National World War I Museum and Memorial – Night at the Tower

More than 400 guests enjoyed the National World War I Museum and Memorial’s third annual Night at the Tower on September 16th. Jeanette and Kevin Prenger were the chairmen, and members of the Hall family served as the honorary chairmen. Partygoers were treated to eclectic food and beverages, an exclusive auction and an all new program experience featuring the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra.

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Guests were treated to a moving performance entitled, “Hear and See: Moments of the Great War.”
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Curt and Susan Tideman with Julie and Vince Clark
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Peggy and Kevin Rooney, board of trustees
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The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra provided the wonderful music.
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Guests enjoyed a portrayal of Rose, a 12-year-old who wrote a letter to one of the soldiers buried at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Additional photos featured in the October 28, 2017 issue
Photo Credit: Dan Videtich