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Overbrook Overlook: Police department to present community safety meetings

Overbrook Police Chief Hollingsworth announced the police department will present a variety of safety events, once per month, beginning in April. Event dates will be announced. Programs will include preventing scams, self defense strategies, human trafficking, first aid/CPR, and prescription drug abuse. There is no cost to attend these events, and everyone is welcome.

Overbrook Community Chest Committee reports that the goal set for the 2021-2022 Community Chest Drive has been reached and exceeded due to the generosity of the community. With a goal of $8,500, the committee raised approximately $15,500. The final proceeds will be allocated to the 16 organizations chosen by the committee. Each organization will receive the amount donated to them as specified by the donors plus a percentage of the non-designated donations received. The success of this campaign shows the willingness of the residents of the Overbrook area to support their home community and projects. The Overbrook Community Chest Committee would like to thank everyone who helped make this year’s drive a success.

Brookside Annual Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for 2 p.m. April 9, on the Brookside front lawn, 700 W. Seventh St., Overbrook. Age groups are newborns to 3, 3 to 6, and 7 to 9. Bring Easter baskets, and cameras to catch a picture of the Easter Bunny. For more information, contact Brookside at 785-665-7124.

Tree-limb pick-up will be 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 16, when Rotary Club and PRIDE volunteers will pick up limbs that are left curbside throughout the city. Limbs must be cut to a manageable size and stacked at the curb. Volunteers are welcome to participate; meet-up is scheduled for 8 a.m. at KSB. Anyone who plans to burn leaves should check with city hall for burn bans before you burn.

2022 Citywide Garage Sale

Overbrook PRIDE will be hosting the annual April citywide garage sale Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Email [email protected] or find the event on the Overbrook PRIDE Facebook page to submit your sale for the map. Deadline to be on the printed map is April 18. Maps will be distributed online, via the website and at high traffic sponsoring locations. Listing donations for $5.00 can be made at city hall.

Overbrook Park and Rec is taking registrations for Baseball, Softball and T-Ball. Registration forms are available at city hall. The cost for baseball is $45; softball is $40, and T-ball is $25. Scholarships are available upon request. For information, contact Ross Minder at 785-219-9810 or email [email protected].

Overbrook Rural High School All-School Reunion scheduled

In lieu of the traditional ORHS Alumni Banquet, which was canceled for 2021, several Overbrook Rural High School graduates are hosting an ORHS All-School Reunion on 2-4 p.m. Friday, May 27, 2022, at the Overbrook Public Library. ORHS High School alumni, students, former teachers, and spouses are invited to attend. The informal gathering will be a time to visit and reminisce. Attendees are encouraged to bring old ORHS annuals and pictures. Light refreshments will be served. Call or text 913-972-0974 to register. Registration is $5 per person, payable at time of arrival.

Townhall meeting – Overbrook will have a “State of the City” Discussion at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Overbrook Library to provide an update on the water distribution project; everyone is invited to participate in the conversation.

Overbrook Friends of the Library are accepting new and renewal memberships for 2022. Forms are available at the library. Anyone cleaning out or getting ready for a garage sale this month is asked to keep the library in mind to donate gently used books. Friends of the Library are collecting books for the sale in July. Books can be taken to the library or dropped off on the west side of the library.

Pet owners who keep dogs or cats within the city limits of Overbrook are reminded City Ordinance No. 408 requires annual tags for pets over six months of age. A license year runs from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. Registration requires proof of current rabies vaccination. Fees for “neutered” tags are $5 and for “non-neutered” tags are $10. Pets found at large without a tag may be impounded and owners may be fined.

For more information, contact Overbrook City Hall at 785-665-7328.

Information thanks to Overbrook City Hall.

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