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KCK Community, Education, Health & Wellness Center Partners Meet with Lt. Governor David Toland

Byrne Pelofsky is partnering with Kansas City Kansas Community College and other strategic partner-organizations on a $70,000,000 capital campaign to build the KCK Community, Education, Health & Wellness Center (KCKCEHW) – a new educational complex in downtown Kansas City, Kansas. The partner-organizations include Swope Health, Wyandot Behavioral Health Network, the YMCA of Greater Kansas City, CommunityAmerica Credit Union and Kansas City Kansas Public Schools. Each organization brings complementary community-based resources and wrap-around services to the KCKCEHW that will uniquely serve the residents of Kansas City, Kansas, and the surrounding areas.

Byrne Pelofsky and partner-organization representatives had the opportunity to present more about this collaboration to Lieutenant Governor David Toland following a November 15 public information session regarding the statewide distribution of federal coronavirus relief funds through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of March 2021.

From left: Lisa Pelofsky/Byrne Pelofsky; Angela Smart/Swope Health; Mark Hulet/YMCA of Greater KC; Randy Callstrom/WBHN; Dr. Greg Mosier/KCKCC; Lt Governor David Toland; Jeron Ravin/Swope Health; Jeffrey Byrne/Byrne Pelofsky; Mary Spangler/KCKCC; Tami Bartunek/KCKCC.

The team was in attendance to raise awareness and advocate for the KCKCEHW project. For more information on this exciting new addition to downtown KCK, click here.

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