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Junior League of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties Cotillion – Meet and Greet

Bishop Miege High School was the setting for a tuxedo fitting and meet and greet for the fathers of the Junior League of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties Cotillion honorees. The men had a wonderful time socializing and getting to know each another. 

Also featured in the November 30th issue of The Independent 

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Randy Larsen and Kelly Burkhart
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Bill Newsome and Curt Skoog

 

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