The STATE OF MISSOURI has begun mailing 2016-2017 Winter Energy Assistance applications to households who qualified last year. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO RUSH TO SUBMIT YOUR FINISHED APPLICATION TO OUR OFFICE. Our office does not yet have copies of the new winter application. They are not yet available online. We can accept completed 16-17 applications, but cannot yet process them or issue payments to utility companies. No payments will be issued by the state until NOVEMBER 1ST for elderly/disabled and DECEMBER 1ST for all other households. We realize this program can be a little confusing, and urge you to read through this page for further information: http://www.capncm.org/energy-services.html
CAPNCM is in need of HVAC contractors for our Weatherization Department. Duties would include installation of furnaces and thermostats, as well as general repairs of furnaces. A list of qualifications can be seen below:
We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the upcoming 5K Zombie Run!
Wright Memorial Hospital
Hy-Vee of Trenton
Barnes Baker Automotive
The Auto Shawp
Main Stop of Trenton
Quenten Coon Farm Bureau Insurance
Cale Gondringer Agency, LLC (Shelter Insurance)
Grundy County Lumber
PDQ Cleaning Services
el Nopal of Trenton
Royal Inn Pizza
If you are interested in becoming a CAPNCM 2016 Zombie Run supporter, please give us a call! 855-290-8544 ext 1069
On August 31 st Aaron Franklin, Executive Director of Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri (CAPNCM), was elected to serve on the national Community Action Partnership (CAP) Board of Directors as the board Treasurer. The national CAP conference was held in Austin, TX this year from August 30th to September 2nd , and was a year in which regional and national elections took place in the Community Action network to determine who will serve on the 2016-18 national board.
“We are thrilled Aaron Franklin is joining the board of the Community Action Partnership,” stated Denise Harlow, CEO. “The national association serves the local member Community Action Agencies and state associations and we take seriously the role of fiscal oversight and responsibility. Having Mr. Franklin on board provides us with a Treasurer who understands the local and state association perspective which will enhance our ability to be good fiscal stewards, while being transparent with our membership regarding the Partnership’s fiscal health and stability.”
The national board is made up of six (6) officers and ten (10) regional representatives, and every two (2) years an election is held to determine who is seated. On the evening of September 1st , during the evening awards gala event, Franklin was officially installed as the Treasurer of the CAP Board of Directors. This will be Franklin’s first term serving on the board.
“I’m humbled by the support received from my peers all across the United States. I’m excited for the opportunity to serve the Partnership in this capacity, and look forward assisting the entire board, and the CAP staff, in furthering the mission of the organization,” says Franklin. “This is a great way to educate myself with the pressing issues that affect our Community Action network, and gain additional knowledge to provide improved leadership to CAPNCM!”
Join us beginning at 7pm on Saturday October 22nd around the Trenton walking trail for our very first Zombie Run!
Single runners and teams (and zombies!) are welcome to participate in this fun, family friendly event. Registration fee for runners and zombies is $30 ($30 per participant, $25 per person in a team, $20 per person with a paid sponsorship).
At the conclusion of the 5K run, There will be vendors set up in the CAPNCM parking lot offering food, goods for sale, and etc., for participants to come over to enjoy!
We are seeking event sponsors. If you would be interested in acting as a sponsor for the Zombie Run, please contact Amanda at 855-290-8544 ext 1069.
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