Kansas Explorers Club
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KSF Director Marci Penner #2 and #4867 Virginia Hagin who discovered Pop's Place last year and alerted us so we could let others know.
#838 Jill Gustin and #2 having fun at Pop's Place. Jill, her husband, daughter and friend traveled from Carbondale to enjoy Pop's Place.
Dave Boyd, his wife and friend performed at Pop's Place in Alma on June 21. Dave Boyd and Friends, from Holton, have also performed at the Kansas Sampler Festival.
A visitor to Pop's Place rolled the window down so his canine friend could enjoy the festivities too!
First time grandpa, Ron Klataske, rocked his granddaughter Olympia in time to the music.
The crowd grew and spilled out into the street at the live musical concert at Pop's Place in Alma. Pop's is owned by Explorer #4990, Linda Craghead.
Young Kansas Explorers sporting their Explorer shirts at Pop's Place.
The new Kansas Explorers Club lawn chairs were perfect for the Pop's Place outdoor event. Check them out in the merchandise section!
Marci Penner listens to the music with #4867 Virginia Hagin's young son.
Pop's Place in Alma is a great place for ice cream treats and owned by Kansas Explorer, #4990 Linda Craghead!
New Explorer #5088, Cheryl Darbro, from Topeka made time to come to Alma to hear the live music at Pop's Place!
Meg Perry, owner of the Blackberry Mercantile in Oak Hill, pop. 35, began the "Middle of Nowhere Fair" in 2007 and 500 people came! It was even bigger and better in 2008!
Wool spinner at the Middle of Nowhere Fair in Oak Hill, June 2008.
Meg Perry, sports her "Middle of Nowhere Fair" in her store, the Blackberry Mercantile located in NC Kansas in Oak Hill, pop. 35.
#5, Lynda Fort and #711, Criss Mayfield had a fun time at the Middle of Nowhere Fair in Oak Hill in June 2008.
#27, Susie Haver, looks over the offerings at a booth displaying products the Middle of Nowhere Fair in Oak Hill.
978 Arapaho Rd. Inman, KS 67546