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A friendly competition during Rosewood Miracle Workers AKTION Club’s community drive resulted in an abundance of coloring books and crayons being donated to St. Francis Ministries in Great Bend. Rosewood AKTION Club members donated 383 coloring books and 341 boxes of crayons to St. Francis on Dec. 20, following the AKTION Club’s fall community drive.

The coloring books and crayons will be utilized by children served by St. Francis, which provides foster care and integration services for families in Barton County.

“This is so awesome; We really appreciate it,” said St. Francis representative Sandy McMullen, when the collection of coloring products was delivered. “We’ll definitely put them to good use through the year.”

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The coloring book drive turned into a fun competition as AKTION Club sponsor Frankie Pelster challenged her members, as well as Rosewood employees to generate donations for the drive. Community donations were counted in the AKTION Club’s collection, while Rosewood employees in Day Services, Residential and Administration each collected coloring books and crayons for their respective teams. Day Services eventually won the competition, accounting for 170 coloring books and 118 boxes of crayons. Those numbers outpaced AKTION Club’s donation counts by 62 more coloring books and 23 more boxes of crayons.

“We challenged our AKTION Club members and our Rosewood employees this year with a friendly competition and it took off,” said Rosewood AKTION Club sponsor Frankie Pelster. “Day Services is the winner of this year’s AKTION Club Challenge Trophy, but the way I look at it, our AKTION Club members are the winners because they got to organize and participate in a very successful community effort that will put smiles on foster children’s faces when they receive a coloring book and a box of crayons in the coming year. We are grateful to the community and Rosewood employees for contributing so much to our fundraising effort.”

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Rosewood AKTION Club is an affiliate of the national Kiwanis organization that promotes service in action for people with developmental disabilities. The area club allows Rosewood representatives to be actively involved in the community and to positively impact the lives of others.

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January 1, 2020
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Story by: Michael Dawes, director of PR, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Rosewood AKTION Club Delivers Nearly 70 Blankets from Community Drive to Help Children]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/aktion-club-blanket-drive-donation12-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/aktion-club-blanket-drive-donation12-19#When:16:40:00Z Rosewood Miracle Workers AKTION Club received tremendous support from its fall blanket drive to benefit children within the community. On a sunny Friday morning on Dec. 20, members were able to deliver nearly 70 blankets and quilts to two local entities who serve children in need. Rosewood AKTION Club donated blankets to Family Crisis Center and to the Barton County Health Department.

“Our community stepped up in a huge way to support this drive,” said Rosewood AKTION Club sponsor Frankie Pelster. “Our club members worked extremely hard organizing this drive, but we are overwhelmed with the support we received in providing the gift of warmth to children this holiday season. We know both organizations will find good homes for the blankets.”

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Family Crisis Center has received other blanket donations this holiday season, but executive director Joanne Wondra said there can never be enough blankets donated to support those affected by domestic and sexual violence in the organization’s 10-county area. During the past three months, especially, all shelters have been full and the blanket supplies have depleted quickly, she said.

“We certainly appreciate your kindness because blankets are comfort for our children,” Wondra told Rosewood AKTION Club members. “Every child who comes into here leaves with a blanket and other necessary items. We need blankets all the time, and I know that our children will love and appreciate them.”

Along with other blankets donated to Barton County Health Department, six baby quilts were donated that were made by Rosewood Services’ sewing class.

“This is so wonderful,” said Public Health Nurse Debra Higgins as she held one of the donated quilts. “Part of our job at the Health Department is that we follow our mothers through their pregnancy and we present parents with a blanket for their newborn. These donations are much needed and we can’t thank you enough.”

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Rosewood AKTION Club is an affiliate of the national Kiwanis organization that promotes service in action for people with developmental disabilities. The area club allows Rosewood representatives to be actively involved in the community and to positively impact the lives of others.

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Dec. 30, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, director of PR, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Rosewood Employees Awarded for Combined 115 Years of Service]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/rw-service-awards12-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/rw-service-awards12-19#When:21:25:00Z Thirteen Rosewood Services employees achieved milestone work anniversaries in 2019. They were recognized during the employee Christmas party this month, representing a total of 115 years of service.

Rosewood employees reaching 20 years of service this year were Andy Hammond and Judy Shelton. Achieving 15 years of service was Linda Burton. Janice Folkerts and Kenneth Shelton were each recognized for 10 years of service. Kendra Beakey, Dan Haselhorst, Juanita Heinrich, Amy Kilwein, Ashley Mallow, Melissa Swift, Patricia White and Tandy Webb were each awarded plaques for five years of service.

“The large group of employees we recognize this year represents longevity and consistency in providing supports and care to those we serve,” said Rosewood Services Executive Director Tammy Hammond. “I appreciate each and every one of them for the efforts they give everyday in making a positive difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities.”

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December 27, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, Rosewood PR Director, 620-792-2536
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2019-12-27T21:25:00+00:00
<![CDATA[Great Bend Cookie Contest Raises Record Amount in 11th Year]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/food-bank-cookie-contest-donation12-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/food-bank-cookie-contest-donation12-19#When:17:36:00Z Great Bend Cookie Contest organizers donated $865 on Monday to the Community Food Bank of Barton County, located at 3007 10th Street. The donated proceeds came from the 11th Annual Great Bend Cookie Contest that was held during Small Business Saturday last week, involving 170 cookie judges venturing throughout 24 business locations to taste cookies and vote for the best cookie in town.

With a suggested donation of $5 each, record participation by judges netted the largest donation given from the annual contest to the food bank.

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The donation was gladly received Monday afternoon by a bustling crew of ten food bank organizers and volunteers who were busily taking care of those in need of food, and restocking shelves. Food donations have increased the past few months, said food bank board vice president Bob Essmiller. That’s a testament to the generosity of individuals, churches and businesses, he added. But he knows that keeping the food bank stocked takes a continued effort.

“We’re in great shape right now because we’ve had some large food drives come in recently, and thank you to our generous community for that,” said Essmiller. “But January is typically one of our busiest months, and after a few months, we will be in short supply once again. This money will help to supplement food items when donations slow down for us.”

Community Food Bank operates under the auspices of the Barton County Association of Churches and is organized to distribute food to Barton County residents in crisis situations. The food bank serves more than 7,000 people a year, averaging approximately 600 people a month, and is reliant on community donations and volunteers to keep its doors open.

“There are a lot of people behind the scenes who do a tremendous job,” said Dan Haselhorst, who has volunteered at the food bank for the past five years. “There are as many as 80 volunteers a month, and some of them have been here for more than 15 years. It takes a lot of dedicated people to make this work.”

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December 5, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, PR director, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Sweet Dreams Candy Shop Wins Great Bend Cookie Contest]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/sweet-dreams-wins-cookie-contest12-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/sweet-dreams-wins-cookie-contest12-19#When:16:21:00Z First time was a charm for new Great Bend business Sweet Dreams Candy Shop. The downtown business, which opened only two months earlier, earned distinction last Saturday as this year’s Great Bend Cookie Contest winner. It unseated three-time Cookie Contest Champion A440 Music by one vote.

This year’s winning cookie was a caramel stuffed snickerdoodle, which is the secret recipe of Sweet Dreams owner Skylar Meeker. She chose the scrumptious cookie knowing that there would be amazingly delicious cookies to taste among the 24 business locations competing in the 11th annual contest that happens the Saturday following Thanksgiving. Adding to the pressure, she was also competing against family members at Mr. Olsen’s Natural Solutions, another new Great Bend business. Mr. Olsen’s gave her a good run, finishing this year in third place, just five votes shy of Sweet Dreams.

“It was exhausting, but a good experience for us,” said Meeker about her business’s initial involvement with the annual cookie contest. “I enjoy baking, so it was fun for me. The hardest part was choosing what cookies I was going to bake from the recipes I have.”

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Despite nearly 40-mile-per-hour wind gusts in an otherwise pleasant morning and afternoon, 170 cookie judges ventured throughout the 24 locations to taste cookies and vote for the best cookie in town. A donation of $5 was suggested for all participating judges, with the collected proceeds going to the Community Food Bank of Barton County to help feed those in need during the holiday season and beyond.

The annual cookie event has grown in popularity over the years. For the second straight year, the event sold out, even with 30 extra bracelets compared to last year. Next year, organizers have plans to increase participation to 250 to account for the growing popularity of the event.

The cookie contest has become a post-Thanksgiving tradition for families and friends, and it has helped to draw extra traffic into Great Bend stores during Small Business Saturday. Meeker said she was pleased with the amount of foot traffic that came through her store, with many of them also being shoppers.

“I was surprised at the turn-out of people for the cookie contest,” she said. “We had people in the store who had not been in our store before, so that was nice to see. And we probably had half, if not more, stop and buy something while they were here for the cookies.”

As part of the festivities, cookie contest businesses also donated prizes, which were awarded to cookie contest participants during a drawing that took place following the evening’s Home For The Holidays Parade.

“I’m amazed at how much interest the cookie contest has generated over the years with businesses and with people wanting to participate,” said Great Bend Cookie Contest organizer and Rosewood Business Development Director Anna Hammond. “It is more fun-raising than fund-raising and its success has been a benefit in many aspects: entertainment and cherished memories for shoppers and family members, increased store traffic for retailers, and just as important, generous contributions to our community’s food bank. It is an event we will continue to build on in the coming years.”

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December 3, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, PR director, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[‘Santas Around The World’ Exhibit Open Through December 22]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/open-season-for-santas-exhibit12-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/open-season-for-santas-exhibit12-19#When:22:29:00Z {image_1}

Twenty-four life sized Santas, representing countries and regions from around the world, appear in a winter wonderland of lighted trees and festive holiday décor in downtown Great Bend. The exhibit, known as “Santas Around the World,” is now open to the public at 1223 Main Street. Additionally, Santa Claus will be present at the location to visit with children during the same hours that the “Santas” exhibit is open to the public.

The public can visit the international Santa display from 4-6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, and from 1-6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. People can schedule appointments outside of those hours by calling Christina at the City of Great Bend (620) 793-4111. The Santa exhibit will be on display through Dec. 22.

There is no charge to visit the exhibit, but a free will donation is suggested to provide funds to Rosewood Roots & Wings Foundation, as well as to provide a payment to Great Bend’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program for helping to man the booth through the season. Roots & Wings provides therapeutic, educational and recreational opportunities to people in need who have developmental disabilities.

The multi-cultural Santas are a collection that span five years of work and artistry by Great Bend artist Loretta Miller. The Santas have gained state and national recognition since their creation. Arts & Entertainment Network even featured Miller’s Santas in a 2003 holiday special, titled “Ultimate Holidaytown USA.”

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For more information, contact Sue Cooper, Rosewood Roots & Wings Foundation, 620-796-2242

December 2, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, director of PR, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[‘Santas Around The World’ Exhibit Opens Saturday Through December 22]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/open-season-santas-exhibit11-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/open-season-santas-exhibit11-19#When:22:59:00Z {image_1}

Twenty-four life sized Santas, representing countries and regions from around the world, appear in a winter wonderland of lighted trees and festive holiday décor in downtown Great Bend. The exhibit, known as “Santas Around the World,” will be open to the public at 1223 Main Street, starting at approximately 6:30 p.m., following the Home For The Holiday Parade and the Mayor’s Christmas tree lighting in Jack Kilby Square. Sana Claus will also be available to visit with children.

Following Saturday’s events, the public can visit the international Santa display from 4-6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, and from 1-6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. People can schedule appointments outside of those hours by calling Christina at the City of Great Bend (620) 793-4111. The Santa exhibit will be on display through Dec. 22. Santa Claus will be present at the location to visit with children during the same hours that the “Santas” exhibit is open to the public.

There is no charge to visit the exhibit, but a free will donation is suggested to provide funds to Rosewood Roots & Wings Foundation, as well as to provide a payment to Great Bend’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program for helping to man the booth through the season. Roots & Wings provides therapeutic, educational and recreational opportunities to people in need who have developmental disabilities.

The multi-cultural Santas are a collection that span five years of work and artistry by Great Bend artist Loretta Miller. The Santas have gained state and national recognition since their creation. Arts & Entertainment Network even featured Miller’s Santas in a 2003 holiday special, titled “Ultimate HolidayTown USA.”

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For more information, contact Sue Cooper, Rosewood Roots & Wings Foundation, 620-796-2242, SueC@rosewoodservices.com

November 26, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, director of PR, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Rosewood AKTION Club Seeking Coloring Books and Blankets Through Dec. 15]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/aktion-coloring-blanket-drives11-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/aktion-coloring-blanket-drives11-19#When:14:47:00Z Donations go to community children

Rosewood Miracle Workers AKTION Club is coming down to the wire with two fund drives it is holding to benefit children within the community. Club members are asking for involvement from the area community to help with a big finish.

The AKTION Club is sponsoring a Coloring Book and Crayon Drive. It’s also sponsoring a Blanket Drive. Both drives end on Dec. 15.

“We’ve been conducting both of these drive for the past few months, and now we are nearing the finish line with both efforts,” said Rosewood AKTION Club sponsor Frankie Pelster. ”Our AKTION Club members have been working hard to complete both of these drives and they appreciate the involvement by the community to help them finish strong. They are looking forward to giving these wonderful gifts to children in need this Christmas.”

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People can drop off coloring book and crayon donations, along with monetary donations for the purchase of coloring books and crayons. They can also drop off new blankets, quilts, and homemade blankets, along with monetary donations for the purchase of new blankets. All donated items can be delivered to one of three locations in Great Bend: Rosewood Furniture Gallery, 1607 Main; Rosewood Employment Network Office, 1105 Main, Suite A; and Rosewood Services Administration Office, 384 N. Washington. 

Upon completion of the drives, club members will deliver the blankets to two area organizations: Family Crisis Center, and Barton County Health Department. They will deliver coloring books and crayons to Saint Francis Community Services.

Making the coloring book and crayon drive extra interesting this year, Rosewood AKTION Club is in a friendly competition with Rosewood Services employees to see which group can raise the most items. So far, Rosewood AKTION Club is in a tight race with the Rosewood Day Services team. Any community donated items for that drive will go toward the AKTION Club count.

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Rosewood AKTION Club is an affiliate of the national Kiwanis organization that promotes service in action for people with developmental disabilities. The area club allows Rosewood clients to be actively involved in the community and to positively impact the lives of others.

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For more information, contact Frankie Pelster, Rosewood AKTION Club sponsor, Employmentspecialist@rosewoodservices.com, 620-603-6502

Nov. 26, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, director of PR, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Saturday’s Great Bend Cookie Contest Sure to Be Festively Sweet]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/gb-cookie-contest-advance11-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/gb-cookie-contest-advance11-19#When:17:44:00Z Did someone say cookies?

Know how to curb a sweet tooth along with getting your holiday shopping fix? Head to Great Bend this Saturday to shop local retail stores and support Small Business Saturday. That’s where you’ll be able to participate in the 11th annual Great Bend Cookie Contest, being held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Great Bend Cookie Contest allows people to sample cookies from 24 participating business locations, and vote for the best cookies in town.

A donation of $5 is suggested for all participating judges. The collected proceeds go to the Food Bank of Barton County to help feed those in need during the holiday season and beyond.

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To be a judge for the cookie contest and vote for your favorite cookies, stop by Cookie Headquarters at Rosewood Furniture Gallery, 16th and Main in downtown Great Bend, to pick up a cookie box and voting bracelet. All votes to be counted must be returned to Cookie Headquarters by 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Besides getting to tame their sweet tooth and having a say in retail cookie bragging rights, Cookie Contest judges have a chance to win prizes during drawings that will take place at approximately 6:30 p.m. Saturday, following the “Home For The Holidays Parade” in downtown Great Bend. Drawing winners must be present at the band shell of Jack Kilby Square in order to win prizes. Following prize drawings, the winner of the Great Bend Cookie Contest will be announced.

Businesses participating in this year’s Great Bend Cookie Contest are Rosewood Furniture Gallery (Cookie Headquarters), 10th Avenue Boutique, A440 Musical Instruments, Beautiful Beginnings Boutique, Bling, Buckle, Dilly & Doc Creative Studio, Euphoria Dance Centre, Forever Young (Kids Resale), Great Bend Coffee, Heart of Kansas/Ms. Pretty Pickles, Kustom Floor Designs, Office Products Inc., Mr. Olsen’s Natural Solutions, Rana Luna Boutique, Renue Salon and Spa, RePerks Coffee Shop, River of Life Church, Rosewood Bargain Barn, Rosewood Wine Cellar, Sears Hometown Store, Sweet Dreams Candy Shop, That Hipster Place, and The Wright Place Downtown Flea Market.

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November 25, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, PR director, Rosewood Services, 620-792-2536, MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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<![CDATA[Rosewood’s Cale Experiences Dream of Falconry]]> http://rosewoodservices.com/site/cale-falconry-feature11-19 http://rosewoodservices.com/site/cale-falconry-feature11-19#When:15:48:00Z {image_1}

Great Bend’s Jeremy Cale can spend hours immersed in the world of raptorial birds,  observing them in the sky, watching documentaries about them, and even viewing them in photographs. He knows a lot about birds of prey, having spent a lifetime studying them. As a nature artist, much of his art even reflects his fondness for the magnificent creatures. He is currently in the process of sculpting a beautiful, full-sized Golden Eagle statue.

“I’ve been interested in raptors and falconry my entire life,” said the 38-year-old. “It fits with everything I love about nature, and creating art around nature is my one true purpose in life.”

Cale is different than most artists in one respect. He lives with Asperger’s Syndrome, an autism-related developmental disorder, which creates challenges for him in life, but enhances his gift of seeing the world through a different artistic lens. For more than 19 years, Rosewood Services has been with Cale, helping him to balance his life with his focus and passion for art, so that he can live independently.

Earlier this week, Rosewood Services CEO Tammy Hammond, who is also Cale’s guardian, helped him experience the remarkable world he has only observed from afar for more than three decades. The North American Falconry Association was in Great Bend for its annual field meet. That gave Cale a chance to be around a few hundred falconers from as far away as Holland and Australia. He also got to closely observe approximately 70 birds on perches, a combination of different types of eagles, hawks and falcons.

Cale spent much of Monday at the weathering yard on 9th street between Madison and Monroe in Great Bend. Falconers used the yard to stage their birds in preparation for a hunt. Cale communicated with some of the falconers, finding out more about the birds and the sport.

On Tuesday, Hammond arranged for about a dozen falconers to hunt their birds at Rosewood Ranch, five miles north of Pawnee Rock. Cale tagged along observing the activity as the birds hunted rabbits, pigeons and sparrows.

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“On a scale of 1-to-10 with 10 being the greatest ever, this experience has been a full 10 for me,” Cale expressed after his second day interacting with the falconers and their birds. “It was wonderful for me to be around this environment the past two days and actually talk with the people who do this as a way of life.”

“The yard was more conversation where at the ranch, I got to see the birds in action and I had more interaction with the birds,” Cale continued. “They were both great experiences, but they were two completely different experiences that I will never forget as long as I live. Falconry has always been something I’ve wanted to do at least once in my life, and I got to finally realize a lifelong dream this week.”

One of Cale’s most memorable experiences was when Ryan Anthony, a falconer and wildlife biologist form Bettendorf, Iowa, gave Cale his glove and perched a Northern Goshawk on Cale’s wrist. A nervous moment to be sure, but Cale said it was a moment he was ready for.

“I wasn’t that nervous; I was just happy to be able to do something that other people may never get a chance to experience, having a bird of prey perched on my arm,” explained Cale. “When I had that hawk on my arm, it felt like it should have been that way for a long time; that I should have a bird like it on my arm as a falconer.”

Cale said his goal is to one day become a falconer, even though he realizes the stringent regulations, including an apprenticeship under a licensed falconer that can take two years to accomplish in order to become a General Class Falconer. It takes a minimum of seven years to achieve the standing of Master Class Falconer in order to fly the big birds. Cale said his only aim is to achieve his General Class Falconer license.

“Most falconers’ ultimate goal in life is to go for the biggest bird they can get, but I would be very satisfied with a Red-tailed Hawk,” Cale explained. “They are my spirit animal, they are native to the area, and they are such beautiful birds to watch fly and hunt.”

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November 22, 2019
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Story by: Michael Dawes, Rosewood PR Director, 620-792-2536
MichaelD@rosewoodservices.com

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