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Mar
9
Mon
Frankfort & Marysville Student Art On Display @ Lee Dam Center For Fine Art
Mar 9 – Apr 28 all-day
Frankfort & Marysville Student Art On Display @ Lee Dam Center For Fine Art | Marysville | Kansas | United States

A competitive show of work by art students from Frankfort and Marysville high school is the current exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art. The show was hung by students and their teachers, Joni Steffes of Frankfort and April Spicer of Marysville. An award reception was held Sunday, March 8th, at the Center.

Frankfort students exhibiting work are:
Allee Duitsmann, Allison Rose, Abra Shirley, Cheyenne Perry, Draven Martin, Desi Bolin, Marie Wessel, Makayla Rogers, Matt Stoddard, Whalen Kokoruda,Ivey Black, Kaylie Jenkins, Jase Suther, Ryan Kraushaar, Brad Fox, and Riley Ahlvers.

Marysville students exhibiting work are:

Caleb Kemplay, Madeline Moore, Chloe Cudney, Natalie Marquardt, Lindsey Dankenbring, Lexi Stech, Casey Cohorst, and Logan Beckmann.

Work includes clay sculpture, pottery, batik, oil, watercolor, acrylic, pencil, graphite, scratchboard, pen, ink, coffee, charcoal, and pastels. Scholarships for Best in Show as judged by two professional artists were awarded to a student from each school, along with a People’s Choice award.

The show will continue through April 28th. The Lee Dam Center for Fine Art is open to the public free of charge from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturdays, and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sundays.

Mar
28
Sat
Community Easter Egg Hunt @ Marysville City Park
Mar 28 @ 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Community Easter Egg Hunt @ Marysville City Park | Marysville | Kansas | United States

SAT., MARCH 28 • 1 PM at Marysville City Park for children ages 2-9
VISIT WITH THE EASTER BUNNY, TOO!
Sponsored by Marysville Kiwanis Club, Ryan Smith Financial Services, Landoll Lanes, and Pizza Hut

Free Easter Movie “Home” @ Astro 3 Theatre
Mar 28 @ 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Free Easter Movie "Home" @ Astro 3 Theatre | Marysville | Kansas | United States

After the hunt, join us for the FREE EASTER MOVIE Sponsored by Sons of the American Legion, Landoll Corporation, Blue Valley Tele-Communications, and Ryan Smith Financial Services For more info, Call Ryan Smith at 785-713-1521 – 2 pm & 4 pm at Astro 3 Theatre

Axtell K of C All You Can Eat Boiled Shrimp and Porkchop Dinner @ Axtell American Legion
Mar 28 @ 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Axtell K of C All You Can Eat Boiled Shrimp and Porkchop Dinner @ Axtell American Legion | Axtell | Kansas | United States

The Axtell Knights of Columbus Council 1163 will host their annual All You Can Eat Boiled Shrimp and Smoked Pork Chops Dinner on Saturday March 28, 2015 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. Adult tickets: $15.00 in Advance, $17.00 at Door
Children (6-12) tickets: $7.00 in Advance, $8.00 at Door

For Tickets contact Craig Ronnebaum 785-268-0393, Bill Buessing 785-736-2390 or any Axtell K of C member. Tickets also available at Peschel’s Food Mart, Henry’s Retail Liquor, CJ Express, Hometown Lumber

All Proceeds to Benefit Various Charities

Mar
29
Sun
Country Top 40 | FM 95.5 @ FM 95.5 KNDY
Mar 29 @ 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Country Top 40 | FM 95.5 @ FM 95.5 KNDY | Marysville | Kansas | United States

Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic.

“I love the music and the people who make it,” he says, “and I want our listeners to have as much insight into both as it’s possible to give them, and to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.”

The Bill Miller Show | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY
Mar 29 @ 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
The Bill Miller Show | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY | Kansas | United States

The Classic Radio Variety Show Plays Each Sunday on KNDY AM 1570/FM 94.1

What is now known as the Bill Miller Shows began nearly 40 years ago in Pittsburg, Kansas. That’s where Jim Harbart and Gary Hannes came up with a concept for Sunday morning programming that would begin as a local record show called the Wax Works. The foundation for the early Wax Works shows was a collection of old 78 rpm records donated to radio station KSEK. Harbart (the station owner) and Hannes (station program director) found an instant audience for their version of nostalgia radio.

The local and regional success of the show led to syndication of the show with KJLA in Kansas City the first to air same.

About the same time of Wax Works beginning days boy announcer, Bill Miller was toiling away at the “mighty 690” KGGF in Coffeyville, Kansas an hours drive away from Pittsburg. Miller heard a WAX WORKS broadcast and called Hannes to comment on a song that Hannes played. The long-time friendship began and expanded when Miller and Harbart worked together in the Kansas Association of Broadcasters trade organization. Fast forward to 1988 when Harbart sold the Wax Works syndicated program to a broadcast group in Emporia, Kansas. At that point in time, Miller took over the operations portion of Wax Works with Hannes continuing as the show’s host.

In 1990 Hannes moved to old Mexico and turned the Wax Works reins over to Miller, Hannes continued to provide weekly features for the show that he began. The show moved from Emporia to Kansas City (Bill’s hometown) in 1993. In 1995 the show’s home base became Olathe, Kansas with a name changes Wax Works was now Bill Miller’s Collectors Corner. An ownership change and a new name for the show followed with The Bill Miller Show emerging as the entity that it has today. Some four decades after Jim Harbart and Gary Hannes launched their dream, Jim has passed on and Gary (living in Guanajuato) still contributes to the show.

Herb’s Country Classics | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY
Mar 29 @ 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Herb's Country Classics | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY | Marysville | Kansas | United States

Join Herb Hoeflicker each Sunday as Herb plays classic country music on AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY.

Mar
30
Mon
The Bulldog Report @ FM 95.5 KNDY
Mar 30 @ 5:20 PM – 5:35 PM
The Bulldog Report @ FM 95.5 KNDY | Marysville | Kansas | United States

Tune in to hear The Bulldog Report every Monday at 5:20 p.m. The Bulldog Report gives a snapshot of the activities that are happening in the classrooms at Marysville High School.

Apr
5
Sun
Country Top 40 | FM 95.5 @ FM 95.5 KNDY
Apr 5 @ 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Country Top 40 | FM 95.5 @ FM 95.5 KNDY | Marysville | Kansas | United States

Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic.

“I love the music and the people who make it,” he says, “and I want our listeners to have as much insight into both as it’s possible to give them, and to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.”

The Bill Miller Show | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY
Apr 5 @ 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
The Bill Miller Show | AM 1570 & FM 94.1 @ AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY | Kansas | United States

The Classic Radio Variety Show Plays Each Sunday on KNDY AM 1570/FM 94.1

What is now known as the Bill Miller Shows began nearly 40 years ago in Pittsburg, Kansas. That’s where Jim Harbart and Gary Hannes came up with a concept for Sunday morning programming that would begin as a local record show called the Wax Works. The foundation for the early Wax Works shows was a collection of old 78 rpm records donated to radio station KSEK. Harbart (the station owner) and Hannes (station program director) found an instant audience for their version of nostalgia radio.

The local and regional success of the show led to syndication of the show with KJLA in Kansas City the first to air same.

About the same time of Wax Works beginning days boy announcer, Bill Miller was toiling away at the “mighty 690” KGGF in Coffeyville, Kansas an hours drive away from Pittsburg. Miller heard a WAX WORKS broadcast and called Hannes to comment on a song that Hannes played. The long-time friendship began and expanded when Miller and Harbart worked together in the Kansas Association of Broadcasters trade organization. Fast forward to 1988 when Harbart sold the Wax Works syndicated program to a broadcast group in Emporia, Kansas. At that point in time, Miller took over the operations portion of Wax Works with Hannes continuing as the show’s host.

In 1990 Hannes moved to old Mexico and turned the Wax Works reins over to Miller, Hannes continued to provide weekly features for the show that he began. The show moved from Emporia to Kansas City (Bill’s hometown) in 1993. In 1995 the show’s home base became Olathe, Kansas with a name changes Wax Works was now Bill Miller’s Collectors Corner. An ownership change and a new name for the show followed with The Bill Miller Show emerging as the entity that it has today. Some four decades after Jim Harbart and Gary Hannes launched their dream, Jim has passed on and Gary (living in Guanajuato) still contributes to the show.