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Good Samaritan secures $635K in funding for new resource center

The nonprofit is working on full funding for the facility in Springfield.

Travis Rubelee succeeds longtime leader John Feick, who retired from the organization.

The former president of CFO is working to connect Drury students with nonprofits.

The multimillion-dollar facility serves around 700 campers, volunteers and staff.

The Hall of Fame shortstop is scheduled to speak in October for Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, media, nonprofit and restaurant.

Having successfully completed its We Believe capital campaign, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church and School is expanding its existing parish hall and constructing a 5,000-square-foot pavilion on the church grounds.

While Gov. Mike Parson’s fiscal 2025 budget has statewide cuts of around $1 billion, myriad Springfield projects are among those poised to receive funding with the stroke of the governor’s pen and legislative backing.

The Decision-Makers’ Outlook publication explores themes such as business outlook and growth, operations planning, inflation impacts, cost of business factors and business owner exit strategies.

Funds go toward 20 programs operated by 15 nonprofits.

John Farmer de la Torre was co-founder of the organization that promotes the film industry in the region.

The Springfield-based organization announces more people can be served through Community Services Block Grant Program.

Lindsey Curry's Grateful Vase began serving southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas last month.

The local chapter of the nonprofit is chosen as part of the home improvement retailer's Hometowns program.

A multimodal approach to improve mental health and suicide mortality rates is at the root of a local collaboration formed last year.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, consulting, education, health care, law, manufacturing and nonprofit.

A proposed judgment is expected within 10 days, according to Greene County Circuit Court records.

Mary Kromrey joins the engineering firm after her recent exit from Ozark Greenways.

A 29,000-square-foot facility is planned west of the U.S. 65 and Evans Road interchange.

CFO, Musgrave Foundation and U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management present funds to more than a dozen organizations.

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