In Case You Missed It—April 10, 2020

Here’s a rundown of the most popular posts from our Facebook and website pages from this week, just in case you missed them!

NEW KANSAS SOCIAL DISTANCING RACES ANNOUNCED

A local Garden City man continues his marathon training, even after his race has been postponed due to COVID-19.  He’s organized a “virtual” marathon for anyone to participate in, to take place on April 25, 2020.  Read the full story here:

Garden City Public Schools Makes Changes To Grab-and-Go Program

Garden City Public Schools made some changes to the Grab and Go meal program, being offered across the district to provide school lunch during the continuous learning plan. Parents will now be issued a permit to pick up meals, easing the requirement for the child/ren to be present to get a meal. Read the full story here:

BAA donates snack baskets to St. Catherine Hospital

The Broncbuster Athletic Association donated baskets of goodies to St. Catherine Hospital this week.  View the full story here:

Great Plains MakerSpace Doing Their Part to Lend a Hand during COVID-19

Great Plains MakerSpace has organized a local work group to help offset the need for PPE and other equipment.  Donations are being accepted and a Facebook group has been organized for those interested in helping. View the full story here:

GCHS Drama Department Nominated For 12 Jester Awards

GCHS was notified to this week that they have been nominated for 12 Jester Awards for the musical Newsies! The awards are presented by The Music Theatre of Wichita. View the full story here:

There’s the top stories of the week. We hope you enjoy your weekend! Stay healthy and safe and HAPPY EASTER!