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Wellness is focus of March ‘How to Wow’

KHI SolutionsMarch 20, 2014 – “Healthier work environment. Healthier bottom line” will be the first Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce “From How to Wow” education program for 2014 and is sponsored by KHI Solutions. The meeting is set for Monday.Dr. Mark Dearden, Van Diest Medical Center, and Lynn Schreder, owner of KHI Solutions, will discuss the importance of wellness programs in the workplace. They will outline the value of wellness programs regardless of business size, things to consider when getting started or expanding an existing program, local resources to assist in implementing a program and the impact that wellness programs have on an employer’s bottom line.

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McCaleb receives insurance license

Tricia M websiteMarch 9, 2014 – Tricia McCaleb of KHI Solutions has recently received her health and life insurance license from the state of Iowa.

McCaleb is part of the agent services team and is responsible for assisting agents with sales and servicing of health, dental, life and disability insurance products.

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KHI Solutions gives back to community with donation to HERO

KHI donation photoMarch 3, 2014 – Webster City, Iowa – KHI Solutions recently presented the Help Entertain and Restore Organization (HERO) with a donation of $1,000 to assist with their Save the Webster Theatre effort. The donation was presented by Andy Hejlik, partner, on behalf of KHI and their employees to Jeff Pingel, member of HERO, inside the Webster Theatre.

“At KHI, we believe in being involved and giving back to the communities that we are in, whether it is because our offices are there, our employees live there or that our clients call it home,” said Hejlik. “Webster City has shown amazing community pride and rallied around reopening this historic focal point of the community and we are happy to be associated with this project.”