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  • More than a hundred volunteers beautified the River Market neighborhood with their hands

    The new River Market Community Church brought together about 125 volunteers Saturday afternoon to pick up trash, spread mulch and plant flowers in the River Market neighborhood, while also building on the sense of community.

More than a hundred volunteers beautified the River Market neighborhood with their hands

The new River Market Community Church brought together about 125 volunteers Saturday afternoon to pick up trash, spread mulch and plant flowers in the River Market neighborhood, while also building on the sense of community.
Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star