I On Philanthropy

Greg Mosher

Greg Mosher is a senior vice president at Lockton Companies. He and his wife, Holly, have three children, Mia, Hudson and Graham. Greg has been a member of the March of Dimes board of directors and the Signature Chefs Auction committee for two years. This year, Holly and Greg were the chairmen of the Signature Chefs Auction, which was held on October 13th at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center.

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Crescendo

Five Star Entertainment
UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance’s Crescendo will be held on November 7th at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Lisa Schellhorn recently hosted an Invitation Stuffing Party at her lovely home. Deanna and Greg Graves are the honorary chairmen, and Katherine and Jim Schorgl are serving as the chairmen.
Also featured in the October 18th issue of The Independent 
Photo Credit: Larry F.

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Human Relations Dinner

High Honor
The Jewish Community Relations Bureau|American Jewish Committee’s Human Relations Dinner will be held on November 23rd at The Westin Kansas City at Crown Center. Greg M. Graves will receive the 2014 Henry W. Bloch Human Relations Award. Peggy Dunn, Shirley Bush Helzberg, Roshann Parris, and Tammy Peterman are serving as the co-chairmen.
Also featured in the October 18th issue of The Independent 
Photo Credit: Burns & McDonnell

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American Red Cross

Century of Heroes
The American Red Cross’ 2014 Centennial Celebration will be held on October 23rd at the Westin Kansas City at Crown Center. On September 11th, the steering committee met at the beautiful home of Susie Heddens to assemble more than 3,500 invitations. Diane Canaday Hesse, Susie Heddens, Margi Pence, and Cappy Powell are serving as co-chairmen.

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Travis Roth

Thanks to dedicated volunteer Travis Roth, the families at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City can look forward to little shopping sprees on Saturdays at The General Store. The General Store houses donated toys, clothing and other items that families staying at the house can “purchase” with play money collected during their stay.

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