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Sabetha Strong Competition
Saturday, August 18


Old Time Saturday Night
Saturday, August 18


Grains for Hope Academy Application form may be found here at the bottom of the Grains for Hope Member page

Apply for Nemaha County STEP Foundation Grants

2016 Albany Halloween Hayrack Ride (pictures)

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Our list of current Chamber members can be found here. If you would like to become a member of the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce, you may download a form here.

Mission Statement - To advance the commercial, industrial and civic interests of the City of Sabetha, and it's surrounding trade area......and, to develop a unified public spirit in all, thereby we can endeavor to make our city more beautiful, prosperous and a better community in which to live.

Sabetha has the unique distinction of being the only city in the United States with this name. Our beginning is also unique. A young man, who was a Greek scholar, well versed in mythical lore and the Bible, had a dream of a wonderful gold mine in California. With a map in hand, he started his journey from St. main streetJoseph, Missouri with a team of oxen - one named Hercules and the other named Pelleas. Near the present site of what is now Sabetha, he met with misfortune. Pelleas died on a Sunday causing the young man to abandon his quest and stay where he was. He dug a well which he named Sabbaton, the Greek word for Sabbath, in honor of the day. Sabbaton lead to the name "Sabetha". The water from the well was exceptionally fine and became known to other travelers heading west who would stop to quench their thirst.

The first settlement on the land where Sabetha is currently located was made by Captain Arthur W. Williams in the spring of 1857. In the spring of 1858, under the township law, he premptied on half section of land, laying out the future town of Sabetha. Sabetha finally became incorporated as a city during the summer of 1874.

Little did the young man know what the future would hold for the final resting place of his faithful ox, Pelleas. Though he never found gold in California, the treasure he started continues to build.

Sabetha is a very diversified community of industry, business and agriculture. Located on Hwy. 75 between Omaha and Topeka, we have a lot to offer.



"Holly Jolly Christmas"
Sabetha Chamber's
Window Opening

Friday, November 23, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Light Up Sabetha
House Decorating Contest

Light Up Sabetha
Please call or email your name or to nominate a house by DECEMBER 14th.
Judging will be done that evening!!

First Place $200 · Second Place $150
Third Place $100 · Fourth Place $75

sabethachamber@gmail.com or 285-2139

2018 Homecoming Poster Contest Winners

2018 Homecoming Poster Contest Winners

Brick Street Ribbon Cutting

Brick Street Ribbon Cutting

Sabetha Sales & Transport Ribbon Cutting

Sabetha Sales & Transport Ribbon Cutting


Run for the Fallen
Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

Run for the Fallen is one of the most comprehensive Fallen Military Tributes ever compiled. It blazes a tribute trail across our nation spanning 6,000 miles in over 19 States during a 5 month period. Run for the Fallen is individually recognizing nearly 20,000 fallen service members since the USS Cole. The tribute began on April 7, 2018 in Fort Irwin, CA and will complete its journey on August 5, 2018 in Arlington National Cemetary. The tribute stopped in Sabetha on June 5th with a tribute ceremony at Sabetha Cemetary, and a closing ceremony at Sabetha Library Park.

Local runners for this event included Rick Smith, Shannon Stapleton, Caleb Clock, Kurt Mueller, Melissa Detweiler, Ashley Stalder, Brianna Gruber and Steve Plattner. (click on pictures below to enlarge)

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