Butler Rehabilitation and Health Center Host a Free Movie Night/July 20

The Butler Center invites you to a movie on the lawn on Friday, July 20th. The Butler Rehabilitation and Health Care Center will be showing the movie, “Hotel Transylvania.” Enjoy free hot dogs, popcorn, and snow cones. All the fun starts at 9pm on Friday, July 20th. Butler Center is located at 416 South High Street in Butler. Bring your lawn chair and a friend.

Four State Farm Show/July 20-22

The Four State Farm Show dates are set for Friday, July 20th through Sunday, July 22nd in Pittsburg, Kansas.

For decades, the Four State Farm Show has been the gathering point for farmers and ranchers seeking to learn about the latest and greatest agriculture technology and equipment.

Held each July, the Four State Farm Show brings thousands of farmers and ranchers to a 300-acre farm for three days of agricultural product displays and equipment demonstrations. With approximately 700 exhibits, the event features all of the major lines of farm machinery and equipment as well as innovative products from agribusiness firms across the country.

In addition to the product and service displays by hundreds of agricultural businesses, visitors can check out the ever popular hay equipment demonstrations. The Four State Farm Show will be giving away $500 each day at the end of the Hay Demo. This money can be applied to the equipment purchase from any company in the Hay Demo, or applied to an account for parts or service. The winner must be present at each days drawing.

The Four State Farm Show parking and admission are always free!

The Four State Farm Show hours are 7:30am to 3pm on Friday, July 20th and Saturday, July 21st and from 8am to 3pm on Sunday, July 22nd.

The Four State Farm Show grounds are located at 7688 Northeast 171 in Pittsburg, Kansas.

For more information about the Four State Farm Show visit the “Four State Farm Show” Facebook page.

New Missouri State Law Raises Age for Marriage

Missouri Governor Mike Parson has signed into law legislation which will raise the minimum age for a minor to marry in the State of Missouri to the age of 16.

Her legislation was added to a Senate bill in the final week of session, which then won approval from both chambers of the Legislature.

Not only does the new law prohibit the issuance of a marriage license to anyone under 16, but it also bans the marriage of a male or female 21 years of age or older to any male or female under 18 years of age.

The law retains the requirement that any minor under the age of 18 years must have the written consent of a custodial parent or guardian to obtain a marriage license.

Previous law in Missouri allowed a county judge to order the issuance of a marriage license to a child under 15 years of age “for good cause shown and by reason of such unusual conditions as to make such marriage advisable.”

Circuit and associate circuit judges will no longer have the discretion to exempt minors from the minimum age for marriage prescribed in the law.

DSWA Moves Back!

The renovation, redecoration, and overall re-design of DSWA’s office building at 210 West Ohio Street in Butler is complete! John Daniel and his certified public accounting staff are eager to be moving back in after more than 12 months in their temporary location.

Note: the DSWA Butler Office will be closed on Wednesday, July 18th through Friday, July 20th to complete the moving process. DSWA in Butler will not have phone or internet service during this time.

If you need service on those days, contact the DSWA Nevada Office at 888-320-5106 or the DSWA Raymore Office at 888-210-3560. These numbers are toll-free are listed at www.dswacpa.com.

John Daniel and his staff will be completely moved in and re-open for business at 210 West Ohio Street in Butler on Monday, July 23rd.

DSWA in Butler thanks you for your business and patience.