Angels in the Attic, a homegrown 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has created several options for those looking to help the less fortunate this holiday season. “There are children right here in Arkansas City who won’t have much...Read More
Students in Cowley College’s Student Affairs, Student Senate and Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) organizations recently gathered items for victims of Hurricane Harvey. The items were dropped off at Factory...Read More
Two local organizations have announced supply drives for donations to benefit of victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Medicalodges of Arkansas City and Factory Connection both have opened their doors to accept certain supplies....Read More
Back-to-school clothes shopping is essential for all ages, including Mom and Dad. But finding the right styles can be difficult when store options are limited. Factory Connection offers a wide range of merchandise for reasonable...Read More
Warm Coats and Happy Hearts is a program that gives new coats, hats, scarfs, and gloves to individuals who qualify. This program is funded by the Power of the Purse. With help from Factory Connection manager Raven Birmingham,...Read More
Angels Care Home Health and 1025 The River are working together to keep senior citizens in need warm this winter. Citizens are asked to donate hats, scarves or blankets that are in new or like-new condition. Donations can be...Read More
Factory Connection has been in Arkansas City for more than three years. “I’d like to thank everyone who keeps us open and continues to support us as a community,” said store manager Raven Birmingham. The clothing store,...Read More
Cowley County Safe Homes officially has closed its doors. A letter addressed to community members and “collaborative partners,” dated Aug. 16, states the Winfield-based agency has “made the difficult decision to temporarily...Read More
An Arkansas City retail store is working to collect donations for Cowley County Safe Homes. Factory Connection, 2135 N. Summit St., has become a drop-off point for donations that ultimately will help Safe Homes in Winfield to...Read More
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