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Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center – Golden Globe Gala

September 15th was the date for Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center’s Golden Globe Gala at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland. The event celebrated the 50th anniversary of the health center. Haley Harrison and Steven Albritton served as the hosts. More than $176,000 was raised to help provide high quality, compassionate and affordable health care for all.

Joe Valenciano with Stephanie and Chris Wright

 

The Silk Road Dance Company performed for the guests.

 

 Janice and Jim Nunnelly, honoree

 

Charlie Shields, Truman Medical Center; and Brenda Shields

Also featured in the October 27, 2018 issue of The Independent
Photo Credits: JC Photography and Artis Photographers

Features

UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance – Crescendo

Suzanne Shank and Marty Smoler were the honorary chairmen, and Yvette and Joseph Miceli served as the chairmen of the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance’s Crescendo. The November 2nd…

Parkinson’s Foundation Heartland Chapter – Parkinson’s Prohibition

The second annual Parkinson’s Prohibition was held on October 25th at the KCP&L Building. Kelly Kehrees and Blake Nelson were the co-chairmen. Trisha Brauer served as the auctioneer, and Neal…

March of Dimes – Signature Chefs Auction

The sixth annual Signature Chefs Auction took place on October 18th at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Ted Habiger, Room 39 and Brewery Emperial; led a…

MOCSA – Johnson County Fall Forum

MOCSA’s 15th annual Johnson County Fall Forum took place on October 12th at the Overland Park Sheraton. The luncheon ensured that MOCSA’s advocacy, counseling and prevention education services reach thousands…