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$23 Million Raised to Date in Support of New Exhibits, Programs and Education INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum is launching a significant renovation of its facilities and programs. This is the Truman Library’s first major renovation in more than 20 years and the largest since the museum opened its doors in 1957. This $25-million project is planned to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the start of Truman’s presidency in 2020 and aims to ensure the continued relevance and
The Bacchus Foundation Grants $30,000 to Community LINC and Announces 2020 Beneficiary & Board of Directors
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (June 13, 2019) – The Bacchus Foundation is excited to announce another successful year of fundraising benefiting Community LINC of Kansas City. With the ongoing support of generous sponsors including Lifted Spirits, Baron BMW, Fidel’s Cigars, Hitched Floral, several others, and the entire Kansas City community, the 2019 Bacchus Ball was a night to remember and, most importantly, fulfilled the 2019 fundraising goal to support our beneficiary. On June 13th, the current board of
To view the full article, click here: https://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/big-slick-kc-raise-2-5-million-in-2019-for-childrens-mercy Credit to KSHB. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Big Slick 10 raised more than $2.5 million over the weekend to benefit Children's Mercy Hospital. The idea, which started as a poker tournament organized by Rob Riggle a decade ago, got support early on from fellow Kansas City natives Paul Rudd and Jason Sudeikis. Two more famous actors, Eric Stonestreet and David Koechner, joined
May 2, 2019 — Park University is proud of its enduring relationship with the U.S. military — one that has lasted since World War I when the University accepted young men who enlisted in the U.S. Army’s Student Army Training Corps. Making higher education easy for service members to navigate is an essential way for Park us to serve those who serve our country. That’s why the University has announced a helpful new tool for prospective undergraduate students who currently serve or have served in the armed
March 21, 2019 — When Park University’s Fall 2019 semester starts on Monday, Aug. 19, it will offer three new degree options, including a Master of Arts in National Security Studies, a Bachelor of Music in Audio Engineering and a cybersecurity concentration in the Bachelor of Science Information and Computer Science program. In addition, the University has added three graduate certificates and five undergraduate certificates. Here is a brief look at the three new degree offerings: The Master of Arts in