At any of the 15 Great Life Golf and Fitness locations, guests are encouraged to invent their own triathlon of gusto, switching from swimming in the pool to getting a total body workout to playing a round of golf. Great Life has facilities scattered throughout Kansas and Missouri, including golf courses such as the National Audubon Society–certified River Oaks and the links at The Oaks, which were designed by Tom Bendelow and opened in the 1920s. Golfers looking for quick rounds can drop by the nine-hole courses at Maple Creek, Abilene, and CedarBrook. Gyms such as the 14,000-square-foot fitness center at Berkshire allow members or guests to pump iron or run on treadmills when they aren’t helping their golf balls safely reach the greens by paying golf carts to drink all of the water hazards dry. Although amenities vary at each club, all of Great Life Golf and Fitness’s venues boast a pro shop, and the courses at Berkshire and Prairie View maintain driving ranges where golfers can make golf balls practice flying without their parachutes.
Rod’s Hallmark offers gift-givers a myriad of attractive options, from dainty ornaments and well-crafted glassware to sparkling jewelry. With the holidays a swiftly approaching, ominous glow on the horizon, Hallmark is releasing 100 new Keepsake ornaments ($7.95 and up), with soon-to-be treasured tree-danglers including the Peanuts characters on ice and the Switzerland edition of the Santas Around the World collection. Freshen up your living room or shrine to Ben Stein with autumnal scents from Yankee Candle ($1.99–$24.99). Davinci Jewelry makes the ideal gift for your special anyone, with alluring beads ($6.99), necklaces ($19.99), and bracelets ($10.99) for your perusal. And, of course, Hallmark offers a wide array of gift and greeting cards for virtually every conceivable holiday, from recordable birthday cards to oddly specific missives that congratulate grandmothers on accidentally escaping from maximum-security prison.
Brio Birth childbirth education classes focus on healthy pregnancy, healthy labor, healthy birth and healthy parenting. The knowledge that I aim to teach is centered around health and wellness in pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum.
The gas purveyors of Propane Central empower grills across Kansas. Hopeful barbecuers bring their depleted vessels to one of four offices to receive a 20-pound barbecue-propane-cylinder recharge so that they may continue charring steaks or roasting incriminating laptops full of fan fiction about C-SPAN commentators. The office is open for immediate transfusions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday–Friday.
Scrub Hub's hygienist wife-and-husband team stocks their shop shelves with new and used medical garb in sizes XXS through 5XL, along with watches and fluttery feather hair extensions. Koi ($15.99–$28), Wink ($12–$20), and Cherokee ($13–$24) scrubs, in a plethora of hues and patterns, happily distract patients from the fact that they're getting a cavity filled or a 20-shot cooties vaccine. Clients can browse the bin of gently used scrubs ($4–$10) or trade-in preloved uniforms for a modest store credit. Geneva timepieces ($12–$18) help take pulses, and feather hair extensions ($6+) streak locks with fun colors and avian calling cards. Scrub Hub shares space with a paintball-supply store, making it a one-stop shop for sharp-shooting nurse practitioners.