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The Wizard of Paws

There’s No Place Like Home 
Wayside Waifs’ Fur Ball, The Wizard of Paws – There’s No Place Like Home was held on May 9th at the Overland “Bark” Convention Center. Darlia and David Morris were the honorary chairmen, and Susan and Chris Wally served as chairmen of the event that supports thousands of abandoned, abused and homeless pets.

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Thomas Gordon Bell

Crib Note 
Thomas Gordon Bell was born on October 27th. The darling baby boy is the first child born to Amy and Michael Bell of Fairway. Tommy has light brown hair and hazel eyes and weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces. His proud grandparents are Kay and Tom Schoenfeld of Our Town and Kathy and Gordon Bell of Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Maternal great-grandmothers Mrs. Howard Helzberg of Birmingham, Alabama, and Mrs. Fred Schoenfeld of Mission Hills and paternal great-grandmothers Mrs. P. D.

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Champions For Children

KidsTLC
The 19th annual KidsTLC’s United For Kids Gala, “See a New Dimension of Hope,” will be held on November 6th at the Overland Park Convention Center. Guests will enjoy an exclusive Patrons’ Party, a gourmet dinner, photo booth, dancing, a mystery bottle pull, and a reverse happy hour. The Woodworth Family members are the honorary chairmen, and Julie and Rob Heise are serving as chairmen.

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Celebrity Golf Tournament

Royals Charities
The Royals Charities Celebrity Golf Tournament was held on June 1st at Shadow Glen Golf Club. Guests and supporters enjoyed playing golf with current and former Royals celebrities. Proceeds support Special Olympics KC Metro.

John Lubin, Andy Protzman, Alex Protzman, Jerry Terrell, Kansas City Royals; and Chad Battison

Mike Moustakas hit the greens.

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Hats Off to Mothers

Marvelous Mothers
Hats Off to Mothers was held on May 14th at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Lynne Weilert was the chairman, and Lara Moritz served as emcee. Ann Joyner was the guest speaker of the event that benefited Open Options UCP.

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