David Byrd (left), the CEO of the Greater Kansas City YMCA, talked to Unified Government Mayor Mark Holland before a planning meeting Thursday. Byrd said the YMCA has raised $11.5 million for a $16 million community center to be paired with a downtown grocery store to create a “healthy campus.”
David Byrd (left), the CEO of the Greater Kansas City YMCA, talked to Unified Government Mayor Mark Holland before a planning meeting Thursday. Byrd said the YMCA has raised $11.5 million for a $16 million community center to be paired with a downtown grocery store to create a “healthy campus.” Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
David Byrd (left), the CEO of the Greater Kansas City YMCA, talked to Unified Government Mayor Mark Holland before a planning meeting Thursday. Byrd said the YMCA has raised $11.5 million for a $16 million community center to be paired with a downtown grocery store to create a “healthy campus.” Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

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