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Kendra donated to Shepherd’s Center

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Alonzo Burton for School Board video

Paid for by Burton4Board, Teresa Burton, Treasurer

Music Night Patriotic Sing-along Tonight 6:30 pm Church Parking lot

Senior Expo 2019

Raytown Garden Club Annual PLANT & BAKE SALE Saturday, April 27, 2019

Raytown Garden Club Annual PLANT & BAKE SALE Saturday, April 27, 2019

Cave Springs Interpretative Center, 8701 East Gregory Boulevard, Raytown, MO 64133

Our sale features a wide variety of locally grown annuals, perennials, and vegetables, as well as yummy home-baked goodies! Our plants are known for being healthy and hardy!  We will have bulbs, bare-root plants, 4- and 6-paks, and potted 3″ to 8″ plants, as well as trees and shrubs.  All plants will be clearly marked with plant name, annual or perennial, shade or sun growing conditions, and price.  Our knowledgeable members will be on hand to answer any questions and offer advice, and since these plants are grown here, you know they will thrive in our local growing conditions!  Come early for best selection!  We will be under the Pavilion at Cave Springs Park Interpretive Center; Rain or shine!

CONTACT: Raytown Garden Club, Mary Monnin, President, phone: 816-356-9453; email ourzoo52@keri-brewstergmail-com

RGC donated to Shepherds Center

LaShonda Orkes for Raytown School Board

LaShonda Orkes Contributed to REAP

Sutherlands Fresh Fruit Friday

Sutherlands has a huge sale on fruit every year right before Christmas. Apples, pears, and oranges are $0.69 a pound and bananas are $0.39 a pound. The also have low prices on nuts.  This is always a great deal

STILLEY LAW OFFICE made a generous donation to Rice Tremonti Home Association



William D. Stilley (Bill)

Attorney William D. Stilley (Bill)  of  Stilley Law Office
is now welcoming clients from Stilley & Fowler P.C.



9401 E. 40 Highway, Ste. 150 , Independence Missouri 64055

The donation for an ad was generous enough to warrant a center page post as well as a column ad.

Sutherlands Fresh Fruit Fridays


Jerome Barnes Charter Commission Candidate



My name is Jerome Barnes… I am married, and have been a resident of Raytown since 1986. I served in the military for 6 years, and retired from the United States Postal Service after 30 years as a Labor Relations Specialists. I served on the School Advisory Board and Volunteered as an Athletic Director for 5 years at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School here in Raytown. Currently serving on the Raytown C-2 School Board and was recently elected to my second three-year term. I am a member of the Raytown Retired Teachers and School Personnel Association.   I am placing my name on the ballot for Charter Commissioner because I want to take an active part in the local decision-making process. If elected, I will work with the charter commission members and other community leaders to produce a charter for Raytown…a charter that is written clearly and in plain language that the citizens of Raytown can understand.

Like many others, I believe that Raytown is at a crossroad. We all want to see the great City of Raytown making the right decisions and headed in the right direction. I believe the charter, if written correctly, can be a tool to aid Raytown in recognizing problems and avoid some of the potential pitfalls our community faces. In Missouri, a town without a charter operates under state rules. That means Raytown is now governed by state statute due to not having a charter. A charter serves as a town’s constitution and will outline the structure of town government and the distribution of powers within that government under the Missouri State Constitution and state laws. For me, the charter is a defining document. It defines the structure of the city’s organization, describes the process by which important tasks are accomplished, clarifies the roles of individuals and groups who play a part in the governance process, and identifies who is accountable.

There will be two questions on the ballot for the Tuesday, April 8, 2014 election concerning Raytown Charter. The first question would establish a charter commission. Secondly, the voters are also asked to choose a thirteen-member charter commission. The commissioners (when elected) will write a document that will enhance the city way of doing business for the next 10 to 20 years. I encourage you to support the development of a charter for Raytown, and would appreciate your vote to include me as a member of the commission. I can be reached at smile4jerome@yahoo.com


Jerome made a donation to REAP. This is a prerequisite for placing an ad on RaytownOnline.com When he responds to the questionnaire,  it will also be posted. 

Sutherlands has Fresh Fruit Friday

Sutherlands Fresh Fruit Friday is still going to be held on Friday the 20th of December .  The reference to  Thursday was right below, the Fresh Fruit ad in the email Sutherlands sent out, but refers to Lady’s Night two ads above it, not directly above. it. 




An email from Sutherlands today announcing Fresh Fruit Friday had the following text at the bottom of the ad, indicating that the Raytown store event will happen tomorrow. 

*Event and offer at the Raytown, MO location only. December 19, 2013 only. Fresh Fruit Friday sale at all Kansas City area locations, December 20, 2013 only.

Care Spot back to school discount

CareSpot Physical Promotion

Real Estate / Estate Auction (Dave Webb made a huge donation to the Rice-Tremonti House)

Real Estate / Estate



Patrick & Mary Brown Estate

Thursday May 23, 2013 

7:00 p.m.

8507 E. 87th Street

Raytown, Missouri

Spacious Ranch House on nice corner lot, with furniture.

Real Estate sells at 7:00 p.m. day of auction

Real Estate: Spacious ranch house with 2,000 plus square feet of living space on a large 20,000 plus square foot corner lot. The house was constructed in the mid 1950’s and has updated vinyl lap siding with brick veneer and new windows. The house contains living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, family room with built in bookcases, three bedrooms and two baths.

 Additionally there is a large deck, fenced yard with a storage shed, and a two-car garage. There is a full basement with a bedroom & bath, woodshop, lots of storage with an outside entrance.

 The house has a combination of hardwood, carpet and vinyl flooring with the original hardwoods covered by carpet. The 2012 property taxes were $ 2,177.92. The house will include kitchen appliances plus washer & dryer downstairs and stackable washer & dryer upstairs, bedroom set, desk, nightstands, dresser & vanity, dining table & chairs, nightstands, and a pool table.

 Property open house and inspection Sunday May 19th / 1:00 to 3:00 p.m..

 Real Estate Terms: 10% down day of auction balance due upon closing, not to exceed 30 days. Continental Title Company to handle closing. Title insurance cost split 50%/ 50% buyer–seller.  Property sells subject to easements, restrictions, and covenants if any of record.  Auction is subject to estate confirmation. Auctioneer Webb and Associates are agents of seller only. Property sells as is where is without warranty expressed or implied. Possession is at closing. All information is from sources deemed reliable, however accuracy is not guaranteed.   Each bidder is responsible for conducting their own independent due diligence concerning the property.

 Auctioneers Note: This is a property on a corner lot with great landscaping. This spacious ranch house is furnished and ready for your ownership.  Come to the auction and plan to purchase this house.

Auction Arranged and Conducted by 



 Webb & Associates

Dave Webb

Stilwell, Kansas