Compiled from newspaper files
10 YEARS AGO
june 26, 2002
Equipment at Marion Skate Park was installed June 19. Volunteers need about $1,300 to pay for the equipment. Total cost of the project is about $5,300. Contributions may be left at the city or chamber office.
After almost 30 years in the U.S. Postal Service, Bonnie Vinduska, currently postmaster at Florence, will retire Friday.
Kathleen Kelly, retired home economist for The Wichita Eagle, will present the program, “Bandana and More” at the July 6 meeting of the Chat and Dine Club.
June 16 was a great day for parishioners of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church, Pilsen, when the crucifix titled “Christ in Barbwire” once again was available for viewing at the church.
Don W. Hodson, M.D. will be honored July 7 with an open house at Marion Family Physicians in St. Luke Clinic. Dr. Hodson has been meeting the medical needs of persons in this area for 20 years and currently is chief of staff at St. Luke Hospital.
Marion County officials were notified this week that the county park and lake has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The official date was June 6. It was automatically placed on the Register of Historic Kansas Places.
Last modified June 20, 2012