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  • The 72nd BOTAR Ball

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    By Jessica James

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  • Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri

    Tough Cookies

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  • Art Scene

    Brady Legler

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  • Wayside Waifs

    32nd Annual Strutt With Your Mutt

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  • Children’s Mercy

    2022 Dream Big Day

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  • Jackson County CASA’s fourth annual Cocktails for CASA

    A Night of Hope

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  • Kansas City Ballet Guild

    2022 Fall Luncheon

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  • The Symphony League

    Symphony Ball, “Royal Gala – Let’s Have a Ball”

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  • Powell Gardens

    Under a Harvest Moon

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    10th annual Celebration Evening

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Rachel’s Reads – November 2022
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Cheers To Volunteers! – Kathleen McCullough
Band of Angels is very grateful to have a volunteer like Kathleen McCullough. Kathleen is a retired orchestra director who serves on the organization’s board of directors. She also leads the music camp scholarship program, is developing the college scholarship…
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New Roots for Refugees – The Gathering
October 4th was the date for The Gathering, a benefit for New Roots for Refugees. Bridget Lee was the host of the 10th annual event. Guests enjoyed remarks from Lauren Solidum, Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas; and Kristin Selby, New…
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