Daily Life News (6-19-19)

BPL hosts programs for 50th Anniversary

Burns Public Library will have craft days for all ages from 5-6 p.m. on Mondays.

Reading time up through 8th grade from 10:30-11 a.m. on Fridays through July 19.

Come in for more info or call 620-726-5717.

Commodities available in Marion Co.

Government surplus commodities will arrive at senior centers in Marion County on Wednesday, June 19.

Each site will distribute them according to their own schedule and may not distribute on the same day. Check with your local site for distribution schedule. Lehigh residents pick up commodities at Main St. Ministries in Hillsboro.

If there are no commodities left at your site please call the Marion County Dept. on Aging 620-382-3580 to find out where commodities are available.

The commodities are available to persons who are income eligible and should be picked up from your local distribution site. This institution is an equal opportunity program.

To be eligible for commodities, your household’s total monthly income must be below

1 $1,354

2 $1,832

3 $2,311

4 $2,790

5 $3,269

Effective May 1, 2019 For each additional family member add $479.

Cox Family Benefit Fund Established

The Cox Family Benefit Fund has been established at Emprise Bank in Hillsboro, KS.

This fund has been established to assist Demetrius and Ciara Cox of Hillsboro, with the various expenses, which they have had or will have as a result of the death of their son, Demarius Cox.

Demarius Cox passed away on Friday morning June 7.

Contributions will be greatly appreciated.

MPL to host program for 50th Anniversary

Dean Armstrong will be presenting a program to Honor the 50th Anniversary of the landing on the moon,

Sunday afternoon, June 30th at 2 p.m. at the Marion City Library, in the Santa Fe Room.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

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