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Ballet Bash Oct. 1, 2016: Committee Photo

Kansas City Ballet Guild volunteers gathered recently to work on plans for this year’s Ballet Bash, which will be held on Saturday, October 1, at the Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity. This will be the Ballet Guild’s 49th annual Gala, and the first time the event has kicked off the Kansas City Ballet’s repertory season. The event will serve to highlight the first show, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Please mark your calendars for this not-to-be missed evening of cocktails, delicious cuisine, and dancing. Net proceeds support the Kansas City Ballet and Kansas City Ballet School. More information about Ballet Bash is available here.

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Left to right from the back:

Erik Bergrud, Bash Co-chair, Rene Horne (KC Ballet), Kathy  Nemechek, Donna Davis, Ken Sherman (Trapp & Company),  Debra Goldstein (KC Ballet), Karla Kelly, Karen Downing,  Jennifer Wampler, Rosemary Durkin, Barb Nicely, Susan Bubb,  Charles Hulse, Jan Foletta, Nicole Siblal, Peggy Beal, Megan  Bubb Cribb, Addie Perry, Kimberlee Ried, Bash Co-chair, and  Lisa Hickok, Guild president.

(Out of camera range: Felisha Bondi, Melanie Fenske, Mike  Fenske, Rene Harden, Pauline Henne, Marylou Kilmer, Siobhan  McLauglin Lesley, Francie Mayer, Wendy Melland, Lauren  Merriman, Melinda Petet, Mallory Robins, Heather Ryan, Mark  Sappington, Sunday Siragusa, Susannah Sotos, Marybeth  Sorrell, Glenda Lee Touslee, Sharon Whalen, John Yungmeyer,  and Karen Yungmeyer.)

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