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Community Event: Presentation at Truman State University, Kirksville, MO on Wednesday
The Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce would like to let ATSU students know about their Spring Fever event at the Crossing on April 27th. They are planning student hours from 11:30 to 1:30 pm and Jimmy Johns will be handing out something (probably mini subs) to students with their ID. They will have some Minute to Win It games with students, great prize giveaways (iPad, headphones) and face painting for the kiddos. The event is Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 8 am to 4 pm at the Crossing Church, 810 E. Shepherd. Tickets for students are just $1 each and there is a $1 off coupon for Bellacino’s on the back of it. Children 5 and under are free.
The next still healthy seminar will be held on Wednesday, April 17th at noon in Couts Classroom. Sarah Spencer, associate director – online admissions, will be presenting, “Screaming in Silence: Autism”.
The annual Relay for Life of Adair County will be held on Saturday, April 13th beginning at 1:00pm at the Kirksville Primary School.
Please see http://relay.acsevents.org/site/TR?sid=128433&type=fr_informational&pg=informational&fr_id=52191for more information on the event.
The 34th Annual SAA Osteopathic 5K & 10K will take place on Saturday, April 13th beginning at 8:30am at the ATSU Thompson Center in Kirksville.
For more information, please contact Lynda Crossgrove at 660-626-2213 or email@example.com. All entries and results will go to www.the-pack.org. Also, please visit the Kirksville Multisport facebook page for more information on events.
Shoeman Water Projects and Hamilton Street Baptist Church announce their 2nd Annual Shoe Drive from Saturday, April 13th to Sunday, May 12th at the Hamilton Street Baptist Church in Kirksville. Bring gently used and new shoes and Hamilton Street Baptist Church with Shoeman Water Projects will turn your shoes into clean drinking water.
Shoeman Water Projects is a ministry of Eagle Wings Ministries, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 charity, working to alleviate as much human suffering as possible. They pick up gently used and new shoes year round from shoe drives and sells them to street vendors in places like Kenya, Haiti and South America. The money received from exporting the shoes is used to purchase well drilling rigs, water purification systems, and other supplies to bring clean, fresh water to those in need. The shoes stay out of landfills and become much needed affordable shoes. They have collected more than 2 million pairs of shoes since August of 2008.
For more information about the Hamilton Street Baptist Church shoe drive contact Kay Shelby at 660-665-4633, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.hamiltonstreet.org. Charles Jackson is pastor of Hamilton Street Baptist Church.
To learn more about Shoeman Water Projects visit www.shoeman.org.
Tickets for the Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department’s Spring Musical Dinner Theatre performance are on sale at the Kirksville Aquatic Center.
General Sale tickets are available at $20. Next Thing You Know will be performed April 12th, 13th, 19th and 20th at the Jackson Stables. Dinner begins at 6:00pm with the show to follow. There will also be two non-dinner performances on April 11th and 18th at 7:00pm for $5 per ticket. Seating is limited, so please get your tickets early. Tickets may not be purchased at the door.
Next Thing You Know is the story of four New Yorkers as they laugh, love and drink their way through the big questions that face all young dreamers who wake up in the city that never sleeps. Does marrying a really nice guy mean you’re settling down or just settling? Does taking a nine-to-five equal giving up or growing up? Does a decade in the city break you down or break you in?
For more information contact the Parks and Recreation office at (660)627-1485