Around the County

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

SCHOOLS OFFER MEALS

Healthy breakfasts, lunches and snacks are available free of charge to children 18-and-under every weekday in June at Indian Camp Elementary School.

Indian Camp’s cafeteria, at 2005 E. Boundary Ave., will be open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Adult lunches in the summer food program cost $3.40, school officials said.

Osage County has two other designated feeding sites at Horace Mann Elementary, 2000 S. Pettit, in Hominy, and Woodland High School, 100 N. 6th St., in Fairfax. While all sites are open daily, their hours, dates of operation, onsite activities and programs could differ.

In addition to promoting healthy eating, the feeding site activities can facilitate student interaction, officials added.

FIREWORKS’ FUNDRAISER

The PHS Lady Huskies softball team is selling family packs of fireworks for $65.

These packages contain over $100 worth of assorted fireworks. Contact any team member to arrange for a purchase.

SUMMER READ ON

Pawhuska Public Library has kicked off it 2016 Summer Reading Program, with Tuesday and Thursday programs scheduled in the library community room through July 14.

The Tuesday programs are designed for students in grades three through seven, while Thursday’s programs are more suited for pre-K children through second graders. Each reading program starts at 10:30 a.m. and continues for an hour, concluding around 11:30 a.m.

This summer’s theme — “On Your Mark, Get Set … READ!” — promotes reading as exercise of the mind while incorporating healthy activities for getting everyone up and moving, library officials said. Young readers are encouraged “to join in and find out what all the fun is about.”

Reading program’s activities will include daily drawings in June that are part of a”Read for Feed” promotion involving the local Sonic Drive-In and Simple Simon’s Pizza. The Pawhuska City Library is located at 1800 Lynn Ave.