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You can access the 2023 Overbrook Osage County Fairbook here:
Here in Overbrook, we love our local businesses. That's why every month we are going to spotlight some of them! Make sure to check back every month to see all the wonderful businesses we have here in Overbrook!
You can view Overbrook's Consumer Confidence Report at http://krwa.net/ccr/Overbrook/. If you have any questions, contact City Hall.
Do you have a college degree and outstanding student loans? Have you recently moved to Osage County? The Overbrook Growth Committee is excited to announce that the state of Kansas is offering Student Loan Reimbursement Assistance to residents of Rural Opportunity Zones. Applications are due Sept 30th; requirements are very simple!
"Nutrition Program -- The Overbrook Growth Committee in conjunction with the East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging (ECKAAA) is offering a Nutrition Program dedicated to meeting nutritional needs to citizens 60 years and older in Overbrook. We currently provide hot meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays; the meals are delivered to the Overbrook Housing Authority Community Center where participants pick up their meal. Donations of $3.50 per meal are encouraged; however, no one will be denied if unable to donate. For more information, please contact Hanna Smith at 1-785-393-2246 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Overbrook Housing Authority Community Center on Tuesdays or Thursdays between 11:30am and 12:00pm."
KDA-DWR coordinates with the Kansas Department of Emergency Management (KDEM) as well as the National Weather Service (NWS) and governor’s office to pass a proclamation signed by the governor to recognize flood safety week in the month of March each year. It is a collaborative effort to raise awareness during the start of flood season. The week deliberately coincides with the NWS Severe Weather Awareness week, which includes the threat of other hazards in addition to flooding.
If you would like a copy of the Don't Overcook Overbrook community cookbook, we still have some available at City Hall! The cookbook is $20 (tax included) and the money goes to the Overbrook Historical Society.