Northeast Johnson County morning roundup



SM East soccer Blue-Black Scrimmage set for Wednesday. The annual kick off to the SM East boys soccer season returns to Indian Hills Middle School on Wednesday. The Blue-Black scrimmage gives parents and fans a chance to get a first look at this year’s squads. A record 121 students tried out for the teams this year. The scrimmages will run 4 to 6 p.m. on the Indian Hills soccer field. Attendees can purchase a meal of pulled pork sandwich, chips, a cookie and a drink for $5 with proceeds going to support the team. The varsity squad has its first game of the season this Friday, August 28, vs. rival SM West. The game will be at the Shawnee Mission Soccer complex.

Juvenile returns home safely after NotifyJoCo alert. The Prairie Village teen who was the subject of a NotifyJoCo alert sent to neighborhood residents after he was reported missing returned safely to him home around 1 a.m. Monday. The NotifyJoCo alert went out around 10:30 p.m. Sunday night.

Prairie Village teen council applications due August 31. Students interested in being considered for the second class of the Prairie Village Teen Council must have their applications submitted by 5 p.m. August 31. To be eligible, applicants must be Prairie Village residents and sophomores, juniors or seniors in high school. You can download the application here.

Johnson County holding information session on King Louie redevelopment. Johnson County will holst a community engagement event on the future of the King Louie property next Monday, August 31, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in the Meadowbrook Country Club clubhouse. The project designers will be on hand to give a presentation on their plans to transform the abandoned bowling alley and ice rink into the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. More information on the event is available via this Facebook page.


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