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Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas – 46th Annual Snow Ball

The 46th Annual Snow Ball, a benefit for Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas, was held on January 18th at the Overland Park Convention Center. This year’s presidents were Jo and Mike Kuckelman. More than 1,800 guests enjoyed a gourmet dinner and dancing to the sounds of Lost Wax. Proceeds support the organization’s eight family support centers, mobile resource bus, and more than 20 programs and services for people of all faiths and at all stages of life. 

Terry and Peggy Dunn

 

Travis and Jenny Curran with Henry and Emily Hodes

 

Ken and Nancy Mellard, Lauren Solidum, Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas; Kelly Kearney, and Chris and Angie Dierks

 

Mike and Maureen Bukaty, Lexi Bukaty, and Lauren Bukaty

 

Monsignor Stuart Swetland with Karen and Craig Gaffney

 

Ed and Jennifer Johnson

 

Glenn and Joan Wells with Jodie and John Seitzer

 

 

Kevin and Dianne Kelly, Pam and Kevin Kramer, Amanda Cushenberry, Lynn Pollock, and Vern Cushenberry

 

Don and Patty Kincaid with Melinda and Scott Kincaid

Additional photos featured in the February 22, 2020 issue of The Independent
Photo credit: Brian Turner, Jacob Bentzinger, Samantha Kopecky

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