WHAT’S UP AT THE CREEK? The Community Newsletter of Southcreek Office Park and Town & Country Bank Building Community Member Spotlight... This month we are Happy Anniversary! The Park featuring the offices of American Bridge Company. American Bridge Com- is celebrating the following anniversaries this pany is an industry leader in the bridge and heavy/civil month. We thank each of you for construction industry. With roots dating back to the 19th choosing Southcreek Office Park and century, American Bridge has constructed a significant Plaza Pointe Nine and look forward number of the world’s largest bridges, marine installations, to providing many years of quality and other complex structures. American Bridge has con- leasing services and property man- structed a number of notable projects in the midwestern United States, includ- agement to you and your staff. ing the Broadway and Paseo Bridges over the Missouri River in Kansas City. Here’s our April Anniversary Crew! In the St. Louis area, American Bridge constructed the Jefferson Barracks DDI Realty Services, Inc. (4/93) Bridge and the historic Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River. Richard Marks Agency, Inc. (4/95) The Kansas City District of American Bridge is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas and is led by Scott Gammon, PE, Vice-President of American Unified Life Ins. Co. (4/95) Bridge Company and General Manager of the Kansas City District. Scott can United States Gypsum (4/99) be reached at 913.948.5800. American Bridge is located in Suite 130 of Build- ing IVa, 7301 West 129th Street, Overland Park, KS 66213. Visit us at Wachovia Securities, LLC / Wells Fargo (4/00) www.americanbridge.net. Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co. (4/02) Discovery Concepts, Inc. (4/05) Community Member Spotlight... This month we are Church of the Resurrection (4/07) featuring the offices of Senior Helpers. Senior Helpers is owned and operated by Lou and Carol Warren, residents of Overland Park. Senior Helpers is a na- Clean As A Whistle of Kansas, Inc. (4/07) tional leader in professional “in-home” care services. We specialize in providing personal and companion Gowan Company (4/07) care to individuals who desire to maintain their inde- Leawood Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (4/07) pendence at home. When living at home is not an option, a care plan can be tailored to meet needs wher- Overland Freight Corp. (4/07) ever the location. SoftVu, LLC (4/07) At Senior Helpers we customize every client relationship based upon their spe- Manx Energy / Kinley Exploration (4/09) cific needs and the level of qualifications and experience of our caregivers. This ensures the best individualized one-on-one care available. Our services are non Meritain Health, Inc. (4/09) -medical and range from companionship, meal planning/preparation, errands, light housekeeping, transportation, and household management. In addition, we provide personal care assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, walking, medication reminders and transfers. Please Join Us in Our caregivers are Senior Helpers’ employees and go through a rigorous inter- Welcoming: The follow- viewing process consisting of personal & employment reference checks, as well ing tenants have recently arrived, as detailed background checks. They are fully insured, bonded and work under will be arriving within the next couple of months, the supervision of our Director of Nursing. We offer services from as little as 3 or have expanded within in the Park. We are to 4 hours per day, right up to 24/7 or live-in. “Peace of Mind Visits” are avail- honored to have them join us here at Southcreek! able from as little as 1 hour per day. We are non-contractual, so services may be discontinued at anytime. RiskAnalytics Holdings, LLC (4/10) North & Associates, LLC (5/10) Senior Helpers mission is to “ensure a better quality of life for our elderly cli- ents and their families by providing dependable and affordable care”. Services Weight Loss Healthcare Centers of America, Inc. (10/10) can begin within as little as a couple of days to a week depending on the ur- gency and complexity of the client’s needs. We would look forward to the opportunity to visit with you and your loved one who might be in need of our services. For more information, please call 913-851-4800 or visit us at www.seniorhelpers.com. Volume 14—Issue 4 April 2010 Volume 14—Issue 4 April 2010 ‘On Board’ at Southcreek: Please call our Taste the best of 30 great Kansas Property Manager at (913) 685-4100 or email City restaurants - all in one evening, all us at DDIRealty@ddirealty.com for under one roof! Forks & Corks will bring more details or to place an item or service together Kansas City's top restaurants and onto the board. Although Southcreek Office beverage purveyors all in one evening, all Park does not recommend, endorse, or war- under one roof. If you haven't already pur- rant any services or products listed, we are chased your tickets for Forks & Corks - pleased to provide this forum for our tenants. Kansas City's premier food and wine sam- pling event - now is your chance! Forks & Corks is Thursday, April 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. 22nd Annual Trolley Run: in the Grand Ballroom at the Kansas City Sunday, April Convention Center. 25, 2010. The race begins at 75th and Wor- nall Road, winds through the Waldo and Perhaps the most satisfying part of the eve- Brookside neighborhoods, then ends on the ning is knowing that 100 percent of the www.harvesters.org Country Club Plaza. Participation in the ticket proceeds will help Harvesters feed the Trolley Run requires registration. Register hungry. Last year, Forks & Corks provided more than 1 million before April 12, 2010 to save money. meals to those in need. Be sure you are there to eat and drink it Online registration closes at 4 p.m. Wednes- in. Purchase your Forks & Corks tickets and valet passes today! day, April 21, 2010. www.trolleyrun.org. See you on Thursday, April 29, at the Grand Ballroom to eat, New in 2010! Raise $500 or more for CCVI drink and feed many! and you could win a roundtrip pass* courtesy of Southwest Airlines. For every additional $500 you raise you will receive Silvercrest at Deer Creek will be hosting an additional entry in the drawing. Two passes will be given Silver Summer Jam 2010, a series of free away. Fundraising efforts will benefit the Children’s Center for summer concerts. Sponsorship, advertising the Visually Impaired (CCVI). The Center serves more than and promotional opportunities still avail- 300 children annually and you can help each child reach his or able. Please review the flyer attached to this 13060 Metcalf, OPKS her highest potential in the sighted world. Every dollar you newsletter for more information or contact raise for CCVI directly supports the students. Coleen at 913-681-1101 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget that the kids will run this year at Mill Creek Park on the Plaza. Please visit www.trolleyrun.org for more information. *Good for travel Arbor Day is a holiday in which individu- between any two cities within the Southwest Airlines system. als and groups are encouraged to plant trees. Arbor Passes expire 5/1/2011. Day originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska United States, and is celebrated in a number of countries. It was founded officially by J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska in 1872. By This Month’s Specials… Please review the the 1920s each state in the United States had passed public laws that proclaimed a certain day to be Arbor Day or Arbor and Bird flyers of special offers extended to readers of this newsletter from the following companies: Day observance. The dates differ and were established depend- ing on climate and suitable planting times. 22nd Annual Trolley Run www.trolleyrun.org Arbor Day is now a holiday that has an international observance Corbin Crossing Apartments 913-681-5700 and recognition in many countries. In the United Peels & Crates www.peelsandcrates.com States, National Arbor Day is celebrated the fourth Friday in April. Some states choose to celebrate Premier Bank 913-541-6154 Arbor Day on a different date that corresponds to WorkSpace Communications www.myucworkspace.com the best time to plant trees in the area. To find out when your state celebrates Arbor Day, visit www.arborday.org. Source: www.answers.com/topic/arbor-day If You Know… anyone interested in office space, please have them contact Elaine Sight or Kathy Woodward of DDI Commercial, Inc. You may also visit us at Arbor Day Seedling Giveaway! www.DDICommercial.com Our offices are located at: Spread the green by planting a free tree or shrub. The Legacy of Greenery Committee 7200 W. 132nd St., Suite 300, Overland Park, KS 66213 will give away free tree and shrub seedlings Telephone (913) 685-4100—Fax (913) 685-1232 on April 4, 2010! Call the Arboretum for details at 913-685-3604. www.artsandrec-op.org/arboretum. E-Mail: DDICommercial@ddirealty.com WHAT’S UP AT THE CREEK? The Community Newsletter of Southcreek Office Park and Town & Country Bank Building Corbin Crossing Apartments Corbin Crossing Apartments is now offering Southcreek Office Park and Town & Country Bank Building exclusive discounts to our community. Please bring this newsletter in to receive a Look and Lease Special & if you apply within 24hrs of taking a tour, you will get $250 off your first month of rent! Not looking to move at this time? Refer a friend and receive $100 once they move in! We are located conveniently in South Overland Park, just minutes from all ma- jor highways. Corbin Crossing has 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments ranging in price from $700-$1200. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment to take a personal tour. PH: 913-681-5700 Email: email@example.com 6801 W. 138 TER Overland Park, KS 66223 Silver Dollar City celebrates FUN... The Southcreek Management Office is 50 Years in 2010 with a new once again participating in the consignment program. ride, year-long party and its This year, as an added convenience to you, all ticket biggest event year ever! Go purchases for these two parks will be done exclu- online for all the details, sively online! Share Your Memories, and Silver Dollar City Consignment tickets: enter to win in over $50,000 Adult—$53 Child—$43 (4-11) worth of Sweepstakes Give- www.SilverDollarCity.com aways! NEW this year: Silver Dollar City launches its White Water Consignment tickets: 50th season with Family Spring Adult—$37 Child—$31 (4-11) Break Days March 18 – 21, 25, www.BransonWhiteWater.com 26 & 28. Celebrate spring with select shops and special shows To purchase these tickets, please click on the link featuring Doc Gizmo’s science below. Click, then print off, the ‘Additional Area theater, and Silver Dollar City Discounts’ and ‘Print at Home Instructions’. Then favorites Pure Heart and Sons of click ‘Purchase Tickets’, enter the Corporate Promo the Silver Dollar. Plus, families Code below, then click ‘Submit’ to receive our dis- will find thrilling rides including the All-NEW $7 counted rate. Season tickets available 5/1/10. If you million ride Tom & Huck’s RiverBlast – America’s have any questions, contact Chris at 913-685-4100. Biggest Water Battle! Plus, don’t miss the NEW Web Address: www.sdcticketoffers.com Easter Celebration April 2 & 3. Company: DDI Realty Services Additionally, as part of the 50th Celebration, Silver Corporate Promo Code: 13810 Dollar City features its new $7 million ride Tom & Huck’s RiverBlast, a super-soaking water raft ride themed around the Branson's Tropical Adven- adventures of fun- ture Park, White Water, loving, mischief- opens for the season on May makers Tom Sawyer 29th with the largest selec- and Huck Finn. tion of rides and attractions With RiverBlast in the Ozarks. The 12-acre park has nearly 7,000 feet opening Spring of slides, more than a dozen rides and attractions, and 2010, some of the two million gallons of cool, water fun where guests first riders will be can swim, surf, splash and slide. Adventures at White from all across the Water range from fast-paced thrill slides to a gently globe, as World-Fest flowing river for floating. performers take to the waters of the Towering above 76 Country Blvd. is the region's larg- Mighty White River est high-speed water ride, Kalani Towers. A 7-story, 6 in what is promising -slide, multi-experience thrill ride, Kalani Towers has to be America's Biggest Water Battle. two 300-foot drop slides for freefall body sliding at speeds The 1st of May weekend is the Birthday Celebration up to 40 mph, and four addi- Weekend, filled with events including a park-wide tional 312-foot slides for lane birthday party, special concerts with the Ozark Moun- racing at speeds up to 25 miles per hour. tain Daredevils on April 30, the official debut of the Additional thrill rides include Raging River Rapids, new Great American Country Nights evening show an interactive double speed-slide with a 400-foot May 1, and a special Night of Praise concluding the plunge; the Bermuda Triangle, a fast-paced, enclosed events on May 2. Guests can sample the official Sil- slide; and the Pipeline Plunge and Ohana Falls rapid- ver Dollar City Birthday Cake, chosen by a national water raft rides. Family favorites include Surfquake, a recipe contest conducted through Taste of Home 500,000 gallon wave pool with 4-foot waves, and the magazine. Lazy River, a gently moving river for floating and soaking up the sun. After spending the day conquering acres of thrilling rides at Kansas City’s amusement park, relax and enjoy the warm summer breeze surrounded by stunning light. The sparkling beauty of Worlds of Fun at night comes alive with the addition of Snoopy’s Hot Summer Lights, an immersive light and sound experience starring everyone’s favorite PEANUTS characters and their summertime adventures, new in 2010. Featuring over 2 million LED lights, the colorful canopy invites guests to explore a breathtaking display the entire family will enjoy. The world-famous Woodstock leads a fun-filled adventure through the Africa and Europa sections of the park, which is host to the PEANUTS characters enjoy- ing the outdoors. Along the lighted walkway, larger than life replicas of Snoopy and the gang invite guests to interact in displays and games featuring summertime favorites like picnics, campfires, and sports. The shimmering midways make a perfect backdrop for family photos and video of this amazing visual display. Guests will be immersed in the attraction through the use of cutting edge special effects and sound design, and can also interact with fantasy characters like giant fireflies, swimming sea creatures, and colorful caterpillars. Custom designed for Worlds of Fun by EMMY® Award-Winning RWS and Associates, New York, New York, Snoopy’s Hot Summer Lights is a one million dollar investment. The show is designed using a diverse mixture of low energy and high efficiency LED lighting. LED lights reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and do not contain mercury. The LED displays are supplemented by a variety of professional lighting designs and audio soundtracks throughout the attraction. Snoopy’s Hot Summer Lights will debut Friday, June 4, 2010, and will run through September 5, 2010. The dis- play will begin daily at sunset and remain open until park closing time. Worlds of Fun opens for its 38th season on Saturday, April 17, 2010. Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun: the Southcreek Office Park Management Office (7200 W. 132nd St., Suite 300) is once again participating in the consignment program for both Worlds and Oceans of Fun this year. Visit www.worldsoffun.com for the most current operating dates and hours. Ages 2 and younger are free. *Guests ages 3 & older AND less than 48” in height; Ages 62 & older. Prices are as follows: Worlds of Fun Single-Day Adult Ticket = $29.00 (Regular admission = $40.99 plus tax) *WOF Jr/Sr Single-Day Ticket = $17.00 (Regular admission = $19.99 plus tax) Oceans of Fun Single-Day Adult Ticket = $23.00 (Regular admission = $28.99 plus tax) *OOF Jr/Sr Single-Day Ticket = $16.00 (Regular admission = $15.99 plus tax) Ride & Slide Single-Day Adult Ticket = $44.00 (Regular admission = $55.99 plus tax) *Jr/Sr Ride & Slide Single-Day Ticket = $32.00 (Regular admission = $34.99 plus tax) NEW FOR 2010: Ride & Slide ticket is valid for one person into both Worlds of Fun (WOF) and Oceans of Fun (OOF) on the same day or different days. Opening weekend for WOF is April 17-18, 2010. Opening weekend for OOF is May 22-23, 2010. Tickets are now available at 7200 W. 132nd St., Suite 300, Overland Park, KS 66213. Tickets purchased in our office provide the largest discount on tickets available. However, if you can’t make it into our office, tickets and season passes may be purchased online at a reduced rate. If interested, please visit www.worldsoffun.com/partner and use our corporate password: Snoopy. Enjoy the summer!
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