Happy 5th Anniversary Sonic Drive-In
Public House Brewing Company
It lives....It has a name.....It is....
Malt Bill - 2-row Pale Ale malt, Munich malt
Hops - Centennial Type, Millennium, Falconer's Flight, Ahtanum,
Crystal, and Cascade
Aroma - Loads of fresh citrus - up front with orange and tangerine,
with a little pineapple underlying (no fruit was added to this beer).
The aroma is almost a candy-like sweet.
Flavor - Citrus candy flavors of orange. Very dry finish due to
very little to no residual sugars from the malt bill. The bitterness
is surprisingly smooth for a beer coming in at 68 IBUs.
Mouthfeel - Medium to light body mouthfeel--enough to balance the
hop bitterness. Mid to mid-high carbonation helps with the dry finish.
Baby Bauer Bistro! -- The drawing was held last night and the lucky
winner of the table was one of many people who helped us raise over
$4,000 for Baby Bauer's medical needs! Thanks to everyone who gave
their support to Baby Bauer and his family by participating in the
raffle for the bistro set.
Public House Presents: 4th Annual American Homebrewers Association
(AHA) Rally -- Saturday, April 19th (1-4pm)
-Try a Rally-exclusive beer brewed by Public House in collaboration
with local homebrew club, Missouri Association of Serious Homebrewers
-Enjoy Public House beer samples
-Take home a Rally-exclusive gift from the AHA
-Meet Public House brewers and staff
-Take a VIP brewery tour
-Mingle with local homebrewers
-Win great prizes from the AHA and Public House!
AHA rallies are free to current AHA members. Non-members can join
now, or sign up onsite at a discounted member rate. Save time and
fill out a membership form in advance to bring with you to the Rally.
Don't forget to RSVP to help us properly prepare for the event.
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Upcoming Live Music:
4/11 -- Dixie Union (8pm)
4/16 -- Trilogy (7pm)
4/18 -- Two Far Gone (8pm)
4/19 -- "CUZ" Jazz Duo (8pm)
Upcoming Events at The ARK
Come celebrate Spring this Saturday at the ARK Community and Sports
Center's 3rd Annual Kids Karnival "Eggstravaganza" from
10am to 2pm. The Easter Egg Hunt begins at 12:00pm. Come early and
make your own Easter bag to collect the eggs in. We will have a
bouncy house courtesy of the Pulaski Health Department, obstacle
course courtesy of the Kiwanis Club, the Waynesville Police and
Fire Department will be there, fun photos by Erin Hamilton Photography,
face painting, and the rock wall. There will be something for everyone.
Free hot dogs while supplies last. This event is free and open to
The ARK Community and Sports Center is looking for fill a custodial
position. We are looking for someone who is available early mornings,
evenings, weekends, holidays, and special events. Custodial experience
is preferred but not required with the primary function to clean
and maintain the facility. Individual must have the ability to follow
instructions and read signs and have a basic knowledge of common
cleaning solvents, cleaning tools, and equipment. He/she must be
able to troubleshoot, make adjustments, and perform minor repair
and maintenance of equipment.
The ARK Community and Sports Center is setting the stage for our
2nd Annual Virtuous Women's Expo. The event will be held on May
3, 2014 at the ARK Community and Sports Center from 9am to 12pm.
The Virtuous Women's Expo combines shopping, beauty, wellness, health,
fitness, kids & baby, home, food, entertainment and more JUST
FOR HER. We take all the things women love and need and put them
into one amazing event. This event will be free and open to the
We still have opportunities to be a vendor at the Virtuous Women's
Expo. If you would like to be a vendor for this event please contact
Donalisa Stinyard at 337-9128. This is a great opportunity to sell
products, promote services, book appointments & consultations,
grow clientele & build brand awareness. Cost for vendors is
the battle continues is back on at the ARK Community
and Sports Center beginning in May. Stay tuned for more details.
For more information call 573-337-9128.
Citizens Mortgage Company offering 2014 WHS Scholarship
For the second year, Citizens Mortgage Company will be presenting
a $500 scholarship to a 2014 WHS graduating senior at the Senior
Honors Night in May. This scholarship is being given in honor of
the oldest WHS alumni that was in attendance at last fall's homecoming
Citizens Mortgage Company sponsored the football game and paid
recognition to the oldest alumni in attendance at the game during
halftime activities. Following a search of the fans, it was determined
the honor went to Mrs. Nancy (Mayer) Logan, WHS class of 1948. Mrs.
Logan had returned to the evening's game to watch her grandson,
a Camdenton Laker senior play against the Tigers. Mrs. Logan has
strong ties to the school district for many years. Her husband,
Bob Logan had been employed by the WR-6 school district in the 80's.
WHS seniors interested in applying for the scholarship must apply
directly to the WHS Counselor's office during April. For further
information and for application forms and instructions seniors please
contact Mrs Hartley or Mr Vernon in the WHS Counselor's Office.
Open House at New Location
The University of Missouri Extension Office is holding an Open
House in their new office on Saturday, April 5! The Pulaski County
Extension Staff and Council would like to extend an invitation to
the public to visit our new location at 403 School Street, Suite
1 (the old Waynesville Middle School building located two blocks
behind the Pulaski County Courthouse) between 9:00am - 12:00pm for
give-aways and to sign up for our drawing. Be sure to stop by see
what the Pulaski County Extension Office has to offer you! We will
be having displays of some of our programs and the Master Gardeners
have a free composting class being held from 10:00am-12:00pm in
the same location. The mission of the University of Missouri Extension
is to provide research-based information to engage, change, solve
problems, and help citizens make informed decisions. The Pulaski
County Extension office includes: Sarah Traub, Human Development
& Family Studies Specialist; Joyce Harris, Nutrition Program
Associate; and Mischelle Weible, Administrative Assistant. For more
information please call our office at (573)774-6177 or email email@example.com.
Field of Heroes
The "Field of Heroes" is an opportunity for us all to
honor those that we consider our HEROES. Your hero may be a service
member currently serving our country, a veteran, a firefighter,
police officer, EMT, or maybe it's your grandfather. We all have
heroes in our lives.
The Armed Services YMCA will be presenting a field of flags, arranged
in the style of Arlington National Cemetery, and each flag will
be available for sponsorship to allow you to recognize a specific
hero in your life. 3 x 5 flags will be on poles and arranged in
precision rows in the field in the Waynesville City Park (by the
old middle school) on July 25th -27th, 2014, around Old Settlers
Day. All proceeds will go to support programs for the families of
our service members stationed right here in Missouri.
Participants will have the opportunity to sponsor a 3'x5' flag
for $50.00 or a 15" boot flag for $25.00. On each flag or boot
flag will be the name, branch of service and date of service of
the honoree. A commemorative card listing the date of the event
as well as the honoree's information will be provided to each person
that sponsors a 3x5 flag or boot flag.
On the day of the event, the public will be allowed to walk through
the Field of Heroes and spend some time amongst the reverence being
paid to these heroes. Photos will be permitted. All proper flag
etiquette will be rendered, including having the field properly
lit at night. We will have opening ceremonies, guest speakers, and
proper flag retirement services will be offered at designated times.
Our goal is to have 300 3x5 flags and 200 boot flags on this field
representing 500 heroes at this event.
Corporate or individual sponsorships are offered at the $500/$1000/$2500
level. Each sponsor's name will be listed on a banner displayed
the entire weekend. Guardian Sponsors ($2500 level) will also receive
a commemorative flag in display case. Plaque to read" Flown
at Field of Heroes July 25-27, 2014".
For more information, or to order a flag, contact the ASYMCA at
573-329-4513 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payments made be made over the phone.
Pershing Community Center Closed Today
The Pershing Community Center is closed today, April 4th in support
of the 4th MEB Ball. This includes PCC Lunch Program, BlackJack
Evening Bar Operations, Right Arm Night originally scheduled for
April 4th is cancelled.
Morelli Heights Bar & Grill will also be closed, April 4th
as staff supports the 4th MEB Ball.
For you for your understand and support.
More than 60 students, community members, faculty and staff have
been working for the last two months to prepare for the spring 2014
production of the musical "Grease," which will be performed
at Missouri University of Science and Technology in April.
The performances will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10,
Friday, April 11, and Saturday, April 12. A matinee performance
will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 13. All performances will take
place in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets
in Rolla. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for current
Missouri S&T students and those under 18 years of age. Tickets
can be purchased at the Leach Theatre Box Office, open 9 a.m.-4
p.m. Monday through Friday and located in the lobby of Leach Theatre.
The show is a collaboration between Missouri S&T's Miner League
Theatre players and the Rolla High School drama program. The production
is based on Warren Casey and Jim Jacob's 1971 musical of the same
name. It is co-directed by Jeanne Stanley, assistant professor of
theatre at S&T, and Wendy King, Rolla High School drama teacher.
David Cress, lecturer of theatre at S&T, is the musical director
and Alicia Smith, a dance instructor at and Flew! Dance studio in
Rolla, is the choreographer.
"It has been a delight to direct the show," says Stanley.
"We have great professionals working with us and these folks
have taught our actors some amazing dancing, singing and acting
skills. As fun as the movie was, we have quite a few fun tricks
up our sleeve that are sure to delight the audience."
Tickets 573-341-4219 - $12 Adults ; $10 Youth
Coaches needed for Youth Sports
Baseball, Softball and T-ball
Fort Leonard Wood Youth Sports and Fitness Department is looking
for highly motivated individuals to apply (could take more than
a month to complete) to become youth sport coaches for our Baseball,
Softball and T-ball programs. Registration will start March 31,
If Interested please stop by to pick up a coaches packet from Youth
Sports located inside the Pippin Youth Center.
Please Contact us at 573-596-0209 or email email@example.com
Lions Club Breakfast
The Waynesville-St. Robert Lions Club is hosting a pancake, sausage,
biscuits & gravy Breakfast on Saturday, May 17th from 7 a.m.
to 11 a.m. at the St. Robert Community Center. Adults are $5 and
Children 12 & Under are $3.
12th Annual Spring Fling
The Travelers Square Dance Club supports the 12th Annual Spring
Fling with caller David McKinnon on April 12th at the St. Robert
Community Center. The afternoon fun is from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m.; the
dinner break is 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.; and the evening fun is from 7.00
to 9.30 p.m. All you can eat dinner and desserts. $7 per person;
students 18 years and under are $3.50 each. For more information
Pulaski County Libraries Open House
To celebrate National Library Week April 13th through the 19th,
the Pulaski County Libraries will have open houses. The Waynesville
Library will hold an open house on April 15th from 2 - 5 p.m.; Richland
and Crocker Libraries will hold open houses on April 15th from 2
- 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served and a drawing for door prizes
will be held.
A Beauty Expo will be held on April 14th from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. at
the St. Robert Community Center. The host for the event is LaShonda
Gilmore, guest speaker is Bonita Quinn, author of No More Bondage,
discussing moving forward in Business. Free Admission, samples,
and giveaways. Area Salons, Barbers, Distributers and Wellness under
one roof! A percentage of the proceeds will go to Manna Fest Destiny
Military Appreciation Month
Celebrate Military Appreciation Month with Navy Federal Credit
Union. Check out exclusive military appreciation offers, including
the $50 Referral Bonus. Ask a rep about this and other exclusive
offers on auto loans, credit cards, checking, and certificates.
Hurry on this limited-time offers at 310 St. Robert Blvd., Ste 9
Broadway By Jeri
Thursday, April 17,2014 at 7:30pm
Tickets: $35 Adult / $25 Youth
Best known for her portrayal of Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber's
Tony Award-winning musical Cats, Broadway veteran Jeri Sager wows
audiences with her amazing vocal range and abundant energy as she
performs an array of hit songs in her one-woman show, Broadway by
Jeri. Sager also received critical acclaim for her portrayal of
Fantine in Les Miserables and Eva Peron in Evita. In addition to
her Broadway roles, Sager has worked in other theatrical productions
such as City of Angels, Brigadoon, West Side Story, Pippin, Joseph
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Pump Boys and Dinettes.
Broadway by Jeri promises to be a purrrr-fect evening!
Hello Friends of Z Loft Hotel Bar Grill
It looks like Spring is still fighting to gain control so lets
hope for the best!
We wanted to share some good and bad news with you. Unfortunately
we aren't having lunch Wednesday-Friday any longer. We apologize
for any inconvenience; however,
The good news is our restaurant available for private parties...Hail
& Farewell, birthday parties, professional group meetings, work
luncheons etc...call 573-336-7829 for additional private party information
and ask for Paula.
Here is a quick run down of our weekly specials:
Margarita Tuesday Specials;
Wednesday Kids eat free = 1 Adult per each child;
Thursday Wing Specials;
Friday Night = Men's Night;
Saturday Night Ladies Night.
Happy Hour is now 2 hours-Monday - Friday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Beginning in May we will have Karaoke Friday & Saturday Nights
--more information will be forthcoming.
We know you have a choice for your entertainment and we appreciate
your patronage and support.
If you have suggestions, comments or questions, please do not hesitate
to share with us--someone is always at the Lobby for your convenience.
Everyone have a Great week.
Assistance Association for the Missouri Veterans Cemetery Fort
At the February 21, 2014 Board meeting, Maria Bancroft, Meramac
Regional Community Foundation, provided the Board with information
on managing funds.
The next Board meeting is scheduled for May 2, 2014, at 12 noon
in the conference room of the Cemetery Administration Building.
Final preparations for the Memorial Day Ceremony, May 26, 2014 at
the Cemetery will be discussed.
The objective of the AAMVC is the management and use of donated
funds or items to enhance the overall appearance and operation of
the Missouri Veterans Cemetery at Fort Leonard Wood. The AAMVC continues
to request donations for this purpose as well as the annual Wreaths
Across America project.
If you would like to contribute or volunteer assistance, call the
Cemetery office, 573-774-3496, or contact Virgie Mahan, Association
firstname.lastname@example.org, or 573-774-2982.
April 11th: USO 8th Anniversary Party 11am - 1pm
April 16th: WTU Luncheon, 11:30am - UTC
April 17th: WTU Grab & Go Breakfast, 7:30am - UTC
April 20th: USO Troop Easter Egg Hunt, 10am - UTC
April 25th: USO Family Game Night, 5pm-7pm
May 1st: WTU Cake & Ice Cream Social, 11:30am - UTC
9th Annual Fort Leonard Wood Military Appreciation Day
The Mid Missouri Credit Union is gearing up for the 9th Annual
Military Appreciation Night at the Springfield Cardinals Saturday,
14 June, 2014. Game time is 6:10 pm. We are currently working to
secure the Joint Service Color Guard to present the Nations Colors.
The Springfield Army Recruiters will be in attendance where 100
young men and women will take the Oath of Enlistment. We are currently
working on a pre-game celebration honoring the men and women who
are or have served our Country. Last year we were able to put over
2,000 service members and their families in a seat at no cost to
them. We are currently seeking co-sponsors for this event. Not only
will your generous donation provide an evening of fun for Service
Members and their families, if you donate $500 or more, your business
or organization logo will be placed on all marketing materials.
I would be excited if you could join us in sponsoring this great
-We gave out over 2,000 free tickets which included free hot dogs.
-We sponsored the end of the game fireworks show which was amazing.
-We purchased Cardinal gear that we threw out to the crowd.
-We created memories that will last a lifetime.
None of this would have been possible without your support. Our
fundraising goal for 2014 is $19,000.00.
Any support you can give to this great event would be greatly appreciated.
I look forward to hearing from you. (573)329-3151 x8810
Young Sprouts in the Park
The Pulaski Master Gardeners and Armed Services YMCA are organizing
a free event in the Waynesville park for kids on Saturday, May 17,
2014, called "Young Sprouts in the Park."
Participating in this event could be a great way to showcase your
company for more community exposure and, to that end, we would love
to have The Chamber of Commerce & Chamber members participate
as activity hosts. You might want to look over the list of suggested
hands on learning activities to give you an idea of what we're looking
for, but you don't have to pick something from the list - creativity
is encouraged! If you would like to participate in Young Sprouts
in the Park as an activity host, please let us know!
Join in the fun at the 1st Annual Young Sprouts in the Park Saturday,
May 17th 2014, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Waynesville City Park. Hosted
by Pulaski County Master Gardeners & ASYMCA
Armed Services YMCA and the Pulaski County Master Gardeners are
planning a FREE kids and family friendly event held in the Waynesville
City Park in conjunction with national Kid to Parks Day and Armed
We would love to have many individuals, businesses, and organizations
participating in this event as Activity Hosts. Each Activity Host
will create an interactive and fun outdoor, recreational, artistic,
nature inspired, and/or horticulture-related activity and will host
that activity for the duration of the event. We are also looking
for organizations that could help provide and/or hand out beverages
and light concessions and volunteers to help with the setup and
take down on event day.
No sales transactions are allowed at this event, but activity hosts
are welcome to provide their informational materials.
For more information and to get involved call Carrie Williamson
at (573) 855-0128 or send an email TO email@example.com.
BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair) Gardening Classes
Saturday April 12, 2014:
FREE presentation on Container Gardening, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., at
Pulaski Extension Center, 403 School Street in Waynesville.
The Pulaski County Master Gardeners invite you to a free hands-on
presentation about growing edibles in containers. The class is being
presented by advanced Master Gardener Carrie Williamson.
For more information, email the Master Gardeners at firstname.lastname@example.org,
call 573-774-6177, or go to http://pulaskimomastergardeners.org.
Upcoming Class Schedule:
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to ~ Noon (or as listed below):
April 19 Propagation Clinic (9 a.m. to noon, $15 - there will be
plant starts to take home)
April 26 Wormshop ($40 for class & a COMPLETE, take home worm
composting bin or take the class only for $5)
May 3 Being Water-Wise in the Garden (FREE - we will be building
rain barrels for the demonstration garden)
Thursday, May 1, 6 to 7 a.m: - Managing Wildlife in the Garden
(FREE - Presented by Jim Braithwait, Missouri Dept. of Conservation)
All classes are at the Extension Center, 403 School Street, in
Waynesville. We love that most of the classes are free! The fees
from two classes will be used to help us continue to build the demonstration
garden on the southeast corner of the building.
On April 23rd, Arita M.L. Bohannan will besigning her book, Docket
No. 76 in the Roubidoux Plaza on the Waynesville Square at Cellar
Arita is a 1992 graduate of Waynesville High School, and raised
an army brat. Mrs. Bohannan was the victim of abuse. Her personal
story, paired with her love of the law, has provided her with a
unique perspective that enhances her writing.
For more information contact Christia Morrissey at 573-774-2002
or email email@example.com.
Open House at Webster University
Webster University educates professionals in the Rolla area through
our accredited master's degree programs.
Join Us on April 24th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 1103 Kingshighway
in Rolla. For more information contact 573-368-4569 or webster.edu/rolla
Tour for Life 2014
The Waynesville Dog Shelter & North Shore Animal League America
presents the world's largest cooperative life-saving adoption event.
Save a life and adopt a new best Friend.
Come out to Wal-Mart in St. Robert on April 12th from 11:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m.
For more information visit petfinder.com/shelters/MO191.html
First Community Wide Water Baptism
This event is open to all believers in the St. Robert, Waynesville,
Dixon, Fort Leonard Wood area who believe that Jesus Christ is the
Savior and desire to be baptized. (Please wear loose dark attire
if you wish to baptized.)
April 13th at the Greater Community Bapitist Church located at
21325 Hwy Y. Worship starts at 10:00 a.m. concluding with water
For more information contact Missionary Collazo at 573-528-7835
or Greater Community at 573-336-4477.
Guest Church: True Light Temple COGIC.
Better Empowerment 2014
Join Pastor Miki Collier, Pastor Monica, and Prophetes Valencia
Hines for three days of boldness, business, blessings, and much
more on May 15th & 16th at 7:00 p.m. and May 17th from 10:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Metamorphosis Outreach Empowerment Center;
1018 Missouri Ave., Ste 7. Cost is $35, for more information visit
Columbia Youth Wins National Oratorical Contest $18,000 Scholarship
Thomas Goodin, State Commander of the American Legion announced
today that Ashwath Kumar, a senior from Hickman High School in Columbia,
Missouri capped a busy weekend of competition in Indianapolis by
earning a total of $19,500 in college scholarships and first place
in the national competition of The American Legion High School Oratorical
Scholarship Program - "A Constitutional Speech Contest."
His winning oration was titled "This Great House."
Kumar started the weekend as one of 53 state or territorial champions
in the 77th annual contest. He advanced to the championship through
three rounds of intense competition. He became the third Missouri
student to win this national contest in the past four years.
Brandon Posner, a high school senior from Doylestown, PA, earned
a $16,000 college scholarship with a second place finish, while
Rachel Schartz of Humboldt, S.D. earned a $14,000 scholarship and
finished third. The
scholarships account for a small portion of post-secondary scholarships
that The American Legion, the nation's largest veterans organization,
awards annually. Scholarships totaling more than $136,000 were awarded
during the national competition in Indianapolis. Each of the 53
contestants received a $1,500 scholarship for each level of participation
they complete at the contest. The American Legion also pays all
travel and associated expenses for each contestant and one chaperone.
In his prepared oration Kumar urged Americans to protect the Constitution.
Kumar's speech included: "Albert Einstein said, 'The strength
of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen
to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty-bound to do
his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.'
As citizens of the United States, as the proud owners and builders
of this great house, it is our responsibility to protect and maintain
the Constitution: for ourselves, for each other and for all of posterity."
In each round of the weekend competition, orators delivered a rehearsed
8- to 10-minute address and a randomly assigned 3- to 5-minute oration
on a constitutional topic, each without the benefit of notes and
in front of a live audience, including the judges. The 2.4-million
member American Legion developed the contest to encourage young
people to improve their communications skills and to study the U.S.
Constitution. This 80 year old program also presents participants
with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership
qualities, the history of our nation's laws, the ability to think
and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities,
rights and privileges of American Citizenship.
More than $3 million in scholarships have been awarded over the
history of the contest. The contest meets the guidelines of the
Missouri State High School Activities Association and appears in
the Advisory List of Contest and Activities of the National Association
of Secondary School Principals. The Legion contest is a partner
with the National Forensics League, the Honor Society for High School
Students in speech and debate.
For more information about the Oratorical Contest and the many
other youth, family and veteran programs of the American Legion,
please call 573-893-2353.