Local musician Baub Eis joins nationally-known Randall Zwarte Band for 2015 tour
Baub Eis is no stranger to the stage or studio.
Ozark Jazz Society kicks off 2015 performance season with free event
It started as a way to showcase local jazz musicians. Now it has become an annually anticipated event.
Board of Aldermen request information from city before moving forward with route connecting Three Seasons and Nichols roads
With a proposed road connecting Nichols and Three Seasons roads already in Osage Beach’s Transportation Master Plan, an Osage Beach businessman has an idea to make such a route a more immediate reality.
Osage Beach Aldermen allow new festival permit for temporary outdoor consumption of alcohol within designated areas of city
Event coordinators looking to serve alcohol at their outdoor events in specific areas of Osage Beach, such as along Osage Beach Parkway, can now apply for a festival permit.
Final in series highlights CLC’s continued efforts to provide families like these with early education and care
In the final article of this series, learn about how CLC funds its not-for-profit organization through different avenues, including fundraisers such as its 2015 SnapShots Calendar, as well as the additional children and parents that make up the CLC family and highlighted in the calendar.
At its Dec. 18 meeting, the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen unanimously approved the final reading of and adopted its 2015 budget.
Committee to form, research additional concepts, funding after first of the year
Osage Beach aldermen expressed positive support of a proposed Highway 54 Expressway intersection beautification project presented at the Board of Aldermen’s meeting Dec. 18.
Fourth in series highlights how CLC’s EDGE after-school program progresses skills for kids like Janelle Rauba
In the fourth of this series, learn about CLC SnapShots Calendar’s Miss December and “Little Drummer Girl” Janelle Rauba’s gained independence through activities and social peer interaction at CLC’s Edge after-school program
Breakfast With Santa event Dec. 14 allows families to support Camden County Relay For Life
For the last six years, the Yellow Roses Relay For Life team has raised more than $7,000 at its annual Breakfast With Santa event for Camden County Relay For Life.
Third in series highlights Scott Wynne’s social growth through the CLC’s early education and care center
n the third of this series, learn about Scott Wynne, featured on the calendar’s cover, his family and how early education and care through CLC continues to help prepare him for kindergarten next fall.