Hello everyone! I am Bre Hunter, a proud Kansas City, Missouri native. Currently I am a Speech Communications major with a theatre emphasis at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. It is truly a privilege and an honor to be serving with the Southtown Council this summer.
Earlier this year, HCA Midwest Health announced a $93 million investment from HCA Healthcare. The investment includes $23 million for Research Medical Center (RMC). “This new investment allows us to continue to provide high-quality and highly specialized care focused on complex, critical patients, close to home,” says Jackie DeSouza-Van Blaricum, RMC Chief Executive Officer.
Southtown Council and The Troost Avenue Community Improvement District are proud of the Cleaver Family YMCA and all they have done in the community for the last 10 years.
If you haven’t tried Plate yet, make sure to put it on your to-do-list! Located at 6201 Oak Street, Plate offers delicious Italian food that will keep you coming back for more!
Owners Christian and Andrea Joseph, who also own Season + Square, a local spice shop just down Oak Street, opened Plate in 2015. With an energetic happy hour, family-friendly environment as well as the perfect date location, Plate simply has it all.
Lift a pint anytime Tuesday, March 22, at Bier Station and support our neighborhood Cleaver Family YMCA, thanks to Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. 100% of proceeds from pours of UC's Schnickelfritz Weissbier (hefeweizen) and a % of all tap sales today will benefit the Cleaver Y. Stop by and bring a friend!
Long-time Southtown Council member William (Bill) Egelhoff passed away Friday, March 11, 2016 surrounded by his loving family. Bill was an incredibly loyal member of the Southtown Council, serving for many years on the Executive Board of Directors. Known for his kindness, dedication and great sense of humor, Bill was voted Southtown Man of the Year in 2010. Bill will be remembered for his wonderful spirit, giving nature and legacy of service. Those who served with him recognized Bill as an example of tireless and selfless service.
Bill was a friendly, loyal and loving person who had great respect for his family and friends. His fun-loving spirit was enjoyed by all who knew him. Goodness and integrity describe Bill's character as his life exemplified those virtues. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bill’s family during this difficult time.