Legal Aid of Western Missouri is celebrating 50 years of providing free legal assistance to people in need. Its staff includes (rear) Jeff Williams, (middle row, from left) Bill Shull, Gregg Lombardi, Yolanda Hernandez and Michael Duffy, and (front row) Jane Worley and Samuel McHenry.
Legal Aid of Western Missouri is celebrating 50 years of providing free legal assistance to people in need. Its staff includes (rear) Jeff Williams, (middle row, from left) Bill Shull, Gregg Lombardi, Yolanda Hernandez and Michael Duffy, and (front row) Jane Worley and Samuel McHenry. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Legal Aid of Western Missouri is celebrating 50 years of providing free legal assistance to people in need. Its staff includes (rear) Jeff Williams, (middle row, from left) Bill Shull, Gregg Lombardi, Yolanda Hernandez and Michael Duffy, and (front row) Jane Worley and Samuel McHenry. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Legal Aid of Western Missouri marks a half-century of helping those most in need

September 13, 2014 5:10 PM

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