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Henry Fortunato, founder of Sunflower Republic LLC and director of the Indian Creek Trail Interpretive Singage Project, discussed the details of the new history signage program that will be displayed along the trail Overland Park. “This collection of exhibit panels will foster a sense of place and deeper understanding of how Overland Park and Johnson County came to be what they are today,” Fortunato said. jledford@kcstar.com

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