When it gets hot in Charlotte — like it does in July and August — we think about cooling off, and one of our favorite places is always the pool. Mecklenburg County has a few public pools we can go to — 3 indoor pools and 2 outdoor pools — and more on the way! The first in more than 15 years. This is pretty exciting if you’re a fan of swimming, and Daniel Leatherman from Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation is here to fill us in.
Monthly Archives: August 2019
The days are long, but the years are short… and before you know it, your bundle of joy has graduated from kindergarten and is going off to college. At least, that’s how it feels sometimes! Wait – stop the clock! College? We just got done paying for preschool. How are we going to tackle college? Michael Trivette is someone who helps parents navigate the long, complex, and often-confusing world of college choice and admissions. He’s an App State grad, and holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Georgia. He’s part of the team at College Transitions, a company that helps parents and high schoolers with one of the most important choices they’ll ever make.
One real estate mantra is “location, location, location,” but now a neighborhood that is connected to parks, greenways, shopping, restaurants, and even where we work, is more desirable than one where we have to get in our cars to go *anywhere* — even to work out! Charlotte Real Estate Talk gets the skinny on healthy, active neighborhoods from two people who want to get you moving right where you live. Listen in to hear Kate Cavazza and Clint Grant from Mecklenburg County Public Health explain what that means to you.