"Our city is a great place to live, work and raise a family. It has a high quality of life with excellent schools, quality public services and quick access to the entire metropolitan area."
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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FRIENDS OF THE MENTALLY ILL FOUNDATION
The Friends of the Mentally Ill Foundation (FMIF) began with an avenue of individuals that longed to donate to a fund that would be directly used for patients at the Osawatomie State Hospital.
Initial funding came from kind donations from Norma Stephens and the Miami County Hospital, after which a task force was created, by-laws written, and applications made to form a non-profit organization >> Read More
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CHAMBER BIKE GIVEAWAY WINNERS
Congratulations to the two 1st Graders who won the coloring contest for a free bike! Alivia Crabtree and my own Kiyoshi Warren were the winners this year! Thanks to everyone who entered a picture in to the contest and there's always next year! The pictures will be on display for the month of December at the Chamber Office.
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY PROMOTION
Looking for a FANTABULOUS deal this Holiday Season? The 12 Days of Christmas will officially be underway beginning Monday December 11th. All 12 days (except Sunday) participating businesses will be boasting great deals on their products and services! The 12th and final day will be Saturday, December 23rd. Be sure to Check Out These Businesses over the course of the next 12 Days.
SAVE THE DATES
December 9th: Old Stone Church Vespers Service
December 12th: Friends of the Mentally Ill Foundation Coffee
December 15th: First Option Bank Open House
December 15th: Tri-Ko Open House
December 15th: Registration for the Lazy Man Triathlon Opens
December 16th: Oz's Got Talent
OLD STONE VESPERS SERVICE
This Vespers Service will be at the Old Stone Church (315 Sixth Street, Osawatomie) on Saturday December 9th beginning at 7:00 p.m. It will feature sacred music performed by Osawatomie Churches , Community Musicians and Vocalists and the Christmas Story will be read. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact (913) 755-4384.