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The JA Journal is HERE!

Happy September everyone! 

After getting back from a Labor Day weekend and officially ushering in the 2018-2019 school year (plus celebrating the arrival of fall!), Junior Achievement of Kansas is excited to present our NEW monthly e-newsletter! 

The JA Journal will come to your inboxes on the first Monday of each month! First business Monday that is (we won't send your holiday email!). 

Our newsletter is short & sweet, keeping you in the loop on everything that is going on in the next month with Junior Achievement of Kansas. This month is event-focused, featuring our Topeka Busines Hall of Fame Laureate Announcement, Lawrence Business Hall of Fame, JA Golf Classic, and the Topeka and Lawrence Bowl-A-Thons! YES, all those are happening in the month of September / October! We also have a great segment on each area - be ready to read our "Look Out Lawrence," "Topeka Talk," and "What's Up Wichita" segments each month, where you'll hear from Debbie, Ashley, & Marci about anything specific going on in their areas. 

We know that you are EXCITED to get your hands on this newsletter, and we'll tell you how! Just simply head to our homepage, and the signup is right on the front page! We're excited to send you the JA Journal each month. PLUS, we'll have it up on our website as that week's blog post as well. So without further ado, here is the FIRST JA Journal - September 2018! Click on the image to view our whole newsletter!

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