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Community Connections meeting set for April 7


Area agencies, volunteers, businesses, churches, schools, nonprofits and community providers are invited to the Polk County Community Connections meeting at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, April 7, at the First Christian Church-Bolivar, 407 W. Broadway, Bolivar.

During the meeting, Richard Conn and Micah Titterington from Project Thrive with Community Outreach Ministries will give an update on their new grant funded vocational and life skills program.     

The meeting will be held in the church’s fellowship hall, with entrance on the east side of the church. Breakfast will not be provided, but attendees are welcome to bring their own.

Community Connections focuses on improving overall health in six different areas: mental, physical, social, education, economic and spiritual.

The meeting lasts 60 to 90 minutes, but those attending may leave as needed in order to get to work or school. Those attending are encouraged to bring materials and information about their business, school, organization, agency or church to share with others.

Community Connections is a non-for-profit 501c3 organization supported by a coalition of volunteers, churches, businesses, agencies, educators and health care providers from throughout Polk County. Community Connections partners these coalition members together to help improve the overall mental, physical, spiritual, social, educational and economic health of Polk County families.  

For more information, contact Community Connections at Community Connections – Polk County on Facebook or via email at brian.way@connectpolk.com.


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