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KC accounting firm channels books to children in need

KPMG employees distributed about 10,000 books Saturday to Kansas City area schools and nonprofits that serve low-income children. The event was part of the accounting firm’s national Family for Literacy “Read to Succeed” initiative in partnership with the First Book literacy program.

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A concept for the future of Nile Valley Aquaponics by HOK

HOK Architects visualizes the future for Nile Valley Aquaponics at 29th and Wabash Avenue. Their plan, if brought to fruition, would include modern greenhouses, event space and places for the surrounding neighbors to relax and learn.
Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
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A concept for the future of Nile Valley Aquaponics by HOK

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Big book giveaway in Kansas City

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A concept for the future of Nile Valley Aquaponics

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Aquaponics project to bring fish and vegetables to the urban core