Proprietor of Shawnee advertising and marketing enterprise indicted in $300 million elder fraud scheme
Russell Jason Rahm, an space businessman who owns Subscription Ink Co. and Millennium Advertising in Shawnee, was indicted on Wednesday by prosecutors in a federal case involving elder fraud. Rahm was one among 60 folks to be charged with allegedly perpetrating what “the biggest elder fraud scheme within the nation,” value an estimated $300 million and lasting greater than 20 years.
The defendants are accused of making a community of dozens of fraudulent journal gross sales firms in 14 states and two Canadian provinces. [Shawnee business owner indicted in what prosecutors say was massive elder fraud scheme — Kansas City Business Journal]
Harvesters cellular meals occasion, Coronary heart to Coronary heart COVID-19 testing deliberate at SM North on Oct. 31
A Harvesters cellular meals distribution occasion will happen at Shawnee Mission North on Oct. 31 at 7:30 a.m.
The group, in partnership with town of Mission, will distribute largely recent produce on a first-come, first-served foundation. Contributors shall be requested to supply the variety of folks of their family, although the occasion is open to all with no identification required.
Volunteers will assist direct visitors and cargo objects into autos, and drivers ought to head to the highschool’s east parking zone at 7401 Johnson Drive.
There will even be free COVID-19 testing administered by Coronary heart to Coronary heart Worldwide within the parking zone immediately adjoining to the Harvesters occasion. These can register on-site, however pre-register is inspired and might be accomplished on-line here.
JoCo CARES Act small enterprise aid grant functions to open Nov. 4
Johnson County small companies experiencing financial hardship from the COVID-19 pandemic will be capable to apply for a one-time $10,000 direct grant. Applications open at 10 a.m. Nov. 4.
The Johnson County CARES Act Small Enterprise Reduction Grant program is open to all Johnson County small companies with not more than 50 full-time workers who’ve important financial loss immediately associated to COVID-19. Grants shall be distributed on a first-come first-served foundation.
The Enterprise Heart in Johnson County is the lead company administering this system.