The Kansas City Young Matrons said the building’s move — just ahead of the group’s 2017 centennial — will save the one-story, 2,600-square-foot clubhouse plus outfit it with new plumbing, wiring and roof and add a dining room compliant with disability access codes. The 2,200-square-foot room addition will replace space currently used in the clubhouse basement.
The Kansas City Young Matrons said the building’s move — just ahead of the group’s 2017 centennial — will save the one-story, 2,600-square-foot clubhouse plus outfit it with new plumbing, wiring and roof and add a dining room compliant with disability access codes. The 2,200-square-foot room addition will replace space currently used in the clubhouse basement. Kansas City Young Matrons
The Kansas City Young Matrons said the building’s move — just ahead of the group’s 2017 centennial — will save the one-story, 2,600-square-foot clubhouse plus outfit it with new plumbing, wiring and roof and add a dining room compliant with disability access codes. The 2,200-square-foot room addition will replace space currently used in the clubhouse basement. Kansas City Young Matrons

Plans roll forward for 51st and Oak project, including move of Young Matrons clubhouse

June 16, 2015 05:59 PM

UPDATED June 16, 2015 05:59 PM

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