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Partnerships- Businesses

City of El Dorado


Commerce Bank
AseraCare Hospice


State Farm Bonnie Buckman
Sungroup Real Estate
El Dorado True Care
Security 1st Title
El Dorado USD 490
Savage Services
Spencer, Wernli & Wilson Advisors

Posh In An Upper Class Way
Farm Bureau Financial -Tom Faudere
PKHLS Architecture
Copies Plus
Wilson Chiropractic
Emprise Bank
Mediation Works, LLC.

Partnerships – Individuals

Partnerships – Non Profits

Coutt's Museum
First United Methodist Church

Partnerships- Home Based Business

Scentsy-Cindy Mann
Wildtree-Rachel Tipton
HYPR Marketing-Deanna Bonn
Tastefully Simple-Danae Johnson

Go with the Flow Energy Forum set for May 15

Date:  Wednesday May 15, 2019   

Time: 10:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.

Location:  El Dorado Civic Center

201 E Central 

El Dorado, KS  67042

Pipelines crisscross Kansas, great arteries connecting production with use all over the continent.  Under Butler County, miles of pipeline flowing with energy, are a vital part of the regional economy.  

Refineries and pipelines have been part of our community since oil was discovered here. Energy is El Dorado’s past, present, and future.  El Dorado is an “Energy City.” 

Premier pipeline companies:  Phillips 66 Pipeline, Magellan Pipeline, Holly Energy Pipeline, NuStar Energy, and Jayhawk-a subsidiary of CHS Inc. will convey accurate, in-depth, information about what active steps pipeline companies are taking to ensure health, safely, security, and environmental concerns addressed throughout pipeline operations. 

The El Dorado Energy Forum is an ideal platform to better understand modern pipelines and how they operate. Learning together about the energy we all depend upon will help ensure the highest quality of life and standard of living for all.  

All interested in “our shared energy future” are cordially invited to attend at no charge. 

Seating is limited to those who RSVP by Friday, May 10th. Main Street and Sponsors are hosting lunch. 

Please call 316-321-3088 to reserve your place. 

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