The Iola Police Department has earned a Platinum award in the AAA Community Traffic Safety Program for their work in making the community safer for biking and walking.
About Thrive Allen County
Thrive Allen County harnesses the strengths of local people to build healthier, more vibrant communities in Allen County, Kansas.
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Thrive Allen County is sponsoring a focus group about public opinions on health, April 11th at Allen County Community College.
Moran residents responding to a city survey have expressed support for the idea of a community exercise center.
The 2016 edition of the County Health Rankings show that Allen County has made significant strides in many areas, while facing continued challenges in others.
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The Iola city council has enacted a Tobacco21 ordinance, making Iola the third city in Kansas to prevent people under age 21 from purchasing all tobacco products.
Thrive Allen County is pleased to announce a new program to help prevent Type 2 diabetes. with a free introductory class on Tuesday, February 23rd.
At their February 8th meeting, the Iola City Council heard community input about a proposed Tobacco21 ordinance.
At their February 8th meeting, the Iola City Council heard from Thrive Allen County staff and residents in support of the Complete Streets Policy.
Progress continues on the redevelopment of the former Allen County Hospital site in Iola, with construction on tap for this Spring.
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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