Fundraising with Wendy's®
Wendy's® is proud to help support schools, churches, sports
teams, scouts and more with Community Event Fundraisers.
It's really easy - here's how it works:
1. Submit an online request form - http://www.wendysofmissouri.com
2. We will contact you with a Fundraising agreement and request
your non-profit tax determination letter.
3. Once we receive your tax letter and agreement, we will send
you a customized flyer for you to promote your event.
4. Promote! E-mail, share it on Facebook and hand out flyers to
everyone you know.
5. Wendy's gives your organization up to 20% portion of the sales
from your event.
Enjoy a meal at your favorite Wendy's with family and friends while
raising money for your organization!
Visit us online today at http://www.wendysofmissouri.com
and start earning money for your organization.
The Fort Leonard Wood USO will host Family Game Night from 5 to
7 p.m., July 25 in Building 805. Game Night sessions are designed
to give military parents and children a chance to spend quality
time together with an evening of board games and a meal. Game Nights
are free and open to service members and their families. Future
Family Game Night sessions are scheduled Aug. 22, Sept. 26, Oct.
24, Nov. 21 and Dec. 13. For more information, call the USO at 573-329-2039.
Shifts Needing Filled This Week
Friday, July 25 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (1) 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (1)
Family Game Night 4:45 pm - 7 p.m. (8)
Saturday, July 26 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (2) 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (3) 3 p.m.
- 7 pm (4)
Sunday, July 27 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (1) 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (1) 3 p.m.
- 6 p.m. (1)
This week we have a few open shifts and would love if we could fill
these, if you can help fill in please let us know!
**Please call 573-329-2039,
if you are able to fill any of these shifts. We appreciate any support
we can get in filling these shifts this week.**
Public House Brewing Company
Update -- If you look to the left side of the building you can
now see the awning that will provide shade for the future patio/beer
garden! We are told the exterior should be enclosed in the next
2-3 weeks. Stay tuned for updates. Remember, you can see the ongoing
work by clicking the following link.
It updates every 5 minutes. Enjoy!
Public House Trivia -- NOTE: Trivia will not be held on July 21st
but will resume on July 28th. Every Monday at 7:30pm unless otherwise
noted. Prizes awarded every week to top teams.
Annual Mead Celebration! -- Friday and Saturday, August 1st and
2nd -- Our annual Mead Celebration is back! Come and discover the
joy and wonder of the world's truly oldest fermented beverage. Special
guests the Leaky Roof Meadery will be joining us for the event and
pouring samples of their finest for your enjoyment. Special food
and mead offerings will be available for this weekend only.
National IPA Day -- Friday, August 8th -- We are celebrating this
nationally recognized beer holiday true to form. On Friday August
8th we will release 4 all new small-batch IPAs. These will be released
consecutively throughout the evening. Grab a table, settle in and
delight your taste buds with these four new delicious beers.
Firkin Tuesday -- August 12th at 5:30pm -- In honor of National
IPA day the August Firkin release will be another special IPA. It's
your month, hopheads!
Upcoming Live Music
7/25 -- Limited Addition (8pm)
7/26 -- Matt Peaslee (8pm)
8/2 -- Ragged Blade Band (8pm)
8/8 -- Dixie Union (8pm)
8/9 -- Boondoggle Blues Band (8pm)
8/13 -- Trilogy (7pm)
8/15 -- Two Far Gone (8pm)
8/16 -- "CUZ" Jazz Duo (8pm)
Sustainable Farming Ideas and Resources for Veterans
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension presents Sustainable Farming
Ideas and Resources for Veterans at Lincoln University in Jefferson
City on Saturday, August 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The primary purpose
of this event is to provide veterans and their families an introduction
to sustainable and organic farming as a potential career path.
Veterans and their families are welcome to attend sessions, exhibits
and demonstrations. Topics to be discussed include organic farming,
specialty crops, cover crops, native plants, native pollinators,
honey bees, fish, chicken, ergonomic gardening tools, and more.
Participants will also have the opportunity to visit the Lincoln
University Farmers Market and get introduced to marketing ideas.
Grant opportunities and educational publications will be provided.
Registration is from 9:00 a.m.-9:45 a.m. at Lorenzo J. Green Building
located at 900 Leslie Boulevard in Jefferson City. At 10 a.m., Sue
Baird, Executive Director of the Missouri Organic Association, will
present an Introduction to Organic Farming and from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. participants will visit the market and exhibits. A light lunch
will be provided for those who preregister. After lunch, there will
be a tour to demonstrate sustainable farming practices. Cold drinks
will be provided.
To register, please provide your name, email, or other contact
information to Jeff Hargrove (HargroveJ@LincolnU.edu
or 573-681-5385) or Dr. Nadia Navarrete-Tindall (Navarrete-TindallN@LincolnU.edu
Walk-ins are welcome, but advance registration is necessary to
receive a free lunch.
The ARK Update
You have ONE more week of SUMMER CAMP at the ARK Community and
Sports Center. This is open and continuous registration. Time for
the camp is from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This camp is for Kindergarten
through 5th grade. Set your child's summer journey with us at the
ARK Summer Adventure Camp.
NOW OPEN on Wednesday's and Sunday's!! The ARK Community and Sports
Center is open on Wednesday's from 6:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m. and Sunday's
12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. We will have group fitness classes available
on Wednesday's and our babysitting service will be open. Call for
more information about our group fitness classes on Wednesday's
The ARK Community and Sports Center is excited to offer new All-Inclusive
memberships for great prices. If you are looking for a family friendly
facility where you can work out and leave your children in a safe
place, then the ARK Community and Sports Center is for you. We have
a rock wall, basketball court, racquetball court, Cardio Theater,
LifeFitness circuit training equipment, indoor track, and an onsite
babysitting service. In addition, we are proud to offer Les Mills
group fitness classes like BodyPump, RPM, BodyFlow, BodyCombat,
and CXWORX. For more information about our new All-Inclusive memberships
please contact the ARK.
Call 337-9128 for more information.
Quality for Keeps Home Food Preservation
Five individuals participated in the jams and jellies food preservation
class offered by University of Missouri Extension on Tuesday, July
8 in Waynesville. Participants learned about safe techniques for
preservation of jams and jellies and completed hands-on demonstrations
of canning jelly and preparing freezer jam.
The next food preservation class will be pressure canning vegetables
August 12th at the Waynesville-St. Robert Senior Center. The class
will cover proper techniques for canning, and a hands-on demonstration.
The cost is $15 for supplies/handouts and pre-registration is required
for the class. Please call the Pulaski County MU Extension Office
at 573-774-6177 to register.
Field of Heroes
To show respect to ALL our heroes- past and present
A signature event brought to you by the ASYMCA of Missouri
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. (www.asymcaMO.com)
Participants will have the opportunity to sponsor a 3x5 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
their honoree. A commemorative card listing the date of the event
as well as your 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". Sponsorships available
by contacting the ASYMCA.
For more information, or to order a flag, contact the ASYMCA at
573-329-4513 or complete the enclosed application and return to
the ASYMCA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payments made be made over the phone.
The Swon Brothers
The Swon Brothers (Zach and Colton) first hit the national radar
charming fans with their incredible sibling harmonies and fun-loving
personalities as finalists on Team Blake in Season 4 of NBC's The
Voice. Newly signed to the Arista Nashville record label, the brothers
returned to The Voice in December of 2013 to perform "Later
On," the first taste of the Muskogee, OK, natives' upcoming
album, helmed by producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans).
The journey marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the
history of the Swons, who had the ambition to take their first swing
at a record deal when they were only 9 and 11 years old, asking
their parents to stop in Nashville so they could audition at record
labels on their way to a family vacation in Florida. Recently honored
with the Rising Star award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
The Swon Brothers will perform at Leach Theatre on Thursday, August
14th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are on sale NOW. Leach Theatre
box office is located at 400 W 10th Street( CASTLEMAN HALL) or call
573-341-4219. Purchase your tickets in advance and receive a free
beverage coupon to use on the night of the concert.
Sponsored by KZNN Superstation 104.5 FM
Conceal Carry Class
The next Conceal Carry Class is August 8th & 9th. The class
is taught by Advanced Performance Shooting, hosted by Waynesville
Gun and Pawn (and owner Don Bordwell is one of the instructors).
The classroom portion is 6-10 p.m.on Friday at the store (105 Historic
66, Waynesville), then the class will meet at 8:00 Saturday morning
and caravan to the range for qualification shooting and practical
instruction. Everyone will be back to the store by 12:00 for graduation.
Cost is $70. The State of Missouri requires participants to qualify
with both a semi-auto and a revolver, loaners are available upon
request. Please call the store at 573-774-7800 to book a seat, slots
Fundraising Opportunity with Thirty-One Gifts
Attention Churches, Sports & Recreation, Schools & Daycares:
Looking for a quick, easy fund raiser?
Thirty-One Gifts Independent Senior Director Robin Pruitt can help
you raise money for your church youth/mission group, sports team,
daycare/school, charity, family/friend with medical hardship, or
any other need. Contact me at email@example.com
to get information about an easy fund raising opportunity available
through August that can earn your group approximately $10 per item
sold, plus 10% of all sales. I take care of the hard stuff - you
just pass out order forms and sell these adorable thermal totes,
just in time for back to school. I even offer prizes to top sellers,
so you don't have to! *note- if you want to be able to guarantee
delivery before back-to-school, we need to start your fund raiser
right away, so don't wait!
20th Annual Military Police Regimental Golf Tournament
The 20th Annual Military Police Regimental Golf Tournament is scheduled
for Friday, September 26th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The tournament
will be held at the Piney Valley Golf Course on Fort Leonard Wood,
MO and is open to all Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, Retired
Military, and civilian personnel affiliated with the Military Police
We are extremely proud of those who have served our nation in
the past, present, and those who will serve in the future. This
tournament is just one way we recognize and honor the sacrifices
of all Military Police Soldiers throughout the world.
Fort Leonard Wood has been a vital part of the Missouri community
since 1941. Soldiers, civilians, and family members from the installation
have always and will continue to be major contributors to the businesses
and economy in the state. The purpose of this letter is to inform
you of the opportunity to make our tournament a commemorative event
as well as enhance advertisement of your business in the local community
as well as across the Military Police Corps Regiment. We would appreciate
the participation of your organization in this year's tournament
and look forward to working with you.
Any assistance regarding tournament sponsorship from your company
will be greatly appreciated, and this letter serves as a receipt
for a business tax exemption donation. The Military Police Regimental
Association (MPRA) is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service
as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Please reference the Federal
ID number 63-0870616 for your records.
Should you have further questions or concerns, you may contact
us at the contact information listed above. We request that sponsorship
payment be made no later than August 1st, 2014. Thank you in advance
for your help and cooperation.
Driving Range Sponsor ($200)
Longest Drive Sponsor ($200)
Longest Putt Sponsor ($150)
Hole Sponsor ($100)
Household Hazardous Waste Management Presentation
Almost every home contains hazardous products. They are used in
cleaning, home improvement projects, automobile maintenance, lawn
and garden care, and variety of other tasks. In order to protect
our heath and the environment, we must know how to properly use,
store and dispose of these products. A grant from the Missouri Department
of Natural Resources through an Ozark Rivers Solid Waste Management
District grant program to the Meramec Regional Planning Commission
and the Cities of St. Robert and Rolla will bring such information
to share with you. Residents in the Ozark Rivers district which
includes Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, Maries, Phelps, Pulaski and
Washington Counties can drop off their HHW materials by appointment
at no charge at the City of Rolla Recycling Center and the St. Robert
Recycling Center. The Cities of Rolla and St. Robert operate the
drop off centers for the district and the district grant pays for
disposal cost of the HHW. More details on the program will be shared
at the presentation session". The presenters are Jay Whitaker,
manager of St. Robert Transfer Station and Recycling Center and
Nongluk "Lucky" Tunyavanich, Environmental Programs Specialist,
Meramec Regional Planning Commission.
Lucky is well educated in the field of Public Health and Safety
Education. She started her higher education at Mahidol University,
located in Thailand, where she received his B.S with Honors in Public
Health. She then completed his Ph.D. and M.S in Health and Safety
Education from the University of Illinois-Champaign. Lucky started
working as an Associate Professor and as an assistant to the Dean
for International Affairs at her alma mater, Mahidol University.
While at her post she worked as a team leader on health, water and
sanitation for various international organizations, and as a short
term consultant. She then worked as an Office Manager at the Rolla
Eye Clinic before starting his job at her current position at Meramec
Regional Planning Commission. If you have any questions please contact
Jay at (573) 336-5155 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The presentation will be August 19th at 6 p.m. in the St. Robert
Assistance Association for the Missouri Veterans Cemetery Fort
The AAMVC Board met on 20 June 2014 with the following items discussed:
Kyle Pritchard elected to Board membership following the resignation
of founding Board members John Deem and David Johnson.
Kudos to the volunteers who setup and staffed our table at the
Waynesville's Route 66 Fun Fest June 21st.
In addition to distributing our literature and accepting donations
at Old Settlers Day on July 26th, we will offer opportunities to
win a handmade quilt, an overnight stay in a Jacuzzi suite or an
original, one-of-a-kind Americana plaque.
Dates to remember: 1) August 15th, 12:00 p.m., Board meeting at
which all interested persons are welcome; 2) September 19th, 5 p.m.,
AAMVC annual meeting.
For additional information, call the Cemetery office, 573-774-3496
and ask that an AAMVC Board member contact you.
Fermented Colors Painting Class
The Arts and Crafts Frame Shop is hosting a new and trendy painting
class called Fermented Colors from 6 to 9 p.m., July 25 at the Piney
Valley Golf Course. Participants can learn to paint in a relaxed
atmosphere and will take home a painting that they create. The class
is open to the public ages 21 and older. Registration must be completed
by 4 p.m., July 24 at the Arts & Crafts Frame Shop located in
the PX Mini Mall. For cost and other information, call the frame
shop at 573-596-0242.
Cardboard Boat Race
Gather some cardboard, a team of volunteers and register now through
August 15th to build your own watercraft for the annual Family and
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Cardboard Boat Race. The race, which
is scheduled for 10 a.m., August 16th at the lake at Training Area
250, is open to the public. Registration is free and available online
For more information, call 573-596-6913.
Back to School Supply List
- Book Bag
- Sports Physical
Missouri state law requires all students be immunized against nine
(9) vaccine-preventable diseases.
Call your child's medical provider to verify your child's immunizations
are up to date according to the current Missouri school requirements.
Schedule an appointment for needed immunizations.
Get two (2) copies of your child's immunization records. (Give
one copy to the school nurse and keep one copy for your records.)
You can still buy a Marketplace plan if you experience a qualifying
life event, such as having a baby, getting married or losing other
health insurance coverage. Learn more about special enrollment periods
and other coverage options outside open enrollment by calling a
Certified Application Counselor at 573-458-3676 or go to Healthcare.gov.
For More Information, contact PCRMC at 573-458-3676 or email@example.com
Aaron Valencia Live at Zloft
Come hear Artist, Vocalist & Entertainer, Aaron Valencia live
on July 26th from 8 p.m. to midnight at Zloft.