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Three Minutes Since

Masters of Music

Three Minutes Since is a band made up of Pembroke Hill classmates, Auggie Barhorst, lead guitar; Natty Crenner, drums; Ben Gallagher, guitar and vocals; Andy Sundeen, bass guitar; and David Marsh, who fills in as a drummer from time to time. They produced their first CD last year called, “Cold Tonight.” They won Battle of the Bands at the Red Rock KC fundraiser benefiting the Red Cross last summer.

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Sam Mulhurn

Tails of Our Town
Spending his days at Pooches Paradise and his nights plotting new ways to take over the house, Sam is too smart for his own good. He has a taste for expensive handbags and has previously flooded the house. The Mulhern family adopted Sam from Weimaraner Rescue when he was a pup. 
Also featured in the January 12th issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Wirken Photography

Friends Yoshi, Sam and Lewis enjoy ruffing around at Pooches Paradise.

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2013 Jewel Ball Chairman

Margaret Hall Pence

Margaret Hall Pence (Mrs. William Keith Pence) will serve as the chairman of the 2013 Jewel Ball, which will be held on June 15th at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The Jewel Ball benefits The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Kansas City Symphony. Ellen Zimmer Darling (Mrs. Albert Darling, Jr.) will serve as the vice chairman.
Also featured in the January 12th issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Strauss Peyton

 
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Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. James Barnes!

Nuptial
Reagan Marlene Kerr and James Grant Barnes were married on August 4th in Charlottesville,Virginia. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hunter Snell of Charlottesville and Mr. Everett Gibson Kerr of Our Town. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wilkie Wood of Charlottesville and Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Edward Kerr of Prairie Village. Her groom is the son of Judy Lee Esau of Charlottesville and Mr. and Mrs. James Martin Barnes of Durham, North Carolina.

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Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. John Halcomb!

Nuptial
Sarah Amelia Manda and John Talmage Halcomb were married on September 1st at Pleasant Hill First Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Hill, Missouri. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gillam Manda of Pleasant Hill. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. John Edwin Young of Our Town, and the late Mr. Young, and Mrs. Edward Arnold Manda, Jr., of Pleasant Hill, and the late Mr. Manda. Her groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Halcomb of Schochoh, Kentucky.

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