Resident volunteers with the Hobby Hut at John Knox Village recently donated 30 rocking horses along with 12 easels and a variety of other small wooden toys to Lee’s Summit Social Services. The toys will be passed out to families in need beginning in December through Lee’s Summit Social Services’ Christmas program.
Resident volunteers with the Hobby Hut at John Knox Village recently donated 30 rocking horses along with 12 easels and a variety of other small wooden toys to Lee’s Summit Social Services. The toys will be passed out to families in need beginning in December through Lee’s Summit Social Services’ Christmas program. Provided photo
Resident volunteers with the Hobby Hut at John Knox Village recently donated 30 rocking horses along with 12 easels and a variety of other small wooden toys to Lee’s Summit Social Services. The toys will be passed out to families in need beginning in December through Lee’s Summit Social Services’ Christmas program. Provided photo

John Knox Village residents create wooden toys for Lee’s Summit Social Services program

November 29, 2017 01:29 PM

UPDATED November 29, 2017 02:39 PM

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