For nearly 30 years, the women of the Marillac Auxiliary have volunteered their time in service to the children of Marillac. Each week volunteers from the group staff the children’s library and stock the Little Store, a gift shop within the facility started by the Auxiliary. The countless hours that the Auxiliary gives helps to make Marillac a better place for children.
Dead Girl roller derby
The Newhouse Shelter received a donation of $1,500 from the Dead Girl Derby roller derby league at the DGD’s game at River Roll in Riverside yesterday. This donation will help Newhouse provide safety, hope, and strength to abused women.
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Roller derby players presented the check to Bridgette Mavec, Newhouse.
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The Icing on the Cake
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Spring Luncheon was held on May 16th at Meadowbrook Country Club. The theme for this year’s luncheon was “The Icing on the Cake.” Major Cheryl Miller, Divisional Leader and Women’s Auxiliary Advisor; gave the invocation. Following a delightful lunch, the new officers for 2012-2013 were installed by Major Sharon Smith, Divisional Leader and Women’s Auxiliary Advisor.
Robin and Scott Boswell
Robin and Scott Boswell are both involved and dedicated to the Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Scott, who is on the board of directors and Robin are proud of the outstanding work the Rep is doing to benefiting young people across Kansas and Missouri with their education programs. Thank you, Robin and Scott, for all you do for the Kansas City Repertory Theatre!
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Photo Credit: J.
The Pembroke Hill School’s senior class participated in a Community Service Project on May 18th cleaning, refurbishing, building, and planting at the Strawberry Hill Community Garden. Several local organizations donated items to this charitable project: Sturgis Materials donated the stone, Loma Vista donated plants, soil and mulch came from Missouri Organic, paint and stain from Sherwin Williams, materials from Home Depot, and several area contractors generously donated their time.