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First I want to say I'm so happy that we are all back together again as one group. This will be a good thing. Our city is big but we all work together so well for those in need that I'm so excited that we are one group again. I've missed seeing so many of you and I look forward to blanket days in the near future so I can see you again. We have so big plans and I'll be sharing them over the next few weeks with you. First for anyone who doesn't know or hasn't heard save the date of Sept 11th 2010! We are hosting the Midwest Mini Institute for Project Linus right here in Kansas City. What is that you ask well it's our national officers and coordinators from all over the US coming together here for a meeting and fun time. Coordinators and officers will meet on Friday and Saturday and then volunteers...that's YOU will meet with everyone on Saturday! We have Ellen Ropogle, the author of Laps From Fats will be here that day and will do a trunk show and speak to the group. I will be presenting Cutting with a Plan, this will include a plan for cutting up those pesky scraps we all have and some patterns to get you started. Of course you will hear from Carol, our PL President and Mary, our PL Vice-President and Jane. We will have many gifts and prizes for everyone who attends. We are charging $20 for the day and this will cover a catered lunch and speaker, use of the building! I know we never charge for our events but this is special deal and I promise you will come home with tons of stuff!!! Please come and show your support for PL and have a great time! I will send out forms in the near future for you to fill out and send in by August 1st...if you know you want to come now email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you out a form now.
I wanted to share with everyone that as of April 1st 2010, Project Linus of Greater Kansas City will be back to just one chapter. Susan is stepping down to prepare to move to New Mexico. I will be running the chapter covering the entire metro just as I did before we split the chapter up a year ago. There won't be many changes...drop off points will remain the same and I'll be contacting those who have been helping Susan with deliveries etc and we will try to continue for the most part just as before. A newsletter will come out in the next couple of weeks with all the details and information concerning our event in Sept. please watch for it and read it well. I'm excited to have everyone back as one group and having all of us working together!
I wanted to take a moment and let everyone know about a couple of things. We got a phone call this week from Children's Mercy. Project Linus (both chapters) are being honored as one of Children's Mercy's charty's of the year. This is a wonderful way for them to let us know that we are appreciated. This is for all of you who have donated a blanket! You've made a difference and continue to make a difference long after you have finished that last stitch on a blanket. I do wish I could tell you how many blankets we've donated to Children's over the years but I can tell you that the number is great and we could not do this without each and everyone of you that donates to Project Linus. Our chapter donates blankets to both Children's Downtown and Children's South!
His lawyers say the court should have allowed him to make a statement at his sentencing hearing. A Jackson County Circuit Court judge sentenced Hopkins to two 20-year prison terms, to run concurrently.
Steven Pierce, who lives just off Ward Parkway in Kansas City, wonders if the folks who live on the parkway play by different rules when the snow flies. Are they supposed to shovel their sidewalks?
Joyce Lattimer takes dogs for walks on the Trolley Track Trail in Waldo. But construction near the trail disrupted her route from Wornall Road. Now the area is muddy or dusty -- when it's not frozen. Lattimer wants her shortcut back the way it was.
The order instructs the U.S. House to withhold part of Cleaver's salary to help repay more than $1.3 million he and his wife now owe Bank of America. It's the second time the bank has asked the court to garnish Cleaver's wages for the debt, first incurred more than a decade ago.
James Comey said the local emphasis on combating violent crime is just the sort of thing he wants his special agents in charge to bring to his attention in Washington. "I want my field generals to have the flexibility to meet those local needs," he said.
The Hailey Owens case in Springfield, Mo., is a good opportunity for parents to talk to their children about what they would do if someone tried to abduct them. But when parents bring up the subject, they should do so in a calm, non-lecturing way and avoid using the term "stranger."
Police are searching for a girl who was pulled into a truck by a strange man.
Missouri's proposed budget includes billions of dollars for schools, millions more for scholarships and $8 for tin foil hats.
Greene County Prosecutor Dan Patterson announced Wednesday afternoon that he has filed first-degree murder and child kidnapping charges in the death of a 10-year-old Springfield girl abducted while walking to a friend's home.
Sir Elton John will headline the 2014 Bonnaroo Music Festival.
The pilot and photographer for Chopper5 remembered this week the horror unfolding below them when a gas explosion rocked the Country Club Plaza a year ago.
The Kansas City, KS, Police Department released its chase policy on Wednesday evening, following KCTV5's formal request Tuesday morning.
Liberty resident MacKinzie Malicoat, just 18, is one of the three best grocery sackers in the country, and she's got the third place prize of $1,000 to prove it.
Can a surgeon conduct a successful surgery without the use of blood? That has been a topic of ongoing debate in the medical community and one local hospital appears to be having success with bloodless surgery.
The abduction and murder of Hailey Owens is an unimaginable tragedy, one that a Kansas City mother knows all too well.