May 24, 2013
Cheryl Collins to give lecture 'May the Circle be Unbroken: K-Staters in Sunset Cemetery'
Meet us at Sunset Cemetery.
As part of K-State's nine-month celebration and more specifically the 150th Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture Series, Cheryl Collins, director of the Riley County Historical Society, will present the lecture "May the Circle be Unbroken: K-Staters in Sunset Cemetery" from 12:15-12:45 p.m. Wednesday, May 29, at Manhattan's Sunset Cemetery.
The group will meet at the east main entrance off Sunset Avenue. Please do not park on the main paved road or on the grass. You are welcome to park on any side gravel roads without blocking through traffic.
This lecture, as will all 150th brown bag lunch and lectures, is free and open to the public. Bring your lunch and be part of history.