Letting Loose: 2019 Party Pics

Party at the Library!
Our fourth annual Library Lets Loose fundraising event was held September 28. Nearly 500 Library lovers attended this festive fundraiser that featured unique and creative experiences, scrumptious food and drink pairings – and local music, artists, performers and creators.

Thanks to Our Generous 2019 Sponsors:

Booker Level $10,000
Asher and Audrey Langworthy

Hugo Level $5,000
Bank of Blue Valley and the Regnier Family Foundation
Carol and Fred Logan
McCownGordon Construction, LLC
Stinson LLP

Caldecott Level $3,000
Ash Grove Charitable Foundation
Baker & Taylor
Anne and Bill Blessing
Friends of the Johnson County Library
Nancy and Mark Gilman
PGAV Architects
Vickie and Dale Trott
West Star Development

Newbery Level $1,500
Cosentino’s Food Stores
Creative Planning, Inc.
The Clark Enersen Partners
High Plains Cattle Co.
JE Dunn Construction Company
Joan & Bert Berkley Blue Heron Foundation
Midwest Tape
Denise and Rick Mills
Sapp Design Architects
Stepp & Rothwell, Inc.
Turner Construction Co.

Edgar Level $750
Betty R. Anderson
Brad Korris Painting
iBossWell, Inc.
Lyn Buckley and Chris Anderson
Lynne and Gary Brown
Charles & Virginia Clark Fund
Morgan and Rich Cook
Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Montemore, PC
Susan and Zack Hangauer
Mandi and Brandon Hunter
Hollis + Miller Architects
Nancy Hupp
Johnson County Community College Foundation
Kansas Gas Service
Nitin Pai
Marcia Rinehart
Park University
Susan and Tuck Spaulding
Greg and Stephanie Stollsteimer
UMB Financial Corporation

Food and Drinks
Hereford House – Shawnee
J. Rieger & Co.
Kate Smith Soirée
KC Bier Company
KC Pretzel Boy’s
Lenexa Public Market
Mad Man’s BBQ & Nitrocream
Mimi’s Cupcakes
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Old Shawnee Pizza
Popculture Popcorn
Red Kitchen Tamales
Rimann Liquors
The Roasterie
Somerset Ridge Winery
Wiener Kitchen

Special Thanks to:
DJ Stann Tate
Let’s Get Trivial
Tessa Priem
Skid Roadie, Guest Emcee, 101 The Fox
Signs by Tomorrow-Overland Park
Silverwood Trio
Sissy & Earl Band
Six Stories Marketing

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