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Wichita City Council District 6 candidates

Wichita City Council District 6 candidates

The Save Century II committee presented a forum of candidates for Wichita City Council District 6. There are six candidates. The primary election is August 3, 2021, and the two candidates with the most votes advance to the general election on November 2, 2021. (more…)
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From Pachyderm: Kansas House candidates

From Pachyderm: Kansas House candidates

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Republican Party Candidates for Kansas House of Representatives District 85. The primary election is August 4, 2020. The winner will run against the Democratic Party nominee, with the general election on November 3, 2020. District 85 is parts of northeast Wichita, the city of Benton, and parts of Bel Aire and Kechi. Here is a link to a map. The candidates are Michael Capps and Patrick Penn. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on June 26, 2020. Shownotes: Map of district 85. Michael Capps on Facebook Patrick Penn on Facebook
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Dr. Willie E. Scott, Jr. on the Power of Unity

Dr. Willie E. Scott, Jr. on the Power of Unity

Dr. Willie E. Scott, Jr., Executive Director of Wichita United, speaking on "The Power of Unity." By John Todd Dr. Willie E. Scott, Jr. the Executive Director of Wichita United, presented an exceptional program at the Park City Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting this month titled, “The Power of Unity”. In a presentation tailored to business owners, Dr. Scott hit a home run with our Chamber of Commerce group. By offering an “invitation to partner” with them, he effectively demonstrated how business owners who embrace diversity and inclusion in their business and employment hiring practices, can create an expanded customer…
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From Pachyderm: Sedgwick County Commission Candidates

From Pachyderm: Sedgwick County Commission Candidates

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Republican Party Candidates for Sedgwick County Commissioner District 3. The primary election is August 4, 2020. The winner will run against the Democratic Party nominee, with the general election on November 3, 2020. District 3 is Wichita and Sedgwick County extending beyond, including the towns of Mount Hope, Andale, Goddard, Garden Plain, Cheney, and Viola. Here is a link to a map. The candidates are David Dennis and Hunter Larkin. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on June 19, 2020. Shownotes: Map of district 3. David Dennis campaign website: vote4daviddennis.com Hunter Larkin campaign website:…
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From Pachyderm: Sedgwick County Commission Candidates

From Pachyderm: Sedgwick County Commission Candidates

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Republican Party Candidates for Sedgwick County Commissioner District 2. The primary election is August 4, 2020. The winner will run against the Democratic Party nominee, with the general election on November 3, 2020. District 2 is south and southwest Wichita, and Sedgwick County extending beyond. Here is a link to a map. The candidates are Kathleen Garrison, Cindy Miles, and Michael O'Donnell. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on June 12, 2020. Shownotes: Map of district 2. Kathleen Garrison campaign website: kathleen4commissioner.com Cindy Miles campaign website: electcindymiles.com Michael O'Donnell campaign website: www.michaelforkansas.com
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From Pachyderm: Leader Dan Hawkins

From Pachyderm: Leader Dan Hawkins

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Kansas House of Representatives Majority Leader Dan Hawkins. Representative Stephen Owens provided the introduction. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on January 17, 2020.
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From Pachyderm: Save Century II

From Pachyderm: Save Century II

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Speakers promoting the saving of the Century II convention and performing arts center in downtown Wichita. Speakers were, in order of first appearance, Greg Kite, Dean Bradley, and Celeste Bogart Racette. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on November 1, 2019. There is other material on this topic: On Facebook: Save Century II The website Save Century II Video: Save Century II public meeting from October 22, 2019
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New Symposium Society: Language Matters

New Symposium Society: Language Matters

From the New Symposium Society: Language Matters. Recorded October 15, 2019. Panelists were, in order of their first appearance: Russell Fox -- moderator John Brungardt -- philosopher Bill Coleman -- linguist Dion Lefler -- journalist Bob Weeks -- publisher For more information on this event, see Language Matters.
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From Pachyderm: Wichita school board candidates

From Pachyderm: Wichita school board candidates

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club this week: Candidates for the board of USD 259, the Wichita public school district. This was recorded October 4, 2019. In board district 3, incumbent Ernestine Krehbiel is running unopposed, so this event did not include that district. In board district 4, the candidates are James W. Kilpatrick, Jr. and Stan Reeser (incumbent). For the at-large board district, which covers the entire school district, the candidates are Sheril Logan (incumbent) and Joseph Shepard. Of note, the boundaries of the Wichita school district are not the same as the City of Wichita boundaries. Substantial parts of…
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The History of the Wyandotte Nation in Kansas and their Park City connection

The History of the Wyandotte Nation in Kansas and their Park City connection

From the Park City Chamber of Commerce. Chief Billy W. Friend is Chief of the federally recognized Wyandotte Nation located in Oklahoma. He has 20+ years of diverse leadership and management experience in the Native American Community. Chief Friend has served the Wyandotte Nation in multiple capacities including as Director of Health Services, Director of Human Resources, Chief of Staff and Second Chief. He currently serves as the President of Wyandotte Gaming Enterprises and President of Wyandotte Technologies. Under Chief Friend’s leadership, the Wyandotte Nation economically has grown to over 800 employees, with gross revenues of tribal enterprises producing over…
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From Pachyderm: Representative Roger Marshall

From Pachyderm: Representative Roger Marshall

From the Wichita Pachyderm Club this week: Dr. Roger Marshall, United States Representative for the first district of Kansas. He recently declared his intent to run for the United States Senate in 2020. This audio presentation or podcast was recorded on September 13, 2019. The recording starts shortly after Marshall started speaking. Shownotes Roger Marshall Congressional Office Kansans for Marshall
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From the New Symposium Society: Capitalism and Socialism

From the New Symposium Society: Capitalism and Socialism

The New Symposium Society held a public forum on the topic “Capitalism and Socialism” on the campus of Friends University on August 20, 2019. Audio from the event is below. One participant remarked that the forum provided a format that led to a “remarkable exercise in polite public discussion that is unusual in these hyper-politically charged times.” Another participant commented, “I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation with truly diversified, intelligent, polite participants.” A special thank you is in order to New Symposium trustee Bob Love for his masterful job of acting as the informal “catalyst” in facilitating the meeting discussion. He…
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