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  • Area events: Tuesday, May 7

  • Tuesday, May 7



    Sunflower Kiwanis


    Sunflower Kiwanis Club will meet at 6:45 a.m. for breakfast in dePaul Hall, Via Christi Hospital.

    A short business session will follow. Lindy Lawson, president, will open the meeting with the Kiwanis Defining Statement.

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  • Tuesday, May 7
    Sunflower Kiwanis
    Sunflower Kiwanis Club will meet at 6:45 a.m. for breakfast in dePaul Hall, Via Christi Hospital.
    A short business session will follow. Lindy Lawson, president, will open the meeting with the Kiwanis Defining Statement.
    Fred Foshag, club member, will introduce Dr. Victor Sullivan, who will present a slide show on moving the 20-ton Kansas  City Southern Engine 1023 from Schlanger Park to the Heart of the Heartlands Railroad Museum in March 2012.
    New Beginnings
    New Beginnings, a luncheon fellowship group for widows, will meet at 11 a.m. at the Corner Bistro.
    Anyone needing additional information may call Dee Montgomery at 231-2442 or 249-3899.
    Red Hat Belles
    Red Hat Belles of Arma will meet for lunch at 11 a.m. at Kyoto. There will e no hostess this month. Members should wear their red hats.
    Rotary Club
    Pittsburg Rotary Club will meet at noon in dePaul Hall, Via Christi Hospital. Program will be presented by Kansas  Attorney General Derek Schmidt.
    Tom Sims will give the invocation, and Jack Overman will serve as song leader. Cristy Mitchell will have introductions, and sergeant at arms will be Elias Tawil.
    Lions board
    Pittsburg Lions Club will have a board meeting at 6 p.m. in the Sheridan Room, Via Christi Hospital. Susan Faucett will preside.
    Elks bingo
    Pittsburg Elks Lodge will host bingo night, open to the public. Mini games start at 6 p.m., followed by regular games at 6:30 p.m.
    Super progressive is $1,122, and cake progressive is $292. Blackout is 60 numbers or less for $300. Pull tabs are available, and winners can win up to $250.
    Concessions will also be available for the public.
    SEK Conservative Group
    Southeast Kansas Conservative Group will meet at 6:15 p.m. at the Homer Cole Community Center.
    Special guest will be Patricia Stoneking, president of the Kansas State Rifle Association, state sanctioned affiliate of the National Rifle Association. She is an NRA certified training counselor, chief range safety officer and Refuse to Be a Victim Program instructor. She is the owner of Target Master Shooting Academy.
    Stoneking is the registered lobbyist for the KSRA and has always been very active in legislative and political affairs. She has led large grassroots movements and testified before the Kansas Legislature over the past eight years to successfully pass multiple pieces of  major legislation, including concealed carry and multiple improvements each year, Emergency Powers Protection, Second Amendment Protection Act, Public Building Security Act and a Kansas Constitutional Amendment securing the Second Amendment.
    She also serves on the Kansas Attorney General’s Advisory Council for Concealed Carry issues.
    Page 2 of 2 - ARMA TOPS
    ARMA — The ARMA TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets at 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays.
    Chapter meetings include private weigh-in, information on good nutrition, educational programs and moral support and encouragement to help members reach their weight loss goals.
    Annual membership is $28. Anyone interested in finding out about this chapter may call 620-347-4021 or 620-235-1790.  Those wishing to learn more about TOPS, a non-profit organization with more than 200,000 members worldwide, may call 1-800-932-8677 or visit the web site at www.tops.org.
    Arma bingo
    ARMA — Arma American Legion will have bingo night, starting with early bird games at 6:30 p.m. Regular games will follow immediately after the early bird games.
     
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