Flight Squad Comes to Assembly Fundraiser
Thanks to the generous grant support from the Osborne County Community Foundation (OCCF), our organization, Bringing it Home to OZ, Inc. (BIHTO) was able to bring “The Flight Squad” to town on Oct. 24, 2019! These young men come from very different backgrounds, and now use their career spreading a positive message to the youth of the nation wherever they go.
Grants AwardedMay 18, 2021
OSBORNE, Kan.— During its spring grant cycle, the Osborne County Community Foundation awarded over $64,000 to 21 projects throughout the Osborne County area. The following organizations received funding:
Grants AvailableJanuary 21, 2021
County foundation accepting spring grant applications
OSBORNE, Kan.—The Osborne County Community Foundation is accepting applications for spring grants. Online applications open February 1 and are due Thursday, April 1, 2021.
- Wednesday, September 1, 202109/01/2021 09/01/2021 Fall Grants Open The event description! Online
Fall Grants Open
- Monday, November 1, 202111/01/2021 11/01/2021 Fall Grants Due Fall Grants Due Online
Fall Grants Due
- Monday, November 1, 202111/01/2021 11/01/2021 Scholarships Open Scholarships Open Online
- Tuesday, February 1, 202202/01/2022 02/01/2022 Spring Grants Open Spring Grants Due Online
Spring Grants Open
- Tuesday, February 15, 202202/15/2022 02/15/2022 Scholarships Due Scholarships Due Online
Helping students become and stay proficient readers is one of the schoolwide
goals at USD 392. In 2018, with assistance from a Dane G. Hansen summer
reading grant, "Camp Read-A-Lot" was established as a summer literacy
program for youth in the community. This program is hosted in the school
library in conjunction with the USDA free summer lunch program.
Osborne County Hospital
The MaxiVenturi Blenders can be used by the new Respiratory Therapist, Brooke Mick, in lieu of a respirator to treat COVID-19 patients. This can also be used for other health issues such as asthma
The American Legion
The American Legion Post 109 and the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 109 provide programs for veterans, their families, youth and community through annual events. WWII and Korean War veterans have generously devoted their
time and talents to the hall for decades, however with only six local Auxiliary members and five Legion members, the hall has been deteriorating over time due to lack of funds.