BBQ & Blues Summer Bash
Join us at the Rolla Brewpub on Saturday, July 22 from Noon to
10 p.m. for our BBQ and Blues Summer Bash. We'll have pulled pork
and brisket all day. There'll be a tent set up in our parking
lot. Ragged Blade Band starts playing at 3 p.m. Alter-K-shon takes
the stage at 7 p.m. Part of the proceeds benefit Court Appointed
Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of South Central Missouri.
CASA provides advocacy for abused and neglected children in the
court system. For more information, visit www.publichousebrewery.com.
Join Public House Brewing Company on Friday, July 28th and Saturday,
July 29th and stop by either Rolla Brewpub or St. James Taproom
for Wing Weekend. Wing flavors include southwestern, barbecue,
or honey mustard.
5th Annual 5k Fundraiser at the Old Settlers Day
The Fort Leonard Wood chapter of the Army Engineer association
will be holding our annual 5k run fundraiser on July 29th at the
Old Settler Days in Waynesville. The money raised by this fund
raiser will allow us to continue to conduct our primary mission
of fostering an understanding of the Army Engineer's historical
roles and contributions to the defense of the nation as well as
helping us to raise and maintain the esprit of all members of
the Army Engineers stationed on Fort Leonard Wood and in the State
of Missouri both past and present.
100% of donations received go towards helping the chapter conduct
its charitable and educational purposes.
BRONZE SPONSORSHIP- For a donation of $100 your company name
will be listed on the back of the shirt in 1/2 inch font.
SILVER SPONSORSHIP-For a donation of $200 your company logo will
be placed in a 3 square inch area on the shirt and placed on the
event flyer (10 slots available)
PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP- For a donation of $500 your company logo
will be placed on the Sleeve of our shirt and on the event flyer.
(There are only 2 of these slots available)
Checks can be sent to: Treasurer, Sverdrup AEA
10663 Old Hwy 66
Rolla, Mo 65401
Please make checks payable to: Sverdrup AEA
Ducks are Racing Again
The ASYMCA of Missouri will be hosting the 27th Annual Duck Race
on July 29th at the Waynesville City Park. We are looking forward
to the ducks strutting their stuff and go for 'Best Dressed' then
speed their way down the Roubidoux to be crowned the 'Speediest
Six (6) heats of 12 ducks each will be conducted between 11:00am
and 12:40 pm. The 1st and 2nd place winners in each heat will
be eligible for the final Championship Race.
Fifty (50) persons will have a sponsoring ticket for the winning
duck in the Championship Race. One of the 50 tickets will be drawn
to win the $200.00 prize. Similarly, 50 persons will have a sponsoring
ticket on 2nd place duck for $150.00 prize.
Ducks "eliminated" during the heat races may compete
in the consolation race at 1:00pm. A ticket will be drawn to win
We will be providing 50 opportunity tickets for you to sell,
if you like, to help recuperate the cost of the duck. If you choose
to sell these, when your duck wins one of the prizes. A ticket
will be drawn and the individual who purchased the ticket will
be the winner. If you do not sell the tickets the prize will go
the the duck's sponsor/trainer.
If you have any questions please contact Matt at 573-329-4513
MOCA Health and Wellness Fair
MOCA is hosting it's 5th annual Health and Wellness Fair on August
3rd from noon to 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church Family Life
Center located at 101 North Pine St. in Richland. Refreshment
Vendors wanted: This event will be an excellent opportunity to
showcase and inform the public of available resources. It would
also be a great networking and public relations opportunity. If
you attended last years health fair, we would love to see
you again. If you were unable to join us last year, we are looking
forward to seeing you this year. To reserve a space or donate
to this years event, please contact us at 573-765-3183 by
the end of the business day June 30th, 2017. You may also e-mail
any questions or return registration form to Kelly Birdsong at
or Kathy Drake at email@example.com.
Attend an upcoming Community Listening Session
As Ozarks Technical Community College plans for the future, we
want to know what you think. Your feedback will help ensure the
college is meeting your needs and those of the community.
Bring your ideas to our listening session.
Thursday, August 3
*OTC Waynesville Center, student commons area
Can't make it? Complete the online
Together, we can build a plan for OTC's future. To learn more
about the college's strategic plan, click
Summer Splash Bash 2017
Join us August 4th for Summer Splash Bash 2017! This is not your
average pool party. There will be a dance party with DJ music,
games, prizes, special character guests, a photo booth and a sundae
bar provided by Culver's. All items and activities included with
a $5 donation to get you in the door!
All proceeds will benefit Kids' Harbor Child Advocacy Center,
serving child abuse victims in Pulaski County, Fort Leonard Wood,
and surrounding counties.
Get your tickets at Kids' Harbor, 181 1-A Eastlawn Ave., St.
Robert or at all three Security Bank of Pulaski County locations.
Sponsorship opportunities still available.
Chimney Relocation Project Fundraiser Dinner
The St. Robert Historical Preservation Committee, Inc is hosting
a Fundraiser Dinner on August 5th at 5:00 p.m. at the St. Robert
Community Center. All Proceeds support the Chimney Relocation
Project. The Honorable Luge Hardman will be the guest speaker.
The event cost is $20 per person; the dress is business attire.
Event includes dinner, silent auction, and Wine Tasting by Cellar
66. For information or tickets call 573-774-9780.
Food Safety: What to do When? Diabetes Outreach
Not feeling so great? According to the CDC, "Food borne
illnesses are responsible for 48 million people getting sick,
128,000 hospitalized, and 3,000 die from per year."
Guest Speaker: Anna Roy, Director of Food Services
Saturday, August 5th 2017 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Phelps County Regional Medical Center, Private Dining
Join us for a presentation regarding food safety and preparation.
This event is free to public.
Join us all day long on Saturday, August 5 for our Mead Day.
Leaky Roof Meadery is taking over the taproom. We'll have the
King's Plate that includes turkey leg, corn on the cob, and bread
rool. Live music by Trilogy starts at 8:00 pm. For more information,
On Course for a Cause
August 11th at the Piney Valley Golf Course. Tee off with the
Armed Services YMCA at our ON COURSE FOR A CAUSE Golf Outing at
Piney Valley Golf Course. This event will be a four man scramble
that will also feature opportunity to tee it up with some special
celebrity friends of the ASYMCA. Come out and enjoy a great day
of golf and support the Cause of the ASYMCA and help fund life-changing
programs that allow kids here in FLW area to learn, grow and thrive.
Come golf with celebrity friends, Andy McCollom, Matt Gifford,
and Scott Bailes. The cost is $65 per person or $240 per Foursome.
Contact the ASYMCA at 573-329-4513 or visit our web site: www.asymca.org/fort-leonard-wood-home
AAMVC Free Breakfast
The Assistance Association of the Missouri Veterans Cemetery
at Fort Leonard Wood is hosting a free breakfast for the community
on Saturday, August 19 from 8:00 - 9:30am at Culver's in St. Robert.
Bring the family for pancakes or biscuits and gravy. This is not
a fundraiser, no reservations are needed. AAMVC wants the community
to know about the Association and how it supports the Missouri
Veterans Cemetery at Fort Leonard Wood.
Relay for Life
August 19th at the Richland Shady Dell Park from 12 p.m.to 10
p.m. To register a fundraising team or as a Cancer Survivor or
Caregiver visit www.relayforlife.org/pulaskimo.
Flea Fling, indoor Flea Market
The Pulaski County Humane Society is hosting a Flea Fling, an
indoor flea market. The event will take place Saturday, August
19th from 10am- 3pm at the St. Robert Community Center. Booth
spaces are available for a fee which will directly benefit the
animals of Pulaski County Humane Society and Loving Paws Adoption
Any help that you could provide with getting this information
out to the community would be greatly appreciated.
Booth spaces still available.
Sweetwater BBQ has graciously agreed to be our food vendor for
We are accepting donations of yard sale type items for this event,
donations can be taken to Loving Paws Adoption Center or pick
up can be arranged. Contact Loving Paws Adoption Center, 319 Keeth
Rd, Crocker, MO 65452, Phone: 573-736-2088.
Hiring and Education Fair
A Hiring and Education Fair will be held on August 31st at Nutter
Field House, 6836 Iowa Ave, Bldg 1067, Fort Leonard Wood, MO from
1100-1400 hours. The Hiring and Education Fair is open to all
Service Members, Veterans, Family Members, and other job seekers.
Bring copies of your resume. Dress professionally. Call 573-596-0175
for more information. Nutter Field House, 6836 Iowa Ave, Bldg
1067, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Wahzhazhe: An Osage Ballet
Friday, September 8, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at Leach Thertre in Rolla.
The Osage ballet, Wahzhazhe, brings together unique and diverse
qualities of our region's history and culture: a reverence for
classical ballet that was the legacy of two famous Osage ballerinas,
Maria and Marjorie Tallchief, and the richness of Osage traditional
music, dance, and textile arts.
Shatner's World: We Just Live in It
Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at Leach Thertre in Rolla.
TICKET RELEASE DATES:
**August 1, 2017: Tickets available to crowdfunding donors. Crowdfunding
details coming soon
**September 5, 2017: Tickets available to General Public.
In SHATNER'S WORLD... a one-man force of nature delivers a larger-than-life
performance complete with his laugh-out-loud humor, signature
storytelling, and select musical numbers in his inimitable style.
Through anecdotes, songs, jokes, and even some poignant moments,
you will experience William Shatner's phenomenal path from classically
trained "Shakespearean actor to cultural icon, brilliantly
creating the most important character he has ever played...William
Wall 2 Wall Motorcycle Flag Escort
When: September 12th, 2017
What it is: American and POW/MIA Flags Flown over the Vietnam
Wall in DC will be lowered and then transported nearly 800 miles
on the back of a motorcycle to be raised over the construction
site of another full-sized, Black Granite Vietnam Wall located
in Perryville, MO.
For more information contact MO American Legion Riders Director/Escort
Big Jim Rosenberg at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up at: americaswall.com