Paralympian, Author and Disabilities Advocate Mallory Weggemann to Headline Completely KIDS Author Luncheon

March 10, 2022
Author Luncheon 2022

Omaha, NE (March 10, 2022) Completely KIDS is pleased to welcome Mallory Weggemann as the keynote speaker for this year’s Author Luncheon, to be held on Tuesday, March 22. Mallory will discuss her storied career and journey to overcome barriers to success. She will also discuss her leadership outside the pool and her new book – LIMITLESS – The Power of Hope and Resilience to Overcome Circumstance.

The 2022 Author Luncheon, which serves as a fundraiser for local non-profit Completely KIDS, will be held at Hilton Omaha, located at 1001 Cass Street. Registration and seating will begin at 11:30AM, with the luncheon and speaker beginning at noon. For reservations, please visit, call 402-397-5809 or email us at Cost is $75 for General Tickets and $50 for Young Professional – guests 35 and younger.

This year’s Author Luncheon is presented by Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. Event chairs are Nancy and Bob Edick, Jordan and Mike Peterson and Molly and Parker Edick. During the luncheon, Amy Deardorff will be honored as The Persons Behind Completely KIDS Award. The 2022 Author Luncheon’s media sponsor is KETV.


About Completely KIDS
Completely KIDS educates and empowers KIDS and families to create a safe, healthy, successful and connected community.

Completely KIDS serves 2,000 children ages 4-17, (and by extension, their families) with a depth of critical services after school and all summer long. The organization partners with Omaha Public Schools, Archdiocese of Omaha Catholic Schools and several community-based organizations, including homeless shelters to provide a variety of needed programs. The KIDS in Completely KIDS programs enjoy a wide range of experiences including Service Learning and Field Trips, Swimming Lessons, Sporting Events, Ballet, Martial Arts, Robotics, Outdoor Learning in our Nature Explore Classroom and Gardening Club, plus Civic Engagement Opportunities and more. To learn more and get involved, see