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UPTOWN/DOWNTOWN Patrons’ Party

The beautiful home of Kelly and Jon Lambert was the site for The Patrons’ Party for the Kemper Museum’s UPTOWN/DOWNTOWN Gala. Guests were entertained by Phat Strad and musicians from Park University. Michelle and Peter deSilva were the Gala honorary chairmen, and Holly Mihalovich and Hallie Peavey served as the Gala co-chairmen. Additional photos also featured in the […]

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Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey – Ailey II

Ailey II was held on October 6th at the Folly Theater. An After Party was held at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Dr. Michael Weaver was the honorary chairman, and Angela Bennett and Sherri Wattenbarger served as the co-chairmen. Artistic Director Troy Powell and Choreographer Benoit-Swan Pouffer delighted guests with an amazing program […]

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Heartland Men’s Chorus – 17th Annual Dinner of Note

Heartland Men’s Chorus chose LIKEME Lighthouse as co-beneficiary of the 17th annual Dinner of Note on October 13th at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Heartland Men’s Chorus has been singing out as Kansas City’s gay men’s chorus for 27 years in Our Town and chose the new LIKEME Lighthouse LGBT community center in Midtown as its first […]

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The fourth annual Project Poochie featured 50 shelter alumni dogs strutting the runway on October 14th, in designs from Diane VonFurstenbone, Barktoria’s Secret, Yves St. Bernard, and many more. Proceeds from Project Poochie benefited the SASSYfund, which helps realize the financial burden that unscheduled pet expenses can cause for seniors on a fixed income.  Additional photos featured in the […]

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Truman Medical Center’s Behavior Health Sciences – Benefit at the Bristol

The 17th annual Benefit at the Bristol was held on October 15th at the Bristol Seafood Grill in Leawood. Janet and Ron Reimer were the honorary chairmen, and Ann and John Sundeen served as the chairmen. More than 300 guests helped to make this event the most successful ever. Special guests were Senia and Will Shields, who […]

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Youth Volunteer Corps – Open House

The Youth Volunteer Corps, a national organization devoted to creating meaningful service projects for youth, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. YVC welcomed nearly 100 guests to its new office in the Brockett House for an Open House on October 8th. The move was made possible by a grant from the Sunderland Foundation. Additional photos featured […]

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Heartland Men’s Chorus – Dinner of Note

Dinner of Note, a benefit for the Heartland Men’s Chorus and the LIKEME Lighthouse, was held on October 13th at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Michele Stauffer and Cathy Jambrosic were the honorary co-chairmen, and Marce Baxley and Alan Nelis served as the co-chairmen. Guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, auctions, and entertainment by country music star […]

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Junior League of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties – American Girl Fashion Show

Young models hit the runway for the American Girl Fashion Show, hosted by the Junior League of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties. The girls celebrated extraordinary characters from eight different historical time periods. Guests enjoyed historically-themed treats and a special performance by the Kansas City Ballet. The event was held the weekend of October 13th and 14th, […]

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BOTAR – Boots ‘N BOTAR Bash

The Boots ‘N BOTAR Bash was held after the American Royal Parade at The Cashew. Guests enjoyed a delicious lunch and lots of wild west fun. Clare Amey, Ellie Conway, Emily Cray, Ellie Heddens, Jessica Jackson, Katherine Kilroy, Maddie Nichols, and Cortney Patterson hosted event. Additional photos featured in the November 24th issue of The […]

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