Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Westwood will be looking to solidify a community master plan in the coming months.
Westwood will be looking to solidify a community master plan in the coming months.

Westwood master plan meeting Monday. The first public meeting to help develop the Westwood master plan will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Westwood View Elementary School. The meeting will start with a brief presentation and then break-out groups to discuss residents’ vision for Westwood. The plan will establish a vision for the community and a short-term strategic plan.

Briarwood, Indian Hills students honored in Braille challenge. Several Shawnee Mission students were honored at the Kansas Regional Braille Challenge this month at the Kansas State School for the Blind. Audrey Bethay, a fifth-grader at Briarwood, earned first place in the Sophomore division. Meg Shermer, an eighth-grader at Indian Hills, earned first place in the Junior Varsity division.

WaterOne makes unique donation to Ronald McDonald House. WaterOne, Johnson County’s water utility, found an interesting way to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City this month. The utility collected the scrap metal left over from the recent upgrade of locks and keys at its facilities, and turned it over to RMHC—KC through its Unlock Hope program. The 816 pound of brass WaterOne donated were worth $1,086.96.

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