William W. Baker of Lenexa, formerly of Lake Quivira, a former editor and president of The Kansas City Star Co., died at 88 years old. Continue reading Obituary – William W. Baker
Robert Allen Foust, Jr., 64, passed away January 19 at his home at Lake Quivira. A Celebration of Life will be held February 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Farmhouse Restaurant, 300 Delaware, KCMO. Continue reading Obituary – Robert Allen Foust, Jr.
By Amy Hinerman
I love snowy days! My favorite way to enjoy winter is to sit and watch television, glancing out the window and proclaiming my love for the season during the commercial breaks. Continue reading Adult Ice Skaters Should Take Extra Precautions, Hinerman Suggests
2009/2010 Membership Program
**Half Price Dues: Until May 1st, 2010** Continue reading Lake Quivira Membership Program for 2009/2010
By Giovanna Michaelis
The Great Plains Regional Future City Competition, sponsored by the nation’s professional engineering community, took place on January 23 at the University of Kansas with more than 200 middle school students from Kansas and Missouri. Future City is the nation’s largest engineering education program and among the most popular. More than 33,000 students from 1,100 middle schools participated nationwide. Continue reading Local Team Wins Award at Future City Competition at KU
It was such a pleasure to be able to chat with each of our new families. I hope you’ll have the opportunity to introduce yourself to them and welcome them to our great town! Continue reading The New People Column by Laurie Walker
By Anne Gill
It’s time again to pick the two cutest pet photos for the 2010 Pet Vaccination and Registration poster. The poster will advertise the event in the Quiviran, and at the site. Continue reading Cutest Pet Photo Contest
The Council started the New Year by passing its last ordinance! Don’t despair (or rejoice); it wasn’t a New Year’s resolution to quit legislating, but rather the home stretch in a marathon project to create a municipal code. Continue reading February Mayor’s Report by Larry Meeker
Lake Quivira Country Club Welcomes
Social Members Continue reading LQ Welcomes New Social Members
Save Some Green
- In 2009 we used 53,000 16 oz. Styrofoam cups from the clubhouse and golf course at a cost of $2000.
- Consider stocking your golf cart with your personal reusable, refillable beverage containers for use on the golf course and at the beach. A small way to make a big difference.