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Hiawatha Farmers' Markets to start up April 30
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
Over 30 vendors will be in attendance when the farmers' market season begins in Hiawatha April 30.

Special free workshop offered about family priorities and goal-setting
by Nancy Grindle Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
While almost everyone feels that one's family is the most important group of people in their lives, sometimes that family could benefit from some planning so it operates in a beneficial way.

Hiawatha helps residents with spring cleaning
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
Hiawatha is helping its residents get rid of the cobwebs of winter and do a little spring cleaning.

Linn County officials present State of the County
by Report submitted · May 1st, 2017
Linn County Supervisor Brent Oleson gave the main address at last Wednesday's 12th annual State of the County luncheon at The Hotel at Kirkwood Center in Cedar Rapids during National County Government Month. His theme was "The Power of One, The Power of Many." The State of the County luncheon was open to the public and hosted by the League of Women Voters of Linn County.

Stings can be serious
by Nancy Grindle Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
When you are working outdoors in your yard, it isn't likely that you will be stung, but it is always a possibility.

Bump, set, spike at Volley-4-Education
by Report submitted · May 1st, 2017
The 25th annual Cedar Rapids Volley-4-Education, presented by Collins Community Credit Union, will be held on Friday, June 2, 2017. Registration is at 6 p.m. with play beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Volleys on Blairs Ferry Road in Cedar Rapids. Volley-4-Education is a 6-on-6 adult sand volleyball tournament that guarantees teams a minimum five games of volleyball. Cost to participate is $250 per team or $350 for a team package that includes your team fee plus your company name/logo displayed on an individual banner at Volleys, or the reservation of a table. This event is a fundraiser for Junior Achievement of Eastern Iowa's educational programs in the Cedar Rapids area that educate kindergarten through twelfth grade students about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.

Hiawatha Parks and Recreation Department is looking for coaches
by Cythia Petersen Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
Hiawatha Parks and Recreation is looking for coaches for the city's Blastball and Soccer youth programs.

Kids learn bike safety at Memorial Day Bike Rodeo
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · May 1st, 2017
The Memorial Day Bike Rodeo and Parade will be held Friday, May 26, at 4:30 p.m. in Guthridge Park with a concert in the park at 6 p.m.

University of Iowa Community Credit Union elects Board Officers
by Report submitted · May 1st, 2017
Members of the University of Iowa Community Credit Union (UICCU) elected Lynsey Engels, Sarah Fisher Gardial, Tom Lepic and Marc Moen to its Board of Directors at the 78th annual meeting on Tuesday, April 18.

Benefit from nature's healing powers
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · February 27th, 2017
You've heard of the healing power of the aloe vera plant, haven't you? My mother kept a live plant on the counter in the kitchen, and if she was burned while cooking, she would just snip off a tip of the leaf and rub it on the burn. Not only did it take away the sting, but it healed faster, too.

ICAN sees early success for FAFSA Ready Iowa initiative
by Report submitted · February 27th, 2017
In the first four months of its FAFSA Ready Iowa initiative, the Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) has assisted in the completion of more than 3,800 FAFSA forms, kick-starting the new college financial aid season and ensuring more students are able to access financial aid assistance for their post-high school endeavors. Comparatively, during the same four-month time frame one year ago, ICAN completed 756 FAFSA forms.

Life Coach guides many through grieving process
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · February 27th, 2017
Grief comes in many forms. Although it is often associated with losing a loved one, grief can come as a result of changing jobs, divorce, and other losses and life transitions.

New coffee shop is 'All About the Karma'
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · February 27th, 2017
They say what goes around comes around, and that's certainly true for Karma Coffee Cafe.

Shriners changing lives and aiding families in need
by Nancy Grindle Correspondent · February 27th, 2017
Over the past few months we have seen many situations in which the Shriners have assisted children. We were invited to their Christmas party, which was a joyous event, and to speak with Seth and Jade McGill as their son Jude faced serious surgery in December, and came through well.

Twisters' new location provides more room, opportunities
by Cynthia Petersen Correspondent · February 27th, 2017
Twisters Gymnastics has a new location, and they're bigger and better than ever before!
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