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Osage County Community Resource, Health Fair 9 a.m.-1 p.m., April 26, 2018, Osage City

ECKAN and Home Town Health Care have teamed up to present the Osage County Community Resource and Health Fair, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., April 26, 2018, at the Osage County Senior Center, Osage City, Kan.

The one-day expo will encourage all individuals to be active physically, mentally, and financially, and promote positive attitudes about aging. This free event is open to people of all ages who’d like to interact with representatives of all types of services available in Osage County.

Featured will be a break out presentation at 10:30 a.m., lunch at noon, and lunch entertainment.

Free and scheduled services and activities for participants include blood pressure and oxygen checks, VA information and assistance, SMP/Schick representatives, express toenail clinic, breakout presentation by Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn, prescription drug collection, balance check, blood sugar check, and lunch entertainment provided by the Osage City High School Jazz Band.

For more information, contact Jon Reed, of Home Town Health Care, at 620-342-2600.

Burning Dates Extended – Osage City, Kansas

The City of Osage City will allow the burning of grass, weeds, leaves, waterways, yards, gardens, and fence lines shall be permitted, between the days of Monday, March 19, 2018, through Monday, April, 30, 2018, provided conditions are favorable; the County does not have a burn ban in place; wind speed is not more than 10 mph; a water hose is securely fastened to an operable water faucet and the length of the hose available is sufficient to reach the area where the controlled burn is occurring; no fire is left unattended; and no burning is to be performed on or intersect the sidewalks, streets or gutters of City streets. For more information, call Osage City Hall at 785-528-3714.

Help Wanted: Osage City Library seeks part-time library aide

Part-time evening position available at the Osage City Library. Technology and customer service preferred. Position open until filled. Submit resume and cover letter to the Osage City Library, 515 Main St., Osage City, KS 66523; or email to [email protected].

City of Osage City Spring City Wide Cleanup Week, April 23 through April 27, 2018

City of Osage City
Spring City Wide Cleanup Week
April 23 through April 27, 2018

Cleanup will be for the one week only – All items should be placed at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on your regular scheduled trash pickup day. Special pickup service can be scheduled for an additional fee. To schedule a special pickup or inquire about the fee, call Osage City Hall at 785-528-3714.

Acceptable items include:

  • Boxes
  • Junk Furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Small Appliances and other metal items
  • Other bulky items
  • All smaller items must be bagged or boxed.
  • Metal and Brush must be separated

Items that will not be picked up:

  • Tires
  • Vehicles and/or major auto parts.
  • Buildings, major building parts, or large piles of building material
  • Construction Materials – No lumber
  • Plaster or Drywall
  • Roofing Materials
  • Concrete chunks
  • Loose piles of trash
  • Animal Carcasses
  • Refrigerators with Freon
  • NO HAZARDOUS WASTE

Osage City Shred Day Event – Free: 9-11 a.m. Saturday, May 12, 2018

Osage City Shred Day Event
Location: City of Osage City
Street Department, 
216 S. 9th Street
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Each year individuals and households accumulate many personal financial and health documents which require secure disposal to prevent Identity Theft.

City of Osage City in connection with Document Resources, a Division of Underground Vaults & Storage, is having a FREE Shred Day to dispose of the general public’s personal documents and files at NO CHARGE.

Individuals and households can bring their items to the Street Department Shred Day event at 216 S. 9th Street between 9:00 am and 11:00 am on 05/12/2018 so they can be gathered for destruction, including recycling the destroyed remains. The public need not worry about removing staples or paper clips, or burning up their personal shredder. Professional shredding equipment will take care of them. For compliance reasons, only personal and household materials will be accepted the day of the event. Limit of three (3) boxes or bags per household please.

This is our way of helping our community combat identity theft and say thank you for the many years of community support we have received. Call us at 785-528-3714 with any questions.

Help wanted: Marilynn’s seeks full-time morning cook

Marilynn’s Restaurant in Osage City is seeking full-time morning cook. For more information, call 785-528-3769, or apply in person at 1216 Laing St. (east Highway 31) in Osage City.

Help wanted? Osage County News can help you

Osage County News can help you with “help wanted”. We reach thousands of people in the local area weekly, and hopefully can help you find the perfect candidate for your job.

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Our rates are affordable, and all ads come with unmatched friendly, efficient service. Contact us today to find out how you can connect to the Osage County area online community and let prospective employees know about your job openings. Call 785-828-4994 or email [email protected].

OCPR Update: When there’s barbecue smoke, it’s spring at Osage City

OCPR-logo-redSpring arrives this week and there is one thing on a lot of people’s minds – BBQ! The Smoke in the Spring State BBQ Championship is planned for April 6-7, 2018, and includes a community barbecue party, A Taste of Osage City, Friday, April 6. While some are focused on barbecue, Osage City Parks and Recreation is ready for Flint Hills League youth baseball and softball, with an upcoming signup deadline of March 30.

OCPR Update: BBQ season heats up just in time for baseball, softball

OCPR-logo-redIt’s almost spring and that means Smoke in the Spring is right around the corner, April 6-7, 2018. In addition to barbecue, Osage City Parks and Recreation is gearing up for youth baseball and softball, along with planning for the summer swimming season.

OCPR Update: You, too, can be a championship barbecue chef

OCPR-logo-redThe weekend after Smoke in the Spring, Osage City Parks and Recreation will host the University of Que BBQ cooking class, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. April 14, 2018, at the Osage City Community Building.

The class is taught by Richard Fergola and Jeremy Williams, of Fergolicious BBQ, an award winning competition barbecue team. Over the past two seasons, the team had 25 top 5 finishes, 9 grand championships, multiple perfect 700 and 180 scores, including the 2017 Smoke in the Spring Ribs Class Champion. Everyone can come out to visit them at this year’s Smoke in the Spring.

The class fee is $399 per person and $200 for spouses.

The class will cover: Meat Selection, Trimming, Rubs and Sauces, Injections and Brines, Full KCBS Box Building, Timelines, Temps, Woods, Hot Holding, Flavor Profiles, Presentation, Equipment, and much more. There also will be complimentary goodie bags, and prize drawings

Participants get to eat everything they cook in class!

To register for the class online, see www.fergoliciousbbq.com, or for more information, contact Fergolicious BBQ LLC, at 913-787-3803, or [email protected].

OCPR Update: Signup to make holiday art projects

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is getting ready for the holidays with a Christmas arts and crafts workshop.  Participants can create creating wrapping paper, ornaments, holiday décor, holiday cards. Also youth basketball is gearing up for youngsters. See signup deadlines below.

OCPR Update: Signup for indoor winter activities – youth basketball

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation takes to the court for youth basketball season this month, with signup deadline for third to sixth grade boys and girls fast approaching. Practice begins after Thanksgiving with games scheduled for all ages into the new year.

Christmas Arts and Crafts Workshop, 

  • Instructor, Becky Weaver (USD 348, Baldwin, High School Art Instructor)
  • Pre-K- 2 nd Grade (December 9, 9:30-10:30am)
  • 3 rd -8 th Grade (December 9, 11am-12pm)
  • Location, Osage City Community Building
  • Cost, $15 per student
  • Projects May Include
    — Creating Wrapping Paper
    — Ornaments
    — Holiday Décor
    — Holiday Cards
  • SIGN UP DEADLINE, DECEMBER 4
    — All projects will be available to take home
    — Reminder, Art can be messy – Please dress accordingly
    — Sign up forms were sent through OCES, available at Osage City Hall, online at www.osagecity.com, and can be viewed/printed at the Osage
    City Facebook Page.
    — For More Workshop Information Contact
    — — Becky Weaver, [email protected]


    Youth Basketball, 1st and 2nd grade, coed

    • Team Practice – January 8 and 15.
    • Boys Practice, 6-7 p.m. or 7-8 p.m. (if needed), single grade team practices (half court).
    • Girls Practice, all 1st/2nd girls practice as one group.

    Game information, boys and girls

    • Dates – January 22-February 19.
    • Team/group practice, first 30-minutes.
    • Game, second 30-minutes.
    • Each game is two (2), 15-minute halves.
    • Players receive a team shirt and participation award.
    • Cost is $20 per player.

    Signup deadline: December 18


    Youth Basketball (pre-k and kindergarten, coed)

    • Dates – January 14-February 18.
    • Time – 5-6 p.m.
    • Location – Osage City Junior High and High School gyms.
    • Players receive a shirt and participation award.
    • Cost is $20 per player.

    Signup deadline: January 8


    See OCPR online at www.osagecity.com
    *Click City Departments, then Parks & Recreation for program information,
    printable signup forms, schedules and more!
    Also visit Osage City on Facebook.

OCPR Update: Fall rolls in along with youth roundball

OCPR-logo-redSignup deadline is approaching for Osage City Parks and Recreation youth basketball for third through sixth graders. Practice begins at the end of November. Here are the details:

Youth Basketball
(3rd-6th grade boys and girls)

  • OCPR teams participate in the Scott Brown Youth Basketball League.
  • League divisions are split into single grades 3rd-6th grade for boys and girls.
  • Team practice can begin the week of November 27 if a team has a coach.
  • SBBL Season – Saturdays, Jan. 6 – Feb. 17, 2018.
  • SBBL League Divisional Tournaments, Feb. 24, 2018.
  • Players receive a team uniform (jersey and shorts).
  • Cost is $30 per player.

Signup Deadline, Nov. 6

OCPR Update: October tumbles in as gymnastics classes start jumping

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation is laying down the mats for the upcoming gymnastics classes, which will keep gymnasts jumping and tumbling in October and November. Here are the details:

With fall here, Lyndon plans to celebrate with day of fun

Fall has officially arrived and the Lyndon community is inviting everyone to celebrate during the annual Lyndon Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017.

The Osage County Courthouse lawn is the center of festivities, and Lyndon Pride and the city of Lyndon are the hosts to the event that includes a craft and vendor fair and a multitude of fun games for kids of all ages. In addition, the celebration features a touch-a-truck opportunity, student art show, silent auction of all kinds of unique items, classic fair food, and the ever popular coins in the corn with cash prizes. All proceeds benefit Lyndon Pride.

The Saturday celebration gets underway at 9 a.m. Oct. 7, and will wind down about 3 p.m. The whole family is invited to enjoy the fall day in Lyndon, Kan.

Here is the schedule from Lyndon Pride:

OCPR Update: Get your kicks with Tae Kwon Do classes

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation has made it easy to get your kicks with the fall session of Tae Kwon Do underway; also youth tackle football games are ongoing through the end of September. Here are the details of OCPR activities:

Garage sale ads are free on Osage County News

Osage City’s citywide garage sales are this weekend, Sept. 15-16, 2017. Remember it’s easy and free to let everyone in Osage County know you’re having a sale.

To place your free garage sale or yard sale ad, visit the Place Your Own Garage Sale Ad Page: www.osagecountyonline.com/place-your-own-garage-yard-sale-ad. Just sign-in to the comment section with your name and email address, or Facebook, Twitter or IntenseDebate account.

OCPR Update: September brings fall activities

OCPR-logo-redLabor Day weekend is past, which means the Osage City Aquatic Center has closed for the season. But kids shouldn’t think they don’t have anything to do – Osage City Parks and Recreation has plenty of fall activities planned. Upcoming opportunities include a countywide volleyball league, volleyball camp, cheerleader camp, and youth tackle football.

OCPR Update: 5th-6th grade volleyball league open to teams countywide

OCPR-logo-redSummer activities are winding down for Osage City Parks and Recreation, but the Osage City Aquatic Center remains open on weekends through Labor Day, and signup for fall activities is underway. Check out upcoming opportunities to participate in a countywide volleyball league, volleyball camp, and cheerleader camp.

OCPR Update: Cool off at the aquatic center until Labor Day

OCPR-logo-redSummer activities are winding down for Osage City Parks and Recreation, but the Osage City Aquatic Center remains open on weekends through Labor Day, and signup for fall activities is underway. Check out upcoming opportunities to participate in youth soccer, youth flag football, cheerleader camp, volleyball camp, and a countywide volleyball league.

OCPR Update: Your kind of summer fun – swimming, youth football, gymnastics or yoga

OCPR-logo-redOsage City Parks and Recreation has a summer of fun activities planned. Cool off at the Osage City Aquatics Center, or signup for youth football, gymnastics or yoga.

 

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