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Children’s Mercy Hospital – Red Hot Night

The 11th annual Red Hot Night will be held on Valentine’s Day in the Grand Ballroom at the Kansas City Convention Center. Colleen Dougherty Euteneuer and Joe Euteneuer are the honorary chairmen, and Kurt Manske and Braden Perry are serving as the co-chairmen. Proceeds support Children’s Mercy Hospital. Also featured in the December 13th issue […]

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Turner House Children’s Clinics – Kicks 4 Kids KC

October 8th was the date for Turner House Children’s Clinics’s third annual Kicks 4 Kids KC. Robert Ramm was the honorary chairman, and Stacey Homuth served as the chairman. Dr. Raymond L. Daniels was presented with the Dr. Frank Vaughters Service Award for his commitment to improving the lives of children through his work. Guests […]

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Spotlight on Centurions – Richard Hu

Richard Hu is president and managing partner of HJM Architects, which his father founded more than 30 years ago. They keep the practice diverse with work in healthcare, education, commercial, industrial/warehouse, and non-profit organizations. Richard is a member of the Centurions Class of 2015 and is currently a member of the Southtown Council and a […]

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Heart of America Shakespeare Festival – Romantic Revels

Bernadette and Dr. Scott Ashcraft are serving as the chairmen of Romantic Revels, a benefit for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. The February 14th event will be held at the InterContinental Kansas City at the Plaza. Partygoers will enjoy signature martinis, premium auction items, a dinner, and dancing until midnight.   Also featured in […]

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In The Spotlight – Magic Ball “Do You Believe in Magic”

January 17th is the date for the Kansas City Young Matrons’ Magic Ball. “Do You Believe in Magic” is the theme of the event to be held at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. UMKC Chancellor Leo Morton is the honorary chairman, and Janet Bjerke and Mary Beth Hershey are serving as the co-chairmen. Guests will […]

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Liberty Fruit Company – Golf Tournament

Allen Cavier and Rob Riggle recently presented a check to Jewish Family Services as a result of Liberty Fruit Company’s 15th Annual Golf Tournament. Also featured in the November 15th issue of The Independent  Allen Caviar, Liberty Fruit Company; Don Goldman, Jewish Family Services; Rachel Krantz, Jewish Family Services; and Rob Riggle  

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Cheers to Volunteers! – Stephanie Sheldon

Stephanie Sheldon’s placement on the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri’s Habitat for Humanity Truman Heritage Committee inspired her to pursue hands-on voluntarism in a new way. She recently traveled to Ghana where she spent three weeks mixing cement, painting, and playing with children for One Wish Africa, a soon-to-be women’s empowerment center. Also featured […]

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Spotlight on Centurions – Jeff Turner

Jeff Turner grew up in Chillicothe, Missouri, and graduated from the University of Missouri in 2002 with a bachelor of science degree in business administration. He is a member of the Centurions Class of 2015 and serves as a co-chairman of the Benchmarking Trip Task Force. Jeff lives in Brookside with his wife, Amy, and their […]

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Kansas City Young Matrons – Civics Honoring Day

On October 8th, The Kansas City Young Matrons celebrated Civics Honoring Day at their historic clubhouse. Past presidents and silver, life and honorary members were honored.  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Kansas City Executive Director Guyla Stidman educated members about the services the organization provides to those who suffer from mental illness. KCYM will […]

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