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Combined Calendar

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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2017 Legislative Breakfast Schedule for Miami County
Sat, January 28th - Osawatomie High School Cafeteria, 7:00am
Sat., February 4th - Louisburg Middle School, 7:00am
Sat., February 18th - Paola's Holy Trinity School, 7:00am
Sat., February 25th - Spring Hill Community Center, 2:00pm

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Business of the Month - Main Street Liquor - Main Street Liquor is owned by Bart and Bill Slayman. We are a retail liquor store located at 411 E. Main Street, Osawatomie. We sell beer, wine and spirits to the public and also have a wholesale license to sell to clubs. The Slayman family has a business history dating back to the 1930's. Bill Slayman's grandfather, John A. Slayman, sold coal and ice to the public. In the late 30's, Bill's father, John T. Slayman, and grandfather, John A. Slayman, started Slayman Beverage Company, a wholesale beer distributor. It was one of the first wholesalers in Kansas after Prohibition. Bill joined Slayman Beverage in 1974 after serving three years in the Navy Seabees. Slayman Beverage Company was sold in 1999. In the early 2000's, Bill and his brother, Jack, purchased a liquor store in Paola (County Seat Liquor) and worked several years there. Bart also worked part-time at County Seat while going to college at Pittsburg State University. In 2009, the restaurant that originally was "The Smoke Man" at 411 E. Main Street was closed. Read more here.
Thank you for your presence within the Osawatomie Business Community.  We would like to provide those interested with information about what the Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce can offer to you as a new member.
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