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>>September 13th Weekly 
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September 21st: 
Freedom Festival

September 24th:  
Professor's B Ribbon Cutting

October 5th: 
Annual Chamber Golf Tournament

October 10th:  
Career/Technical Education Summit

October 17th:  
Angels Care Home Health Coffee
SEPTEMBER BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
VINTAGE PARK OF OSAWATOMIE

Our story is yours. We grow older and wiser but
are sure to never lose the spark that started it all. Vintage Park continues to evolve, and we’re ever more dedicated to nurturing our company and our team to be healthy contributors to communities, we can focus on the big issues that concern the daily lives of our residents—from healthcare and finances to overall quality of life—while never losing sight of the details that matter most: the connections we  >>Continue Reading
5th ANNUAL CHAMBER GOLF TOURNAMENT

It's about that time again for the Annual Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament!  For those of you who have continued to support this event for the last several years, I truly appreciate that!  For those of you who have formed teams to come out and golf - I hope you'll do it again this year!  I think we had lots of fun last year and plan on more fun again this year!  

Please remember that the funds raised from this go back into our community and our businesses!

>> Registration 
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS SOUGHT

It's that time of year again and we're looking for those outstanding citizens that make our community a WONDERFUL place to live! 

The Citizen of the Year Award is presented to an individual for leadership & vision, along with volunteer service to the community. The nominations should stress how this person’s efforts have benefited the quality of life in Osawatomie. You will be asked to describe how the Nominee has displayed exemplary commitment, support, skills, leadership, outreach to other citizens & desire to make a positive impact within the Osawatomie Community.

Nominations are due by Friday, October 18th & can be returned to the Chamber Office in person, by e-mail or by regular mail. The Board will NOT accept any nominations beyond that date, so be sure to get your nominations turned it!

>> Nomination Form