Senior citizens host urban networking brunch once a month to bring community together

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's networking like no other and they're doing it with food.

Senior citizens at Margaret's Place hold an urban networking brunch at 72nd and Troost once a month to bring the community together.

Margaret's Place was named after a grandmother who meant a lot to her family. She was a great role model who passed down life lessons learned with age.

At the urban networking  brunch the senior citizens hope to share their knowledge with members of the community. They also say they want to bring the community together and stop the violence.

Watch the video above for an inside look at the urban networking breakfast.