Osceola also offers beautiful parks: East Lake Park – east on Highway 34 that offers wonderful shelters for picnics, fishing, playground equipment, and the lookout tower. East Lake is also home to a pair of trumpeter swans (and offspring) that are a very popular attraction. We also have Q-Pond Park that has limited playground and shelters as well as walking trails. This park is located west of town on Clay Street.
Each year, Osceola Chamber Main Street strives to improve the quality of living for all Osceola businesses and residents through a host of activities, workshops, and grants. We do that by working with businesses, community partners, individuals, and more.
However, we cannot do it without the financial backing of the community. That is why we are currently in our Total Resource Campaign. OCMS volunteers will be out over the next five weeks visiting as many local businesses as possible between October 16th and November 17th. They will talk to you about an OCMS membership investment and sponsorship opportunities available for the 2018 calendar year. If you like the events and such we do, make sure to sign up and sponsor one of them! (Some limited availabilities will apply).
You can also keep track of sponsorships sold and see how hard the volunteers are working to accomplish this task through the attached items below. As always, if you have any questions, please contact our Executive Director, Derek Lumsden, at 641-342-4200 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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