Kerri Topps started in her new position on July 13 replacing Sue Meier who, after 15 years, has moved on. Kerri has two children, Morgan (11) and Connor (9) and has been married to her husband, Andy, for 15 years. Andy and Morgan recently graduated from the Navajo tribe and Connor and Andy are Chief and son in the Wolverine tribe. Kerri has worked at various non-profit organizations including Brookfield Zoo and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation prior to staying home with her children. Kerrie has volunteered extensively at Dryden Elementary School and served on the Executive Board of the PTA. She is looking forward to working for Big Waters and getting to know everyone.
Please welcome her with a big How How!
Big Waters kicked off the 2015-16 year with parents and their children marching in the Mount Prospect parade.
About Big Waters Federation
The Big Waters Federation program enables parents and children to build a lifetime of memories through our fun activities and events. Big Waters Federation Indian themed programs are set against the rich background of American folklore and encourage you and your child to take an active part in a program that will enrich both of your lives. Our events are geared towards family and will teach your child values and the gift of friendship.