Tree Board of Burlingame

Tree Board of Burlingame Presents

There will be an educational opportunity provided by the Kansas Forestry Dept., Ks Dept of Agriculture, and the Burlingame Tree Board on what to look for and how to combat the Emerald Ash Borer.

In April Taro Eldredge, State Entomologist,  chose an Ash tree in Burlingame and with the assistance of the Tree board/City crew girded the tree.  The tree will be dropped by the City crew in preparation of it being peeled on Friday October 18, 2019.   The peeling procedure will take place in Sumner Park at  10:00  o’clock a.m.

The public is encouraged to attend this program.  There will be handouts on the Emerald Ash Borer as well as instruction on how to dispose of an infected three.

Swap Meet

BURLINGAME SWAP & SHOP

Central location to find clothes, accessories, books, toys, household items, and more!
10am-4pm

(Vendor Set Up starts at 8am)

Saturday September 7

Location: Ball Diamonds Parking Lot- next to Allen County
Community College.

RSVP for a booth: Fees will be $10 for 10×10 space, or
$20 for 20×20 space.

Will collect fee day of event, checks need to be made out to the City
of Burlingame Pool Fund.

Contact: Kenna- Email: acekansas@yahoo.com
Phone: (785) 217-7756
Or
Ray – Email: rwburns75@gmail.com
Phone: (785) 217-7755

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Community Swimming Party

ARRGH!!!!!
Ahoy Mateys, The captain has invited you to join our Pirate Crew as we sail the ocean blue on August 3, 2019 at the Burlingame Swimming Pool.

Please plan to join the Pirate Crew at the Burlingame Swimming Pool on Saturday, August 3, 2019 for the annual Community Swimming Party at 7:00 pm. Free and open to the public until 10:00 pm. After 10:00 pm, adults (over age of 18 and up) can swim until 11:00 pm.
Food, games and activities for everyone.

**Donations towards new pool appreciated***

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Employment Opportunities

The City of Burlingame has the following employment opportunities. If interested in any of the open positions, please contact City Hall at 785-654-2414 to secure an application. All applications are due to City Hall by April 12, 2019

Seasonal Help: This position will be 8 hour days 5 days a week during growing season. Interested persons must be at least 18 years of age and able to drive a dually pickup pulling a trailer. Job includes operating commercial grade zero turn mowers, weed eating, and edging all city owned property and including a property in Osage City. Individual must pass a pre-employment drug screen and would be subject to random testing throughout his/her employment with the city. Pay depending on experience.

Pool Manager: Qualified individual must be at least 18 years old and able to take and pass training to be WSI certified. He/She will be responsible for managing and scheduling all lifeguards, swimming lessons, cleanliness of the bathhouse and the pool area. Manager will be accountable for all money that goes through the pool admission and concessions. Position will require a daily inventory of concession stand. Candidate must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening and subject to random drug testing throughout employment. Pay depending on experience.

Lifeguard: Must be at least 15 years of age or older. Must be able to take and pass CPR and Lifeguard Training. A pre-employment drug screening is required and employee will also be subject to random drug testing throughout employment.

The Giving Tree

Please help our special families (chosen by ECKAN) who live in the Burlingame Community.

Each ornament (on the tree at City Hall) represents a present the special families have on their Christmas Wish List.

 

If you would like to help by purchasing an item for the families, directions are below.

  • Please choose your ornament off of the tree located at City Hall
  • Hand the ornament to Amy, Carol or Patty who will record your name and phone number along with the number on the ornament.
  • Go purchase the gift.
  • Bring the gift back to City Hall with your ornament by December 11th.
  • You can either wrap the gift or bring it back unwrapped.

If you do not want to purchase the gift, but would still like to help, please leave your monetary gift with Amy, Patty or Carol.   Monetary gifts will be used to purchase items off of the families Christmas Wish List.

Thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity.

 

Best,

Patty Atchison

City Clerk