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Notre Dame de Sion School – Gala Auction: A Toast to Sion

The Westin Kansas City at Crown Center was the site for Notre Dame de Sion Schools’ Gala Auction: A Toast to Sion. John Houlehan was the honorary chairman of the March 7th event. Katherine Bontrager Houlehan and Joe Houlehan, Megan Houlehan Timmons and Nick Timmons, Mary Ann and Matt Knopke, and Jen Ferguson Clarkson and Don Clarkson served as the co-chairmen.

Robert Riccardi, Denton Bishop, Dominique Davison, and Claire Bishop

 

Ann and Frank Uryasz were the lucky winners of a new 2020 Toyota Corolla XLE. (Clockwise from left) Frank Uryasz, Ashley Daniel, Ann Uryasz, Ann Smith, auction assistant; and Bruce Doctor

Additional photos featured in the May 2, 2020 issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Whitney Knutson

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The National World War I Museum and Memorial – Extraordinary Measures

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