Laura Drescher (back row, right) and husband Bryan Drescher (back row, second from left) were inspired by Aubri Thompson (between the Dreschers) to create the Blue Door Project for foster kids. Seated in front were Addison Stephenson-Roy, 9, and Carla Drescher, Bryan’s mother. Standing at far left was Matthew Brungardt, a son-in-law of Carla Drescher.
Laura Drescher (back row, right) and husband Bryan Drescher (back row, second from left) were inspired by Aubri Thompson (between the Dreschers) to create the Blue Door Project for foster kids. Seated in front were Addison Stephenson-Roy, 9, and Carla Drescher, Bryan’s mother. Standing at far left was Matthew Brungardt, a son-in-law of Carla Drescher. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Laura Drescher (back row, right) and husband Bryan Drescher (back row, second from left) were inspired by Aubri Thompson (between the Dreschers) to create the Blue Door Project for foster kids. Seated in front were Addison Stephenson-Roy, 9, and Carla Drescher, Bryan’s mother. Standing at far left was Matthew Brungardt, a son-in-law of Carla Drescher. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

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