Help House parking lot project begins; call ahead for services

In November 2019, Help House was awarded a grant from the Sunderland Foundation to be used to pave its parking lot. On April 21, 2020, James Kline, of Signature Concrete, Osage City, and his crew began the parking lot project, which is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, depending on weather.

From Help House: “We are hoping to be back to regular hours and procedures soon. For updates you can find us on Facebook at Osage County Help House, or see our website at www.osagecountyhh.com.”

During this time those receiving food from the food pantry should call ahead to make arrangements to order and pick up; call 785-828-4888.

The Osage County Sheriff’s office will make deliveries to those unable to leave their home during the statewide stay at home order. When calling for this service, individuals are asked to use the sheriff’s office administrative line, 785-828-4657.

For more information, contact Help House at 785-828-4888,  [email protected], or 131 W. 15th St., Lyndon, Kan.

Photo and information thanks to Raylene Quaney.

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