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Dalun Zhang 

PRESIDENT


Mary Morningstar

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     Audrey Trainor        

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Darlene Unger
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Kendra Williams-Diehm
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Jane Razeghi
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Sally Smith
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Lori Peterson
Jamie Van Dycke
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Stelios Gragoudas
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Kathe Wittig
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Dale Matusovich 

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Looking for Something Fun to do in

Kansas City?

 

Join us for these excursions!


LIVE THEATER - Kansas City Premiere -

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

"Nobody Lonesome for Me:

A Hank Williams play with music"

 by Lanie Robertson

Rated PG-13

 

***Showtime 7:30pm***

 

Meet at the American Heartland Theatre Lobby

at 6:45 for Social and Drinks!

Then join us for a relaxing evening at the LIVE THEATER!

 

On a fateful New Year's Eve, Hank Williams fights to reconcile the conflicting forces that shape his music and his life.  This revealing look at America's greatest troubadour celebrates his musical genious, his backwoods humor, and exposes his darkest demon.  Hank Williams created one of the most enduring musical legacies, and he reminisces this night with classics like Jambalaya, I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry, Ramblin' Man, and Your Cheatin' Heart.

 

Location:  American Heartland Theatre @ Crown Center 2450 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108

 

Cost:  $30 per person - Limited Seating

 

 

KANSAS CITY TOUR

Saturday, October 15, 2011

 

****Departing at 3:00pm returning at 10:00pm****

 

RAFFLE AND SOUVENIRS ON BUS!!

COME JOIN US FOR FUN IN K.C!

 

Enjoy this cultural, upbeat and cosmopolitan motor coach tour of the Kansas City Area.  The first stop on the tour will be the famous American Jazz Museum and Negro Leagues Baseball Museum located in the historic 18th and Vine Historic District.  The Jazz Museum features many famous jazz greats that played their music in Kansas City during the 1920's and 1930's. Such greats as Charlie Parker, Julia Lee and Count Basie are just a few of the musicians and their music featured in the museum.  The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum contains a unique display of the League's great legends from its introduction after the Civil War through its end in the 1960's. A driving tour will afford guests the opportunity to view some of the unique architectural features of the downtown area, internationally famous Country Club Plaza and the Nelson-Atkins Art Gallery and Museum.  Buffet Dinner will be served at one of Kansas City's famous barbecue restaurants, Gates Bar-B-Q Restaurant.  Following dinner, the tour returns to the 18th and Vine Historic District at 8:30 pm, where guests will enjoy visiting the Blue Room and listening to Kansas City Jazz.  Guests will return to the hotel at 10:00pm.

 

Cost: $77 per person (Pre-registration rate)

Includes motor coach transportation, Blue Room Cover Charge (up to $10 per person), and Professional Tour Guide services.  Limited seating for the six hour tour.  Traditional Bar-B-Q menu (barbecue, beans, fries, etc.), no substitutions.  

 

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    Registration  for the 2011 DCDT Conference is now open!

 

Register early for the best rate! Early bird registration ends on September 23, 2011!!

 


 

 

 Hotel Information

 

The conference will be held at:

 

The Westin Crown Center

Kansas City, Missouri
(816) 474-4400

 

The conference rate for rooms is $139.00/night until September 12, 2011Room Code: DCDT 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

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Linda Maitrejean, Marketing Chair
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