Northeast Johnson County morning roundup



Beta Sigma Phi celebrates 60 years in Johnson County. More than 100 members and guests attended the 60th anniversary celebration of Johnson County Council of Beta Sigma Phi last week. The group, which focuses on philanthropy and fostering friendships among the women who are its members, presented a check to Safehome in the amount of $3,484.85. Nearly 40 percent of the group’s members are from northeast Johnson County.

WaterOne releases annual report. WaterOne, Johnson County’s water utility, has released its annual report on water quality. The report shows that Johnson County’s water falls well within the limits for all contaminants, and that customers report a 90 percent satisfaction rate. You can read the full report here.

Time Warner Cable SportsChannel KC features SM East’s Jake Randa. Time Warner Cable SportsChannel KC last week ran a piece on SM East sophomore Jake Randa, the son of former Royals third baseman Joe Randa. Randa coached Jake as a little leaguer. [Seven years later — Time Warner Cable SportsChannel KC]

SM East golfers finish third in Hutchinson Invitational. SM East’s boys golf team put in a solid performance in the largest high school golf tournament west of the Mississippi last week, but couldn’t catch rival Washburn Rural or Topeka West in the standings. The Lancers finished third as a team among the field of 31.

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