For those old enough to remember, the 1964-65 Ford Mustang was a dream machine.
Their old boiler was about to give up the ghost.
Remember the Central City School Fund?
More than 300 football fans gathered for the third annual Chiefs Watch Party at the Roasterie’s Bean Hanger Sept. 19 to raise funds for the Bright Futures Fund and cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs.
A gloomy, soggy morning greeted Kansas City as it awoke, but for the 720 attendees at the 5th annual School Bell Breakfast
The Folly Theater, a setting harkening back to the “good old days” of the early 20th century, and the Blackberry Winter Band, playing the music of early settlers to the Missouri Ozarks
After the backpacks have been stuffed with paper and pens, and the hems on the uniform pants and skirts let down to accommodate growing kids,
When the school bell rang at 7:30 a.m., May 16, to call everyone to order, it wasn’t just children who rose for the Pledge of Allegiance.
The steamy summer of 2011 is still going strong, but – ready or not – school is around the corner.
The School Bell Breakfast, the annual fundraiser for the Bright Futures Fund’s Strong City Schools (formerly the Central City Schools) brought nearly 500 people to the downtown Marriott Hotel on May 11.