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Bishop Spencer Place – Bishop’s Benefit

On October 16th, Bishop Spencer Place held its Bishop’s Benefit at The Westin Kansas City at Crown Center. Jeannette Nichols received the Bishop’s Award, and Alison Coulson was the chairman. 

Also featured in the November 16th issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Jerry Kolb

Bishop Spencer Place Benefit 2013-8
Carolyn Gerwick, Rich Coulson and Cappy and Peter Powell, board president
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Steve Seggerman, Bishop Spencer Place; Whitney Terrell who accepted the Bishop’s Award on behalf of Jeannette Nichols, honoree; and Bishop Martin S. Field, board chairman

 

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