Brinda Swanson won Rodrock Development’s Nicest Neighbor contest -- and for good reason. She not only helps host Parkhurst’s Oktoberfest, bringing families together for fun and charity -- and raising a staggering $21,677.81 for the Dreamfactory and Bags of Fun last year alone -- but she also plans fun outings, like hiring buses to transport neighborhood families to the Royals World Series Parade.
Brinda Swanson won Rodrock Development’s Nicest Neighbor contest -- and for good reason. She not only helps host Parkhurst’s Oktoberfest, bringing families together for fun and charity -- and raising a staggering $21,677.81 for the Dreamfactory and Bags of Fun last year alone -- but she also plans fun outings, like hiring buses to transport neighborhood families to the Royals World Series Parade. Submitted photo
Brinda Swanson won Rodrock Development’s Nicest Neighbor contest -- and for good reason. She not only helps host Parkhurst’s Oktoberfest, bringing families together for fun and charity -- and raising a staggering $21,677.81 for the Dreamfactory and Bags of Fun last year alone -- but she also plans fun outings, like hiring buses to transport neighborhood families to the Royals World Series Parade. Submitted photo

Rodrock Development celebrates holiday-ready homes and nicest neighbors

December 01, 2017 03:50 PM

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