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Brisket Feed at Mulvane
On Wednesday, October 19 from 11am to 3pm the Mulvane Math and Science Club held a free Brisket Feed for students. Many thanks for Uwe Conrad who prepared the delicious brisket for the sandwiches. The Mulvane Math and Science Club served 36 pounds of brisket!
Barbecue Lunch at Mulvane
On Wednesday, October 13 from 11am to 3pm the Mulvane Math and Science Club held a free Barbecue Lunch for students. The club realizes how hard students work during the semester and wanted to reward them during the middle. Many thanks for Uwe Conrad who prepared the barbecue meat for the sandwiches. The Mulvane Math and Science Club served 80 sandwiches!
Oktoberfest at Mulvane
On Tuesday, October 4 from 11am to 3pm the Mulvane Math and Science Club held their annual OktoberFest. The club would like to thank all of our customers! We raised $63.00. The club is raising money through activities to remodel part of Mulvane West to create a lunch area for students.
The club would like to extend a special thanks to our chef Uwe Conrad who delivered some fantastic polish sausages, sauerkraut and pretzels with cheese sauce.
Math and Science Club Bridge Contest
The Math and Science Club sponsored a bridge contest where students could design a bridge using the West Point Bridge Designer Program. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the event. A special mention goes out to the naming of the teams including "99 Probs But A Bridge Ain't 1,” "Minus Nein Bridges Road,” and many more clever names. It is a yearly tradition that is enjoyed by many students. Our winners of the 2016 contest are:
1st place Rocco Ybarra (Banjo)
Congratulations to all the winners! A special thank you goes out to Uwe Conrad who donated the prizes for the contest.
"Hot Legs in the Hall" event raised money for Math & Science Club.
Pies in the faces for Pi Day
The Mulvane Math and Science club celebrated PI Day early on March 9.? Students had been voting with "spare change" on which of the three instructors: Ryan Doom, Uwe Conrad or Chad Killblane would receive a pie in the face.? A frito pie chili feed was also held to raise money.? read more
Douglass High School students tour Cowley CTE program
Wanting to learn more about programs offered in Cowley College’s Career and Technical Education Department, students from Douglas High School had an opportunity to tour the school’s facilities. The students are interested in Cowley College’s CTE programs at the school’s Mulvane Center. The students range in age from freshmen to juniors and plan to attend Cowley’s automotive or welding programs.“They were very interested in both programs and I expect most of them to come back starting next fall,” Joe Clasen, Career and Technical Education Department Chair said.
Phi Theta Kappa Mulvane Students Raise $479 for Upcoming Conference
All you can eat chili for the price of a can of food
On Wednesday, December 9 from 11:30am to 2:00pm the Mulvane Math and Science Club offered an "all you can eat" chili feed. The price was a can of food. The food was then donated to the Methodist Church food drive. The club would like to thank everyone who participated in the event and our chef Uwe Conrad! He prepared the delicious chili.
November Food Drive!
Mulvane Math and Science Club celebrates Veterans' Day
Math and Science club's October Fest raised $70
The Mulvane Center Math and Science club held their annual October Fest on the 7th. The club offered unlimited polish sausages and sauerkraut to students for only a dollar. With a large number of students participating they were able to raise $70 which will fund their annual field trip. The club would like to extend a special thanks to our chef Uwe Conrad who delivered some fantastic polish sausages and sauerkraut. Unfortunately nobody performed a traditional dance but Uwe Conrad and Chad Killblane sang together to honor OktoberFest.
The State of Kansas will pay tuition so high school students can take the fast-track toward earning a degree, certificate, industry-recognized credentials, or work-ready skills. read more
See what’s happening in Mulvane!
Shakespeare In The Park
“Hamlet” - Sunday Sept. 6 @ 7:00 p.m. – Mulvane Main Street Park
Wichita Shakespeare Company is a not for profit theatrical organization based in Wichita, Kansas. It is our mission to provide quality, free of charge performances of Shakespearean plays in a setting that is accessible, and provide an opportunity for those interested in working in the arts to develop their skills through practical application. WSC presents the Shakespeare in the Park series each summer.
Mulvane Old Settlers - tradition for 142 years!