I am very excited to announce that we have brought on board an amazing Office Manager.
Dana Wallert joined us at the start of the year. She packs a strong entrepreneurial spirit from the 8 years she ran her own virtual assistant and website creation company.
A strong ability to perform high above the norm and exceed client expectations was apparent from our initial discussions. It did not take long for us to realize she was the missing link in our chain of providing clients with a remarkable experience. She is light hearted, funny and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done, even if that means standing in the freezing cold without a coat. Dana brings great organization and focus to the team. We look forward to an exciting year with her on board!
I hope that the investment group First Washington really understands what we really #LoveBrookside for! #ShopLocal If anyone is up for rallying together to send letters and make phone calls to First Washington investment group, I am in. I know Tim Sady would be too! Our local businesses and restaurants are truly the #WhyBrooksideMO for our family.
Hale Cook Elementary School got KCMO district support! They are enrolling for fall 2013!!
This is great for the Brookside and Waldo real estate community. I have so many clients that would LOVE to buy in Brookside or Waldo but don’t, because of the KCMO public school offering. Many clients’ plans for their families require a good public school option. Hale Cook Elementary has worked hard to reach out to the community and build support for the school. Their latest assessment study shows that they should be able to fill 2 Kindergarten classes and 1 First Grade.
If you have a child in the Waldo or Brookside area and want to read more about Hale Cook elementary, click HERE. I am sure they would love your support. Last year, they had a community garden. 🙂
They are accepting 2 Kindergarten classes and 1 First Grade class. Enrollment info.
This Saturday, 3/16/2013 is Brookside’s St. Patrick’s Parade. We might use it for motivation to get out and get in our daily exercise. It would make for nice scenery after our afternoon walk. 🙂
The Parade Route:
Start at 65th and Wornall
North on Wornall to 63rd St.
East on 63rd St to Main
South on Main St. to Meyer Blvd.
West on Meyer Blvd. to Brookside Rd.