John Quiñones, anchor with the ABC show “What Would You Do?”, appears with sisters Rebeca (left) and Angelica Nunez before his keynote speech Thursday at the 120th Anniversary Benefit Dinner for the Mattie Rhodes Center at the Downtown Marriott Hotel.
John Quiñones, anchor with the ABC show “What Would You Do?”, appears with sisters Rebeca (left) and Angelica Nunez before his keynote speech Thursday at the 120th Anniversary Benefit Dinner for the Mattie Rhodes Center at the Downtown Marriott Hotel. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
John Quiñones, anchor with the ABC show “What Would You Do?”, appears with sisters Rebeca (left) and Angelica Nunez before his keynote speech Thursday at the 120th Anniversary Benefit Dinner for the Mattie Rhodes Center at the Downtown Marriott Hotel. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

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