Monthly Archives: July 2017
“Outwork them if you can’t outsmart them.”
That’s a bit of wisdom Mark Kaufman learned growing up in the southeast Iowa farm town of Olds, “around a lot of people with a strong work ethic.” The same builders and farmers instilled the idea that “nothing is given to you so you better get after it.”
The cold-brewed coffee boom will soon be making its way to Corridor break rooms and cafeterias, thanks to a pioneering joint venture with roots in Cedar Rapids’ flood recovery.
Veronica Tessler is thrilled to be living a lifelong dream: She’s running a business that supports her personal beliefs.
The mood, ambiance and attire at the home of Meld and BluPrairie are refreshingly laid-back, but don’t let that fool you into thinking the work done by these two “sister” companies is lightweight.
Mercy Medical Center and Wolfe Eye Clinic, together with the city of Hiawatha, celebrated the opening of the new Hiawatha Medical Park on July 21, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, tours and an employee picnic.
The Iowa Dental Foundation, based in Johnston, is bringing a free dental clinic, the Iowa Mission of Mercy, back to Cedar Rapids on Sept. 29-30.
A visit to the Iowa State Fair, planned Aug. 10-20 in Des Moines, doesn’t have to be destructive on your waistline as healthy activities and foods are available.
Mental Health/Disability Services of the East Central Region (ECR) wants to help residents in the nine-county region locate available services for mental health, substance abuse, housing, transportation and other community support services. MentalHealthU (MHU) is a free smartphone app available on Google Play, the Apple Store and at http://mhuapp.org/.