In 2014 REAP underwent an organizational transition, updating the dues, structure, and bylaws.  The current Committees and Task Forces continue to advance and promote the South Central Kansas Region.

New in 2015 is the Associate Membership, open to private business and industry, economic development entities, chambers of commerce, individuals, and other entities interested in the health and economic vitality of the South Central Kansas region.

REAP will continue to be a regional leader and convener, working to enhance the regional economy in South Central Kansas. REAP works to make the region a great place to live, work and raise a family, with a high quality life style.