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2018 Middle School Health and Wellness Summer Camp Returns!

AREA News, Events, News, Photo Feature - 04.20.18

For the 2nd consecutive year, McCook will be hosting a full 8-week Health, Exercise, Technology & Aquaponics Day Camp Series at the McCook YMCA. These camps will begin at 8 a.m. and end at noon every weekday through the summer. The camp will begin Monday, May 28th and conclude on July 27th.

Students will engage in high energy, consistent lessons and activities to discover the basics of understanding health and wellness, exercise science and the process of growing, tending to, and marketing their own produce. Last year’s instructors, Tyan Boyer and Collin Fleecs, will run the program again with help from an additional instructor, Bradley Schoch.

This camp is geared toward middle school-aged students (approx. 10 to 14 years old). It is strongly recommended that students participate in the entirety of the camp or as much as possible. Click the link below to register! Space is limited and will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis!

Register Here!

Health and Wellness Middle School Summer Camp

AREA News, Events, News, Photo Feature - 06.01.17

The Rural Futures Institute, the University of Nebraska at Kearney and the community of McCook have partnered to offer a 5-week Health, Exercise, Technology & Aquaponics Day Camp Series during the summer of 2017.

The camps will take place each week from June 12th to July 10th during the morning hours of 8 a.m. to noon at the 4-H Building at the Red Willow County Fairgrounds.

Students will engage in high energy, consistent lessons and activities to discover the basics of understanding health and wellness, exercise science and the process of growing, tending to, and marketing their own produce.

The camp is geared toward middle school-aged students (approx. 10 to 14 years old). The 5 week camp is available for $5 per week. It is strongly recommended that students participate in the full 5 weeks to get the most out of the camp. The cost will be collected at the beginning of each week (Monday).

Click the link below to pre-register as space is limited!

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Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference

Events, News, Photo Feature - 03.21.17

Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities

April 19th & 20th

McCook, Nebraska

(regonline.com/CEC2017)

 

Register now to join other like-minded community leaders to learn exciting concepts and resources, share best practices and fresh ideas, and empower teams to grow local communities.

With breakout sessions embedded in shops and venues throughout the downtown, the conference offers the unique opportunity to learn about and experience an entrepreneurial community. As you walk from session to session, you can enjoy networking with fellow attendees and experience McCook’s downtown business environment on the “The Bricks.”

Invite your colleagues, co-workers, community leaders, entrepreneurs and stakeholders to attend. Whether you work in economic development, business, arts and culture, government, philanthropy, the nonprofit sector or education, all have an important part to play in supporting local businesses and entrepreneurial development in communities.

Registration, only $80, includes lunch, a special networking reception and dinner, breaks, and a departing lunch voucher.

 

Click on Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities for additional conference information and sessions.

 

Why Attend?  Unique opportunity to learn from other community developers and leaders from Nebraska and other Midwest states.

 

Who Should Attend? – Economic/Community development, business, arts and culture, government, philanthropy, the nonprofit sector or education.

 

Questions?  Contact Marilyn Schlake, mschlake1@unl.edu; or McCook contact, Ben Dutton, ben.dutton@unl.edu.

Grow McCook “30 under 30”

News, Photo Feature - 12.01.16

“30 under 30” Thursdays

You are invited to attend an information session on McCook’s long term growth plan “30 under 30”. read more