May 04, 2010 –
MAYETTA: Spring is finally here and some employees and volunteers were photographed recently sprucing things up. Also included are some shots of nature.
Volunteers from the Firekeepers Elder Center put on a new coat of paint on the ball park bleachers located near housing cluster #3. The elders have been holding fund raisers so that they can do community projects like the one above as a way to say thank you to the PBPN community.
A new building sign went up in front of the Government Center last week that drew a crowd while it was being installed. Crews from Road & Bridge and Construction/Maintenance did the work. Holding the sign on the right is Jake Rodewald and kneeling, left, is B.J. Jones.
The sign as it now appears.
Workers on the Firekeeper Golf Course are staying busy.
A new bison calf scampers across the pasture as taken from 150 Road today. Several calves have been born this spring.
Alan “Boney” Pahmahmie displays some of the Morrell mushrooms he found. Morrell mushroom hunting is a favorite rite of passage each spring in northeast Kansas.
Prairie Peoples Park a couple of weeks ago.
The Apple Orchard off of K Road when it was in full bloom.
Monarch butterfly in the orchard.
Close up of the trees that were in bloom last week in front of the Government Center.