Danielle Marrone has opened Full Out Dance Company at 311 Cain Drive, Suite 3, in Haysville. A grand opening is planned for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The dance studio offers classes in jazz, ballet, lyrical, tap and hip-hop to children ages 2 to 18. Spring classes are scheduled for 4:30 to 8:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Private lessons and makeup classes will be held on Saturdays. The phone number is 316-209-3515. The website is www.fulloutdancecompany.com.
Interested in having a Girls Night In, Crafting Party or a Mother/Daughter Night? Learning something new? Lacey Shoeneman is now offering crafting/scrapbooking classes. Get together a group of your friends and have everything you need brought to you in a kit! Beginner to advanced theres something for everyone! Learn the basics or take a class featuring a specific project youll complete in one class. Each month there will also be special Holiday project classes to have something handmade in your home or to give as a gift. Call/Text/Message Lacey 620-214-9382 for more details.
Lacey also offers “Dave Ramsey Financial Peace” classes if interested. To a group or individual couples!
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (October 5, 2010) – With rising obesity rates and many consumers reaching for easier-to-understand nutrition information, one Oklahoma grocery chain is looking to make a healthy change. According to The CalorieLab United States of Obesity Fattest States Ranking 2009, Oklahoma ranks in the top ten fattest states with nearly seven out of ten (67 percent) of Oklahomans considered obese or overweight. To help encourage healthier choices, Homeland Stores, Oklahoma’s largest independent retail grocer, announces a partnership with Guiding Stars, the world’s first storewide nutrition navigation system to launch the good-better-best nutrition guidance program in their stores. Continue reading “Homeland Stores Teams Up With Guiding Stars to Help With Healthy Eating”
The Sun-Times reports that the Haysville City Council has voted in favor of bonds and tax abatements for the building of a 55 room Comfort Inn. The hotel will be located on East 71st at the Turnpike.
Pick up a copy of the Sun-Times paper to read more.
New Community Bank Building.
The Community Bank of Haysville will be building a permanent structure this year just South of their temporary building at 371 N. Main. Read more here.
The Pizza Place Moving To Haysville.
The owners of Johnny Bs in Haysville have purchased the Pizza Place in Mulvane and has moved it next door to to them here in Haysville. Read more in this weeks issue of the Sun-Times.
Johnny Bs Customer Appreciation Day.
The Sun-Times also reports Johnny Bs will be having their customer appreciation day today from 11:00am – 9:00pm.