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WMM presents Una Walkenhorst & Greenline Grows KC

Wednesday MidDay Medley Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Una Walkenhorst & Greenline Grows KC + New & MidCoastal Releases We play New & MidCoastal Releases from: Khrystal., Shy Boys, Una Walkenhorst, Radkey, Making Movies, Kemet Coleman, Krystle Warren, The Greeting Committee, Blackstarkids, Trevor Turla, Like A Tiger, Lianne...

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Lift Up Your Voices! – Tales of Loss, Love, and Love Lost for the Age of Pandemic

For Wednesday, June 10, the Classical Challenge presents “Lift Up Your Voices! – Tales of Loss, Love, and Love Lost for the Age of Pandemic.” We’ve (well, some of us have) declared war on the coronavirus. It’s a metaphor we use frequently, despite the nearly uniform national experience of wars...

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The MidCoastal, Your KKFI Newsletter

The MidCoastal is your monthly KKFI newsletter to keep you up to date with what is going on at KKFI and in the community we serve.  We will also send out special updates about community events and information that we think will matter to you. Subscribe to The MidCoastal Learn about...

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2020 KKFI Upgrade Project

In the waining days of 2019, KKFI had a very generous family offer to match up to $17,500 to upgrade KKFI's equipment and spaces.  You answered the call and then some!  We raised over $38,000 toward the project and it is underway.  This page will be a repository for...

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KKFI is Here – How we are helping right now.

KKFI is Here. Just a few of the unique ways we are serving our community right now. Donate to KKFI COVID-19 Resources CDC and Regional Information on Covid-19 Updates on stay-at-home orders, unemployment information, COVID-19 testing updates, local resources, local businesses, and more. We are doing our best to keep important information at your fingertips. FOR...

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Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other women

"Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other women.” Jessi Bixler is a MOCSA Board Member and longtime volunteer, and she is the survivor speaker you'll hear at MOCSA's Community Luncheon on October 14.

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