MINK Missouri River Corridor, Inc. works as a multi-state collaboration to leverage resources and spark new investments to support growth and opportunity for rural communities in the areas of housing, entrepreneurship, transportation and tourism to reverse the downward economic and demographic trends.
These four areas have also created the four main committees of the organizations. Please click on the tabs below to learn more about their work and progress.
The fourth quarter meeting of MINK will be held at 10 a.m. on Dec. 15 at the the Glacial Hills Business Resource Center, 913 Dakota St., Sabetha, Ks. Lunch will be available for $10. RSVP to Gary Satter at firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 13.
Great News! The grant which Rick Yoder had applied for came through. Here's the letter awarding it.