Union Station on Nov. 3 was the site of a massive rally after the Kansas City Royals World Series victory. On Dec. 3 it will be where the United Way of Greater Kansas City has its Victory Celebration for its 2015 campaign. The United Way reports that the energy from the Royals win has spilled over into charitable giving to benefit neighbors in need.
Union Station on Nov. 3 was the site of a massive rally after the Kansas City Royals World Series victory. On Dec. 3 it will be where the United Way of Greater Kansas City has its Victory Celebration for its 2015 campaign. The United Way reports that the energy from the Royals win has spilled over into charitable giving to benefit neighbors in need. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Union Station on Nov. 3 was the site of a massive rally after the Kansas City Royals World Series victory. On Dec. 3 it will be where the United Way of Greater Kansas City has its Victory Celebration for its 2015 campaign. The United Way reports that the energy from the Royals win has spilled over into charitable giving to benefit neighbors in need. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

United Way hopes enthusiasm for the Royals ignites a spirit of giving

November 21, 2015 07:00 AM

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