AdHoc's 8th Annual Community Guardian Awards

40th Anniversary of the AdHoc Group Against Crime, and 8th Annual Community Guardian Awards

Kansas City, MO--On Wednesday, May 3, 2017, the AdHoc Group Against Crime will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its founding by former Mayor Pro-Tem and advocate for the underserved, Alvin Brooks, at the Eighth Annual Community Guardian Awards. Guests will gather at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown, for this milestone celebration and to bestow birthday wishes on both Alvin Brooks and his birthday twin, former Jackson County Legislator and Kansas City Ombudswoman, Mamie Hughes.

The Guardian Awards recognizes individuals and companies in Kansas City that emulate the high standard of volunteerism and philanthropy exhibited by Alvin Brooks and his late wife, Carol. This year’s honorees are Monica and Michael Carter from the Carter Broadcast Group; Brenda and Rev. Eric Williams, founders of Calvary Community Outreach Network; Mark Williamson and the DeLaSalle Education Center; and Tension Envelope and The Berkley Family.

Who: Friends, supporters, and Community Guardian honorees of the AdHoc Group Against Crime.

When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017. 6:00 pm--Cocktails and Dinner.
7:30 pm—Community Guardian Awards Program

Where: The Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown,
1213 Wyandotte, Kansas City, MO 64105

ABOUT THE ADHOC GROUP AGAINST CRIME: The AdHoc Group Against Crime is a community resource that promotes healing and justice. AdHoc provides crisis intervention and prevention, peer and professional support, and assists individuals and families affected by criminal behavior. AdHoc serves as a “trusted bridge” between the community and law enforcement.

Additional information is available by calling the AdHoc office at 816-861-5500 or visiting the website at

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