Vouchers offered for farmers market
The Marion County Department on Aging still has farmers market vouchers available for individuals age 60 and above.
Income requirements are based on monthly gross income for a household: $1,800 for a one-person household; $2,426 for two persons; $3,051 for three persons; and $3,677 for four persons.
These vouchers can be used at any farmers market in Kansas to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from an authorized farmer.
The farmer?s booth will have a sign displayed ?Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program-Checks Accepted Here.?
The checks equaling $30 in value can be used from now through Nov 1, 2014.
Church plans annual picnic event
Burns Countryside Church is having its annual Sunday picnic beginning at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 8, with southern gospel music performed by Rusty Rierson of Leon.
Following the music, the ladies of the church are providing a community lunch.
Everyone is welcome to attend both events.
For more information, call Vickie at 620-726-5865.
19 piano students present recital
Nineteen piano students of Beverly Richards were presented at a recital April 27 at Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church, Hillsboro.
Participating were Ariana Armstrong, Keigh?lee Armstrong, Maleiah Bartel, Addie Berens, Daw?son Boldt, Dillon Boldt, Caleb Diener, Joshua Diener, Sarah Diener, Kelli Dyck, Jenna Hiner?man, Claire Heyen, Mary?Elena Heyen, Charlie Major, Grace Major, Ellie Noble, Emma Noble, Eva Noble and Macy Priest.
Assisting with duets were Tammy Armstrong, Jennifer Bartel, Tracy Boldt, Sarah Diener, Gail Dyck, Claire Heyen, Bruce Heyen, Ellie Noble and Beverly Richards.
Classical guitarist, author plans visit
A classical guitarist, singer, songwriter and author will be performing at 7 p.m. June 10 in the Santa Fe room at the Marion City Library, 101 Library St.
Mary Kleinsorge plans to perform family-friendly music, including some familiar tunes and some original works.
According to Kleinsorge, who grew up in Bazaar and whose parents, Earl and Dean Kleinsorge, are cattle ranchers in Chase County, talks about how the song focuses on her grandmother riding the orphan train from New York City until she was adopted in German Town, Mo.
Her daughter, 12, will be playing the piano and doing solos of popular music.
Everyone is invited to attend.