David (left) and Peaches (right) Cunningham helped found The Farmer’s Market House to help children with disabilities, like their son, John David, 18. Last month, the family celebrated the grand opening of a downtown Weston location of The Farmer’s Market House.
David (left) and Peaches (right) Cunningham helped found The Farmer’s Market House to help children with disabilities, like their son, John David, 18. Last month, the family celebrated the grand opening of a downtown Weston location of The Farmer’s Market House. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
David (left) and Peaches (right) Cunningham helped found The Farmer’s Market House to help children with disabilities, like their son, John David, 18. Last month, the family celebrated the grand opening of a downtown Weston location of The Farmer’s Market House. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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