Kay Barnes (right), who was mayor of Kansas City from 1999-2007, is one of seven women who will be the first inductees into the Starr Women’s Hall of Fame at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In February, Barnes shared a stage with former first daughter Chelsea Clinton at the event launching the hall of fame.
Kay Barnes (right), who was mayor of Kansas City from 1999-2007, is one of seven women who will be the first inductees into the Starr Women’s Hall of Fame at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In February, Barnes shared a stage with former first daughter Chelsea Clinton at the event launching the hall of fame. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Kay Barnes (right), who was mayor of Kansas City from 1999-2007, is one of seven women who will be the first inductees into the Starr Women’s Hall of Fame at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In February, Barnes shared a stage with former first daughter Chelsea Clinton at the event launching the hall of fame. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

UMKC announces first seven inductees to women’s hall of fame

October 20, 2014 6:37 PM

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