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Thanks for the memories David Glass

I never had a chance to meet David Glass personally but he sure played a big role in many of my memories growing up. While in high school I spent countless summer nights under the lights at Kauffman Stadium hoping and dreaming that one day the Royals would achieve the unthinkable, winning a World Championship. In the early 90’s…

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Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt visits with Melony and T.J.

Whew….most of us are still recovering from the Chiefs historic comeback last Sunday! To have a comeback of that magnitude it takes incredible leadership and who better to provide some than the longest tenured Chief, punter Dustin Colquitt. Dustin had the chance to visit with Melony and T.J. of the Life 88.5 morning show.…

Pray for our military

All around the world they serve with a sacrificial love as they fight for our freedom. Together we want to lift up and pray for our military service members!

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Kansas City Tree Lightings and Christmas Events

Christmas is an amazing time in Kansas City for families to enjoy lights while celebrating the reason for the season. Here’s a list of various Christmas Tree Lightings and Christmas events taking place this year.…

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Kansas City United Against Crime Day

Kansas City United Against Crime Day, Saturday, October 5 from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm kicks off Crime Prevention Month. Enjoy a fun-filled day of games, food, live music, giveaways, resources and a Memorial Tribute for families impacted by homicide. South Patrol Division 9701 Marion Park Drive Kansas City, MO 64137 North Patrol Division…

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Slurpee with a Cop

Building community is needed now more than ever before and you can do that while enjoying a free small 7-Eleven Slurpee while meeting some of the hardest working heroes around. Members of area Law Enforcement will be on hand giving away coupons! October 13 – 7-Eleven at 7552 State Ave. – KCK from 2:00 pm-5:00 pm…

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Help Kansas City area teachers prepare for the school year

The summer seemed to go by so quickly especially for many teachers who started planning for the new school year long ago. As cuts continue to happen many teachers will reach into their own wallet to prepare their classrooms for the year. The hearts of teachers long to provide their students the best opportunity to succeed and you can…

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How to help communities in the wake of tragedy

As more families continue to mourn in the wake of tragedy around our nation, you can help in the healing process. As victims’ families struggle with the anguish and confusion, organizations are mobilizing to assist. Help those affected deal with the tragedy through the organizations listed here.…

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Slurpee with a Cop locations for 2021

Building community is needed now more than ever before and you can do that while enjoying a free small 7-Eleven slurpee while meeting some of the hardest working law enforcement heroes around.

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Pancreatic cancer risk assessment

I never had a chance to meet David Glass personally but he sure played a big role in many of my memories growing up. While in high school I spent countless summer nights under the lights at Kauffman Stadium hoping and dreaming that one day the Royals would achieve the unthinkable, winning a World Championship. In the early 90’s…

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KCPD Royals blood drive

I never had a chance to meet David Glass personally but he sure played a big role in many of my memories growing up. While in high school I spent countless summer nights under the lights at Kauffman Stadium hoping and dreaming that one day the Royals would achieve the unthinkable, winning a World Championship. In the early 90’s…

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