News for 10/27/21
Veteran’s Day Parade
The annual Veteran’s Day Celebration in Kensington is Saturday, November 13, 2021. The theme for this years’ parade is “We Don’t Know Them All, But We Owe Them All”. To pay tribute to those who have fought for our freedom, we invite you to prepare an entry and participate in our parade. The parade festivities will begin at 11:00am with the guest speaker, and the parade will start promptly at 11:15am. Prizes will be awarded for the first 3 places in each of 5 categories: churches, schools, organizations, businesses, and miscellaneous. Pre-registration is appreciated. If you did not receive an entry form in the mail and would like to register, please contact Judy or Alan Bates, 785-476-5334 or 5191.
Back after 25 years!
The Kensington American Legion will host a Veteran’s Day Trap Shoot on Saturday, Nov. 13. Starting at 2:00pm, south of town on C Road (watch for signs). The cost is $5 per person to shoot a round. Bring your own shotgun and shells.
Craft Fair in Kensington Nov. 13
The Kensington Commercial/Community Club once again plans to host the Fall Festival Craft Fair during the annual Veterans Day Celebration on November 13th, 2021. If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please contact Melissa Westbrook.
Kensington Plaza Fuel Station
Repairs have been made and Trinity Ag LLC would like to inform that the fuel pumps at the Kensington Plaza are back in operation. Please call 785-282-6813 if you run into any difficulties.
TRHS KAY Projects
Thursday, November 4, the American Red Cross will be at the High School gym for a blood drive. Sign up at the TRHS office, the online portal at RedCrossBlood.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Slots are available between 9am to 3pm.
The KAYS went door-to-door this past Sunday, October 24th, for Trick-or-Treat So Others Can Eat. This project is an effort each year to help stock the food pantry for the holidays. The food pantry serves all of our Thunder Ridge Schools communities. Thank you to the community members who donated items and the students who donated their time!
Trinity Coomes, Alexis Holling, and Owen Hrabe sorting out canned goods.
Bryce Kelley and Kristal Rice (KAY President) helping sort items for the food pantry.
TyLynn and KensLy Blank.
Thunder Ridge Ballgame Schedule & Important Dates
Thur. 28- PreK-6th grade Halloween Parade uptown Agra/Kensington @ 2:30pm, classroom Parties will follow; HS District FB hosting Onaga @ Kensington *5:00pm start
Fri. 29- No School – P/T Exchange Day
Mon. 1- NPL League Choir @ Osborne, Concert @ 6 pm
Tue. 2- MS BB Sports Pictures 3:15pm
Wed. 3- City Wide Cleanup Day- organized by the Adult Living Class
Thur. 4- Blood Drive hosted by KAYS
Fri. 5- HS FB Regional
Sat. 6- MS/HS District Honor Band/Choir at Hays
Tue. 9- MS BB @ Lincoln 4:00, lv @ 1:30
Thur. 11- MS BB here w/Osborne 4:00
Fri. 12- HS FB Sectional
Sat. 13- 7-12 Band to march at Veteran’s Day Parade in Kensington
Stop looking for reasons to be Unhappy. Focus on the things you DO have and the reasons you should be happy.
I hope you don’t let a little negativity keep you from seeing the good that also happened today!
If you’re able to make someone’s day, do it. The world needs more love.
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