Rotary Youth Leadership camp offered to students
Students from Beloit High School recently toured the cadaver lab at Cloud County Community College (CCCC) in Concordia. Shown are, from left to right: Hannah Burks, Hayley Burks, Laney Clark, Caleigh Hewitt, Abigail Laflen, Bailey Foulke, Nicole Emerson, Avery Johnson, Elisa Hiserote, and Jessica Meier. Back row: Courtney Roberg, Remi Stroede, Trista Boeve, Sage Schwemon, Abby Vetter, Hudson Gray, Truse McQueen, Tristan Armstrong, Hanna Pearson, Chance Eck, and Ryan Isbell.
MANKATO – Playing off of the YouTube video released in Nov. 2019 from YES Theory that garnered four million views, Jewell County Community Development made a submission for the county to be considered for the Home and Garden Television (HGTV) show, Home Town Takeover.
BELOIT – The High Plains Sunflower Committee, Kansas Sunflower Commission and K-State Research and Extension are together hosting four sunflower production schools from February 25-27. The schools will comprise of hot topics on sunflower production, including new innovations in sunflower production, planting, fertility, weed control, and insect control. In addition, representatives from the industry will review recent hybrid plot results and marketing opportunities.
Well known artist, Jim Nelson, took his talent to the next level as he recently taught a drawing class at the Lincoln Art Center in Lincoln. Nelson says he has always wanted to be a painter since he was 14 years of age, after seeing the famous Rembrandt paintings at a museum. His art can be seen in various places in Beloit including a painting at Bubba Q’s restaurant and a dedicated piece at the Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems (MCHHS) of the late Dr. Douglas Drake.