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Thanks to Gear Up, the boys at the Kinloch Price Boys Ranch heard Wil Haygood speak at Wichita State University last month. Haygood, author of “The Butler – a Witness to History” which was made into a film in 2013, is a former Upward Bound student. The boys appreciated the time with the author. The majority of...

Investment what really matters is the way to leave a legacy. That’s the legacy of Richard and Lorie Rumsey – a legacy that was honored at the Mentoring Awards Party last month. Mr. and Mrs. Rumsey supported the event financially for many years. Their generosity helped develop the event and allowed it to increase in scope. Every...

[caption id="attachment_3927" align="alignleft" width="300"] Emilia[/caption] Meet Emilia! She’s 12 years old, and would love to be a veterinarian when she grows up. Besides her interest in animals, she also loves reading and art. She’d like a mentor so she can have someone to help her with her homework, and to take her to places like the...

“True progress quietly and persistently moves along without notice.” St. Francis of Assisi Some seasons—more so than others – pass by with easily recognizable milestones. At those times, it’s easy to track progress and growth against the backdrop of changing surroundings. Other seasons are much different. The mountain you are trying to reach seems perpetually out of reach...

Sharing at a staff meeting at the Kinloch Price Boys Ranch last month, I had an overwhelming thought. So many of the good people working there took jobs with enthusiasm and commitment. They discovered during the last six months to a year, how extremely challenging it is to work with underprivileged and disadvantaged youth. I know...