Fort Scott, KS
Last Thursday, almost 100 city leaders and community members gather at FSCC Ellis Fine Arts building to observe the National Day of Prayer.
The National Day of Prayer was established in 1952 by Harry S. Truman. Since then, events like Thursday morning’s prayer breakfast has been happening around the nation ever since.
Dona Bauer, President of the Pioneer Kiwanis started the meeting followed by an opening prayer by Pastor Scott Moore, Church of the Nazarene. Sarah Mae Lamar shared special music accompanied by Jeremy Culbertson followed by a short message from Pastor Tim Woodring, Community Christian Church.
This event was generously sponsored by: Cheney Witt Funeral Chapel, FSCC, FS Area Chamber of Commerce, FS Ministerial Alliance and FS Pioneer Kiwanis.
This year’s Spring Town-wide Garage Sale has over 50 participants! The map & listing are shown below, or stop by the Chamber, Bids & Dibs, the Smoke Shop, County Cupboard, Main Street Gallery & Gifts, Pete’s at 6th & National and Pete’s on Wall Street to pick up a printed copy. Maps & Listings are also available online at www.fortscott.com!
THANK YOU to everyone who registered w/the Chamber!
Additional events taking place this weekend include:
Friday & Saturday: Pioneer Harvest Swap Meet @ Fairgrounds
Friday & Saturday: 50-min. narrated tours of Fort Scott, 1oam-4pm on the hour, $5 adults, $4 children
Friday & Saturday: Fort Scott National Historic Site open for touring,
8am-5pm, 12 buildings w/exhibits & cell phone tour, and 20-min. film
for viewing in the newly remodeled auditorium.
Friday: Dinner Theatre @ Common Ground “Rumors” by FSCC,
Dinner 6:30pm, Show 7:30pm
Friday: Holmtown Pub presents live music by “Eastbound” featuring
Todd East on the patio, 9pm.
Saturday: Farmers’ Market, Skubitz Plaza, 8am-noon
Saturday & Sunday: Two Girls & a Zoo open to the public
Sat. 10am-7pm, Sun. 12-6pm