The Pavilion at John Knox Village is the site for many Lee’s Summit community events, including the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Mayor’s Character Breakfast, along with serving the not-for-profit retirement community John Knox Village.
The Pavilion at John Knox Village is the site for many Lee’s Summit community events, including the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Mayor’s Character Breakfast, along with serving the not-for-profit retirement community John Knox Village. File photo
The Pavilion at John Knox Village is the site for many Lee’s Summit community events, including the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Mayor’s Character Breakfast, along with serving the not-for-profit retirement community John Knox Village. File photo

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May 31, 2017 12:00 AM

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