Archive for the ‘“Local Spot Light”’ Category

Brunswick Area Heritage Museum Open House

Friday, July 15th, 2016

Exciting News! The Brunswick Area Heritage Museum will be hosting a grand opening on Sunday, September, 18, 2016, from 2 to 4 p.m. There will be a special guest and refreshments. Please plan to attend and join in the celebration.

Great Interview with Clint Gesling!

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Clint Gesling had a wonderful opportunity to discuss Brunswick’s upcoming Wildcat Catfish Tournament, August 7, on Catfish Weekly

Visit the Wildcat Catfish Tournament for more information and help spread the word by liking us on Facebook.

Not a fisherman, visit Brunswick that weekend to see the boats and some HUGE catfish. While you are in town, leave plenty of time to visit the unique shops and enjoy some fabulous dining in downtown Brunswick.

Wildcat Tournament Flyer 2016

 

Rural Missouri County Among Best Places To Grow Up For Future Income Growth

Friday, August 7th, 2015

Who knew?

Check out the broadcast at the following link:

http://kcur.org/post/rural-missouri-county-among-best-places-grow-future-income-growth

“Great place to shop and eat…”

Monday, November 4th, 2013

“I am embarrassed to say that I have lived in Richmond, Mo for twenty plus years and this was my first visit to your town. It was absolutely delightful. Great places to shop and great places to eat but most of all —- great people! Everyone I encountered was so friendly and nice without exception. What really impressed me was the pride of the people of your community for their town. I had the privilege to spend some time visiting with the owner of the dime store and the lady at King Hill. I learned about the town and about pecans. The afternoon went so fast. I don’t usually send notes like this but I wanted to let you know what a pleasure it was to visit Brunswick. I will most definitely be back.” Linda P

News from “Where the Rivers Meet”

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Welcome to News from “Where the Rivers Meet,” where you can get a glimpse into the lives of some of the kind people who live in the Brunswick area, check up on what is happening in our little corner of the world, and keep up-to-date on local events and activities. “Like” us on Facebook for an easy way to stay connected. Spread the word and “Share” us with your friends and family.

Brunswick…there’s no place quite like it!

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Experience the unexpected in Brunswick. The people of Brunswick have put passion into action and are creating a town that has become a destination.

You’ll find a variety of unique offerings in their shops, delicious tastes in their restaurants and people who are genuinely glad to share the day with you. At every turn you will find an excellence and attention to detail that you might only expect to find in the “big city.”

Once you see what Brunswick has to offer, you will want to come back and explore this charming town time and time again. Spend some time in Brunswick – it is worth your time, because the people of Brunswick have made it worth theirs.

Brunswick – “The Heart of a Jewel”

Saturday, May 26th, 2012

What a privilege it is to share this wonderful letter to the people of Brunswick that was sent to the editor of The Brunswicker.

Dear Brunswickers:

This weekend, I helped out with the Grand and Missouri River Cleanup organized by Missouri River Relief and headquartered at your beautiful park on the Grand. I have worked with this group for many years and have helped with cleanups and other activities, large and small, throughout the Missouri River Lower Basin. Seldom are we met with such complete hospitality and friendship as we were this past weekend.

Brunswick is a community that “gets it.” The love of their community and their river was apparent in almost everyone I talked to there. We were showered with welcome, food, help with everything, food, local history help with logistics and, oh, did I mention the food? What a pleasant experience it was to feel so appreciated for what we do.

Brunswickers should remember, though, that these cleanups cannot succeed without the support and help of the community – YOU are the real heroes of caring for the rivers as, obviously, our group alone cannot carry the load.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart! Please be proud of your wonderful community and its wonderful citizens. You live in the heart of a jewel.

John Brady
Rocheport, MO

Thank you, Mr Brady, for your kind and encouraging words! It is not everyday that we get such a clear picture of how visitors perceive our community.

HGTV Film Crew to Visit Brunswick

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Brunswick is very excited about the film crew that will arrive next week to film Community Crusader winner, Blake Dankert. Just take a walk downtown and you will see that Blake’s enthusiasm and efforts have made a difference. The businesses in Brunswick are to be commended for their investments that have made such a dramatic difference. Wow! What a difference a year can make. And to think this is only the beginning. Read more about it in the…

October 8, 2010 Newsletter PDF File – Vol. 01 Num. 2

Thank you, Veterans!

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Brunswick Rucker/McAllister American Legion Post #7 Memorial Day services at Elliott Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Missouri

Brunswick Rucker/McAllister American Legion Post #7 Memorial Day services at Elliott Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Missouri

Brunswick Rucker/McAllister American Legion Post #7 Memorial Day services at Elliott Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Missouri

Local photographer’s work chosen for calendar

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

Mark Ramsey photographs

Mark Ramsey has had three of his photographs chosen to appear in the 2011 Missouri Bankers Association Calendar. The coyote and deer picture will be the February picture, the balloons will be on the back cover and the lightning will be on the front cover. Congratulations Mark!