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Spotlight on Centurions

Nikki Howell
Nikki Howell is originally from Independence, Missouri. She is the managing shareholder at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart. To stay connected in the community, Nikki serves on the steering committee for Centurions. She is extremely proud of the Centurion’s legacy project this year, which supports Learn, Grow, Give – a partnership between Centurions, the Kansas City Community Gardens, Giving Grove, and Friends of Hale Cook School.

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Kauffman Ambassadors

Winter Meeting

January 24th was the date for the annual Winter Meeting for the Ambassadors of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres at the Grand Street Cafe. Special entertainment was provided by Shanice Hayes and Maurice Hayes. The father and daughter vocalist team from Our Town were finalists on the television show, America’s Got Talent. Dick Fagerberg and Jim Prevost were the featured speakers.

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Vacation Vignette

Zip! Zip! Zip!
Rachael and Dr. Nelson Sabates and their three children had a sand-sational vacation in San Juan, Puerto Rico, after the holidays. Olivia, Nelson and Spencer Sabates enjoyed zip-lining through the jungle! 
Also featured in the April 20th issue of The Independent

Olivia, Nelson and Spencer Sabates

 
 
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Engagement

Congratulations Lacey & Kevin!
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fred Owen of Our Town are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lacey Kathleen Owen, to Kevin Douglas Maughan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Robert Maughan of Shawnee. The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis McCord, Mrs. Edward Fred Owen of Omaha, Nebraska, and the late Mr. Owen. Lacey is a graduate of The Pembroke Hill School.

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IN REVIEW

Southies and strong women, sopranos and starry spangles

GOOD PEOPLE DOING BAD THINGS, AND VICE VERSA
Good People is a remarkable play with a cast of six players and a tangle of ambiguities that send you out of the theater wondering what just happened.

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