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We now have a combined Google calendar that pulls from each community's calendar into one centralized calendar.  This feature will be a useful tool for tourists and residents alike.

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Miss Osawatomie 2017 Informational Sign-Up Meeting
Tues., May 2nd - 7:00pm at Memorial Hall - The Miss Osawatomie Pageant is part of the 2017 John Brown Jamboree, and will be held the evening of June 16th in the OHS Auditorium. The theme this year is “Big Heroes, Small Town” – so have fun with it. This contest is open to young ladies currently in K-12th grades and currently residing within the Osawatomie School District & attending Osawatomie schools, girls residing in Osawatomie who may  Click here to continue.

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Business of the Month - Life Care Center of Osawatomie - Life Care Center of Osawatomie is a skilled nursing facility, providing physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, short term
rehab to long term care, and hospice services. Life Care Center strives to meet the resident's physical, mental, social and spiritual needs.  Medicare, medicaid, commercial insurance and private pay are accepted. Life Care employs 125-130 people which include RN's, LPNs, CMTs, CNAs, Dietary, Housekeeping, Laundry, Activities, Office
Administration and Maintenance.  The facility was opened in the spring of 1967. Following is the history of how it came about:
Gordon Schrader was Osawatomie City Manager in 1965 and received a call one day from a college friend, Bob Rieger, who was a pharmacist in Wichita, KS. Gordon had formerly been assistant city manager in El Dorado, KS and Bob was looking for information about building a nursing home in El Dorado. Gordon gave him the information he needed and commented that Osawatomie needed a nursing home. Read more here.
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