The Southtown Environment and Public Works committee selected Georgie Porgie’s Café, 7044 Troost Ave. for the December Sparkle Award. Approximately three months ago, owners Sasha and Elizabeth Baldwin opened up this new Café after making renovations both inside and out.
CEO of Top Innovations, Benny Lee is doing his part in Kansas City. This past year, Mr. Lee along with Min Kao, the CEO of GPS manufacturer Garmin, came up with a new promotional tool for the United Way.
Congratulations to the Hogan Preparatory Academy’s Football Team. For the first time in Hogan Prep history, the football team advanced all the way to the State Championship game after a season of 12 wins and 1 lose. Unfortunately, Hogan lost the State Championship game to Blair Oaks of Jeff.
“Open Season,” the animated feature film taking theaters by storm, is now open at the Zoo’s Sprint IMAX® Theatre. “Open Season” features a 900-pound domesticated grizzly bear and a scrawny, one-horned mule deer that end up stranded together in the woods during hunting season.
Have you thought about starting your own business or do you want to fine tune an existing one? If yes to either, a First Step FastTrac Entrepreneurship Class could be for you.
KC CASH (Creating Assets Savings and Hope) is a coalition established in 2003 by non profits, financial institutions, educational institutions, city, state, and federal government organizations, and the business community. KC CASH offers free preparation of federal and state tax returns to low/moderate-income working families in Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas. During the 2005 filing season, 200 volunteers prepared over 3,800 federal returns and over $4, 068,857 in federal refunds were generated. More good people are needed to help make a difference!