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United Way of the Ozarks picks next CEO

Brandi VanAntwerp is slated to become the nonprofit's leader this summer.

New Life Church is getting new life in the form of a 6,308-square-foot addition and 4,432-square-foot renovation to several existing classrooms as well as the lobby and vestibule area, according to Hambey Construction officials.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, construction, engineering, media, nonprofit and sales.

The food bank now has donated 10 million meals to the Council of Churches food pantry.

The organization is slated to provide an estimated $30,000 annually to causes impacting poverty, abuse, hunger, health, education and safety.

The $50,000 in funding is designed to help organizations create strategies for younger donors.

The funding supports the planting of 200,000 trees in Canada.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, health care, hospitality, law, manufacturing and nonprofit.

Plaza Shopping Center gained an arcade with the March 1 opening of The Flying Lap LLC; the repurposing of space operated by Burrell Behavioral Health resulted in the March 18 opening of the company’s second autism center; and a group of downtown business owners teamed up to reopen J.O.B. Public House.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The seven-year leader of the trails advocacy nonprofit is exiting June 14. 

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

Money raised through the campaign would support children in foster care, officials say.

Doug Kays led the nonprofit for 35 years before his 2015 retirement.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, nonprofit and trucking.

Melody Shuck joins the Springfield nonprofit as vice president of communications.

Joe Dull takes over for Mike Stevens, who led the nonprofit art house theater for 14 years.

CFO partners with Coover Charitable Foundation and Commerce Trust to award funding to 14 organizations statewide.

Bontiea and Tom Goss additionally are ordered to pay nearly $4.4 million.

Rachael Sellhorn is the new director of giving for Springfield-based company.

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