Congratulations to the McDonald’s restaurant at 6406 Troost Avenue for being awarded the Southtown Sparkle Award for May. Major remodeling was completed recently at this very busy location; while continuing to serve their customers non-stop. Owner Ralph King pulled off a feat of magic and totally transformed the entire building, inside and out, at the tune of approximately $750,000.
Please take a minute to look over the list below see the diversity of organizations that make up our community. The following have joined or renewed their membership for 2014 during the month of April. Thank you for your support and investment into your community.
AT&T- 31 yrs
Bank Midwest, 14 yrs
Blue Cross/Blue Shield of KC- 21 yrs
Commerce Bank- 32 yrs
Muehlebach Funeral Home- 32 yrs
Research Medical Center- 32 yrs
US Bank, 32 yrs
Make room in your plans for the Upper Room this summer! The Swope Corridor Renaissance/Upper Room Inc. is a neighborhood-based non-for-profit organization providing high-quality out-of-school education programs to low-income families in the urban area of Kansas City, MO. Their mission is “Education for Life.”
Purge your home of antifreeze, batteries, oil, paint, tires (ABOPT) and brush, leaves, and electronics (ABLE) on Saturday, June 7th from 8a-noon at the Robert Mohart Center, 3200 Wayne (just east of Paseo). Household waste only, no businesses. Proof of residency is required for tires, leaves and brush. Space is limited. First come, first served.
Wednesday, May 21, 11:45am
Guest Speaker: Dr, Hamila Farah, Global Health Chiropracic
Location: Wornall Rd. Baptist Church, 400 W. Meyer Blvd.