Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Taste of Leawood Saturday. The annual celebration of Leawood restaurants will be held Saturday, showing off the food from 33 local restaurants. Tickets are limited for the event at Town Center Plaza. [From humble roots, Taste of Leawood has evolved into massive celebration of Blue Valley food scene – Blue Valley Post]

Moody’s assigns Aaa to school bonds. Moody’s Investor Service has assigned a rating of Aaa to more than $152 million in general obligation bonds expected to sell this month. Moody’s said the stable outlook in the rating “reflects the district’s track record of maintaining consistent reserve levels in its Contingency Reserve Fund, and its demonstrated ability to reduce expenditures to match revenues in recent years in reaction to state aid reductions.” [Moodys Assigns Aaa to Johnson County USD 512 (Shawnee Mission) KS’s GOULT Bonds – Moody’s Investors Service]

Applications open for 2017 Leadership Northeast. The Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2017 class of its leadership program. The class involves nine all-day session of hands on learning about important issues in Johnson County. Applications can be found here.

Prairie Hills holding garage sale. The Prairie Hills Homes Association will hold its annual grade sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. The association runs from 71st to 75th and Mission Road to High Drive. A lemonade stand and bake sale at 7208 High Dr. will give proceeds to No Kid Hungry KC.

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