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Boots & Bar-B-Que

2019 Boots & Bar-B-Que!

Saturday, June 1, 2019

5:30 p.m. - Social Hour, Silent Auction Begins

6:30 p.m. - Dinner, followed by the 50/50 Raffle Drawing and Live Auction

Big Iron Town

29608 E. 179th Street • Pleasant Hill, Missouri

$40 per person

Our fundraising goal is $60,000.

Seating is limited, so make your reservation today!

No tickets will be issued. Please check in at the door.

For more information, contact Becky Welch at: (816) 380-5888, extension 4810 or rwelch@cassregional.org.

These Boots Were Made for Walkin’!

Proceeds from Boots & Bar-B-Que will be used to develop the Floyd and Franceline Parris Community Trail on land behind the Cass Regional Medical Center campus in Harrisonville. The trail will be built solely with donated funds, and the estimated project cost is $585,000. Thanks to a recent generous bequest from the Franceline
Parris Trust, the Foundation has a lead gift of $150,000 designated to the project, which is named in honor of Mrs. Parris and her husband. Construction on the trail will likely begin in the spring of 2020. The trail path will be 8 feet wide and have two connecting 1/4-mile loops. A key feature of the trail is that it will be paved and accessible for disabled patrons who use wheelchairs. There will be minimal new landscaping, with a focus on native, sustainable plants. The trailhead will include a small
circular parking area with 10 spaces, two of which will offer access for persons with disabilities. A concrete pad will be located near the parking area to accommodate a portable unisex restroom. Ten benches will be placed along the trail to provide resting points, and at least one gazebo will be constructed to provide shelter. The trail project is a meaningful way in which Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation can fulfill its mission to further the vision of the medical center, particularly in promoting wellness.