“Chat-Fest on the Trails”
Saturday, June 10th, 2016, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm
Kramer Hall at the First Baptist Church
324 East Shawnee, Gardner, Kansas
To All Distinguished Citizens of Gardner, Edgerton,
Gardner/McCamish Townships and USD #231
You are cordially invited to the “Chat-Fest on the Trails”, to continue the fellowship that we have all enjoyed annually since the Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2007. This event is open to all those who want to chat with other Distinguished Citizens about area & family history.
Dust off your Distinguished Citizen Buttons from previous years, if you have them. New ones will be available for those who would like one.
Light refreshments will be provided by the Gamma Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Displays, pictures and videos provided by the Gardner Historical Museum and Museum souvenirs will be available for sale. Church histories will be highlighted during this event.
We are excited to see you at this event, which is in conjunction with Gardner’s “Festival on the Trails”. Visit the Museum’s “Life on the Trails” event & exhibit before or after the “Chat-Fest”, as it will be open 10:00 to 4:00 on the day of the Festival. Visit the Museum’s web site, www.gardnerhistoricalmuseum.com, for more information.
Questions?? Please call Shirley Brown-VanArsdale at 913-226-7941 or Phyllis Thomen at 913-856-7134.
See you there! Be sure to bring your relatives & friends!
“Chat-Fest on the Trails” Committee:
Shirley Brown-VanArsdale, Phyllis Thomen, Marcia Gay, Sharon Kramer,
Mayrene Norris, Joan Taylor, Bettie Turner, Mary Whitaker, and Nancee Rankin
First Baptist Church
Meadowbrook Rehabilitation Hospital
Casey's General Store
Winters Chiropractic Center
Gardner Disposal Service
Water District 7
First Presbyterian Church
Spencers Music Room
Festival on the Trails
Second Weekend in June