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Directions to Dominican Sisters Motherhouse

Coming from the West on I-70:

Take Russell exit for US 281 South. Continue on US 281 through Hoisington to Great Bend.  US 281 becomes Main Street, Great Bend. Turn right (west) onto Broadway (Bank of America at NW corner). Continue west on Broadway for approximately 1.5 miles.  Enter horseshoe drive at brick sign “Dominican Sisters”.  Unload at west end of building at Heartland Center entrance.

Coming from the East on I-70:

Take Ellsworth exit for US 156 South.  Continue on US 156 through Ellsworth, Holyrood, past Claflin, to the US 156 and US 56 intersection.  Turn right (west).  Highways become Tenth Street, Great Bend.  Turn right (north) at Main Street (US 281).  Travel north five blocks to Broadway Ave. (just past the Courthouse) and turn left (west) onto Broadway. Continue west on Broadway for approximately 1.5 miles.  Enter horseshoe drive at brick sign “Dominican Sisters”.  Unload at west end of building at Heartland Center entrance.

Coming from Wichita:  (approximately a 2 ¼ hr drive)

Pick your own route to Great Bend (I-135 & US 56); (K-96); (K-96, US 50, US 281).

Highways intersect at Main Street and Tenth Street.  From that intersection travel north on Main Street for five blocks to Broadway Ave. (just past the Courthouse) and turn left (west) onto Broadway. Continue west on Broadway for approximately 1.5 miles.  Enter horseshoe drive at brick sign “Dominican Sisters”. 

3600 Broadway Ave., Great Bend, KS 67530       

Switchboard: 620-792-1232 (6:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.)

Fax: 620-792-1746

Email: sisters@ksdom.org

Webmaster: communications@ksdom.org

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Named for its location at the historic big bend of the Arkansas River, Great Bend is the county seat and the most populous city of Barton County, which is located in central Kansas, in the Central United States.  The population was 15,345 at the 2000 census, and it was estimated to be 15,537 in 2006.

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