On May 13th, we plan to host a Blood Drive through the Red Cross to help out during the critical blood shortage that we are facing.
We had a very successful stuffed animal and snack drive for Heart-to-Heart Child Advocacy Center
For the month of February, in the spirit of “love,” we wish to show a little love to our community by hosting a stuffed animal and snack drive for Heart-to-Heart Child Advocacy Center.
Hannah Hahn, CRPC®, a financial advisor with Ironstone Wealth Advisors, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC, in Newton has achieved the professional designation of Chartered Retirement Planning CounselorSM (CRPC®) through The College of Financial Planning.
The American Library Association (ALA) has named Sam Jack to its 2022 class of Emerging Leaders. Jack, who serves as Newton Public Library’s adult services librarian, is one of 49 librarians from across the U.S. and Canada chosen to participate.
We have final numbers for the Cornhole Tournament! Officially, we raised $650 to give to the Community Chaplain Response Team. Thanks again to everyone for your support! A special shout out to our sponsors this year, Conklin Cars of Newton, The LaMotte Family, Alex Vermillion, with Wadell & Reed, Regier Construction & Khaos Apparel LLC. […]
The R. Michael Rhoades Foundation announced a $3,000 grant to match funds given to Emerge: Harvey County’s COVID-19 Resource Assistance Program through the Kansas Leadership Center’s “KS Beats the Virus” initiative. The grant match will now give Emerge $6,000 to provide local businesses with resources to help make their spaces safer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through the Kansas Beats the Virus Program launched by the Kansas Leadership Center in partnership with the State of Kansas, Emerge (formerly Newton Young Professionals) was awarded with $3000 in grant funding to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community. After this grant was received, the R. Michael Rhoades Foundation offered a grant […]
Over the past couple of months, we have been referring to some “big changes” on the horizon for our Newton Young Professionals. Now, we can finally share the news! Newton Young Professionals is officially rebranding, and will now be called “Emerge: Harvey County.”
Through the Kansas Beats the Virus Program launched by the Kansas Leadership Center in partnership with the State of Kansas, Emerge: Harvey County (formerly Newton Young Professionals) was awarded with $3,000 in grant funding to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community. As a part of this initiative, Emerge has set up a program that helps award our local “mom and pop” small businesses in Harvey County for putting measures in place to keep their physical locations clean and safe for their employees and customers.