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Managing the State’s Most Valuable Resource
Kansas has an active program with a long history charged with managing our precious water resources. At the May 1 Tuesday Topics, Janelle Phillips of the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s division of water resources, will introduce you to the division of water resources and its activities. An optional lunch will be available for $10 at 11:30. The program, which is free and open to the public, begins at noon at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library. Add this event to your calendar
The shift from winter to spring and back again is being termed Sprinter by some. Using that term….I think that Sprinter describes our launch into Spring by the League of Women Voters Topeka- Shawnee County. A fast start was evidenced by the Annual Meeting with an attendance of 52 members and 3 guests. It was a weighty meeting that dealt with issues including by-law changes to make way for our League to pursue a 501(c)(3) designation. We learned at the meeting that we are blazing the trail for the state League and other local Leagues on this issue. Read entire letter.
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