It was a fine day for exploring, and that's just what this group of pre-kindergarten students from Pembroke Hill School did, Tuesday at Loose Park. Finn Coulson (from left) Charlie Coulson, Paige Piper and Lucy Stilwell (rear) enjoyed the sunshine and mild temperatures almost as much as they did the climbing. Wednesday’s high could be record breaking.
It was a fine day for exploring, and that's just what this group of pre-kindergarten students from Pembroke Hill School did, Tuesday at Loose Park. Finn Coulson (from left) Charlie Coulson, Paige Piper and Lucy Stilwell (rear) enjoyed the sunshine and mild temperatures almost as much as they did the climbing. Wednesday’s high could be record breaking. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
It was a fine day for exploring, and that's just what this group of pre-kindergarten students from Pembroke Hill School did, Tuesday at Loose Park. Finn Coulson (from left) Charlie Coulson, Paige Piper and Lucy Stilwell (rear) enjoyed the sunshine and mild temperatures almost as much as they did the climbing. Wednesday’s high could be record breaking. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

Near record warmth expected Wednesday for the KC area

January 27, 2015 06:26 PM

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