Mark A. Styles Jr., recently appointed to a four-year term as a deputy probate commissioner in the Jackson County Circuit Court, spoke earlier this fall at a Seniors Making a Difference meeting at the Martin Luther King Village Apartments.
Mark A. Styles Jr., recently appointed to a four-year term as a deputy probate commissioner in the Jackson County Circuit Court, spoke earlier this fall at a Seniors Making a Difference meeting at the Martin Luther King Village Apartments. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
Mark A. Styles Jr., recently appointed to a four-year term as a deputy probate commissioner in the Jackson County Circuit Court, spoke earlier this fall at a Seniors Making a Difference meeting at the Martin Luther King Village Apartments. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

Group helps older African-Americans in Kansas City plan for brighter future

December 02, 2014 9:00 AM