The City of Moran has been awarded a grant from the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City to establish the first public exercise center in the community.
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Thrive Allen County harnesses the strengths of local people to build healthier, more vibrant communities in Allen County, Kansas.
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Save the date for the second annual Portland Alley Pedalfest: September 9-10, 2016 at Riverside Park in Iola, Kansas. Learn more about the Portland Alley Pedalfest Follow Portland Alley Pedalfest on Facebook Register online
The Lehigh Portland Trails are now officially open to the public, with over 7 miles of trails for mountain biking, trail running, and nature hikes.
The Kansas Alliance for Wellness recently highlighted the Allen County GROW (Growing Rural Opportunities Works) Food and Farm Council in a short video.
Thrive Allen County is pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Alexander as Thrive’s Deputy Director.
Please join us for the next county-wide community conversation at the New Thrive Building on June 2, 2016.
The Lehigh Portland Trails are temporarily closed while screenings are being installed. Please stay off the trails until further notice.
You are invited to the open house of the future site of the Regional Tech Center, at 2661 Nebraska Road in La Harpe, Kansas.
A new 0.4-mile connector trail will link the popular 6.5-mile Southwind Rail Trail with the new Lehigh Portland Trails system.
The Allen County Farmers’ Market kicks off its 2016 season on the SOUTHEAST corner of the Iola square on Thursday, April 14th, 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
Thrive’s mission is to support and encourage programs, policies and resources that promote access to healthcare, healthy lifestyles, and positive community conversation that improves the well-being of residents of Allen County, Kansas.
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Iola, KS 66749