Having put the finishing touches on a three-year community engagement initiative, a group of Allen County residents want the work to continue. Citizens from Moran, Humboldt, LaHarpe and Savonburg gathered Thursday at Thrive Allen County
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offices to discuss the future of Allen County Together, a monthly meeting in which folks talk about goings-on in their respective communities. The meetings started in 2015 as part of the Community Engagement Initiative funded by the Kansas Health Foundation. The initiative led to several citizen-led improvements throughout the county, from new playground equipment in LaHarpe, storm sirens in Elsmore and a fitness center in Moran.
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