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Submit information at least 2 weeks prior to the event to:

E-Mail:  kcsi@kcsifm.com /Mail to:  KCSI / P.O. Box 465 / Red Oak, Iowa  51566

*  Hunter Safety Classes are scheduled for the Clarinda area beginning on Monday, September 4 and continuing on the 15, 17, 21, 22, and 24, 2015.  Classes will meet at the American Legion building (107 W. Washington in Clarinda) Classes begin promptly at 7pm and run until 9:30 pm.  Iowa law requires any person born on or after January 1, 1972 to have completed hunter education before they may purchase an Iowa hunting license.  Students need to be at least 11 years of age by the date of the class; however, the certificate is not valid until the 12th birthday.  These classes will cover firearms safety, hunter ethics, game laws, bow hunting, first aid, game care and identification.  There is NO CHARGE.  To register for this class, please sign up on the Iowa DNR Student Registration at http://register-ed.com/progrmas/iowa or call Page County Conservation at 712-542-3864 or 712-370-1158.

September 3

*  The Nodaway Valley Free Clinic in Clarinda will NOT have a clinic tonight at 6pm. Will resume regular schedule next week.

September 4

Essex Labor Day Celebration - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

*  Griswold Optimist Kickoff Supper prior to the Griswold/Clarinda Academy football game.  Serving from 5:30 -??????  between the school and football field.  Hamburger or hot dog, chips, dessert & drink for $5.

September 5

Essex Labor Day Celebration - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

*  4 His Love, a  Southern Gospel Quartet, based in Kansas City, MO will be at Essex Evangelical Covenant Church 6pm.  No admission charge, but a free-will offering will be received.

September 6

Essex Labor Day Celebration - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

*  "SCOOP THE LOOP" Car Show on Main Street - Griswold from 2pm to 60m.  Free registration.  Music Trivia Contest and prizes.  Rollin' Smoke BBQ on site.  Every kind of vehicle is welcome.  Sponsored by the Pieces and Dreams Car Club.

*  Nodaway Valley Historical Museum's First Sunday Program 2:00 pm at their meeting room......"Early History of Settlers and Agriculture in Page County 1840 to 1920".  There will be slides telling about people, events, and agriculture in that period of time.  People that have relatives that were early settlers/farmers in Page County during that time frame are encouraged to attend and share stories.  This is a free one-hour program. Refreshments will be served.  Donations are always welcome.  For more details call the Museum at 712-542-3073.

September 7

Essex Labor Day Celebration - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

*  9th Annual 2-mile Fun Run and 10k (6.2 miles) race in Essex. Registration at the Essex High School at 7am. Race starts at 8am.  Registration forms are available on smchospital.com and EssexIowa.com

*  "THE PANCAKE MAN" at the Lewis Community Center from 7:30 am to 10:30 am for a free will donation.  Pancakes, sausages, juice and coffee.  Sponsored by the Lewis Town & Country Boosters.

September 8

September 9

*  American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Stanton Care Center  11:30 - 5:30 pm.

September 10

*  Due to a conflict with the Iowa Hawkeye game on Saturday, September 12,  PIT SIDE LIVE will be aired tonight from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm on KCSI-FM  KOAK-AM.

September 11

*  Red Oak Public Library Story Time 10:15 am...today's theme  "The Sun"  No Charge.

September 12

September 13

*  9h Annual Marlin Coates Cancer Benefit 4-Person Golf Tournament to benefit Ruth Harris at the Red Oak Country Club.  11:00 am - lunch available for a free will donation.  All money goes to Ruth.  (Pulled pork sandwiches)   1:00 Shotgun Start - limit of 36 teams.  To reserve you teams' spot and carts call the Red Oak Country Club 712-623-4281.

September 14

September 15

*  American Red Cross Blood Drive at the First Christian Church in Mount Ayr from 11am - 5pm.

September 16

*  Casserole/Salad Lunch at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Red Oak from  11:00 am to 1:30 pm.  Cost is $8 which includes a drawing for a quilt.

*   Harvest Celebration at the Fremont Lutheran Church at Nyman (1147 Ironwood Ave) south of Red Oak 5:00 - 7:30 pm.  Menu includes:  Hamballs, scalloped chicken, party potatoes, seasoned green beans, assorted salads, homemade rye bread, selection of pies, iced tea & coffee for a free will donation.  Carryouts are available.  Call Amy at 370-1190 or Alicia at 370-6734 after 4pm today.

September 17

*  THANK YOU PARTY for volunteers of the Red Oak Grand Theatre.  The party will be from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Fountain Square Park in Red Oak.  In case of inclement weather the party will be held at the YMCA in the community room.

September 18

*  Red Oak Public Library Story Time 10:15.  Today's theme "Fingers/Hands".  No Charge

September 19

*  Youth Fur Harvester Education Field Day at Anderson Conservation Area in Red Oak  9am to 3pm.  All students must be under the age of 18.  Must pre-register with the Montgomery County Conservation Office at 712-623-4753.  The course will offer instruction on: Iowa's trapping laws, basic biology of furbearers, scouting and locating the most productive trapping areas, effective trapping sets and techniques, fur handling skills, and marketing your catch for a fiscal profit.

September 20

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September 24

*  2nd  ANNUAL RED OAK FOOTBALL ALUMNI EVENT open to anyone who has ever played football in Red Oak at ANY level.....FREE Alumni Dinner at the Elks.  Please RSVP your attendance by email to redoakfootballalumni@yahoo.com   Look for more information online at kcsifm.com or on Facebook at Red Oak Football Alumni.

September 25

*  Red Oak Public Library Story Time 10:15.  Today's Theme "Wheel on the Bus"  No charge.

*  2nd Annual Red Oak Football Alumni Event.....anyone who has ever played football in Red Oak at Any level is invited to participate in the alumni events at the football game.

September 26

*  SHENFEST....in Shenandoah.  Fireman's Fundraising Pancake Feed 7-10am at the Safety Center....Fun Run/Walk 7:45 am at Wabash Depot in Sportsman's Park.....Alumni/Alum-not Tennis Tournament 8am....Tractor Show 9am across form Safety Center....Food Court 10am - 3pm...Veterans Memorial Museum open 10am - 3:30 pm...Hot dog eating contest 11am.  Everly Brothers Car Show & Shine...Shenfest Parade 2pm....Bingo 3pm - 5:30 pm in tent at the Depot...free rootbeer floats from the Depot following the parade...Apple pie auction...FREE Everly Concert 3:30 - 5:30 pm at the childhood home....for more information call 712-246-3455.

*  HASTINGS FUN DAZE....8am - 10am - Breakfast with several area mayors serving at the Fire Department....Parade at 11am....Car Show 9-Noon..Food All Day...Silent Auction..Bingo  1-3 pm....Hay Rack Rides 1pm..Flea Market...Water Fights...Kids Games....Root Beer Floats & Brownie Sundaes 3pm - 4pm.  Pie Auction at 4pm.  Dinner 5-6 pm. Old Fashioned Sock Hop at 6pm.  Call 712-310-3914 for more information.

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October 3

*  60th Annual Southwest Iowa Band Jamboree.

October 4

* TRACTOR SHOW @ Southwest Iowa Tire & Service at the intersection of Highways 34 and 48 in Red Oak from 1-4 pm.  For more information call Bob Wingert  621-5444

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Montgomery County Fair

Page County Fair

Mills County Fair

Taylor County Fair

Fremont County Fair

Cass County Fair

 

 On-going Events:

*  Red Oak Eagles BINGO every Tuesday, early bird at 6:30, regular at 7:00

*  Red Oak Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at noon to 1pm for lunch and program at the Red Coach in Red Oak.  Guests always welcome.

*  Project Porchlight has meetings open to the public on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month at the Heartland Livestock Conference Room in Red Oak, for more information call 623-2281. Prayer Walk every Thursday evening 4:30 pm at Fountain Square Park in Red Oak.

AL-ANON, 12 step program, Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. at Faith Community Church in Red Oak.

*  Over Eaters Anonymous meets every Thursday at 5:30 pm at the 1st Methodist Church in Red Oak.

* Alzheimer's Family Support Group meetings the last Wednesday of every month at 2:00 pm at the Good Samaritan Society in Red Oak  (201 Alix Avenue).  712-623-3170 or 712-826-9592  for more information.

*  CHRIST'S CUPBOARD COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY is now open for service.....Open Wednesdays 3pm - 5pm and Thursdays 4pm - 6pm.

*  BINGO every Friday night at the Nodaway Community Building  7pm  

 
   
 

 

Contact KCSI:
Studios located at
1991 Ironwood Ave.
Red Oak, Iowa 51566
712-623-2584
kcsi@kcsifm.com