Chase County Schools third grader Violet Sparrow won $75 when the commissioners chose her photo from the county fair contest to be displayed at the new county building. Sparrow received her award during the county building open house last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

4-H Extension Educator and Unit Leader Debbie Kuenning shows a group the meeting room at the county building open house last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

Good turnout for county building open house

County employees and commissioners enjoyed cookies and coffee with the public last week in Chase County’s newest building.
Kuenning, the 4-H Extension Educator and Unit Leader for Chase and Perkins Counties, guessed that 50-60 people came to the open house last Friday morning.
“We were very pleased with the turnout,” Kuenning said. “It was a really good day and we welcome anybody back.”
Kuenning and fellow Extension Office employee Connie Griess were the organizers of the event.

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