Towers Shopping Center donates $1,000 to Northside Middle School

PRESENTATION: from left: Cynthia Dix, administration; Tracy Adcock, SPED resource teacher; Lori Wimbush, principal of Northside Middle School; Kelley Short, Manager at Tuesday Morning; Ellen Cleveland, Property Manager at Towers Shopping Center; Regina Bratzler, shopping spree winner; Chris Adcock, 8th grade algebra teacher; Loren Bratzler, husband of winner. 
PRESENTATION: from left: Cynthia Dix, administration; Tracy Adcock, SPED resource teacher; Lori Wimbush, principal of Northside Middle School; Kelley Short, Manager at Tuesday Morning; Ellen Cleveland, Property Manager at Towers Shopping Center; Regina Bratzler, shopping spree winner; Chris Adcock, 8th grade algebra teacher; Loren Bratzler, husband of winner.

Towers Shopping Center merchants donated $1,000 to Northside Middle School.

The donation will be used in part towards a Staff Appreciation ceremony and The School-Wide Discipline Plan program, which promotes good behavior.

“We want to give back to our faculty and staff to show our appreciation for everything they do” said Lori Wimbush, principal at Northside Middle School. “The donation will also be used to reward students that stay out of trouble and lead by good example.”

The donation was part of Towers Shopping Center’s holiday shopping spree promotion, which included a $1,000 shopping spree drawing and a $1,000 donation to a local school.  Regina Bratzler, winner of the shopping spree, chose Northside Middle School to receive the money. Bratzler’s two close friends are both teachers at the school.

This is the 14th year the merchants of Towers Shopping Center have donated funds to local schools.  Previous winning schools include: Virginia Heights Elementary School, Wasena Elementary School, Woodrow Wilson Middle School, William Fleming High School, Patrick Henry High School, James Madison Middle School, Highland Park Learning Center, Clearbrook Elementary School and William Byrd Middle School.

Towers Shopping Center is at the intersection of Brandon Avenue and Colonial Avenue in Roanoke. The center includes Kroger, The Fresh Market, Petco and Chipotle. Towers is owned and managed by Towers Retail, LLC. with property management, leasing and marketing services provided by Rappaport of McLean, VA.