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Romantic Revels

Heart of America Shakespeare Festival
Deanna and Greg Graves were the honorary chairmen, and Bernadette and Dr. Scott Ashcraft served as chairmen of Romantic Revels. The February 14th event was held at the InterContinental Kansas City at the Plaza and benefited the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. DST Systems was honored with the Founder’s Award. Proceeds support the Festival’s upcoming production of King Lear, and year-round education programs for youth.

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Cameron Duff

Cameron Duff is a member of Centurions, Class of 2015, and serves on the social committee as the chairman. He is a senior vice president at Colliers International. Cameron is an industrial real estate broker specializing in helping companies buy, sell or lease industrial real estate. He volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City. Cameron graduated from the University of Missouri.

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Housewarming Party

Children International 
February 27th was the date for a Housewarming Party at the lovely home of Doctors Eve and Mike Krahn. Whitney and Ian Davidson co-hosted the event that served as an opportunity for guests to learn more about Children International. Children International’s mission is to bring real and lasting change to children living in poverty.

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Congratulations, Kaitlin & Joseph!

Engagement 
Mr. and Mrs. Ian Thomas Byrne of Our Town are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kaitlin Victoria Elizabeth Byrne, to Joseph Anthony Privitera II, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Anthony Privitera of Leawood. The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Mrs. Donald Joseph Quinn of Kansas City and the late Mr. Quinn and the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Francis Byrne. Kaitlin is a graduate of Bishop Miege High School.

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The Midwest Innocence Project

Faces of Innocence
April 29th is the date for The Midwest Innocence Project’s Faces of Innocence dinner. Judy Overton and Phyllis Norman are serving as co-chairmen of the event to be held at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Michael Morton, who was wrongfully convicted of murder and spent 25 years in prison, is the guest speaker.

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