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Faith, family and Little League baseball in Webb City

Pastor Scott Smith from the Webb City Ministerial Alliance stops by the KOAM studio to talk about the upcoming Faith and Family event. Here are the details:

  • The event takes place on June 2nd at 7:30 pm.
  • KC Wolf from the Kansas City Chiefs will make an appearance.
  • Food trucks, fireworks and t-shirt giveaways.
  • Come on out to King Jack Park Heartland Baseball for a fun-filled, family evening.
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Larry Spahn rolls into the KOAM studio to talk about the Heart of the Heartland museum.

Larry Spahn rolls into the KOAM studio to talk with Michael Hayslip about the Heart of the Heartland museum complex. The Heart of the Heartland is located in the former mining community of Carona, Kansas. The museum features a number of restored railroad locomotives, and is dedicated to providing railroad histories, short excursion train rides, and motorcar excursions. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Located 6769 NW 20th St, Scammon (KS), 66773
  • Open the first and third full weekends of June, July, and August.
  • Open 11 am to 5 pm, or by appointment

Go to facebook.com/HeartoftheHeartlandsTrainClub or Heartlandstrainclub.org for more information

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Jasmine Kyle talks about doghouses for a great cause

Jasmine Kyle sat down with Tawnya Bach to talk about doghouses, but not just any doghouses. Fifth graders from the Lakeside elementary designed, built and painted doghouses solely for the shelter to auction off. Here are the details:

  • April 29th
  • 5pm until 7pm
  • 4th and Broadway in front of the Brick + Mortar restaurant
  • 22 doghouses up for auction
  • All proceeds go to benefit the SEK Humane Society
  • Shelter animals will be present for the event

You will want to bid on a doghouse of your own when you see the amazing job the Lakeside kids did!

Jasmine Kyle is the director of the SEK Humane Society. You can contact the shelter at 620 232-1840 or by clicking on this link: SEK Humane Society

Other articles about the SEK Humane Society:

Jasmine Kyle shows off a furry friend

Jasmine Kyle introduces a furry friend looking for a forever home

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Bright Futures Joplin pits first responders against each other for a good cause

Bright Futures Joplin pits first responders against each other for a good cause known as Guns & Hoses. This year’s competition takes place on the basketball court and proceeds go to help provide scholarships to the children of fallen Joplin police officers. Tickets are free for children and students of Joplin High School, and adults pay only $5 at the door for this worthy cause.

Here’s what you need to know about the event:

  • April 30th
  • Joplin High School, 2104 Indiana, Joplin, MO
  • Doors open at 5:30 pm
  • Tip-off starts at 7 pm

For more information about Bright Futures Joplin, call 1-417-625-5200 or go to brightfuturesjoplin.org

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Wildcat Wednesday: Food safety and fermentation

The pair touched on such topics as food preparation and avoiding food contamination. They also discussed the role of heat, pickling times, choice of containers, types of salt and more. For more information, you can contact either Holly Miner or James Coover at www.ksre.k-state.edu.

You can reach Holly Miner at haminer@ksu.edu or 620-331-2690, or James Coover at jcoover@ksu.edu or 620-724-8233.

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How To Live Well In Just Eight Easy Steps

Lindsey Stevenson from the Missouri Extension Office talks to Michael Hayslip about how to live well in just eight simple points. Those points are:

  • Mental
  • Social
  • Emotional
  • Spiritual
  • Financial
  • Occupational
  • Environmental
  • Intellectual

She encourages people to start small and manageable and work their way into a full and regular practice. Remember to make time for practice every day!

Lindsay Stevenson can be reached at the following phone number for more information: 417-682-3579

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Chef Anthony Prepares Mussels Pasta

Chef Anthony Fischer brings the heat to the KOAM studio with a recipe for mussels pasta. Chef Anthony brought the following ingredients:

  • 4 BAY LEAVES
  • 1 POUND SMALL MUSSELS, SCRUBBED AND DEBEARDED
  • 3 TABLESPOONS EXTRA-VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
  • 4 LARGE GARLIC CLOVES, MINCED
  • 1/2 TEASPOON CRUSHED RED PEPPER
  • 1 TABLESPOON FRESH LEMON JUICE`3/4 POUND ARTISANAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI OR LINGUINE
  • SALT
  • FRESHLY GROUND PEPPER

Chef Anthony Fischer teaches culinary lessons at Pittsburg High School.

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Pittsburg High School Theatre: previous shows, what’s to come

PITTSBURG, Kan. – The Pittsburg High School Theatre department stops by the studio to talk about their previous shows and what they have left in their season. They closed recently on their Mama Mia! show that was held earlier in February. Other shows they did this year includes Little Women the Musical, Macbeth, and Breakfast with Santa.

You can still support the theatre department to help kids get to the International Theatre Competition. PHS’s theatre department is holding a donation event called the Spring Cabaret. It will be on April 29th at 7 pm. They also are holding an event that lets their drama club perform for fun called the Spring Repertory on April 21st through the 23rd at 7 pm.

For more information, you can contact Caitie Almond at the high school at 620-235-3200 or by email at calmond@usd250.org.

You can find more on the USD250 website here.

 

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Chef Anthony Fischer prepares grandma’s chicken dumpling soup

Chef Anthony Fischer prepares grandma’s chicken dumpling soup. This super easy recipe takes about 30 minutes to prepare! All you need is:

  • 2 Qts. Chicken Stock
  • 2 Small Diced Onions
  • 1 Cup Small Diced Carrots
  • 1 Cup Small Diced Celery
  •  2 Chicken Leg Quarters — Pulled and Shredded
  • 2 Cups Fresh or Frozen Egg Noodles
  • 1 Tablespoon White Roux

Chef Anthony Fischer teaches culinary lessons at Pittsburg High School.

 

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Jesse Gilmore talks cutting and caring for fresh flowers

Jesse Gilmore, an agent from the K-State Extension Office, talks to Michael Hayslip about cutting and caring for fresh flowers. Jesse is in charge of horticulture and you can reach him at https://www.ksre.k-state.edu