Milani Wright has been swimming all summer and she has the tan to prove it.
Willy the kitten was adopted yesterday, but there are plenty of purr babies, including his sister, at Midlands Humane Society still waiting for their forever homes.
While Edd Leach may be most famous for his line, “And don’t forget, the coffee’s always on,” he is and has been a part of the philanthropic infrastructure of Council Bluffs for as long as anyone can remember. He gave when he couldn’t afford to give — “because it’s the right thing to do, and …
Laura Ganapini, supply chain manager at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital and Methodist Women’s Hospital, proudly serves as an employee ambassador and volunteer for the Jennie Edmundson Foundation.
Wheels of Courage evolved from the Jennie Edmundson Foundation’s annual The Bald and The Brave fundraiser when Council Bluffs Public Works employees and friends decided to organize an event involving classic cars to help raise money for Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital cancer patients.
As a cancer survivor himself, Kim Elder knows first-hand how important events like Wheels of Courage are to individuals and families who are fighting the fight. It provides both financial support as well as hope and comfort, knowing you are not on this journey alone.
Jeremy Noel is passionate about cars and uses that passion to support community members who are in need. Each year, he plays an active role in planning the Wheels of Courage car show.
Wednesday afternoon was simply the end of the school year for some in the Council Bluffs Community School District; however, it was a milestone for Josie Rathbun.