The 35th Annual Brookside St. Patrick’s Day Warm-Up Parade takes place at 2pm on Saturday, March 14. Leading off the parade will be 4th District City Councilwoman Jan Marcason followed by Mr. and Mrs. Irish represented by Brookside Toy and Science owners, Jim and Mary Jo Ward. The Wards are celebrating their 50th year in business in Brookside.
Many business owners have difficulty moving beyond $150,000-$750,000 in sales. For five months ScaleUP! Kansas City will immerse 12 to 15 entrepreneurs in courses and “collisions” that will connect them with a high caliber network of peers, resources and mentors and change the trajectory of their businesses. Apply in March to be part of the summer cohort of selected entrepreneurs for ScaleUP! KC and drive your business to even greater heights.
Thank you to the following organizations that joined/renewed their membership with the Southtown Council for 2015 during the month of January 2015:
It is with much excitement that I enter into 2015 as Southtown's new President. This organization continues to serve as a catalyst for change and growth throughout our neighborhoods, and 2015 will be no different. As we look forward to the upcoming year, it will certainly be a year of new beginnings, and therefore new possibilities.
Thank you to the following organizations that joined/renewed their membership with the Southtown Council for 2015 during the month of December:
Brookside Senior Housing at Rockhill Greens, 6700 Troost Ave., celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony in December. The site, formerly home to a medical building high-rise that was demolished, is now home for more than 46 senior citizens.