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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.

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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.

 

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8/59/15

Project ElderCool

  • Project ElderCool is Bishop Sullivan Center’s annual effort to provide free air conditioners to Kansas City’s low-income elderly.
  • 2014 marks the 15th summer of Project ElderCool.
  • We started Project ElderCool in 2000 in response to 21 heat-related deaths in Kansas City during the prior summer. No solution was offered, to a serious problem.  (435 installed the 1st summer)
  • Last year we installed 259 units. Since the program started, we’ve installed more than 5,200 units. And now, you rarely hear of heat-related deaths each summer.

CLICK HERE to find out information on how to quailfy.

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8/23

Ride Against Lupus

Join former Kansas City Chief, Eddie Kennison, Gail’s Harley Davidson, Granfalloon Bar and Grill, and The Roasterie in the first annual Greater Kansas City Ride Against Lupus. Motorcycle enthusiasts from across the area will come together to reach a common goal of bringing awareness to the thousands of area residents suffering from Lupus.

RIDERS
The First 50 people to register will receive an event t–shirt. Registration includes lunch. The ride will have an open leave schedule from 9am to 11am from Gail’s Harley Davidson-5900 Missouri 150, Grandview, MO 64030

NON-RIDERS
Non-Riders can register and join us at Granfalloon Bar and Grill- 608 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64112 from 1pm to 3pm where registrants will enjoy lunch, entertainment, silent auction and drawings.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!


Lupus is an autoimmune disease where the immune system turns against parts of the body it is designed to protect. This leads to inflammation and damage to various body tissues. Lupus can affect many parts of the body, including the joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels, and brain. Although people with the disease may have many different symptoms, some of the most common ones include extreme fatigue, painful or swollen joints (arthritis), unexplained fever, skin rashes, and kidney problems. At present, there is no cure for Lupus.

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8/23

American Jazz Walk of Fame

Jazz District Renaissance Corporation (JDRC) presents: “American Jazz Walk of Fame” event featuring The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra - See more at: http://americanjazzmuseum.org/event/congressman-emanuel-cleaver-and-the-jazz-district-redevelopment-corporation-jdrc-present-american-jazz-walk-of-fame-event-featuring-the-legendary-count-basie-orchestra/#sthash.gnMGnuly.dpuf
Jazz District Renaissance Corporation (JDRC) presents: “American Jazz Walk of Fame” event featuring The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra - See more at: http://americanjazzmuseum.org/event/congressman-emanuel-cleaver-and-the-jazz-district-redevelopment-corporation-jdrc-present-american-jazz-walk-of-fame-event-featuring-the-legendary-count-basie-orchestra/#sthash.gnMGnuly.dpuf

Featuring The Count Basie Orchestra & Bobby Watson and the American Jazz Orchestra

featuring The Count Basie Orchestra & Bobby Watson and the American Jazz Orchestra - See more at: http://americanjazzmuseum.org/event/congressman-emanuel-cleaver-and-the-jazz-district-redevelopment-corporation-jdrc-present-american-jazz-walk-of-fame-event-featuring-the-legendary-count-basie-orchestra/#sthash.gnMGnuly.dpuf

The 18th and Vine Historic District will launch an annual tradition of honoring jazz artists by immortalizing their names in 30 inch bronze medailions installed in the sidewalks on 18th street.

Kansas City will induct six great Jazz Musician's into the American Jazz Walk of Fame during its inaugural ceremony and concert featuring the Count Basie Orchestra and Bobby Watson and the American Jazz Orchestra. These artists names will be placed on bronze medallions and imbedded in the sidewalks around the American Jazz Museum in the Historic 18th & Vine District. The unveiling of these medallions will occur at 6:30 pm followed by the concert at 7:00 pm. This annual event will continue to add more bronze medallions bearing the names great Jazz Artists.
Inductees: William "Count" Basie   | "Charlie" Parker Jr.  |  Mary Lou Williams  |  Jay McShann  |  Pat Metheny  |  Bobby Watson

CLICK HERE to purchase concert tickets!

INFO 6:30p Induction | 7p Concert, Gem Theater, Kansas City, MO 64108
8/288/31

Trinity Temple COGIC

Family Conference 2014

I'ma satay saved tour presents
Canton "Cajo" Jones
Donation $10 ($15 at the door)

Family Gospel Fest
Kim Burrell
Donation $20 ($25 at the door)

Ohter guests include: The Kansas City East Sunshine Band

CLICK HERE to register NOW!

INFO Doors open at 6p | Concerts start at 7p, 11922 Food-Lane, Grandview, MO 64030
9/6

Niles Home for Children First Annual Niles 5K Run/Walk

Proceeds from the 5K will benefit Niles Home, serving the community’s high-risk children and their families and restoring hope for traumatized and abused children. In addition, the Niles 5K will attract new visitors to the Wendell Phillips Neighborhood and 18th and Vine area.

REGISTER TODAY!
Supported in part by the Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund, the Niles 5K will begin and finish at Niles Home for Children, 1911 E. 23rd Street. Medals will be awarded to top finishers in each age group and pre- and post-race snacks will be provided.


Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Niles 5K to help Niles Home provide mental health and educational services to underserved Kansas City children. Sponsorship pledges can be made by contacting Latrina Collins at Niles5K@nileshomekc.org or (816) 241-3448. Registration for the Niles 5K is $25 and can be completed by visiting www.nileshomekc.org.

Schedule:

8:00am – Day of race registration and packet pickup.

9:00am – Niles Home 5K Run/Walk welcome and start

10:30am – Awards ceremony

 


Niles Home is one of the longest standing youth and family focused organizations serving Kansas City’s urban core. Today, culturally relevant support services, adolescent residential care, specialized education and behavioral health support services are provided at Niles Home. For more information about Niles Home, please visit www.nileshomekc.org.

INFO 8a-10:30a — please see details, 1911 E. 23rd Street Kansas City, MO 64127

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