Here's a look at some of the great stuff happening this weekend in Sedalia and the surrounding areas.

The Sedalia Police Department and Bothwell Regional Health Center will team up for Operation Medicine Cabinet on Saturday, September 29, 2012. 

This event will be held from 10:00 a.m. to Noon at the Bothwell Education Center located at 14th and Ingram. Operation Medicine Cabinet gives citizens a proper avenue to dispose of outdated or unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

The Missouri Foundation Quarter Horse Registry would like to invite you to the Luscious Laddies fundraising event to support the Remember to Dream Therapeutic Riding Program. 

The Laddies will compete against each other in a showmanship pattern.  They will be auctioned before the start of the competition.  All monies raised will go to sponsor riders for the RTD riding program.  A $5 admission fee will be taken at the door.  This will be held on September 29 at 5:30 p.m.

The Burns Chapel Free Will Baptist Church will have a Fish Dinner. 

It’ll take place Saturday, September 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  They’ll have whole catfish and buffalo, for a price of $8, to include two sides and a dessert.  Beverages are $1.  Delivery is also available, just call 826-8614.  This is sponsored by the Beautification Committee.

Windsor Masonic Lodge holds MoCHIP Event.

Locally, this year’s event will be held at Windsor Masonic Lodge #29, 107 N. Commercial St in Windsor Missouri on Saturday, 29 September between 10am and 2 pm. Parents are urged to gather pertinent information about their child such as, doctor, dentist, and emergency contact and phone numbers, allergies, medications, and parent work, cell, and assorted phone numbers.

Information Collection Forms and Permission slips can be downloaded from the
Web site and filled out ahead of time or sufficient supplies will be made available at the
MoCHIP event. Height charts and scales will be available at the event to facilitate the most
current details regarding the child. As would be expected, security and privacy are of utmost
importance.  For more information regarding Windsor’s MoCHIP event, please
contact Mr. Wes Wiley at 660-647-2266, Mr. Ed Vought at 660-647-2547 or Mr. Jim Heim at

The Bless God America assembly will take place on Saturday, September 29. 

This will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Smith Cotton High School  in the Heckart Center.  Join pastors, political leaders, and church congregations from all over the country as they cry out to the lord for our nation and spiritual revival.  The featured speaker will be Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler.  For more information on how to get involved, call WATER Ministries at 660-343-3700.

The Schlafly Craft Beer dinner will be held at the Wine and More in Downtown Sedalia on September 29.

The aperitif will be a Schlafly Pilsner, the first course will be Israeli Couscous with Quinoa.  The Second course will be Jalapeno Monterrey Stuffed Pretzels with cilantro and mustard.  The Third course will be Scarlett’s Salad of fruit and lettuce and raspberry vinaigrette.  The fourth course will be handmade gourmet brats with caramelized onions and grain mustard.  The fifth course will be Caraway Pork with herbal pork drippings sauce.  The main course will be pumpkin, squash, ten year aged white cheddar layered with stylized potatoes and a touch of rosemary.  The dessert will be a cappuccino panna cotta.   The event will take place at 7 p.m. and will cost $60 with tax per person.  Call for reservations at 826-9463.

The Mount Hulda Church will have their annual fish fillet dinner on September 30.

It will be held at the Mount Hulda Lutheran Church.  From Cole Camp, take B Hwy  South eight miles. It’ll be held from 4:30 p.m. on and they will serve fish fillets, turkey, and a variety of side dishes and desserts.  Bring your family, friends and a healthy appetite for some for some good cooking and fellowship.  The cost is a free will donation.