Girl Scout Troup #411 Time Capsule From 1996. And 25 years later! Left to right: Beth Nech, Kelli Johnson, Natalie (Hainke) Knipp, Dena (Panter) Hiller, McKenzie (Rietzke) Bailey.
Troup #411 met on Saturday, June 26, to dig up their time capsule buried 25 years prior. The gals present ended up going to the Rusty Tractor after opening the capsule to eat, catch up, and write down whatever memories they wanted on an index card to put back into the capsule.
Wreaths Across America Fundraiser Tuesday evening the Wreaths Across America group hosted an Italian night as a fundraiser for their mission to place wreaths at all fallen veteran's headstones at Christmas time. The group associated with the Kensington American Legion have 7 cemeteries that they service in the surrounding area. The groups motto is "Remember Honor Teach" we try to teach the younger generation the sacrifice that others have went through so that they have t
All-Star Game Raini Hrabe and Madelyn Davis competed in the 6th Annual TVC/NPL State Line Volleyball All-Star Game on Friday. The Northern Plains League won in 5 sets, defeating the Twin Valley Conference of Nebraska for the first time in the six years the game has been held. Busy Bees Outreach Project “A person’s most useful asset is not the head full of knowledge, but the heart full of love, an ear to listen, and a hand willing to help.” Youth of the Jewell County 4-H Counc
One Nation Under God Sunday June 27th at the Huck Boyd Community Center in Phillipsburg is a special production honoring God and all Veterans. Meal free for Veterans and their families will be served at 5:30pm, One Nation Under God at 7:00pm, with free ice cream and cookies available afterward. "HOME Foundation Endowment Capital Campaign Kicks Off" The "No Place Like Home" capital campaign seeks to raise at least $250,000 by 2031 for the Kensington HOME Foundation permanent e
"HOME Foundation Endowment Capital Campaign Kicks Off"
The "No Place Like Home" capital campaign seeks to raise at least $250,000 by 2031 for the Kensington HOME Foundation permanent endowment. This will fund at least $10,000 of annual community grants. The Foundation has received a gift of $10,000 from John and Kim Levin to launch fundraising efforts. They have also made a matching challenge of $15,000 in honor of Evelyn and memory of Arnold "Tarzan" Levin. The board nee