Louise Sproule has been the publisher of The Review since 1992 and although she is constantly writing for the paper, her not-so-secret wish is to write a book one day. This is perhaps a foray into that realm. In addition to being at the helm of The Review, Louise is involved in various community organizations, loves to read, write, garden, paint and has eclectical musical tastes. (She wants her own radio show, too.) From her first days attending high school in Vankleek Hill, she loved the brick homes which lined the streets of town and hoped to one day call Vankleek Hill home. She lived in town briefly after graduating high school while working at The Review, then returned several years later to purchase the paper and soon thereafter, purchased -- you guessed it -- a brick home in Vankleek Hill.