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Date Event Description Time / Location
1/11/1

City Union Mission

City Union Mission is an evangelical Christian ministry committed to sharing the Gospel and meeting the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of men, women, and children who are poor or homeless.

Click Here to DONATE now!

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5/138/9

Club KC

Mayor’s Nights are back this summer for Kansas City Youth and we’ve added new locations and events!  The Mayor’s Office and The City of Kansas City’s Parks and Recreation Department are pleased to offer safe and fun events for Kansas City youth ages 11-18. See a listing of all the programs below and check out the calendar at the bottom of this page for specific times and dates of events.

Club KC, the place to be for middle and high school students!  We have Live DJs, dancing, 3 on 3 basketball, swim parties, video games and food & drink sales – and new this year, we’re bringing art into the mix!  Safe, fun and FROSTY!  Thanks to KC Hoops, The Boys & Girls Club & The Guadalupe Centers for partnering with us for this event!  The first events kick off the weekend of  May 23th/24th at the following locations:

HIGH SCHOOL EVENTS
Brush Creek – Every Friday & Saturday night this summer (closed July 4)
Hillcrest – Some Fridays nights & every Saturday night this summer (closed July 4)
Kansas City North – One Event on 7/18
Arts Tech – Various dates (please see calendar)
Plaza Library – June 6, July 14, and August 9.
Nelson Art Events – Various dates during Club KC at high school locations. (please see calendar).

MIDDLE SCHOOL EVENTS
Gregg Klice – Every Friday & Saturday night this summer (closed July 4)
Marlborough Every Saturday Night this summer (closed July 4)
Hickman Mills Junior High- May 30, June 6, June 13
Boys & Girls Club – Every Friday night this summer (closed July 4)
Plaza Library – June 6, July 14, and August 9.
Tony Aguirre - Every Friday night this summer (closed July 4)

REGISTER FOR CLUB KC or DOWNLOAD FORM

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7/188/31

Hepatitis C Screenings

Hepatitis C affects millions of Americans, but most people don’t know they have the virus. And that can be deadly because hepatitis C is a leading cause of liver cancer. Saint Luke’s wants to help protect you. During August, you can get a simple, finger-prick blood test that will tell whether you have the hepatitis C virus. This screening is available  at all five metro-area Saint Luke’s locations.
For more information, call 816-932-5100. That’s 816-932-5100.

 

CLICK HERE For locations!

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7/267/30

City sponsors free pet vaccinations

The City of Kansas City, Missouri, will partner with Raytown Animal Hospital to hold free pet vaccination and microchipping clinics at the following times and locations:
 
Saturday, July 26, noon to 3 p.m.
Spirit of Freedom Fountain
4700 Cleveland Ave.
 
Saturday, Aug. 30, noon to 3 p.m.
Marlborough Park
83rd Street and Park Avenue
 
“Vaccinating your pets will help them stay healthy and rabies-free,” said Patrick Egberuare, manager of the Animal Health and Public Safety Division. “Pets that are licensed and microchipped can easily be united with their owners. So often, the City’s animal shelter takes in animals that are owned pets, but without a license tag and microchip, we cannot contact the owner.”
 
Rabies vaccinations and microchipping will be free; however, pet owners will be required to buy a city license for each participating pet at the cost of $10. Look for a tent at the two locations.
 
This offer is open to all Kansas City pet owners who are not current on rabies and pet licensing. All pets must be on a leash or in a carrier.
 
For more information, please contact Patrick Egberuare in the Animal Health and Public Safety Division of the Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department at 816-513-9803 or Dr. Heath Rose, Raytown Animal Hospital, at 816-353-3666.

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8/1

18th Annual Scholarship Affair KCBC

As Chairman of the Board, for the Kansas City Boys Choir & Kansas City Girls Choir, I cordially invite you to join me, along with Chairperson of the event, Mrs. Tammy Edwards, as Coach Ken Carter, from the hit movie, "Coach Carter", will be the Keynote Speaker, at the 18th Annual Scholarship Banquet, held at the Sheraton Hotel - Crown Center.
Please be supportive as we will be awarding Scholarships for college, to several outstanding youth. The KCBC/KCGC will have awarded almost $ 45,000.00 in Scholarships over the last 18 years !!!

Please forward this on to others on your e-mail list, Facebook, etc....

Your support is critical in the success of our youth in the community. Donations are also appreciated.

Please click on HERE to go to Pay Pal and purchase your tickets: (Or call me @ (913) 498-9500)


It is the mission of the Kansas city boys Choir and the Kansas City Girls Choir to provide a forum for developing and enhancing the mind and bridge cultural gaps through music in the classical choir tradition, service and scholarship.

Vision Statement: To develop young leaders by teaching the art of music, creating role models that support community, building self-respect and respect of others.

INFO 7p | Silent Auction @ 6p, Sheraton Kansas City at Crown Center
8/2

Back to School Blast 2014

Along with our partners USCAA will be holding three back to school fairs.  All services are free for anyone who qualifies. Parents and guardians can get school supplies, bring their children for health services, and meet with community service vendors to prepare for the school year.

Free vacinations, physicals, food, supplies & vendors. Registration from May 5-July 18 at www.choose-hope.org

INFO 8a-4p, Interscholastic Field House

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