Renting Hamlet’s park facilities will soon cost you a bit more. The park board voted Wednesday to charge $25 to rent a pavilion, along with restroom access. Five dollars will be refunded when the restroom key is returned to the town hall. Up until now, Hamlet only charged a $10 refundable deposit for pavilion rental.
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok is touting some of the city’s accomplishments in his first year since retaking office. Continue reading
Downtown Knox will be a hub of activity today. The Masonic Lodge is hosting a pancake breakfast this morning, followed by a rummage sale from 10 a.m. until dusk a their lodge at 208 N. Main Street across from the entrance to Wythogan Park. Proceeds from both events will benefit the Knox Lodge Masonic Miracles Fund. Continue reading
A full day of activities is planned in downtown Knox on Saturday, July 2nd prior to the city’s annual fireworks display. It will take place at Wythogan Park this year instead of at the Starke County Airport. Continue reading
The City of Knox Fireworks will take place Saturday, July 2nd in Wythogan Park. Mayor Dennis Estok told the city council last night the display will cap off a day’s worth of activities that will get under way with a 1 p.m. parade through the downtown area. It will be followed by activities in the park. Estok adds the splash pad should be operational by then. Continue reading
The fireworks celebration hosted by the city of Knox is scheduled for July 5 at the Starke County Airport.
A recent fundraiser at Downtown Depot raised $1,562 and business donations have totaled $1,976 so far. Another fundraiser is scheduled for this Friday, June 27 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. CT at the Knox Moose Family Center. The Starke County Commissioners personally donated money toward the event as well as the town of Hamlet and the town of North Judson.