The Atwater City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Monday August 3rd, 2020 for a work session with mid Minnesota Development at 107 Second Street South, Community Center, regarding updating the current ordinances. Session will run 45 minutes.
The regular city council meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Cub Scout Pack 221 will be hosting outdoor games on Sunday nights in August from 6-8 PM. All kids in Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to attend. We ask that at least one parent stay with their child for the entire event. There is no cost and the Cub Scout Pack will be providing the sports equipment so bring a lawn chair and a water bottle and join us for a night of fun!
August 2 & 9: Gaga Ball at the Baptist Church in Grove City.
August 16 & 23: Kickball at Gordy Johnson Little League Field in Centennial Park in Atwater.
We will be following all CDC Guidelines for these events. Email email@example.com for more info.
Mayor Olson has called a SPECIAL MEETING of the Atwater City Council on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 5:00 pm at the Atwater Community Center located at 107 Second Street North. Purpose of the meeting is review a request from The HandleBar to have a street dance on Saturday, June 27 with the street closed.
The Atwater City council will commence with the annual council review tour after the public hearing is over. They will be viewing all the property in Atwater for ordinance code violations.
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Next Tuesday, May 5, is “Giving Tuesday Now,” a Covid-focused international day of charitable giving.
Harvest Bank is participating via our charitable platform, harvestbankmn.com/give (click on “Giving Tuesday Now” near the top), for several area charities. Harvest Bank will match 50% of anyone’s donation to the featured charities (subject to per-donation and overall total match limits).
The organizations included for the match:
Atwater Area Help for Seniors
Kimball Area Food Shelf
Quiet Oaks Hospice Care (St Augusta)
Centra Care Health Foundation (serving all of area Centra Care Covid PPE etc needs)
Family Promise (pending)
Kandiyohi Co. Food Shelf
Grove City are CARE (pending)
Living At Home Network (serves elderly home care needs across the state)
This is a trustworthy, convenient, and much more economical way to give than many alternatives (4% cheaper on processing fees than GiveMN!).