Jason took a vacation this week, but being the hard-working loyal sidekick he is, he took some time to pre-record an interview with representatives from local service organization, Developing Potential, inc. Development director Amy Cox and board member Bob Glaser sat down with Jason and Nick to talk about the services offered to local residents as well as some exciting growth news and how you can help them reach their goals.
They both started as band musicians. Neither planned to become teachers. They are a generation apart and first came together as teacher and student. Both spent a career conducting orchestras in the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District and the Kansas City Youth Symphony. This year, as the Lee’s Summit Symphony opens its 16th season, the two are united yet again — this time as co-conductors. This is Russ Berlin and Kirt Mosier.
As election day approaches, Jason and Nick take some time to look at Amendment 1 and how, if passed, it will effect elections, candidates and elected officials in the future. In our second segment, the duo previews this weekend’s Summit Art Fest with special guests Jody Fristoe, Barbara Neth and Phil Schmidt.
Jason and Nick start to breakdown some of the ballot issues voters will see in November and Chuck Cooper and Jon Cundiff, of Velocity Lee’s Summit, join Nick for conversation on the not-for-profit and its mission to build up and support our local entrepreneurial community.