Construction Company specializing in building homes.
Since opening in 1985, 37 years here in Iola, our only purpose has been to provide freshly cooked Asian Cuisine and the warmest service to our customers and community. The owner is the Chef with 43 years experience since he learned how to cook in his family friend's European fine Chinese restaurant. Chef believes good food keeps the body in balance and works holistically to serve the health and wellness of each customer by consistently seeking to improve the dishes while serving home-made fresh and healthy authentic Asian foods. Visit China Palace soon!
Locally owned and operated residential and commercial lawn care service. Call today to schedule your home or business. (620)228-4622
The mission of the Pregnancy Resource Center is to offer life-affirming support through education and services to the communities of Southeast Kansas.
HELP to those involved in a planned or unplanned pregnancy;
HOPE with education on subjects that affect teens and young adults;
HEALING to those who have made negative choices by sharing the positive things they can do to change their future.
PRCSEK is committed to assisting pregnant women to carry their babies to term by providing emotional support and practical assistance.
PRCSEK reaches out to the families who need a helping hand with special needs children, the rebellious child, and teens growing up thru life changes.
Single and married parents will receive emotional support and instruction for the everyday living of their families and the community. Therefore, they can face the future with hope and plan constructively for themselves and their children.
PRCSEK's goal is to touch lives with family building blocks.
1 South Jefferson Ave
Iola, KS 66749
Hours of Operation
M-W-F: 9 AM - 12 PM
Tues: 3 PM - 7PM
As a part of K-State Research and Extension, Southwind District programs present educational information and programming related to agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, and community vitality.
We serve the people of Allen, Bourbon, Neosho and Woodson Counties and have offices in each of those counties.
Our philosophy is to help people help themselves by taking university knowledge to where people live, work, and play. We work at being resonsive to the needs of the people by focusing our resources on providing quality information, education, and problem-solving for real concern. The information we provide is research-based and unbiased.
"We are dedicated to a safe, sustainable, competitive food and fiber system and to strong, healthy communities, families and youth through integrated research, analysis and education."
K-State Research and Extension is committed to expanding human capacity by delivering educational programs and technical information that result in improved leadership skills in the areas of communication, group dynamics, conflict resolution, issue analysis, and strategic planning that can enhance the economic viability and quality of life in communities.
Family owned and operated , authentic mexican restaurant
FRC is a nondenominational, Bible believing church. We want to impact our community with the truth of the Gospel by loving those who are in need, speaking the truth of God's word, and honoring Jesus Christ as the King of heaven and earth.
Heartland Area Land Owners (HALO) seeks to organize, educate, and engage member landowners to better advocate for their own land use priorities. Our landowner members are passionate about their land, our world, and stewarding the resources that feed America and power its economy.
An old School full service Laundry mat. Open 24/7.
Derryberry Breadery an artisan bakery specializing in sourdough and rye breads includes a full bar featuring craft and imported beer. Derryberry Breadery offers a family friendly atmosphere including a shaded outdoor patio. Evening at the bakery transforms the space to include nightly events and live music.
The Piqua State Bank was organized in 1910 by L. C. Neimann. During that same year the Farmers State Bank was opened in Piqua by George Wille. In 1914, the Wille family purchased the Piqua State Bank and merged the two banks under the name of the Piqua State Bank. John Wille, George Willis's son, owned and managed the bank for the next 50 years.
The Bank was eventually purchased by Galen L. (Jack) Curry following his retirement from the Army. The Curry family has owned and operated the bank to this day. The bank is now the only locally owned locally operated bank in Woodson and Allen counties. Several Curry family members are employed by the bank and the bank continues to grow and prosper.
It is the mission of the Piqua State Bank to maintain the safety of the depositor's money, maximize profits for the stockholders, and have a positive impact on the community.
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