Ottawa, KS - On September 22, SparkWheel proudly took center stage as Ottawa's Chamber Coffee event host. The event was not just about delicious breakfast treats and coffee; it was an opportunity to foster meaningful conversations, share valuable information, and strengthen community bonds.
SparkWheel believes in connecting, supporting, and empowering students and families. Their mission came to life during this Chamber Coffee event, where they presented a vision for a world where every student can overcome barriers and reach their full potential.
The presentation sparked lively discussions and garnered positive feedback from our community. Clearly, Ottawa, Kansas, is where people are ready to stand together and support each other. SparkWheel Student Support Coordinators Stefani Britton from Ottawa High School and Valerie Shaw from Ottawa Middle School shared insights into the organization's commitment to removing obstacles and creating pathways for student success. Also in attendance were SparkWheel's Program Director, Brandon McDonnell, and Director of Special Events, Miranda Carpenter.
The organization wishes to thank Daylight Donuts and Starbucks for their generous donations, which provided the delightful treats that fueled our morning of meaningful conversations. These community partnerships exemplify the spirit of collaboration that SparkWheel cherishes.