Military Police Regimental Golf Tournament
The annual Military Police Regimental Golf Tournament in honor
of the 75th Military Police Corps Anniversary is scheduled for
Friday, September 23, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 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 Corps Regiment.
Leach Special Performance Series 4D Theatre with Mark Nizer
Friday, September 23rd, at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15; S&T
Students $10; Family 4 Packs $40*. Contact the Box Office at 573-341-4219
The phrase "nothing less than brilliant" (Performance
Magazine) has been used to describe the comedy antics and juggling
feats of Mark Nizer. Making the impossible possible, Mark Nizer
has taken his one-man show to a variety of venues around the world,
including The Improv, The Comedy Show, Walt Disney World and numerous
* Family four packs are not available online. Four packs available
by phone or box office.
for more information for this show and others.
Pub 2 Pub Half-Marathon
Set for September 24th. Race will start at the Rolla Public House
Brewing Company 600 North Rolla Street, Rolla MO 65401 at 8:00
a.m. and end at the St. James Public House Brewing Company 551
State Route B, St. James MO 65559. Registration cost is $55 by
September 10th then $65 after September 10th. Make Checks out
to: RMC (Rolla Multi-Sport Club). Early packet pick up will be
at The Centre on 9/23/2016 from 5-9:00 p.m. Race day registration
and packet pick up starts at 7:00 a.m. outside the Rolla Public
Proceeds from this race benefiting Team RWB and our local Veterans
Home. Team RWB enriches the lives of many America's veterans by
connecting them to their community through physical and social
No walkers please. There is a 3 hour time limit for this course,
if you are still on the course at 11am a sweeper vehicle will
pick you up for safety concerns. Water, snacks and one free beer
of your choice will be available to all runners after race in
the St. James Winery & Public House Brewing Company Gardens.
In the Garden you can kick back and relax, play some bocce ball,
corn hole, life size chess and even enjoy some brick oven pizza
for lunch. All runners will receive a discount on pizza. Shuttles
will be transporting runners back to Rolla at 11am, 12pm, 1pm
Awards: All finishers will receive a finisher's medal as they
cross the finish line. Awards ceremony will be held in The Gardens
at 10:30am. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place overall Female and Male will
receive special awards and medals. All 1st place winners in the
following age groups will also receive 1st place medals 19 &
under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Rolla Oktoberfest Discount: All race participants will receive
$5 off their ticket to Oktoberfest. This is a beer and wine festival
not to be missed and will be after the race in Rolla from 1-5pm.
Email us for details.
Register: Online - www.split-secondtiming.com/upcoming-events
or by completing this form and returning by mail. This race will
be chip timed and is part of the 2016 Rolla Multisport Club Race
Series. All runners are guaranteed a performance style shirt if
registered by September 12th.
4k Freedom Run of 2016
Running Life's race to encourage others to keep up with the pace.
You don't have to run alone! Let Jesus be your pacesetter! Join
in on this Fun Community Event! You matter and we want you to
come join us!
Saturday, September 24, Registration at 8:00a.m. Race starts
at 9:00 (Runners)/ 9:15 a.m. (Walkers) at the Waynesville City
Park. Walk or Run - No Time!! No Rewards Just Simple Fun!! Proceeds
go to benefit Genesis.
Party in the Park
Join CASA at the Waynesville City Park for a fun-filled afternoon
for the whole family on September 25th from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. There
will be live music from the Rosa String Works Bluegrass Band,
inflatables, and free food.
Grazing School at Wurdack Farm
University of Missouri Extension will host a Management Intensive
Grazing School September 28-30 at the MU Hugo Wurdack Research
Center near Cook Station. The three-day program will include guest
speakers covering the topics of grazing system layout and design,
watering systems, fence systems, soil fertility, livestock nutrition,
and forage growth and quality. Additionally, an extensive farm
tours will be included to allow participants to receive training
on grazing system utilization.
The cost of the three-day school is $135 per person or $215 per
farm couple. This fee includes the cost of meals, resource books
and other handout materials pertinent to the course.
Space is limited for this program, and registration along with
full payment is required by September 22. For more information,
please contact Ted Cunningham, MU Extension Livestock Specialist
at the Dent County Extension office at 573-729-3196, or visit
Submitted by: Ted Cunningham, MU Extension Livestock Specialist
Wake up to Sleep; Diabetes Outreach
Come find out why we need to wake up to sleep. The Diabetes Outreach
program is free and open to the public for anyone who is interested
in learning more about diabetes.
The seminar will be Saturday, October 1st from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
at the PCRMC Private Dining Rooms, the Guest speaker is Cheryl
Hoerr. For questions contact 573-458-7659.
Special Waste Collection for Electronics and Appliances
A special waste collection for electronics and appliances will
be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 in St. Robert,
Mo., at St. Robert Community Center, 114 J.H. Williamson Drive,
St. Robert , Mo.
The collection is for household items only-no materials from
businesses will be accepted.
Microwaves, hot water heaters, garbage disposals, power tools,
humidifiers, and personal care items such as hair dryers and electric
razors will be collected at no charge. Free electronics also include
flat screen televisions and monitors, computer CPUs, keyboards,
printers, VCRs, and handheld electronics such as cell phones.
This collection is for anything that runs on a battery or cord.
A $10 fee will be charged for each CRT television and $5 for each
CRT computer monitor.
A special collection for electronics helps keep toxic chemicals
from entering local landfills. Electronics may contain toxic chemicals
like lead, mercury, and cadmium. For example, old CRT televisions
may contain up to eight pounds of lead.
"Ozark Rivers Solid Waste District subsidizes recycling
costs, as there are simply not enough local grant funds to cover
the total cost of recycling appliances and electronics. We applaud
citizens for taking personal responsibility for the solid waste
they generate and we welcome the opportunity to partner with local
cities, like St. Robert, to host special collection services throughout
the district," said Tammy Snodgrass, MRPC assistant director
and environmental programs manager.
From the east, take I-44 west to Exit 161 for Missouri Y/I-44
spur towards St. Robert/Fort Leonard Wood. Make a left onto Missouri
Avenue. Go .8 miles and make a right onto Adams Street (at Culvers
Restaurant). Continue straight onto J.H. Williams Drive.
From the west: Take I-44 east to Exit 159 for I-44 Business Loop
toward St. Robert. Use the right lane to merge onto I-44 Business
Loop/Old Route 66. Continue for .8 miles and make a right on J.H.
Program participants are required to unload items themselves.
The collection is open to any households in the Ozark Rivers District,
including Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, Maries, Phelps, Pulaski and
Washington counties. The solid waste district is tasked with reducing
the amount of waste generated for disposal by 40 percent.
The city of St. Robert and Ozark Rivers Solid Waste Management
District (ORSWMD), in partnership with Missouri Department of
Natural Resources (MDNR) and Meramec Regional Planning Commission
(MRPC), are offering the collection.
For more information, questions or to learn how to set up a special
collection in your community, contact Jill Hollowell at MRPC at
573-265-2993 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ozark Rivers District includes Crawford, Dent, Gasconade,
Maries, Phelps, Pulaski and Washington counties and their respective
cities with populations of 500 or more. The district's strategy
for solid waste reduction, which has been individually adopted
by all member governments and approved by MDNR, involves intense
education and increased recycling efforts in member counties and
MRPC provides the day-to-day administration for Ozark Rivers.
Formed in 1969, MRPC is a voluntary council of governments serving
Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, Maries, Osage, Phelps, Pulaski and
Washington counties and their respective cities. A professional
staff of 22, directed by the MRPC board, offers technical assistance
and services, such as grant preparation and administration, housing
assistance, transportation planning, environmental planning, ordinance
codification, business loans and other services to member communities.
For the latest news and events from ORSWMD and MRPC, visit www.meramecregion.org
or find it on Facebook at www.facebook.com/meramecregion.
Free Tickets for WSOF 33 Live in Kansas City
World Series of Fighting has announced the completion of a stacked,
six-fight main card for the unprecedented, three-hour, live NBCSN
telecast of the WSOF33: Gaethje vs. Dugulubgov world championship
doubleheader extravaganza at Kansas City Municipal Auditorium
in Kansas City, MO. on Friday, October 7th.
Fort Leonard Family and MWR has received FREE! Tickets for this
event. Will call tickets are available to active duty, retirees,
veterans and their family members and can be collected by visiting
or calling Leisure Travel Services.
Call LTS at 573-329-8587 for more information or to reserve your
tickets today! Link to LTS and Hours of Operation below:
A Sunset Salute
October 8th, the AAMVC and the entire area Motorcycle Community
is invited to participate. The purpose of this event is to honor
those buried at our cemetery and to raise funds for future beautification
projects and upkeep of those already in place. The cost is $15
per participant, and each will receive a luminary bag and light.
We will stage at a designated location in the evening, ride for
approximately one hour to arrive at the Veterans Cemetery prior
to sunset. Once parked around the Committal Shelter we will place
the lighted luminary bags at the front of the parked motorcycles
and enjoy a brief ceremony as the sun sets.
More information will be put out through Facebook and local media.
If you have any questions, please call Gloria McBeth at 719-371-2432
or email historianaamvc.com.
Waynesville to Host Circus
It has been announced that the City of Waynesville Park Board,
has signed a contract with the Kelly Miller circus for the exhibition
of an all new 2016 show. The circus will roll into town on Tuesday,
October 11, 2016. Everyone is invited to come out and watch the
animals being unloaded and fed, witness the raising of the giant
big top. Activities will begin early circus morning and the tent
will be raised at approximately 9:00 a.m. Guides will be furnished
for school groups and anyone attending.
The traditional "old style" circus will present performances
at 4:30 & 7:30. Support the Little Heroes Playground, buy
your tickets in
advance and save.
The Kelly Miller Circus, founded during the Depression, is marking
another milestone this year as it celebrates its seventy-eighth
anniversary. Founded in 1938 by Obert Miller and his sons Kelly
and Dores, this traditional tented circus has grown over the decades,
but maintains the tradition of great family entertainment it presented
in its humble beginnings.
This year's show features and elephant and a variety of mixed
animals along with a cast of international circus stars under
a beautiful circus big top.
The 2016 season promises to be more exciting than ever with
many new acts and entertainers to amaze and amuse you. Come out
and enjoy a day of fun filled excitement at the circus!
Annual Golf Tournament hosted by the Rotary Club of Pulaski
Four Person Scramble Tuesday, October 11th at the Piney Valley
Golf Course. Entry fee is $50 per person and includes riding cart,
green fee, and after event BBQ. Registration deadline is October
11th 10 a.m.; shotgun start at noon.
Rotary supports a student of the month for Both the high school
and middle school of Waynesville RVI School Districts...recognizing
excellence and achievement. We also issue every elementary school
in the county dictionary's for 3rd graders. Rotary Club of Pulaski
County partners with the Chamber of Commerce for the CHOICES®
program and we impact students life's during pivotal decision
making times in their life's and help them in their awareness
of lifelong choices. This is presented to all students in the
County in 8th Grade. Rotary supports Youth and Rotaract and Interact
Clubs which help students leap forward with leadership skills
and community awareness. As you can see, we are on the move! Your
support and sponsorship will make a difference in our ability
to support many incredibly important causes in our County! Business
Sponsorship is $200.00 for 1 Hole.
Contact Cheryl Cawley at 573-774-3666 for more information.
Genesis presents "Private Violence"
Genesis presents "Private Violence" documentary screening
at B&B Theatres in Waynesville Tuesday, October 18th at 7PM.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited. Please call 573-774-4040
to receive information on availability.
Veterans' Day Breakfast
The Maries County Bank is proud to honor our American Veterans
for their sacrifices and achievements. Please join us for breakfast
and allow us to say "Thank You" on Wednesday, November
2nd from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the St. Robert Branch on Route 66.
Sign up to win an MCB Employee sponsored trip on the Central
Missouri Honor Flight or a new American Flag.
For more information call 573-336-4411 or visit www.mariescountybank.com.
Armed Services YMCA Field of Heroes 2016
November 11-12th - To show respect to ALL our heroes- past and
present, 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.
In conjunction with the city of Waynesville and the Veterans
Day Parade, the Armed Services YMCA will be presenting a field
of flags, arranged in the style of Arlington National Cemetery,
along the parade route 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 on Nov.
11-12th, 2016. 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.
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.
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 pre-event materials
and a banner displayed the entire weekend. Guardian Sponsors ($2500
level) will also receive a commemorative flag in display case
and a plaque to read" Flown at Field of Heroes Nov. 11-12th,
For more information, or to order a flag or be a sponsor, contact
the ASYMCA at 573-329-4513 or email@example.com
or visit http://www.asymca.org/fort-leonard-wood-mo/news/event/field-of-heroes
Breakfast with a Veteran
You are invited to join Complete Collision Center in paying respect
to the Veterans of the United States Armed Forces on November
11th from 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
Breakfast is free and open to the public. Serving: pancakes,
eggs, bacon, pastries and drinks!
For more information call 573-451-3042; please Rsvp By November
4th. Complete Collision Center 787 Hwy Z in St. Robert