Board games hit the mark for the holidays
November 19, 2020
It seemed like such a simple idea, with a modest beginning. On May 22, 2010, Liz Brunscheen-Cartagena invited members of the community and their families over to the Sedgwick County extension office to play a few board games.
It was, she thought, a way to strengthen family relationships.
“We had a board game library and volunteers to help teach games to the attendees,” said Brunscheen-Cartagena, the family life and resource management agent for K-State research and extension’s office in Sedgwick County.
A couple dozen folks showed up, played games and then filled out a survey on...