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  • From the Land of Kansas

    By Polly Ferrell on January 25, 2019

    Friday, Feb. 1, we will be the culmination of our tribute to Kansas. The celebration will begin at 7 p.m. in the Community Room. MLH Sunflower Lady, Polly Ferrell, will welcome all residents and...

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  • Thank You Staff

    By Ron Williams on January 25, 2019

    I am comfortable in our little two room apartment. I am warm and comfortable, watching T.V., wrapped in a blanket, and have been to a program in the Community Room next door earlier this evening. It...

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  • Official Symbols of Kansas

    By Polly Ferrell on January 25, 2019

    Two of our most precious commodities, Sunshine and Wheat, have not made the list of official Kansas symbols, yet we are known for both. Can you name the thirteen official symbols of Kansas? The first...

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  • 1861 - The Year That Was

    By Polly Ferrell on January 25, 2019

    January 29, 1861 was a pivotal moment for the United States of America, because on that day, Kansas joined the Union as a Free State, tipping the scales toward freedom for all. Kansas became the 34th...

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  • The Amazing Land of Kansas

    By Polly Ferrell on January 25, 2019

    On Jan. 29, this land became a state. That’s why when every year rolls ‘round, we try to celebrate. Our tenth annual Meadowlark signature celebration will take place Friday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. To...

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  • Recognizing Compassionate Caregivers

    November 15, 2018

    Alzheimer’s Association Central and Western Kansas Chapter announced the 7th Annual Duane Smith Caregiver Award at the 2018 Kansas Education Conference on Dementia in Wichita Tuesday, Nov. 13....

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  • Holiday Tradition: The Lights of Christmas

    By Polly Ferrell on November 15, 2018

    For over 50 seasons of Christmas, I reminded each of my family members about the true Light, by giving them their own personal light. It started when my children were very young and were fascinated...

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  • High on the HOG

    By Becky Fitzgerald on November 7, 2018

    Our 5th annual FOOD, FRIENDS and FUNdraising event to benefit the Good Samaritan Fund generated $24,765.64 in revenue! This number is a few thousand less than 2017’s total, but more sponsors, higher...

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on November 7, 2018

       Lots of people like the smorgasbord fashion of dining, at least occasionally.  But another smorgasbord exists, and it’s all around us 24/7/365 & 1/4th.  The menu varies with the season, but it...

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on October 24, 2018

    We soon will lose our summer umbrella of living shingles: the marvelous evolutionary development we call the green plant leaf. In addition to the leafs' essential process of photosynthesis, they...

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