Meet Lisa Burgarino of Aspire Real Estate Group! Lisa loves the many family and outdoor recreational activities Manitowoc has to offer, specifically our golf courses. Read further to see why Lisa thinks, loves and plays in Manitowoc County.
Why did you choose our County: I choose Manitowoc County for the quality of life I’ve found here. People here are invested in their community. It’s evident in the care they take of their homes, community property such as our parks and beaches, and the educational system within this area. The diversity of schools, public and private, elementary through college offer a quality education that we all benefit from. Our older son went through the public school system and graduated from Lincoln High School. He had an excellent academic and athletic experience that helped prepare him for college and beyond. He graduated college this year and will be Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps in the coming months. Our younger son is finishing his junior year at Roncalli Catholic High School. He maintains a B average while being involved in community service programs and being a part of the State Division 4 Boys Basketball Championship Team, and the golf team. It takes a village to support our children as they journey through life and all of Manitowoc County’s School Systems do an outstanding job.
What do you love about our county: This community supports 25 parks, trails and lake/river accesses that include The Mariners Trail along Lake Michigan, Manitowoc County Youth Baseball Complex, Miracle League of the Lakeshore Baseball Field, Manitowoc Family Aquatic Center, Neshotah Beach, Lincoln Park Zoo, and many others. We are invested in sharing all this community has to offer.
Favorite thing about our area: I love the many golf courses in Manitowoc County, 10 to choose from! These beautiful courses are so well maintained, at such reasonable rates, there’s no better way to enjoy a gorgeous day with family or friends. We are fortunate to have all these courses in our area to enjoy the outdoor scenery, while cursing those errant white balls.