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[caption id="attachment_3927" align="alignleft" width="300"] Emilia[/caption] Meet Emilia! She’s 12 years old, and would love to be a veterinarian when she grows up. Besides her interest in animals, she also loves reading and art. She’d like a mentor so she can have someone to help her with her homework, and to take her to places like the...

“I have been changed for good.” Earnest Alexander sang these words, along with a selection of Christmas songs at the 2015 Christmas Benefit Concert. The concert was held Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at ABODE Venue in Wichita. Along with Earnest, it featured the jazz and vocal bands of Friends University led by Craig Curry and...

In gratitude to the generosity of so many individuals and organizations who helped make the Kinloch Price Boys Ranch Expansion Project a reality. Primary Contact Aaron Lewis Adam Blackford Alan Wicks Alice Stewart Alison Robbins Allen Mundy Allen Sebes Amanda Shinkle American Fire Sprinkler Andale Farmers COOP Andrew Janzen Arlyn Smith ASM Engineering Beavers Plumbing LLC Bill Smith Billy Wingo Bob Buford Bob Whiteman BRC Bearing Company, Inc Brent Warkentin Brian Lair Bruce Bodecker Byron Stout C & C...

Happy New Year!  I trust that you have all recovered from your celebrating and you are as excited about the New Year as I am.  In the January newsletter, we talked about the benefits of giving to tax exempt organizations. .In this article you will hear from a friend, Bill Mull, who through his business and family...

“Youth Horizons” was emblazoned across the Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre’s marquee last month in recognition of the 2013 Christmas Benefit Concert. The two-night event took place December 1 and 2 and was well attended. The concert featured Earnest Alexander and a number of different friends. He and Rodney Bartlett sang a few duets, and Rodney sang...