Waaay back in 1989, the Central City School Fund offered its first need-based scholarships to families of students in need at several diocesan Catholic schools.
No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
As familiar faces strode to the stage during the Chiefs Watch party Oct. 4 I found myself matching those faces to names of famous Kansas City Chiefs from my much, much younger days, and I wasn’t the only one.
Football games are fun to watch, especially if you’re part of a crowd
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