• Erica Barnes

News for 2/14/2018


American Legion

Legion Post #166 held their regular monthly meeting. Winner of the February drawing was Rejean Henry, who was awarded the pot of $65.50. The pot will start over and collect until the next winner is drawn.

The Friday Night Special, February 16th:

This week at the American legion we will be having beef and noodles over mashed potatoes, scalloped corn, and a jello salad. The noodles will be homemade by Wanda Ellenberger. Please call us for take out orders at 785-476-3204. If you are having a large group of friends or family and want to make reservations just call us. Hope to see you Friday night!

If you are looking for a place to have a birthday party, anniversary party, family gathering, or just a friend's get together, we would love to have you at the legion. Our "bar" side can seat 90 comfortably and is 'family friendly'. We have the big hall for larger crowds. We can customize the event by doing the cooking or helping set things up for catering or even pot lucks. Feel free to call Steve Rice at 785-476-6239 or Kim Terrell at 785-656-2276 for more information.

Thunder Ridge School News

Important Dates:

Friday, 23rd: KAY Senior Parent Night during the Home basketball games vs Wilson.

Monday, 26th: 2:30pm Early Dismissal & Teacher Inservice

Upcoming Games:

Fri. 16- HS BB @ Rock Hills (Mankato) 4:00pm

Mon. 19- HS BB vs Hill City at Home 4:00pm

Fri. 23- HS BB vs Wilson 4:00pm & KAY Senior Parent Night

Mon. 26- Sub-State BB begins TBA


Back row (l-r): Wysteria Corbett, Raini Hrabe, Brittany Atchison, Jaden Boden, Kennedy Rietzke, Elizabeth Hardacre. Front row (l-r): Ivy Corbett, Layne Pettijohn, Cassidy Gillespie, Madelyn Davis, Raegan Boden.

TRHS KAYS ATTEND 2018 KAY UNIT CONFERENCE

Eleven members of the Thunder Ridge High School KAY Club recently attended a KAY Unit Conference on Monday, February 5 at Pike Valley High School in Scandia. Accompanying the group was their co-sponsor, Kathi Boden.

KAY (Kansas Association for Youth) Unit Conferences bring neighboring KAY clubs together in a non-competitive environment, providing the opportunity to share service projects and program ideas. The theme for the unit conferences are “Set Sail,…Lead-Yer-Ship.” The Unit Conference is designed to focus on club leadership at the local level in addition to developing teamwork as everyone participates in a conference service project. Conference delegates return to their clubs refreshed and focused to end the school year by finishing all planned projects and functions.

The Kansas Association for Youth is a character-building, leadership program directed by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. This nationally acclaimed organization provides students an opportunity to learn to assume their citizenship responsibilities and to enrich their personalities through well-organized programs. These programs emphasis four areas of service: school, community, nation and world.

Throughout the 2017-2018 school year, the Thunder Ridge High School KAYS have been actively involved in the following service projects: Breast Cancer Awareness Night, sponsored the Soup and Socks Drive with Angels Care Home Health, Block the Doors Food Pantry Drive, made door decorations for the Nursing Home, sent a donation to Heifer International, and have hosted two American Red Cross Blood Drives.

TR HS/GS Menus:

Daily choice with meal: breakfast- milk or juice, fresh/canned fruit, cereal; lunch- Salad, fruits & veggie bar, served daily. *Note: Menus are subject to change.

Wed. 14 <3 Happy Valentine’s Day!

Breakfast: French Toast w/syrup

Lunch: Cheese breadsticks w/ marinara sauce, mandarin oranges, seasoned peas

Thur. 15

Breakfast: Breakfast Quesadilla w/salsa

Lunch: Pulled Pork Sandwich, tater tots, baked beans, strawberries

Fri. 16

Breakfast: Breakfast Bar

Lunch: Rock & Roll Beef Wraps, pineapple tidbits, rice krispy treats (9-12)

Mon. 19

Breakfast: Mini Cinnis

Lunch: Chicken Tetrazzini, cooked carrots, bread, apricots

Tues. 20

Breakfast: Pancake/Sausage Stick w/Syrup

Lunch: Hamburgers, tri tater, kiwi, cherry crisp (9-12)

Wed. 21

Breakfast: Breakfast Sliders

Lunch: Beef & Noodles, whipped potatoes, green beans, blueberry oat muffin (9-12)

Thur. 22

Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza

Lunch: Baked Chicken, savory rice, whole wheat roll, pineapple tidbits

Fri. 23

Breakfast: Blueberry Pancakes w/syrup

Lunch:Sloppy Joe on Bun, sweet potato bites, corn chips (9-12), baked beans, diced pears

Weekly Inspiration

Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind. - Bernard M. Baruch

Why do we close our eyes when we pray, cry, kiss, dream? Because the most beautiful things in life are not seen but felt only by the heart.

Sometimes life doesn't give you something you want, not because you don't deserve it, but because you deserve more.

Kensington Library News

Weather permitting, we plan to hold a Brainy Babies program on Monday, Feb. 19th from 5:15-6pm. Nora Rhoades will join us from the K-State Research & Extension office to provide a story and fun activities for children ages birth to 3 years old. This interactive program provides for parent/child bonding time and early learning/development. Call the library @785-476-2219 to RSVP today!

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Please send me your News! If you don’t send it, I can’t submit it! Contact Erica Barnes at 785-476-8185 or by email at ebarnes8185@gmail.com.


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