Larned Garden Club will sponsor the weekly Larned Chamber of Commerce coffee at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Rose Garden in Schnack Park. Refreshments will be provided by the Garden Club.
City council to meet
LARNED — The Larned City Council will meet in Special Session at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Agenda items include 2014 Klink U.S. 156 construction bids; KHRC housing project, Baird addition annexation; urban renewal; and utility rate review for electric and sewer.
Newest Chamber member
to serve luncheon Friday
LARNED — Bernard’s Catering and Concessions, the newest Larned Chamber member, will serve a luncheon for Chamber members from noon until 2 p.m. Friday at the Jordaan Room, 502 Broadway. Chamber members are welcome.
Play scheduled Saturday
LARNED — School Over Actors Anonymous Dinner Murder Mystery Play “Murderous Night at the Museum,” is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, at the Knights of Columbus. Tickets, $20, are available at First State Bank & Trust Co.
Benefit scheduled Saturday
will help Larned High School
LARNED — Ralph Baird Motors of Larned and the Larned High School will team up for their 4th Drive 4 UR School from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Ralph Baird Motors, West K-156.
Baird Motors and Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to the Larned student council for every family/individual whom test drives a vehicle. There will also be a drawing for a television. Concessions will be available. The funds will be donated for LHS projects.
The fundriaser can generate up to $6,000 for Larned High. Participants must be 18 years old and have a valid drivers’ license to take part. Only one driver per-household will count toward the monies for the promotion.
“We know funding for school programs is hard to come by, and we want to do our part to help make sure these programs remain available,” said Randy Fry, Ralph Baird Motors general manager. “We’re excited to raise money for Larned High School and its student council.”