Community notes for July 31

07/30/2013 10:45 AM

07/30/2013 10:46 AM

Liberty indoor pool closed

The Liberty Community Center indoor pool will be closed through Sept. 8 for a tile renovation project.

To accommodate patrons, outdoor pool hours have been extended and that pool will remain open after Labor Day until the indoor pool work is completed.

After Aug. 4 access to the warm pool, hot tub and sauna will be available.

The outdoor pool will be used for swim classes, lap swimming, water aerobics and will have open swim times.

For information call

816-439-4360 or go to the city’s website at


Cruise Night in Parkville

Cool tunes and hot wheels are planned at the next Parkville Cruise Night from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday in Historic Downtown Parkville.

The cruise night is sponsored by Main Street Parkville Association.

The final cruise night of the year is Sept. 7.

For information call

816-505-2227 or go to


Theatre in the Park final show

Sixty cast members will take the stage in “Music Man” Aug. 2-4 for Gladstone Theatre in the Park at the Oak Grove Park Amphitheater. The North Star Community Band will play.

Performances for begin at 8:30 each night. Concessions will be sold by Gladstone Rotary.

The performances are free, but donations are welcome and will go to the Gladstone Theatre in the Park productions.

The blanket run — when blankets and chairs can be set out on the grass — is at 3 p.m. in Oak Grove Park.

For more information, call



Employment team earns state recognition

The Missouri Department of Mental Health recently awarded Exemplary status to Tri-County Mental Health’s Employment Services team for its evidence-based supported employment.

“The evidence-based model is designed to help people with serious and persistent mental illness find and keep competitive jobs,” said Tish Thomas, Missouri trainer for Supported Employment, Region 7. She also praised the agency for its partnerships with area employers and counselors.

Tri-County is the first agency in Missouri to be awarded the Exemplary status.

For information on Tri-county call

816-468-0400 or go to


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