Member Spotlight

Boy Scouts of America is hands-on learning. It lets kids have fun while they learn skills that will help them as they grow older. Scouts are involved with community service projects. They learn leadership development. They have opportunities to experience camping and outdoor activities. It’s...

Home State Bank is an independent and locally owned bank with roots that run deep in Kansas beliefs and values. They are a community minded bank which is very apparent to anyone who walks into the lobby at the main Home State Bank during Christmas time....

Clayworks, a unique art gallery and gift shop, is a small part of a much larger organization - Disability Supports of the Great Plains. Disability Supports is a service provider for individuals with developmental disabilities that serves the McPherson area. "This gives them a place...

The Stone Chimney opened in 2005 when Owner Toni Bandy thought the building on the property she and her husband had purchased (which used to be a nursery) would be a good place to start a "little venture." Her plans were to be open a few hours...

Multi Community Diversified Services (MCDS) has been providing help to individuals with intellectual or development disabilities beginning in 1974. Doug Wisby, President/CEO of MCDS said, "The focus of our agency has always been the employment of people with disabilities. As you can imagine how hard it...

"We have a small but mighty staff,' says Carlyn Lemon, Branch Manager at Sunflower Bank. "It's important to us that our customers receive a high level of customer service." Customers are important to Sunflower Bank, as is the community of McPherson. Giving back to the community and...

When you hear someone talk about the K-State Research & Extension Office, what do you immediately think? Oh, they must have ag questions, maybe issues with their livestock. It's probably something that pertains to farming. Well yes, that is true. K-State Extension does handle a...

Mutual Telecommunication (MTC) has quite the history which dates back to 1905. It was in January of 1905 that 150 patrons gathered together at the Little River City Hall with the goal of organizing an independent phone company - which would become known as the Mutual...