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Donor Spotlight: Annedore’s Fine Chocolates

Chocolate Nutcracker from Annedores Fine Chocolates

Recently voted “Kansas City’s Best Chocolate Shop” by Pitch magazine; Annedore’s Fine Chocolates has been a treat to Kansas Citians for 25 years!

It was nine years ago, when Sheri Weedman bought Annedore’s Fine Chocolates. Then, in 2014, she moved her flagship chocolate shop to the corner of 50th and State Line Road in Westwood Hills. The chocolates are made on-site using the finest ingredients. Annedore’s is known for its decadent European style truffles, chocolate “Plaza Lights” light bulbs, unique chocolate gifts for weddings and special events, and customized corporate gifts.

Annedore’s has proven to be a wonderful partner to Kansas City Ballet. Sheri has worked with the Ballet to create custom chocolates to highlight certain events like the annual Sugar Plum Fairy Children’s Ball and more. Several years ago she ordered a custom mold with the Kansas City Ballet logo to create delicious gifts for subscribers who renew their season tickets. And, especially in December, who could forget the delightful chocolate nutcrackers that provide precious thanks to donors? Sheri also donates many of these specially-designed chocolates. This year she added complimentary chocolate ballet slippers as a gift for visitor’s to the ballet’s booth at the Plaza Art Fair.

“I love watching our guests eyes light up when they see how Annedore’s chocolates capture the essence of our events,” says Kansas City Ballet Events Manager Rene Horne. “This year’s theme for the Sugar Plum Fairy Children’s Ball was snow, so a delicate white chocolate snowflake adorned each place setting. And in the fall we had gorgeous chocolate leaves for our season kick-off party for A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Sheri just gets it! She’s amazingly creative and so incredibly generous.”

One thing is certain, Kansas City Ballet values Sheri and her significant generosity through the years.

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