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It’s Friday! You know what that means, yes? The Exchange for Entrepreneurs meets at Smokey Row for Coffee & Conversation. Anyone is invited to swing by and work, pitch business ideas, seek business help, exchange thoughts and ideas, or just enjoy coffee and conversation with The Exchange. Visit www.TheExchangeOskaloosa.com for more information.
Exchange Presents “Social Media Marketing:” This presentation will be held in the meeting room at Smokey Row during the regular Coffee & Conversation hour. Plan on getting to Smokey Row a little early to order your coffee and bring it with you to the presentation. There will be time for Q&A and conclude in a timely manner to make sure work time won’t be missed. Questions? Visit www.TheExchangeOskaloosa.com or call Pam @ 641.673.7533.
Don’t miss the Oskaloosa High School One Act Plays directed by Oskaloosa High School Students. This performance will be held one night only! Plays will begin at 7:30 p.m. and be held in the George Daily Community Auditorium. Admission: Adults, $5; Students, $3. Plays will be “The Least Offensive Play in the Whole Darn World” directed by Jon Smith; “I Was There” directed by Izzy Harvey, and “Check Please” directed by Cody Goldheizen.
Youth from all of the Mahaska Community are invited to the Y from 8:30-11 am, Saturday, April 28th for FREE Healthy Kids Day! There will be family friendly games, a bounce house, and local agencies with information. For more information contact the YMCA at 641.673.8411.
Take Back Day, an event Sponsored by Oskaloosa Police Department and Mahaska County Sheriff Department: Turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal in the parking lot of Mahaska Drug (205 N E Street, Oskaloosa). Visit www.dea.gov or call 1.800.882.9539 for additional collection sites.
Bethesda House is a multicultural church whose goal is to “infuse life and God’s love into people and families through engaging worship services that offer biblical truth in relevant and practical ways.” People from all backgrounds are welcome. Services are held Saturdays @ 6 p.m. For more information visit their web site.