Author: Shawn Kober

Boonville Farmer’s Market

We are looking forward to a bigger and better season beginning in April. If you are interested in participating in the market, please email: boonvillefarmersmarket@gmail.com. The Farmers Market is open April- October on Saturday mornings from 8AM- 1PM. The Vendor application and bylaws are currently being reviewed and will be available for download prior to the start of the market in April. All vendors must complete an application to sell goods at the Farmer’s Market. The Boonville Farmer’s Market will be at the Orscheln parking lot, 1920 Main Street. This will be the inaugural season for the Farmer’s Market...

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BOONVILLE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT 2015 Swimming Lessons

BOONVILLE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT LIONS PARK AQUATIC CENTER 2015 Swimming Lessons June15-26 or July 6-17. Times:11:00- Noon or 6:00-7:00 p.m. Fee for Session: $25.00 (includes 8 one hour lessons) To Enroll: Contact City of Boonville. Fees must accompany registration, classes will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Maximum of 10 participants per class. One instructor per 5 participants. Course Description/Level (check one): (A) Parent/Child (6 months -3 years) Parent must be in water. Get wet with toys, exit by lifting out, enter using ladder, front and back float, passing from parent to instructor, leg action...

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C.O.P.S. Hosts Blue Ribbon 5K Run/Walk

Camdenton, MO – Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) is hosting the Blue Ribbon 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, June 14,2015, at Linn Creek City Park in Linn Creek, MO. All proceeds from the Blue Ribbon 5K Run/Walk will help underwrite C.O.P.S. Hands-On Programs that directly benefit the surviving families of America’s fallen law enforcement officers. Participants are encouraged to come decked out in blue. The “blue-est” person will win a prize. To register, visit the C.O.P.S. website at www.nationalcops.org and click on Fundraising Events on the left. The registration form can then be accessed. The entry fee for an individual...

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OSAGE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT YOUTH ALCOHOL ENFORCEMENT

From May 1 through May 12, 2015, the Osage Beach Police Department, along with other LawEnforcement Agencies nationwide, will be participating in an enforcement campaign to curb drunk driving among drivers who are under the age of 21. During this time frame, there will be an increased law enforcement presence for the purpose of decreasing impaired driving among our youth.  It is no secret that an impaired driver, no matter what the age, puts the passengers, other motorists and themselves at risk. The other negative consequences is the possibility of jail time, loss of driver’s license, financial hardship, increased...

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