Sunday, April 13, 2008

Live from Greensburg, Kansas

LISTEN LIVE: THE LONGEST WALK 2 visits GREENSBURG
By Joni Tucker

GREENSBURG, Kansas -- Walkers will be spending that evening and the following day of the 14th touring Greensburg with GreenTown representative Alanna Goodman.
Some highlights will include dinner Sunday evening with Greensburg residents, meeting The Green Club high school students, viewing progress of 5-4-7 Art Center, and visiting with GreenTown Chairman Wylan Fleener.
For more information regarding The Longest Walk check out their website at http://www.blogger.com/ plus Northern Route information for photos and news articles at http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com/ and for the radio web cast at http://www.earthcycles.net/
http://www.547artscenter.org/
A SELF SUSTAINING COMMUNITY
House Representative Dennis McKinney will be here Monday morning to meet the walkers, as well as other city officials and guests. The walkers will take a tour of the town that day.

THE LONGEST WALK 2 visits WICHITA
Walkers arrive directly from Kingman to the Mid America All Indian Center for City events. DAY 1 - April 16 5 pm – 6:30
Walker Welcome Reception at MAAIC with dignitaries . 6 30 - 7 30
Meal and Forum 7 30 - 830 Gourd Dance and Intertribal Dance
DAY 2 - April 17
stay all day at retreat for open house- community meet/greet.
Mid America All Indian Center
650 N Seneca, Wichita, KS
316-262-5221
Riverview Retreat Center
5225 N Sullivan, Wichita, KS
316-838-6230


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