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The children of Joe and Judy (Fisher) Haggard will be honoring their parents at a reception and card shower in honor of their Diamond 60th Anniversary at 4 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Cornerstone Christian Church Annex in Atlanta.

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Five generations of the Eshbaugh family recently celebrated with Betty Eshbaugh, center, at her church’s mother-daughter banquet. Betty, 93, is from Wichita. Others are, from left, Melanie Bolling, 48; Sue Watters, 71; Shelby Lindly, 6; and Kristin Andreae, 24, all of Winfield. Sue is Betty’…

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Mari Wallrabenstein, left, and Scott Schoon, right, both volunteers at Winfield Community Food Pantry, accept a check for $2,859 and 282 food items from Michael Ptaszynski, left, and James Jones, both of the Farm at Quail Valley. They raised the money and food through a disc golf tournament …

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Women for Kansas-Cowley County will hold their February meetup from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Feb. 8 at the City Hall Community Council Room, 200 E. Ninth Ave., in Winfield. The event is free and open to the public.

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South Central Kansas Kennel Club wants to meet the needs of dog owners by offering obedience classes for new dogs or puppies, or a longtime pet who needs more training.

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The Rev. Eugene and Mary Blake will observe their 60th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday with an informal come-and-go reception at their home, 2011 Kickapoo Road, in Winfield.

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Bobby Tipton will observe his 90th birthday on Jan. 30.

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It’s time once again for the Winfield Soroptimist women to peel potatoes, roll out and cut up noodles, soak beans and roll out pie crusts. Soup supper time is from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Jan. 27 at Baden Square.

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Southwestern College is host to a Martin Luther King Day celebration at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Messenger Recital Hall inside the Darbeth Fine Arts Center. The event is open to the public and there is no admission charge.

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The annual Winfield Area Habitat for Humanity soup supper is from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 23 in the fellowship hall of the First United Methodist Church at East 10th Avenue and Millington Street.

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Mary Gregory turns 90 this month. Friends are host to a surprise party for her from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Harvest Fellowship.

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The Walnut Valley Quilters Guild will meet at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 13 at the United Methodist Church, 2448 Edgemont Dr., in Arkansas City.

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Grandfather Mike Chamberland, great-grandmother Shirley Chamberland, Aubrey Chamberland, and father Kyle Chamberland pose for a four-generations’ photo at Thanksgiving in Moundridge. Shirley Chamberland is a Winfield resident. Mike Chamberland grew up in Winfield and now lives in Sedan. Aubr…

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Jack Boucher, of Burden, celebrated his 90th birthday on Jan. 1 with a party at the Burden City Building. More than 75 people from the area attended as did relatives from farther away. The party was hosted by Boucher’s three children, Jon, Jack and Kathy.

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Karen Deal, of Winfield, has been named recipient of a $2,500 grant from the P.E.O. Sisterhood’s Program for Continuing Education. Deal was sponsored for the international organization’s grant by Chapter HK, of Winfield.

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Ernie and Marie (Melugin) Tackett were married Dec. 27, 1959 at Maple City Community Church and have made their home in Winfield for the past 60 years. They have five children: Susan (Tom) Campbell, of Winfield, Steve (Debbie) Tackett, of Winfield, Gene (Rhonda) Tackett, of Winfield, Sheryl …

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Little Brother Elijah waited two years for the right Big Brother to come along. He has been matched with Wyatt Legler. Wyatt works for EDF Renewable. They plan to play some sports and go fishing. Many other boys have also been waiting for the right Big Brother to apply. To learn more, visit …

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From left, Cecily Shull, Lilly Seaton, MacKinley Rolf and Jocelyn Arndt sing during a Prairie Voices concert Dec. 6 at the Winfield Veterans Home.

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Soroptimist of Arkansas City met for an evening of food, games and giving on Dec. 11. They took part in a round of Family Feud, Christmas style and a “decorate a human snow-woman” competition.

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In appreciation of SCKMC’s Auxiliary members’ hundreds of hours of volunteerism, a Christmas luncheon was held Dec.10 in the Specialist Building’s meeting room.

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