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Rose Brooks Center – Cabaret

March 1st was the date for Cabaret, a benefit for Rose Brooks Center. Anita and Dean Newton served as the chairmen for the 33rd anniversary event, which was held at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center. Cynthia Newsome was the emcee. The featured performer was Megan Hilty, who entertained guests with Broadway show tunes. Proceeds support Rose Brooks Center to help end violence in the lives of thousands of families and pets.

Ann Deskin and Kevin Barth

 

Katie and Jim Gerson, Christina and Jason Dreiling, Nicole and Daniel Beckley,
Lisa and Tony Kline, and Kendall and Pete Lacy

 

Megan Hilty, featured performer

 

Mayor Quinton Lucas, Barnett C Helzberg, Jr., Kris and Harry Campbell, and Marla Svoboda, Rose Brooks Center

Additional photos featured in the April 4, 2020 issue of The Independent
Photo credit: Jason Domingues

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