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SAVE THE DATES

October 17th:  
Angels Care Home Health Coffee

October 26th:
Shoothouse Paintball 
Rookie Tournament

October 31st:
Downtown Spook Parade

​November 12th:
Annual Chamber Dinner
OCTOBER BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
ANGEL CARE HOME HEALTH

Angels Care Home Health is a Medicare-certified home health agency that has been serving patients in Ottawa, Osawatomie and the surrounding communities for nearly five years. It is owned and operated by AngMar Medical Holdings, Inc., a privately held family company based in Mansfield, Texas. AngMar operates a network of agencies with multiple locations in nine states, including Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas >> Continue Reading
ANNUAL CHAMBER DINNER

Are You Ready for a Night of Trivial Fun?

If so, then mark your calendar for the Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner to be held at the Loft on Sixth (425 6th Street) on Tuesday, November 12th.  Cocktail hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner beginning at 6:00 p.m.

The evening will consist of a most delicious dinner, the Chamber's Annual Announcements, the 2019 Citizen of the Year Award and of course a chance for you and your team to show off your brains with a night of Trivia!

>> 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