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Truman Medical Center – Benefit at the Bristol

The 17th annual Benefit at the Bristol will be held on October 15th at The Bristol Seafood Grill in Leawood. Ann and John Sundeen will serve as the chairmen, and Janet and Ron Reimer are the honorary chairmen. Proceeds from the event will benefit Truman Medical Centers’ behavioral health programs. Also featured in the September 1st […]

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Under a Harvest Moon

Chef Ted Habiger of Room 39 will create a gourmet farm-to-table dinner for the event Under a Harvest Moon on September 30th at Powell Gardens. Along with the delicious fare and open-air at the Missouri Barn, guests will enjoy hand-selected wine pairings by Amigoni Urban Winery. JoAnn Stultz and Arlyn Silvey will serve as co-chairmen. All proceeds […]

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Community LINC – The Rent Party

Karen and Hank Herrmann have avidly supported Community LINC by sharing their time, talent and hearts in an effort to make a change for homeless families in Kansas City. The mission of Community LINC is to end homelessness, impact poverty and remove barrier to self-sufficiency for the families it serves. On October 6th at Community […]

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Cheers to Volunteers! – Laura Marshment

Laura Marshment began volunteering for the Humane Society 11 years ago and serves on the Pet Telethon and Dog-n-Jog committees. In 2006 she started a rescue group called KC Angel Rescue.  Laura has two adopted dogs, Maximus and Buckley. Thank you for all you do for Our Town, Laura! Also featured in the September 1st […]

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Renovation Sensation Homes Tour

The eighth annual Renovation Sensation Homes Tour will be held on September 12th. Four exceptional homes in the Shawnee Mission East area will be featured. All proceeds from the Tour will directly benefit SHARE, recognized as the largest student-led community service organization in the country and an integral part of Shawnee Mission East High School. Also featured […]

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Bike 4 the Brain

Our Town will gather on September 3rd for the Seventh Annual Bike 4 the Brain (B4B) running, walking and cycling event. Participants will have the opportunity to partake in a 5K non-competitive run/walk, a tricycle challenge and a variety of bicycle races. This year’s event will benefit Kids TLC, Niles Home for Children, reStart, Sheffield Place, Synergy […]

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First Call – Message in a Bottle

The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial will be the site of First Call’s 2nd Annual Message in a Bottle: A Celebration of Recovery on September 12th. The featured speaker at the event will be William C. Moyers, New York Times bestselling author of Broken: My Story of Addiction and Redemption. Ali and Tim Dunn […]

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Women’s Foundation – New Roots for Refugees

New Roots for Refugees is a Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas program with collaboration from Cultivate Kansas City. The organization helps promote positive change for refugees resettled by Catholic Charities. The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City is providing a generous grant to New Roots for Refugees and giving more hope for refugees in Our […]

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Rising Star Reflections – Casey and Sloane Simmons

Casey and Sloane Simmons are sisters who co-own STUFF in Brookside. They were both Rising Star volunteers, class of 2012, and they share a passion for AIDS Walk Kansas City. The sisters have been volunteering for the walk together for many years, and it has become a yearly tradition.  “I am never fully prepared for […]

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