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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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MARCH'S BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
The H&R Block in Osawatomie is a locally staffed franchise office owned by Charles Parrish of Columbia, Missouri. Mr. Parrish purchased the Osawatomie location from James (Bud) Cameron, who had worked there preparing tax returns for several years prior to it being purchased by Mr. Parrish.
Mr. Parrish also owns the locations in Paola, Louisburg, Baldwin, Ottawa, Spring Hill and Gardner as well as several
Think Local. Shop Local.
Keep it Local
SAVE THE DATES
March 13th: H&R Block Coffee (501 Main Street)
June 2nd & 3rd: City Wide Garage Sale
OSAWATOMIE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
10th ANNUAL HOME & BUSINESS EXPO
This annual event is open to any business or organization that would like to participate. Your attendance provides an excellent opportunity to gain exposure, create awareness and to network with other area business owners while visiting face to face with potential customers & clients. Businesses can sell their products or discuss their services not only to fellow exhibitors, but also to the community, as the event is free and to the public.
PEO will also be offering an all you can eat Pancake Breakfast and Bake sale in the OHS Cafeteria. This breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, juice and coffee. Vendors will be given a discount ticket that morning and can even have their breakfast delivered to them at their booth!
This event is is being held in conjunction with the Osawatomie Rotary Easter Egg Hunt at the High School.
LIGHTS ON THE LAKE
The annual John Brown Jamboree will be reborn this year with a new name, a bigger venue and a spectacular fireworks
display. Brought to you by the City of Osawatomie and the Lights on the Lake committee, the Lights on the Lake festival will take place on Saturday, June 30th at Osawatomie City Lake.
For more than 50 years, the Jamboree has served as the community’s largest annual celebration >> Read More