It is time for fresh legs, new ideas, and new energy to take the Mad Bomber Run to new heights. Step up to take on this exciting challenge!
People for Bikes has awarded Thrive a $10,000 grant towards completion of the “King of Trails” bike/ped bridge over Elm Creek in Iola.
Join together in a community project to help build a playground in LaHarpe City Park on October 9th. We Are Allen County. Let’s ACT Together!
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.
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.
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 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.
Moran residents responding to a city survey have expressed support for the idea of a community exercise center.
With tremendous volunteer and community support, the Lehigh Portland Trails are moving forward towards a grand opening in Summer 2016.
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’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.
Thrive Allen County
9 South Jefferson Avenue
Iola, KS 66749