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ROYALS PLAYBACK SCHEDULE IN JULY
on KVSV AM1190 and Stereo 102.9 the Mix and kvsvradio.com
Thurs July 2nd…7pm….Greinke 1st shutout…4/18/2009
Sat July 4th………6pm…Ned Yost 1st game/1st win 5/14/2010
Sun..July 5th…….12pm…Frantic Comeback at Fenway..8/25/12
Tues July 7th…….7pm…Sung Woo Super Fan Game….8/11/2014
Thurs July 9th……7pm…Royal Rumble in Chicago…4/23/2015
Sat July 11th……..6pm Yost most wins in Franchise History..7/18/2015
Sun July 12th…….12pm….Dyson triple and Grand Slam..7/18/2016
Tues July 14th…….7pm…Hosmer walkoff vs Greg Holland….8/23/17
Thurs July 16th……7pm…The Complete Junis…8/28/2018
Sat July 18…………..6pm….Bubba Starling ist MLB hit…7/13/19
Sun July 19…………12pm…Homerun Derby in Chicago..9/11/2019
The Beloit Senior Center (220 N. Hersey) has re-opened for in-house activities and dining. Seating is still limited at this time; so, call (738-5802) to reserve your spot. Activities begin at 11 a.m. and dinner at 11:30 a.m.
June 30, 2020
Salina, Kansas – Amid COVID-19 concerns, OCCK, Inc. Transportation will be requiring face masks for all passengers on all transportation services including CityGo, 81 Connection, Regional Paratransit, City of Abilene, and KanConnect public transportation beginning at start of business on Friday, July 3, 2020, and continuing until further notice.
A small number of masks will be available upon request for passengers each day starting on Friday July 3, 2020. However, all passengers must have their own masks starting Monday, July 13, 2020, in order to board transportation vehicles.
Social distancing guidelines will still be followed.
Extensive cleaning of vehicles is still taking place.
Service levels will be adjusted as the situation warrants. Information will be submitted to the media, posted on Facebook and the OCCK Transportation website.
For more information about OCCK, Inc., visit www.occk.com. For more information about CityGo and OCCK Transportation, visit www.salinacitygo.com. Or, contact the OCCK Transportation Center at 785-826-1583.
Mitchell County and the City of Beloit are now accepting grant applications for the Community Development Block Grant program. Mitchell County and the City of Beloit received $132,000 each to help our local businesses with payroll and inventory expenses.
Grant funds are from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and administered by the Kansas Department of Commerce. As sub-recipients, we must comply with all state and federal reporting requirements.
In order to qualify, each employee of a business must complete a Job Certification Form. Because this is a HUD program, 51% of a business’s employees must be at 80% low-moderate income or lower. E.g.) 80% LMI for a family of 4 is $53,450.
Applications are due by noon on Thursday, July 23rd, 2020. The Grant Review Team will then review all applications and determine a formula to fulfill as many requests as possible.
Once notified of awards, businesses will then be required to provide proof of how the funds are spent. E.g.) copy of an invoice and check to purchase inventory to restock or copy of payroll from before and after a determined COVID19 time period to show expenses and jobs retained.
We acknowledge the complexities of this program but remind businesses this is a grant and not a loan.
Grant application for businesses within the City of Beloit: https://www.beloitks.org/263/CDBG-CV-Grants
Grant application for Mitchell County businesses: https://www.mitchellcountykansas.com/grant-opportunity.html
The application must be submitted by July 23rd at noon to:
Solomon Valley Economic Development
209 East Main Street, #104
Beloit, KS 67420
Questions please contact:
Heather Hartman at email@example.com 785.738.3000
Keegan Bailey, NCRPC at firstname.lastname@example.org 785.738.2218
Grilled Cheese of the Week: “The Rock” Ham, Pineapple Chutney with Smoked Provolone
Drink: Smoky Hill Czech White Blend, $6/$20
Let’s Celebrate on Saturday, July 4th, 2020 at the Lake!
Thank you to the Waconda Lake Association, the Waconda Cultural Association, Becker Autos & Trailers, Doug’s Auto Service, Glen Elder Lions Club, Guaranty State Bank and Trust, Ringneck Ranch, Inc., Winkel Manufacturing, Cassiopeia Club, Linton Insurance Agency, the City of Beloit, the City of Glen Elder, Farmway Credit Union, Frasier, Johnson & Martin LLC, Solomon Valley Bank, Owen Chiropractic PA, S & S Drug, KVSV Radio, Ost Family, Allen Kee/ American Family Insurance, Beloit Buick GMC, Brush Art Corp, First Bank of Beloit, Eilert Family, Schroeder Family, Klema Family, Whitlow Family, Jay and Rita Rowh, Pestinger Family, and Wholesale Liquor for your support of the Annual Fireworks display at Glen Elder State Park.
Calendar of Events
- June 29 – July 5 – Heart Choices Fireworks stand, Old Shopko Parking Lot
- July 4 – Fireworks at Glen Elder State Park
- July 11 – Chamber Golf Classic, email email@example.com to get registered.
- July 23 – 25 Mitchell County Fair