Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Michael Bearde is proud of his salon's national recognition by Beauty Launchpad.
Michael Bearde is proud of his salon’s national recognition by Beauty Launchpad.

Mission salon receives national recognition for its sustainable approach to renovation. Salon Bearde at 5616 Johnson Dr. has been named Salon of the Month by Beauty Launchpad, a nationally distributed magazine covering the salon industry. The publication recognized Bearde for a major renovation project completed last year that utilized materials salvaged from a 100 year-old barn. The metal roof was used to panel the walls and boards form benches, counters and other furnishings. “The one-of-a-kind result: Oxidized barn tin and wood, sporting enviably time-worn colors and textures,” the magazine stated. Michael Bearde, who co-owns the business with is wife Jenna, described the recognition as a “true honor. It’s something near and dear to our heart, to find a barn, purchase it and bring it to life. It’s special for me in Mission, Kansas.”

Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce holding ribbon cutting ceremony for Health Studio KC. The Northeast Johnson County Chamber is celebrating the opening of Health Studio KC at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. The new healthcare provider at 2200 W. 47th Place #101 in the Woodside Village in Westwood provides direct primary care to members.

Westwood Planning Commission to review final draft of master plan Monday. The Westwood Planning Commission will hold a meeting on the final draft of the City Master Plan Monday at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The planning process includes a Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Strategic Action Plan. More information can be found here.

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