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September 28th: USD 367 Family Fitness Park Ribbon Cutting
November 13th: Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner
December 1st: Osawatomie's Winter Bazaar
SEPTEMBER BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
OSAWATOMIE PUBLIC LIBRARY
A library has served the community of Osawatomie since 1889, and though the locations have changed – the mission to serve the community has remained the same.
As the needs of their patrons have evolved over the last 129 years, so too have the library’s services to meet those needs. Where once the library was primarily known for offering books and magazines, their patrons can now enjoy DVD’s, music, computers, history, programs and classes in addition to a huge variety of books in every genre.
In 2006, the Library Board created a vision to expand and enhance the existing >> Continue Reading
FALL IS SUCH A BUSY SEASON!
Be sure to "Save the Dates" for the many activities that occur in the fall. Listed below are some dates for you to keep in mind. Please mark your calendars accordingly!
NOMINATIONS FOR THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
The Chamber’s Annual outstanding Citizen/Volunteer of the year award is presented to an individual for leadership and 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 and desire to make a positive impact within the Osawatomie Community. Nominations are due by Friday, October 19th >>Information & Nominee Form