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Kingsley's 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 28th
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Kingsley's Main Street
More information to come.  

Hosted by:
Kingsley Public Library
Lee & Stacy Campbell
Drew& Kim Hackett


If interested in sponsoring a trunk please
contact: 
Julie-Kingsley Public Library 712-378-2410
Kim-Dirt Road Design 712-898-8993 or 712-378-2980
Stacy-Christopher Robin Preschool 712-378-2021

 






Kingsley City Police Department is encouraging citizens to lock their cars
and garages at night and removing valuables from cars.
There has been a rash of car thefts in the area lately
and are encouraging citizens to be pro-active and secure their cars at night.

 





 





Garbage is not allowed in the blue recycle totes.

For those of you who are not following the recycling rules please know that the
City does the recycling program for a reason. By recycling less tonnage goes
into the landfill and therefore saves the taxpayer money.

The City receives credit for the recycling tonnage. If you put garbage with your
recycling materials, the garbage service will not dump the blue tote.

The recycle dumpsters on West 1st Street are only for recycling material, no garbage.

Be aware that garbage is not allowed in the tree dump area, south of town.
Lately, items have been found that do not belong with tree waste.
This could lead to the tree dump being locked up and no one will be able to use this service.
 



Save the Date

These dates and events are subject to change.


Hometown Christmas November 24th & 25th, 2017

 



 

Do you have an event you would like advertised to the community of Kingsley?
Do you have an event, fundraiser, celebration that you would like posted on the Kingsley calendar/website? Would you like your business added to the directory? Please email kim@dirtroaddesign.com, call 712-898-8993/712-378-2980, or stop in Dirt Road Design to submit your additions.
If including a photo please send in jpeg form.

                                       

 

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