September 2013 – September 2014
The Anthony Bates Foundation is coming back to Kansas in a big way! On Sunday, September 29th we will be hosting our 13thannual Cardiac Screening Day at the K-State Alumni Center in Manhattan, KS. Attached is our flyer and below, a link to our PSA video with Coach Bill Snyder promoting our program. Please help us spread the word by watching our video, adding it to your website (if you have one) and sharing the flyer with your friends, too!
|FREE DENTAL CARE FRIDAY APRIL 25TH
WHERE: Clay Center Family Dental Care; 714 Liberty St. – Clay Center, KS
|HOW: First come, First Served – Tickets available beginning at 5:30 am –
Services begin at 7:30 am
|WHAT: Exams, X-Rays, Fillings, Extractions and Cleanings|
|WHO: Adults only who have no dental insurance and who are struggling
financially and have no other means to pay for dental care
|QUESTIONS: www.claycenterdentalmission.com - Do NOT telephone the office|
Tech Tuesday workshop “How to Download eBooks” will be held on Tuesday, September 23rd at 2:00 pm. This class will walk you through the steps of downloading eBooks from the Sunflower eLibrary onto your mobile devices and computers. Bring your device or computer with you and leave with great new eBooks and audiobooks.
The Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization (FHMPO) will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, September, 24th from 4:30 – 7:00 pm at the Manhattan City Commission Room. As part of the development of the region’s first long-range transportation plan, the Flint Hills Transportation Plan, the FHMPO is seeking public feedback regarding roadway conditions, bicycle and pedestrians facilities, transit service, and more. This open house format allows citizens to come and go as they please and have informal conversations with FHMPO staff or the consultant team members. There will be a formal presentation at 5:30 pm.
The Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization (FHMPO) and its consultant team will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, September 24th from 4:30 – 7:00 pm at the C.L. Hoover Opera House. As part of the development of the region’s first long-range transportation plan, the Flint Hills Transportation Plan, the FHMPO is seeking public feedback regarding roadway conditions, bicycle and pedestrians facilities, transit service and more. The open house allows citizens to come and go as they please and have informal conversations with FHMPO staff or the consultant team members. There will be a formal presentation at 5:30 pm.
Order from Papa Johns Thursday, September 25th thru Sunday, September 28th and receive 40% off your Regular Menu Price Order, plus an additional 10% will be donated back to the Manhattan High School Football Team. When placing order must give Papa Johns team member the code or must enter the promo code for all online orders. ONLINE PROMO CODE: MHSFB. Order at www.papajohns.com.
K-state’s Silver Key Sophomore Honorary is hosting its annual Sleepout for the Homeless on Thursday, September 25th. The event will begin at 7:00 pm at the Bosco Plaza. Silver Key members will be there until 7:00 am to raise awareness about homelessness in the Manhattan community. Special thanks to Burnett Automotive and Mike’s Wrecker Service for their support and donation during the car bash event to raise money for the Manhattan Emergency Shelter. Silver Key will be collecting toiletries, personal hygiene products, food as well as monetary donations at the event. All donations will go to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter.
The OZ Museum is hosting Night at the Museum on Friday, September 26th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. This event is going to be an evening where our favorite Oz characters come to life with the help of Oz historian John Fricke. This evening is also going to help bring awareness to the fundraising of the OZ Museum facade. Special guests attending during the OZtoberFest will be John Fricke, author Paul Miles Schneider and Oz collector Johnpaul Cafiero. For more information contact The Columbian Theatre at 785-456-2029.
Twenty-six schools are participating in this year’s Band Day, which includes the annual parade that will begin at 1 p.m. in the McCain Auditorium parking lot then proceed east down Poyntz Avenue, ending at the Manhattan Town Center.
Schools participating in Band Day include:
Wabaunsee High School, Alma; Northern Valley High School, Almena; Augusta High School, Augusta; Ell-Saline High School, Brookville; Cimarron High School, Cimarron; Council Grove High School, Council Grove; El Dorado High School, El Dorado; Anderson County High School, Garnett; Great Bend High School, Great Bend; Halstead High School, Halstead; Herington High School, Herington; Junction City High School and St. Xavier 7-12 Grade Band, both from Junction City; Lincoln High School, Lincoln; Linn High School, Linn; Manhattan High School, Manhattan; Medicine Lodge High School, Medicine Lodge; Jayhawk-Linn High School, Mound City; Mulvane High School, Mulvane; Nickerson High School, Nickerson; Rossville High School, Rossville; Nemaha Central High School, Seneca; Silver Lake High School, Silver Lake; Valley Falls High School, Valley Falls; Riverside High School, Wathena; and Jefferson County North High School, Winchester.
The City of Manhattan is hosting a community Q&A event to address questions about changes to the area’s flood maps and flood insurance requirements. This event will be from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Tuesday, September 30th at the Manhattan Fire Station Headquarters, 2000 Denison Avenue.