Park Place and The American Heart Association Present:
An Evening with Author Mary B. Lucas: "Hearts We Leave Behind"
Heralded by nationally recognized motivational icons Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard alongside celebrated Kansas City leaders David Lockton and Neal Schwartz, author Mary B. Lucas’ memoir to her father, Lunchmeat & Life Lessons is laced with the wit and wisdom you can put to work in your business or personal life today.
The first man to steal a girl's heart is very likely a beloved father. And with Mary B. Lucas, The Butcher's Daughter, that's certainly the case. Join us for an evening with acclaimed author, speaker and people-connector Mary B. Lucas as she shares the wit and wisdom she learned from the smartest man she ever knew: Her dad and Kansas City's legendary butcher, John Bichelmeyer. She'll entertain and have you laughing, she'll engage and have you thinking, she'll inspire and have you hungry for more of the many life lessons she learned from her father along the way. You won't want to miss this one time only event during American Heart Month!
When: Tuesday, April 16th at 5:30 p.m.
Where: MBB Advertising (located in Park Place next to Aloft)
11610 Ash Street, Suite 200; Leawood KS
Click here for a map and directions to MBB Advertising
Cost: $25 per person (proceeds benefit American Heart Association)
Included: Light appetizers/drinks provided by Expressive Catering by Bonnie Hensley along with a signed copy of the book “Lunchmeat & Life Lessons” donated by Mary B. Lucas.
Limited seating available so reserve your tickets today!
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Note: This event was originally scheduled for February 28th. If you had made reservations and have not yet received refund information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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