Leawood, Kan. – March 1, 2020 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes sponsored an initiative to renovate and furnish the Johnson County Bar Association’s new headquarters location.
The firm donated at the highest level, Pillar of the Bar, for the Association’s new home at 7400 W. 129th Street, Suite 201, Overland Park, Kansas. Shortly before the shelter-in-place orders, the Johnson County Bar Association moved into its newly appointed headquarters. The firm was recognized for its generous support at the opening donor reception for the new space, with firm attorneys Greg Musil, Fred Starrett, Rachel Boden and Chris Kurtz attending the reception.
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