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At this year's Chautauqua in the Park held September 9-10, 104 vendors in 133 total booths were on hand according to the Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce which hosts the annual event. The excellent weather allowed for an estimated 8,000 people to attend the annual crafts show that was sponsored by Hedrick Medical Center. The Traditional Arts area showed 24 different exhibits including blacksmithing, sewing, woodworking and instrument making. The children's area and inflatables were sponsored by Hy-Vee. Other key entertainment pieces were the petting zoo by FFA and the axe throwing Mountain Man Exhibit. The Chillicothe Arts Council provided the stage entertainment.
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Community members toured the new LifeFlight Eagle ambulance helicopter base at Chillicothe Municipal Airport on September 16. Organization representatives and city of Chillicothe officials offered remarks during a brief program that was followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a free lunch. The open house was a come-and-go event, and members of the public could get a close-up view of an air ambulance, visit with LifeFlight Eagle team members, and learn more about the organization. A bounce house and other inflatable recreation units were set up for youngsters' enjoyment. Individuals could also put on flight suits and have their pictures taken by the helicopter.
C-T Photo/Catherine Stortz Ripley
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The 2017 Chilli Bay Water Park swim season ended with 46 pooches of all sizes testing the waters during the annual doggy dip. Admission of $5 per dog went to the Tina Mapel Memorial Dog Park. The season closed out just shy of 30,000 in daily attendance visits according to Parks Director Josh Norris. This figure did not include special events or private parties. The facility averaged 370 visits per day, with the biggest day being Saturday, June 10 (661). There were 12 days with more than 500 guests. The facility was open 80 days this season and was closed 4 days due to inclement weather. There were 171 who attended movie night and 354 who attended a special late-night swim. C-T Photo Jaime Saucedo
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 Restoration work began recently at Chillicothe City Hall where the 91-year-old building has experienced significant water damage. The exposed brick wall shows extensive damage to the mortar between the bricks on the third floor. This photograph was taken from the northeast corner of the third floor. The overall restoration project involves various wall repairs, including repointing interior mortar joints, parapet wall repairs, upper cornice repairs, and sealing exterior brick with water repellant. Innovative Masonry Restoration of Kansas City, KS, has the contract on the project for $190,857. The restoration project is anticipated to be completed by November 3.
C-T Photo / Catherine Stortz Ripley
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Green Hills Public Golf Course
660-646-6669
Chilli Bay Water Park
660-646-6107
Chillicothe Parks & Recreation
660-646-4424
CMU
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities
660-646-1664
Chillicothe Fire Department
Emergency: 9-1-1
660-646-2139
Chillicothe Police Department
Emergency: 9-1-1
660-646-2121
Street Department
660-646-3811
Animal Control
660-646-1006
Chillicothe Chamber
660-646-4050

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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