900 East Linwood Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri               
                  Our Mission: The members of the Athenaeum come together to beneficially influence
Kansas City culture through education, historic preservation, friendship and philanthropy.
We endeavor to become better informed and to make a contribution to society.
          


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Thanks to everyone who made
Alice's Birthday Ball
a smashing success.

Here's a glimpse at the fun.

Check-In with Kathy & Tamara

Kris & Carol register guests for the Monumental Silent Auction
(Jenks provides some levity)

Becky & Phil went 1940s

Susan & Bill sport the 1960s

Now here's a Groovy Group !

1930s panache at this table

Ladies looking good.

Go Go Boots !

Jeff & Bill man a popular spot, the Bar

Joe, looking snazzy, takes a break from bartending and talks with Terry

DJ Larry Burger spun tunes from the decades

Enjoying the delicious buffet

The Hat Contest finalists

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The Kansas City Athenaeum is 120 years old in 2014!

April 4, 2014 is Arbor Day in Missouri. To celebrate, the Philanthropy Committee will participate in the 4th Grade Foresters Project at Academie Lafayette.

There are 106 students, so we thought it would be fitting to buy 120 trees in honor of our 120 years. The extra trees will be planted at the Athenaeum.

Each tree seedling is $1.79. Please consider making a donation to this project. $5 almost buys 3 trees! Contributions can be made at the February 12th meeting, or by mail to the Athenaeum.


Questions? Call Jenks at 816-835-5643 or email Philanthrophy. The Philanthropy Committee is looking forward to delivering the trees to the children.

Thank you from Jenks Wallace, Kathryn Worley, Dianne Capps and Jim Lilienthal.


A Remarkable Idea, Arbor Day at School. In the beginning . . . In 1885 the National Education Association called for observation of Arbor Day in all of the nation's schools on the official Arbor Day of their own State. It was a resounding endorsement of J. Sterling Morton's founding of Arbor Day. When the Nebraskan was later asked about the holiday he remarked, "All other holidays repose upon the past, while Arbor Day proposes for the future." School observations grew by leaps and bounds. Over the years, millions of children received and planted millions of seedlings . . . millions of seedlings that grew into millions of mature trees. Together, those trees make up a unique forest. A forest planted by generations of America's children.

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The Athenaeum is very pleased to welcome Tom Anderson and Gourmet Grocer Catering
The Gourmet Grocer occupies the first floor and facilitates rental of the historic Athenaeum Club House on Linwood Boulevard in midtown Kansas City.

Find out more about Gourmet Grocer at thegourmet-grocer.com ________________________________________________________________________________
A Great Gift Idea

Rada Knives
These great knives make terrific gifts
for children, grandchildren, nieces & nephews, friends (great Hostess Gift), or anybody who cooks.
Support the Club by buying some today.
Click here to view the catalog and make a purchase.
Use User Id: 501022 and Password: kcclub

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An Easy way to help Missouri Girls Town
You can help Missouri Girls Town by collecting labels that can be turned in for products and rebates. Just save Campbell's labels, Box Tops for Education or Escrip at Schnucks. Get them to the Club House and Tamara or Donna will happily turn them in to Girls Town.

Click here for more information about Missouri Girls Town
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