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The Victory Project – The Victory Gala and Sporting Invitational The Victory Gala and Sporting Invitational raised funds for The Victory Project. Margaret and Josh Arnold and Dana Linville and Jim Alderman served as the co-chairmen. The Victory Gala was… Read More
Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Lim! Sara Elizabeth Colt Goodwin and George Thomas Lin were married on June 22nd at Christ Community Church Brookside. The bride is the daughter of Kristin and John Goodwin of Mission… Read More
Philanthropy Matters – April Padgett April Padgett began her career in development five years ago. She came to Our Town in the summer of 2018. April is director of individual and corporate giving for Vibrant… Read More
TOP CLEF: Harriman presents local debut of refreshing new star Nadine Sierra shot to the top of the opera world with a glittering burst of speed. At age 20, the Florida-born soprano became the youngest-ever Grand Finalist at America’s most… Read More
Rachel’s Reads – October 2019
With the release of the Downton Abbey movie, historical fiction has been at the forefront of mainstream media. With the beautiful costumes and historical research taking center stage, I thought it would be fun to share a few of my…
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The Dish with Ann – Poi-ō
Tucked off Southwest Boulevard, Poi-ō – a play on the enunciation of the Spanish word for chicken, pollo – has a hipster vibe that is obviously attractive to the non-stop flow of customers. This fast casual restaurant has a counter…
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The Symphony League – Symphony Ball Benefactors’ Party
The Symphony League’s Symphony Ball Benefactors’ Party was held on September 4th at the beautiful home of Kurt Knapstein. Tricia Scott served as chairman of the event. Ball Honorary Chairmen Rita and Lamar Hunt, Jr. thanked the more than 200…
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Spotlight on Centurions – Michael Comer
Michael Comer is a graduate of Kansas State University and a vice president with JE Dunn Construction. He is a member of the Centurions Spring Class of 2020. The May Task Force, of which he was a member, focused on…
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The Belles of the American Royal – Presidents’ Tea
Cynthia Pistilli Savage, Caroline Savage, and Lindley Savage served as co-chairmen of the 2019 BOTAR Presidents’ Tea. The September 7th event was held at The Kansas City Country Club. The 2019 BOTAR class and the Pages were introduced to the…
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