Daily Life News (6-20-18)

‘Movie Mondays’ offers final show

Hillsboro Young Profes­sionals and the Hillsboro Recreation Commission are having a final “June Movie Monday” June 25 to raise funds for the Hillsboro Com­munity Plaza splash pad project.

The final movie, “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” will be shown at 1 p.m.; the Hillsboro High School auditorium doors open at 12:45 p.m.

HERO clinics in Burns and Peabody

Healthy Eating, Rural Opportunities (HERO) of Marion County, and Kansas Appleseed, will host two food assistance application clinics Saturday, June 23, in Burns and Peabody.

Volunteer advocates will be available to help attendees start, complete or finish the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) application and provide confidential help.

“In Kansas, the average food benefit per household is $247, which can be a game-changer for families,” said Joey Hentzler, Kansas Apple­seed director of advocacy.

The first clinic is from 9 a.m. to noon at the Burns Community Center, 101 N. Washington Ave., and the second clinic is from 2-6 p.m. at the Hub in Peabody, 118 N. Walnut St.

SNAP helps 254,000 Kan­sans, or one in 11 people, put food on the table. Half are working families and 75 percent have children.

The clinics are free and open to the public, and snacks and refreshment will be provided.

For more information, contact Becky Nickel at hero.marionco@gmail.com or call 620-951-4022.

Free food safety seminar June 28

The Kansas Department of Agriculture: Focus on Food Safety, in partnership with the Marion County K-State Research and Exten­sion Office, offers a free seminar designed to help food service workers focus on safely preparing, cooking, holding and storing food.

The voluntary course is designed to help identify basic steps to help prevent food-borne illness.

The program will be offered two different times. Session 1 will be 3-4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 28, in the Marion Community Center. Session 2 will be from 7-8:30 p.m.

RSVP to the Marion County K-State Research and Extension Office by phone at 620-382-2325 or by email at tcope@ksu.edu.

Four-garden tour set for June 24

The public is invited to participate in a garden tour from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, June 24. Proceeds will benefit the Hillsboro Community Plaza Project.

Four gardens will be on the tour: Weber home at 806 W. Grand Ave.; Morford home at 116 Floral Drive; Klein home at 303 N. Adams St.; and Smith home, 312 West D St.

The suggested donation for the tour is $5; infused water and lemonade drinks will be served by donation.

Garden tour participants will receive a VIP shopping pass/discount at Serenity Gardens.

HRC offers football camp for youth

The Hillsboro Recreation Commission and Devin Metzinger, Hillsboro High School head football coach, will provide a football camp July 9-11 for youth going into first through eighth grade at Joel Wiens Stadium.

Assisting will be the HHS coaching staff and players July 9-11. The fee is $25 and each camper will receive a shirt.

Times of the camp: 6-7 p.m. for first through fourth grade, and 7-8 p.m. for fifth through eighth grade.

Campers will be instructed on basic fundamentals, rules of the game and terminology used by the high school program.

The registration deadline is June 25 or the first 100 participants, whichever comes first.

HRC programs now have online registrations at https://hillsboroks.recdesk.com/Community/ Home. You will be able to register for this activity on any computer, tablet or smart phone as long as you have a credit card or check card.

For more information contact: Doug Sisk at 620-947-3490 or email to: recreation@cityofhillsboro.net.

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