Radon Risk in Kansas program offered in Sabetha on Feb. 20

Kansas State University is offering residents an opportunity to learn more about the radon risk in their area on Feb. 20. Brian Hanson, the Kansas Radon Program Coordinator at K-State, will be on hand to visit with attendees at the Glacial Hills Business Resource Center, 913 Dakota Street, Sabetha, Kansas.

A light meal will be served at 5:30 p.m. and the program will start at 6 p.m.

Please contact the Meadowlark-Oskaloosa Extension office at 785-863-2212 or the Brown County Extension office at 785-742-7871 to register.

The meal is provided for free to all participants registered by Feb. 19. Sponsors include the Meadowlark District Extension, Brown County Extension and the Glacial Hills Business Resource Center.