News for 4/25/18
City Wide Clean-up is Sat. April 28!
This Saturday, April 28, is the postponed date for City Wide Clean-up. This clean-up is intended for items the trash service cannot pick up on the regular route. Have items to the curb by 7:00am. Collecting appliances, household waste, bulky items, and limited tires. Please be sure to separate metal, batteries, paint, chemicals, and electronics. Reminder this is a Volunteer effort! Volunteers are needed, please meet at the City Office at 9:00am and bring small tools for clean-up and repairs around town. Call the City Office at 476-2668 if you need assistance or have questions.
KHS & TRHS Alumni
The annual Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday, May 26th at the American Legion in Kensington. Please contact Staci Foreman at the High School office 785-476-2217 or email email@example.com if your mailing address needs to be updated. You can also follow us on Facebook, search: Kensington Alumni.
Did you know? Mr. Don Wiens began teaching at KHS in 1964. He has witnessed the transition from Kensington High School to Unified 238 West Smith County High (1966-1967), to Unified 110 Thunder Ridge (2008-2009). He is still the Athletics Director, takes care of all the grounds maintenance at the football field and the baseball field. He gets all the equipment and uniforms out at the beginning of each season, puts it all away when the season is over. He is ever faithful to report for snow removal and various other tasks. Recently he's also playing the roll of part-time custodian (because we are currently without one), and continues teaching Computers and SS/KS History at the Middle School. Thank you Mr. Wiens for your numerous years of service and dedication to our schools and youth.
Serving the Friday Night Special from 6:00-8:30pm, April 27th:
Beef and noodles over mashed potatoes, green beans, and pie for dessert.
Mark your calendars for our Cinco De Mayo celebration on May 5th from 6 until ??? Enjoy Mexican food and drink specials, plus chances to win prizes!
The Kensington Lions Club, along with the help of Thunder Ridge KAYS and basketball players, cleaned 26 bags of trash off a four mile stretch east and west of Kensington along Hwy 36.
Members shown, back L-R: