Spotlight on Move-A-Thon Sponsors, Pt. 1

 Kevin Broveleit / re206ps

Kevin is father to Joelle (1st grade) and Dora (3rd grade).  He is an active part of the school community, contributing countless hours to the Annual Auction, classroom volunteering, and many other activities. Kevin has been working in real estate since 2003 and specializes in helping people buy and sell real estate mostly in West Seattle, but also in the greater Seattle area. For more information visit

West Seattle Bowl

Established in 1948, West Seattle Bowl ( has become part of the fabric of the West Seattle Community. Owners Mike Gubsch and Andy and Cheri Carl (parents to 3rd grader Ryan) believe in giving back to the community and support fundraising efforts and local schools through discounts for charity bowling events and in-kind donations. Annually this support totals nearly $100,000.  This is the 5th year for their Kids Bowl Free Program, which gives kids two free games of bowling, every day, all summer long. Click here for program information and to sign up. They hope to see you on the lanes.

Western Specialty Contractors

David Kimble, father to Liam (2nd grade), is the manager of the Seattle branch of Western Specialty Contractors ( The company has been a generous sponsor for our school for several years.


 West Seattle Natural Medicine

Dr. Adrianne Cook is mother to Kinder Austin Saltzman and 4 year old Phoebe. Dr. Cook practices as a Primary Care Naturopathic Doctor at West Seattle Natural Medicine Clinic with a focus on nutrition and optimizing health. Her specialty is treating adults with digestive issues, fatigue, thyroid disorders and hormone imbalance. West Seattle Natural Medicine Clinic sees patients of all ages and is credentialed with most major health insurances. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her family and catching up on sleep.


Matthew & Casie LaBella / West Seattle Foot and Ankle Clinic

The West Seattle Foot & Ankle Clinic was established in 1979. Their goal has always been to provide the highest degree of foot and ankle care possible while treating patients as a whole. In addition to helping their many patients, Matt and Casie are parents to Jesse (4th grade) and Lucy (2nd grade). Casie has been generous with her volunteer time in the classroom and at the school, where she has co-chaired the Passport program.

Julie Ambrose, MSW, LICSW

Julie Ambrose is mother to Jackson (3rd grade) and Josie (2nd grade) Ambrose. She owns the Morgan Junction Building, a mental health clinic housing 11 therapists with a wide range of specialties. Julie herself specializes in Individual and Family Therapy for teens and adults; focusing on treatment of anxiety, depression, school-related problems, relationship issues, and life transitions. In her free time she enjoys running, hiking, reading, cooking and sharing food with family and friends. For more information on her practice, you may visit


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