Ft. Riley/Junction City/Manhattan Session
July 23-25, 2014

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
    Check In: Comfort Inn, 1020 Hostetler Drive: click here for hotel map
    Choose between these three pre-session activities & RSVP below: (Dress: Very Casual)

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                Option A: Golf at Manhattan Country Club: 10:30AM tee time
1531 N. 10th, Manhattan Ks 66502

MCC was founded in 1916 and was only the 6th country club in Kansas.
In 1923 it was expanded from 9 to 18 holes- again being one of the first 18 hole courses in Kansas.
Enjoy a great day of golf on the top of Manhattan!
                        Read more about MCC at http://www.themanhattancountryclub.com
Cost to play is $70.56 for lunch, drinks, green fees & cart
Please RSVP for Golf here by 07/18
(rsvp to ? @lk.com


                Option B: K-State's Mariana Kistler Beach Museum Tour & Strecker-Nelson Art Gallery: 1:30 PM
KSU Campus, 701 Beach Lane, Manhattan, Ks.

Looking for a cool venue this summer?  Think anew about visiting the Beach Museum of Art on the K-State campus. A stroll
through our relaxed, cool building will encourage reflection about your personal experiences, sense of place, and the world
of knowledge.
We have several new exhibitions you don't want to miss: Quiet Symmetry: The Ceramic Art of Yoshiro Ikeda
Goodnight Moon: Selections from the permanent collection
Konza: Sculpture by John Powers The Marianna Kistler Beach
Museum of Art is focused on collecting, studying, caring for, and presenting the visual art of Kansas and the region.

1:30PM:Tour of the Museum. Website: beach.k-state.edu
  3:00PM: Wine & Cheese reception at the Strecker-Nelson Art Gallery
406 Poyntz, Manhattan, Ks www.strecker-nelsongallery.com
. Please RSVP for Art Tours here by 07/18
(rsvp to ? @lk.com)

Option C: Ft. Riley Historical Walking Tour 1:00PM

Visit Ft. Riley's Historic Main Post featuring tour of Colonel's row housing
including the Ghost Tour, Custer House and Ft. Riley Museum.
Please RSVP for Ft. Riley Tour here by 07/18



5:30PM: Reception, Tour & Dinner at the new Flint Hills Discovery Center (website & map)  Dress: Casual
                Welcome & Program on Manhattan Area 101 & local issues: Lyle Butler (LK'82), Chamber President and Ron Fehr (LK'97), City Manager
                The Kansas Trivia Game-
Entertainment provided by Dave Lewis: sponsored by Bill Muir '89
                Facility donated by Flint Hills Discovery Center, Dinner sponsored by Kansas Farm Bureau & KFB Fin Svcs, Reception sponsor: Manhattan Chamber/CVB

Thursday, July 24, 2014:  Dress: Casual

       7:45:  Eat hotel breakfast before we leave for the Junction City Opera House
       8:30:  Impact of the Military on the State of Kansas and local communities- John Armbrust, Governor's Military Council Director
       9:00:  Military Partnerships- Wounded Warriors, KSU Family Support
       9:30:  Break
       9:55:  Regional Economic Development: Bill Clark

    11:00: Bus departs for Ft. Riley, Driving tour of Camp Forsyth military housing area- Linda Hoefner, Deputy Garrison Commander
    12:00: Lunch/Brief at 1st Infantry Division Headquarters: Welcome by MG Paul Funk
                Ft. Riley 101 Brief by Col. Cole, Garrison Commander
      1:00: Tour of the Warrior Training Campus: Skills trainer, Close Combat Tactical Trainer, MRAP Rollover, Static Displays
      3:00: Special speaker
      3:30: Topic du Jour
      4:15: Return to Hotel for personal time

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      5:45:  Depart for KSU West Stadium complex for cocktail, dinner, & program  Dress: Semi-Casual
                 Facilities donated by KSU Athletic Department, Dinner provided by Innovative Livestock Services LLC- Lee Borck, Reception sponsored by Intrust Bank
Program- The Economic Impact of College Sports Panel: Chad Weiberg, Deputy Athletic Director, Pat Bosco, KSU VP Student Affairs,
                      Karen Hibbard, Manhattan CVB, Ronnie Grice
      8:45:  Return to Aggieville (err Hotel)

Friday, July 25, 2014
                   Please check out of the hotel prior to departure:        
Dress: Semi-Casual


         7:30: Depart for International Grain Program Building: 1980 Kimball Ave.

         8:00: Welcome to KSU- April Mason Provost
                    Impacts of Research on Local, National and Global innovation:
                    Dr. Ron Trewyn, Barb Drolet, Jim Stack, narrated by Dr. Marty Vanier

         9:00: Tour Ks Wheat Innovation Center
    10:00: Break
       10:30: Global Food Systems
                    Kent Glasscock, Jackie McClaskey, Ernie Minton, Marty Vanier
       11:30: Kansas Is ...
       12:00: Return to the Hotel, box lunches available (provided by Landoll Corp), Class gifts doncted by Varneys

Other links of interest for your pre/post session research:
 This Session's Speaker List/Addresses                     LK14 Class Roster
 All about Ft. Riley       All about Junction City            All about Manhattan

Contact us:  Session Chair: Terry Holdren

Our sponsors:
  Geary County USD475, Varneys, Kansas Farm Bureau, Weis Real Estate-
Linda & Jerry Weis, Roger & Ann Fingland
Frontier Farm Credit, Intrust Bank, AT&T, The Trust Co of Manhattan, Kansas Wesleyan University,
Christian & Assoc RE, Pepsi Cola Bottling of Manhattan, City of Manhattan, Manhattan CVB,  Landoll Corporation
Discovery Center, KSU Athletics Dept, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Cardinal Insurance
(If we missed anyone, our apologies...let us know)
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