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By Robert Pore robert.pore@theindependent.com   More than 50 people had the chance to participate in the Heartland United Way’s Tour of Agencies on Tuesday, visiting each of the 19 beneficiary agencies.   According to Cammie Benson of the United...
Posted at: Wednesday, August 08, 2018
By Julie Blum julie.blum@theindependent.com   Quynh Parlane could relate to some of the clients she helped this summer at the Literacy Council of Grand Island. For about two months, she worked with students teaching them English and citizenship...
Posted at: Monday, August 06, 2018
O’Connor, Deitemeyer presented awards at Heartland United Way meeting By Kelli Rollin kelli.rollin@theindependent.com  Mar 7, 2018    The Heartland United Way hosted its annual meeting at Riverside Golf Club Wednesday, where they presented a handful...
Posted at: Friday, March 09, 2018
Toys for Tots spreads Christmas cheer By Kelli Rollin kelli.rollin@theindependent.com  Dec 21, 2017    Toys, games, books and trinkets filled more than a dozen tables in the Pinnacle Bank Expo Center at Fonner Park on Thursday.   Karen Rathke,...
Posted at: Thursday, December 28, 2017
Petersen wins Cruze at ‘12 Keys of Christmas Car Giveaway’ By Kelli Rollin kelli.rollin@theindependent.com  Dec 14, 2017     Devin Petersen held the lucky key Thursday night at Tom Dinsdale Automotive and Heartland United Way’s “12 Keys of Christmas...
Posted at: Thursday, December 28, 2017
Heartland United Way campaign kicks off with Tom Osborne By Kelli Rollin Oct 20, 2017 Updated Oct 21, 2017   (0)   The Heartland United Way kicked off its campaign as the first event to be held in the new Bosselman Conference Center on South Locust...
Posted at: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Former Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne will help kick-off the Heartland United Way campaign in Grand Island at a luncheon from 11:30 to 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20 at the new Bosselman Enterprises location on 1607 S. Locust St.   The Heartland...
Posted at: Monday, October 16, 2017
By Harold Reutter harold.reutter@theindependent.com  Sep 19, 2017   People who gathered for a brainstorming session on ending childhood poverty came up with about a half-dozen categories fighting poverty in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick...
Posted at: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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