• Haven Eggstravaganza

    6th Annual Haven Pride EGGSTRAVAGANZA

    Meet the Easter Bunny!

    Saturday April 19th, 2014

    Cost: $3 per person or $10 per household.

    Time: 9:00 – 11:00 am

    For more info call Erin Peterson at 620-465-2647

    Door Prizes Will Be Awarded @ 10:40 am!

    Before your kids hunt for eggs on the football field, bring them to the High School Commons for breakfast, crafts, and to take a picture with the Easter Bunny!!

  • Tenawa

    Tenawa Breaking Ground In Haven

    Above: Haven officials and Representatives from Tenawa.  From Left: Billy Eschete, Harland Priddle, Jim Nunn, Jessica Hoskinson, Greg Ameringer, Jason Ball and James Schlickau.

    Tenawa is a natural gas processing plant.  Construction of the processing plant is located south of the Haven Panhandle Eastern facility on Kent Road.  This location was chosen because of 3 different pipelines that run through this area.  The pipes run from Texas through Oklahoma.  The plant will process 1.3 billion cubic feet of gas a day.  The process will cool the gas and extract various liquids, which will be sold to different industries.

    The plant will start construction soon and will create 12 to 15 new jobs for the area when completed.

    Greg Ameringer (Tenawa representative)

    Greg Ameringer, president of Next Generation Processing LLC, of Houston, Texas and Harland Priddle from Haven.






    More information can be found in the March 27 edition of the Clarion.

  • Dollar General (bigclassaction)

    Haven Possible site for Dollar General

    Haven City meeting concluded with a report from Administrator Allen Blake.  He reported that a real estate company has inquired about Haven as a possible site for a Dollar General store.   The real estate company is looking into the cost of utilities in our area.   No further information was given at that time.  This article can be found in the March 20th addition of the Clarion.

    Photo Credit: bigclassaction.com

  • Red Lawnmower


    K-State Research & Extension – Reno County, Reno County Extension Master Gardeners, Downtown Hutchinson Kiwanis Club and Dillon Nature Center are again hosting the Youth Lawn Mowing Clinic for youth in grades 3 to 9. The three hour clinic will be held on the evening of Tuesday, April 8 from 6:00 pm to 8:45 pm at Dillon Nature Center.
    There is no fee to attend the clinic, as registration costs are sponsored by the Hutchinson Kiwanis Club, but preregistration is required and due by Wednesday, April 2. Registration can be done by contacting the Reno County Extension Office located at 2 W. 10th, South Hutchinson or by calling 620-662-2371.

    Clinic sessions include:

    Types of Grasses.  Cool and warm season grasses have different growing characteristics, are mowed at different heights and require different care.
    Safety.  How to handle a power lawn mower safely is emphasized strongly in the clinic.
    Lawn Mower Maintenance.  Preventative maintenance and understanding engine parts and their functions can prolong the life of a power mower.
    Obtaining a Job.  Included will be advice on how to start  and manage a lawn mowing business, and how to find customers.

    At the end of the clinic, participants will receive a certificate of completion and a set of calling cards to give to potential customers.

    Photo Credit: bestlawnmowerstore

  • spaghetti (Cookingclassy)

    Haven Baptist Church Youth Fundraiser Spaghetti Dinner

    Teen spaghetti dinner and handmade craft and dessert auction.  Sunday, March 23rd, 6:30 pm.  Haven Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.   Doors open at 6:30 pm.  Dinner is by donation & will be served from 6:45 to 7:45 pm.  The craft & dessert auction will begin at 7:45 pm and will continue until all items have been auctioned.

    All proceeds help the teens go to camp!  One camper’s fee is $155.  Help them get there!

    Photo Credit: Cookingclassy

  • Village pf Exeter

    St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Pancake and Sausage Benefit Supper

    Pancake and Sausage Supper to benefit the Rick Nall Family to help with their considerable medical expenses.  The event is hosted by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Haven, Men’s group  who will be serving fluffy pancakes, sausage, eggs, drinks and desserts.  A free-will donation is appreciated.  The event will take place at St. Paul’s Lighthouse on the west side of Haven on March 16 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.  Matching funds have been applied for from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.

    Photo Credit: Village of Exeter

  • American Red Cross Month

    American Red Cross Blood Drive at St. Paul Lutheran Church

    Support the Red Cross, help patients by giving blood

    March is Red Cross Month 

    WICHITA, Kan. — Across the country, the American Red Cross is reminding communities that March is Red Cross Month. In the U.S., nearly 5 million patients need blood transfusions every year. By making an appointment to give blood this month, eligible donors can help the Red Cross meet patient needs.
    “The Red Cross relies on the support of the American public to provide all of the services we offer,” said Patricia Quinn, CEO of the Red Cross Central Plains Blood Services Region. “By giving blood, you support the Red Cross and help patients in need.”
    March was initially declared Red Cross Month in 1943, when then-President Franklin Roosevelt reminded Americans the Red Cross is committed to providing blood products, disaster relief and emergency social services across the U.S. and internationally.

    Upcoming blood donation opportunities:
    Haven Community
    Monday, March 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at St Paul Lutheran Church, 8513 E. Arlington Rd., Haven, KS  67543

    How to donate blood
    Simply call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver’s license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements.

    About the American Red Cross
    The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross.


  • Haven High School FFA

    Haven High School FFA Pancake Feed Benefits Ronald McDonald House

    Haven High School FFA put on a pancake feed for Community Appreciation at the Haven Senior Center Saturday night.  Every year the FFA Club chooses a benefit to raise money for.  This year they chose the Ronald McDonald House in Wichita.  The students worked hard this year by selling fruits and meats as a fundraiser for the club.  The sausage that was served was a product from that fundraiser.  Due to the great response by the community they were able to fund this dinner.  All free will donations went to the Ronald McDonald House.











    From Left Back Row: Bethany Simon, Riley Waggoner (Sentinel), Daniel Simon, Alek Royer, Patrick Hartung, Mary Fishburn (Vice President), & Garrett Laughlin.
    Front Row: Kolton Kincaid (Reporter), Annemarie Wortz (President), Cordell Waggoner, Kai Peirce, Conner Peirce (Historian), Katie Schrag (Treasurer), & Fawntana Henkle.

    Other Club Officers: Jake Kentzler (Secretary) & Cody McKinnis (Parliamentarian).

    2013-2014 Club members

    Seniors: Mary Fishburn, Cody McKinnis, Jordyn Moore, Zach Sykes, Katie Schrag, Shawn Tubbs, Brianna Whisenhunt, & Annemarie Wortz.
    Juniors: Tallen Boyer, Derrick Hull, Jacob Kentzler, Kolton Kincaid, Taylor Nelson, Tana Nisly, Tarin Oller, Daniel Simon, Zach Teter, & Riley Waggoner.
    Sophomores: Jared Chamberlain, KC Jenkins, Kevin Nisly, & Connor Peirce.
    Freshmen: Bailey Brawner, Alyssa Coffey, Shiann Combs, Noah Frederickson, Samantha Gills, Haley Harner, Patrick Hartung, Fawntana Henkle, Garrett Laughlin, Kai Peirce, Alek Royer, Ashton Schlickau, Scott Schmidt, Bethany Simon, & Cordell Waggoner.

    Back By Popular Demand!
    Blue & Gold Meat Products—Available Now! Contact an FFA Member or Mrs. Williams for information.
    cwilliams@havenschools.com or (620) 465-2585, Cash & Carry. Limited Quantity Available!
    Sausage ($6, 2  1/2lbs), Bacon ($14, 3  1/2lbs), & Chicken Tenders ($18, 5lbs).  Thank You!

  • Here comes Santa to Haven

    Here Comes Santa Claus To Haven

    What a Great Success!

  • Welcome Home

    Welcome Home Kolton!

                      Support from Team K helps Haven teen come home.

                    Click Here For Video Link To KWCH-TV

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