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1,124 kids quickly picked up 50,000 eggs at the 2nd Annual Osage Beach Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26th at the City Park! First Family Church served 1,800 hot dogs, 1,800 bags of chips, and 1,800 bottles of water to attendees...free of charge!! Congratulations to our eight Golden Ticket winners: Molly Davenport, Jacob Lee, Landon Green, Maddy Roe, Kelsey Knoll, Marie Walden, Makenzie Smith, & Aiden Tauer. We hope you enjoy your new bike, scooter, or tricycle courtesy of Wobbly Boots Roadhouse, Surdyke Yamaha, and Hidden Candy Graphics. Watch the video clip for more evidence of the fun!
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If you missed last year's City of Osage Beach Fall Festival, here's a glimpse! This year, we've added a lot more! We will have kid's entertainer, Babaloo, a pie eating contest, the Firecreek Band and so much more! So remember to come out Saturday, October 14th from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to join the festivities!
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Pie eating contest at its best!
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At the last Board of Aldermen meeting John Olivarri; Tom Walker; Phyllis Marose; and Kevin Rucker are sworn in for their next terms as your Mayor and Aldermen! Sworn in along with them is our new City Collector Lee Schuman! #osagebeach #BOA

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***Mayor John Olivarri proclaims April 29 - May 5, 2018 as National Small Business Week***

Small Business Week recognizes outstanding small business owners and entrepreneurs in the City of Osage Beach.

According to the Small Business Administration, more than half of Americans own or work for a small business. Since the week-long event was first issued in 1963, the number of small businesses created has continued to rise. Fewer businesses are failing, too. Although it is qui...te popular to cite startup failure statistics, particularly in their first year, the reality is that 50 percent of small businesses survive five years or more in business.

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Marilyn Palomares Kimbrough
· March 7, 2018
This past Saturday my family was visiting the Outlet Mall when my mother took a fall. I want to Thank all the First Responders, the people that called 911 so quickly and that stood by and helped us w...hile we waited for the ambulance to arrive. I also want to Thank everyone that helped us at the hospital they took great care of my mother until she was Life Flighted to Columbia University Hospital thank you Jordan and all on that flight.
My mom had to stay in the hospital for a couple of nights to be monitored and was treated like a queen. Everyone involved from start to finish were amazing.
Thank you all again so much
May God Bless each and everyone of you!
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George Peter
· September 22, 2016
Funds for improvement are misappropriated and things that don't matter are done and paid for while important matters are deemed unnecessary or too expensive and things are halfassed over and over
Dave Grossen
· July 21, 2017
I think it is despicable how OBPD shift comanders refuse to assist other police departments when asked for mutual aid. They use the lamest excuses. If you notice, other departments have mainly stop as...king. Can't blame them, OBPD IS NOT other dept friendly. Guess their too important. Wait till they need help. See More
John Losito
· January 22, 2016
I have lived here since 1976. We have watched this City grow. This is a Great City to Live In. Also great City to Visit.
Lisa Waggoner
November 28, 2012
PULASKI FINE ARTS ASSOCIATION

Theater On The Square Presents: A Visit From St. Nicholas (or The Night Before Christmas) and The Match Girl's Gift: A Christmas Story...


The Theater On The Square in Waynesville, MO is proud to present A Visit From St. Nicholas (or The Night Before Christmas) directed by April Saltz-York and The Match Girl's Gift: A Christmas Story directed by Natalie McCart. Show dates will be as follows: November 30- December 2, December 7-9 and December 14-16. The Friday and Saturday performances will begin at 7:30pm. The Sunday matinee on December 2nd will begin at 5:30 pm (after the Christmas parade) and the following Sunday matinees will begin at 2:30pm. The box office will open one hour prior to curtain time. Seating will begin thirty minutes prior to curtain time. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets may be purchased or reserved ahead by visiting or calling The Pulaski County Tourism Bureau in St. Robert (573-336-6355). Adult tickets are $10.00 and children 12 years and under are $5.00. This show will be appropriate for all ages.
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Stephanie Crawfôrd
· August 22, 2015
Cool and pretty place and its right on the Lake of the Ozark.
Matt Galvin
April 30, 2013
http://www.lakeozarktalk.com/viewtopic.php?t=3130 and also anything else coming to Prewitt Point,Palisades Commons you like to annouce.
David Kay
· June 2, 2016
Hey anyone traveling to the lake DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO DIERBERGS LAKEVIEW POINT.

THEY HAVE EMPLOYED AUSTIN SULLIVAN WHO IS A REGISTERED SEXUAL PREDATOR. Look him up on the list online.
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