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Margarita Ball

Hope House
Maria and Danny Pfeifer served as chairmen of the Margarita Ball on April 24th at Club 1000. Proceeds support Hope House, which provides a safety net for people traumatized by domestic violence every year.

Angela Rock, Jana Deshay, Julie Shull, Melody Brooks, and Michelle Pavlich

Lost Wax wowed the crowd.

 
Also featured in the May 30th issue of The Independent 
Photo Credit: Danelle Photography
 
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Outpace Poverty

Caring For Others 
Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph’s Outpace Poverty will be held on June 20th.  The 5K Walk/Run starts on the north lawn of The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. Jean and Jeff Akerly are chairmen of the event that supports Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph’s mission to prevent and reduce poverty in Kansas City and Northwest Missouri.

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Hats Off to Mothers

Tea Time
April 22nd was the date for an Honoree Tea given by Hats Off to Mothers at Webster House. Guests came dressed to the nines with hats, white gloves and smiles and enjoyed the 1960s, retro-themed Tea, complete with scones and delicious lemon curd. Hats Off to Mothers was held on May 14th at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Lynne Weilert served as the chairman of the event that supports Open Options UCP.

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An Evening at Room 84

A Barstow Social
An Evening at Room 84, a benefit for The Barstow School, was held on April 18th at the Ritz Charles. Barstow was founded in 1884. Tara Georgie and Sharon McDonald served as co-chairmen of the 1920s-themed event that featured dinner, a silent auction and casino-style games.

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Dining in the Dark

Alphapointe
February 26th was the date for Alphapointe’s Dining in the Dark at The Westin Kansas City at Crown Center. More than 240 guests dined in complete darkness and were served by visually impaired waiters. Proceeds support Alphapointe’s comprehensive rehabilitation program and low vision clinic.

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