Friday’s guests included Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Karen Hibbard. She talked about the groundbreaking on the Johnny Kaw Plaza project — coming up Monday, Feb. 4 — as well as a reception honoring Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Lyle Butler on Feb. 21. Butler’s last day before retirement is Feb. 28.
Riley County Research and Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Megan Dougherty stopped by to talk about Walk Kansas, which runs from March 17 through May 11.
Then Junction City Commissioner Phyllis Fitzgerald closed out the program talking about multiple projects she’s involved in around the community including Fort Riley’s “Home Away From Home” adopt-a-soldier program, the JC Clean Up Project and her “What is Your Big Red One Story” project.