Lake Quivira

Delivering neighborhood connections to your mailbox every month.

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Welcome! Let’s get to know our neighbors.

We know genuine connections with neighbors next door and business owners down the street make for a more meaningful experience. And we believe getting to know people in our community should be simple. That’s why Stroll meets you where you’re at – your mailbox.

We are grateful to serve this amazing community.

Every month, we share stories from and about different residents within our neighborhood.

See below for a few of our recent favorites.

What a Transformation!

A Peek Inside the Beautiful Hanko Home

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Flying with daughter, Beth, on the Honor Flight
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Joseph Randolph, Jr.

Honor, Respect and Leadership

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Legacy Dental

Meet Dr. Steven Vodonick!

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Off to the Christmas Concert!
For the Love of Loch

One Boy's Story of Fish Tales, Spider Monkeys and Heart Whisperings

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Photo by Amy Craig Photography
The Simmons Family
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Luna and Brecken!
Luna the Friendly Adventure Dog
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Go Chiefs!
Cruising with Paul and Vikki
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Moss Art Event
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Photo by Pics by Paige S.

A Champion of Resilience, Strength, and Beauty

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Meet Your Publisher

Corrina Eisenhart

Corrina Eisenhart

Corrina Eisenhart is the owner and publisher of Stroll Lake Quivira and editor of Stroll Leawood South. She grew up attending schools in Shawnee and Overland Park, graduated from Lawrence High, and then earned her B.A. in Psychology. She worked as a houseparent in a home for troubled youth, then spent many years homeschooling her own five children.

After moving back to the KC Metro area, she took a part-time job in promotions for a large home improvement company. She worked her way into management and in a short amount of time brought the events team from bringing in $500,000 a year to an impressive $4.6 million. Then Covid hit and there were no more events.

This led Corrina to decide to take on the challenge of starting her own publication. She loves the residents and businesses and takes pride in connecting them to one another! She enjoys helping with advertising, digital media platforms, and social events. Contact her for wonderful opportunities to Stroll with our residents!

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