Ground broken at military-focused housing development

Ground is broken Thursday, June 6, at Garden Walk at Magnolia Ridge, in the Hawthorne Development north of Warrensburg. The housing development has been designed to include 60 units with amenities to serve military personnel and veterans. Pictured from the left, front row, Sharri Carter, public relations director, Quarry City Savings and Loan; Jeremy VanWey, chair, Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce; Suzanne Taylor, executive director, Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Joanna Anderson, president, State Fair Community College; Chris Peck, Wallace Architects; Maj. John T. Schwent, Jr., founder/executive director, Camp Valor Outdoors, Inc.; Dr. Doug Koch, vice-provost for Academic Programs and Services, University of Central Missouri; Brian Vollenweider, MHDC public information officer; Delilah Nichols, service coordinator, Belmont Management Company; Anne May, community development specialist, Central Missouri Community Credit Union; Linda Kirk, executive director, Workforce Development Board of Western MO Inc.; Derrick Hamilton, president, Belmont Development Company; Missouri State Sen. Denny Hoskins; Missouri State Rep. Dean Dohrman; Mayor Casey Lund; City Manager Harold Stewart and Donna Czerniak, Exceptional Properties Realty/Homes for Heroes.

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