The Salvation Army might have to pull out of Arkansas City because its building is in the process of being sold, according to two members of the Salvation Army board of advisors.
The building that the Salvation Army currently operates out of, located at 318 N. Summit St., apparently will be torn down eventually to build a fuel center for Dillons, board members said they were told.
The board members did not want to be named because the deal has not been made final, and they were not authorized to discuss it.
Here’s hoping all works out well. I’m more inclined to donate to the Army than I am to the Red Cross – simply because the Federal Government has made the Red Cross an arm of the gov.
I’m setting in for a couple of days of racing. Not every week we get so many laps anymore.
Having said that, the following race is pretty abusing just thinking about it:
EMPORIA, Kan. — Rick Becker rode away from the starting line outside the historic Granada Theater at 6 a.m., the day just beginning to break in the scenic Flint Hills. By the time he crossed the finish line 17 hours
Have you ever seen the seat on those bikes? I mean, really? I dream of the old motorcycle seats; wide, deep and comfortable. Not those safe ride things they have now.
The calves remain looking healthy. Renter brought feed today and was impressed. He knows I look after the stock, but was still surprised, with no cover, how well the animals are fairing.
Had to tell him that if he brought healthy stock, I’d do my best to keep them that way. This bunch, he’s decided, will join his breeding herd. I have all heifer’s. A mix of fall and winter calves. He is being sensible about the breeding program and won’t try to breed these until next spring.
That should give him some stronger stock. Only one of this bunch has short front legs, but she is a white face/limo mix, and looks very strong. A bit of a mask on her and no eye problems evident.
Stay well, drive safe and enjoy the BBQ is possible.
From the reaches,