Category Archive: November 2011

Gladstone Community Center Hosts Open House

Ever think of trying out the Community Center to see if you like it? Here is your chance to do just that. Gladstone Community Center will be hosting an Open House and Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, November 19, 2011. Guests …

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New Cookbook Benefits Joplin Families

Liberty Inc. and Crybaby Farm Recipe Club to print a Limited Edition Cookbook to send to families in Joplin affected by the recent tornado.  Time to Eat at Crybaby Farm – Joplin Edition will contain many Midwestern recipes collected from …

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KC Curling Club: Sweeping Up the Competition

Article Alexandra Bush | Photography Brian Turner Kansas City is a great sports town. As adults, we don our team colors, visit our sports complexes and hope for the best each season.  As children, we develop team loyalties, look up …

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Kitchen Thyme in Briarcliff: Georgia Ploetner Outfits Kitchens and Cooks with Luxurious Necessities

Article Nicholas Chai | Photography Rebecca Sharp Kitchen Thyme owner Georgia Ploetner relocated her kitchenwares boutique from Liberty to Briarcliff Village more than two years ago.  Ploetner has been pleased with the decision from the first day she opened her …

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Mr. Stinky Feetʼs Fam Jam Welcomes Bari Koral

Join Kansas City’s favorite kid-rocker Jim “Mr. Stinky Feet” Cosgrove and New York’s Bari Koral Saturday, Nov 12, 10:30 a.m., at Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church, 7600 NW Barry Road, Kansas City, MO 64151.  This two-act show is part of the …

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The Families of the Harvest Ball Society: HBS is more than Black Tie Galas: Meet the Families They Touch

Article Rachel C. Murphy | Photography Brian Turner As November approaches, minds go to all things harvest: pumpkins, cornucopias, and evening gowns. With this month’s 25th anniversary HarvestBall Society Gala, excitement is high. But for those that are behind the …

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New Platte County Civil War Exhibit to Open at Park University

 The role Platte County (Mo.) played in the Civil War will be the subject of an art exhibit to be displayed at the Campanella Gallery at Park University’s Parkville Campus. The exhibit, “Platte County’s Civil War,” will be on display now, …

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NKC Hospital Receives Funding for Electronic Health Record Adoption

North Kansas City Hospital announced that it has receivedgovernment incentive funding for successful use of its electronic health record (EHR), with the support of Kansas City, Mo. based healthcompany, Cerner Corporation. North Kansas City Hospital achieved the first stage of …

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