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We had a great time in Columbus, Kansas last week, with our friend Mike Goodwin with the Kansas Trails Council, speaking with a group of excited community members who are looking forward to creating trails in Columbus! Thank you for inviting us to speak! We are looking forward to seeing what is next for Columbus! #togetherwethrive #talkingtrails ... See MoreSee Less

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Project 17- Together We Succeed

It’s almost here, the second annual Spring Clean-Up. Friday afternoon we will also see high school students and faculty picking up trash around town. Very proud of this community. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mayfest is one month away & we are so excited!! Take a look at what's going on Mayfest Weekend!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Project 17- Together We Succeed

Meet Ron Marrone!
He is our Co-Owner/President of Sales and Community Outreach

We asked Ron what Local met to him:
“Supporting local small businesses is a benefit to our community. Supporting locally owned small businesses keep dollars here to help fund our city, university, public schools, service clubs, churches and many non profits that help those in need. Supporting local businesses generate revenue to help contribute to our tax base.
Supporting local business means they are giving us their time, talents, resources and treasure to provide for there families, employees, friends and neighbors.
Supporting local means they live here, they work here and they stay here to raise their families. I don’t see the C.E.O’s of the large corporations that have a business here; living, contributing or investing their time, talents and resources.
So support local small businesses because they are supporting you. So to all God Bless this Great Community that is filled with so many loving, caring and sharing people. AMEN!”
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Westar Energy
Want to see what happens when a mylar balloon hits a power line? Mylar balloons can cause power outages, cutting graduation celebrations short. Hold onto your balloons to avoid service interruptions. Spread the word.
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