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NourishKC is Reopening our Dining Room

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NourishKC is excited to announce that Kansas City Community Kitchen will reopen its dining room Thanksgiving Day! With declining new COVID cases, increased vaccination rates, and our continuing commitment to guest and volunteer safety, NourishKC is ready to reopen the dining room at 50% capacity. Read Article
Member Spotlight: Goodwill of Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: GOODWILL OF WESTERN MISSOURI & EASTERN KANSAS

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Most of us have a favorite find we’ve come across at a Goodwill store. From shirts to books to mugs to tables, Goodwill has something for everyone. But beyond clothes and household goods, the most important thing Goodwill provides are job skills and workforce readiness. In our latest Member Spotlight, we talk technology, expansion, and workforce with Anita Davis, Chief Mission Officer at Goodwill of Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas (MoKan Goodwill). Read Article
Students Attend Van Gogh Alive at Starlight

COMMUNITY STUDENTS ATTEND VAN GOGH ALIVE THANKS TO DISTRICT PARTNERSHIP AND GRANT

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Van Gogh Alive opened at Starlight Theatre just under a month ago and since then thousands of patrons have enjoyed the reveled 19th century painter’s works in a multi-sensory experience inside Starlight’s Cohen Community Stage House. Now, students from Kansas City Public Schools will receive the opportunity to experience this unique exhibit thanks to a partnership between the school district, Starlight and the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation. Read Article
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Your Chamber at Work - November 15, 2021

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FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO The child’s small shoe, with a sock tucked into it, taken off as the little one prepared to take a “shower.” The child wasn’t heading for a shower, however. Instead, it was one of the gas chambers at the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz. That little shoe and sock are part of the “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.” exhibit now showing at Union Station. Read Article