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Lions Pride Park

 

Was established in 1994 by Pride Committee & Lions Club.  It is located across the street from the school.  Its intentions are for children to play and have fun.  Currently it is being taken care of by Clea Lee & local volunteers.

 

 

 

Lions Community Building

 

Was build in 1995 by Lions Club International Foundation and the local Lions Club along with local donors.  Within the building are the City Office and community library.  The building can be rented for parties and events, with holding capacity of 150, by calling the City Office.

 

 

Tescott Museum

The current museum was built in 1922-1923 and originally used as first and second grade classrooms.  The building was purchased from the original owner by Hal & Eleanor Berkley in memory of Carl & Ruth Christenson.  After much work, the museum opened for the first time alumni weekend in May 1989.  Today the museum is open on Memorial Day weekend.  However, if you would like to see the history, you can by appointment.

 

To Contact Us:

Phone: 785-283-4337

Fax:  785-283-4435

E-Mail:  tescottcity@twinvalley.net