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Kansas City Young Matrons – Civics and Honoring Day

Kansas City Young Matrons’ Civics and Honoring Day was held on October 3rd. The membership gathered to honor its president, past presidents, silver members, life members, and honorary members. Guests enjoyed presentations from Debbie Deere and Miranda Mendez of Boys Hope Girls Hope, and Lauren Clifton-Thompson and Sarah Knopf Amelung of Amethyst Place. The morning ended with a delicious lunch from Pierpont’s.

Kathleen Teahan and Joyce Didde

 

Becky McCormack and Marilyn Enger

 

Bobbie Messick and Stephanie Hawn

 

Sarah Knopf Amelung, Amethyst Place

Featured in the November 12, 2022 issue of The Independent.
Photo Credit: John Caulfield

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