contacts to share the concept of starting one here, and as we told people the response was positive. We decided to dive in.” They began by doing research and contacted the original founders, who continue to support others wanting to start a group. They found more than 175 geographic 100+ Women Who Care alliances across the US and internationally, including one in Kansas City and another in the Cedar Creek neighborhood in Olathe, KS. “Each group has overall the same mission but may do unique things as to how they run meetings and administrate,” Perrin says. They decided on the name, 100+ Women Who Care Southland KC. The group is for women who live, work or play in the Southland.
May 2019 | Johnson County Lifestyle
May 2019 Issue of Johnson County Lifestyle