Okay, is that blinking thingy above getting on your nerves? Me too! And I had to see it the entire time I wrote this month’s e-blast. But seriously, we wanted to draw attention to a major milestone: another year of publishing WCW just for you! 27 in fact!
Okay, now that you’re reading this paragraph, annoying blinky thing should be out of sight and I can tell you about what’s going on at WCW this month.
First off, we have a woman on our cover who was but 3 years old when WCW first started publishing. Yes, Maegan
Ochoa is quite young, but you’d never know that talking to this worldly, wise young woman who is the co-owner of The Sibari Project in Sarasota. Along with her husband, Eric Collin, they are redevelopers. That’s not a typo either.
Together they’ve worked on sustainable redevelopment projects that make current buildings usable again in an environmentally more efficient way. Best to read her profile in this month’s WCW to get a better handle on what she does.
They happen to live in my neck of the woods (Indian Beach/Sapphire Shores) and they’re working on a redo of a N. Trail motel. Click here to read her article as it appears in WCW (it will launch as a PDF – be patient!).
WCW Picks for Fun Stuff To Do
Interested in learning a new language, how to draw or how to write? Consider an upcoming Spring Session Class at ACE (Adult and Enrichment Classes) Registration starts soon.
View their ad in WCW by clicking here.View the course listings at sarasotacountyschools.net
Two dynamic speakers at WOof this month. WOof stands for Women Owners of Florida and they have one speaker on March 10 Amy – McCloskey Tobin speaking on Social Media for Business, and another on March 24 with Brenda Zofrea talking about Let’s B Safe, a company she started that offers parenting workshops. Click here for the ad in WCW or visit womenownersoffl.com or call 941-685-0250