The Rev. Dave Richardson, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Stilwell, stands near the 55 acres that will become the new Stilwell Community Park, located near 207th Street, just east of Metcalf Ave., Stilwell. The new park, which will be part of the Johnson County Park and Recreation District, will be leased back to Stilwell. Eventually, the park may be home to fields for baseball, lacrosse and soccer, as well as a new bike and walking trail.
The Rev. Dave Richardson, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Stilwell, stands near the 55 acres that will become the new Stilwell Community Park, located near 207th Street, just east of Metcalf Ave., Stilwell. The new park, which will be part of the Johnson County Park and Recreation District, will be leased back to Stilwell. Eventually, the park may be home to fields for baseball, lacrosse and soccer, as well as a new bike and walking trail. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
The Rev. Dave Richardson, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Stilwell, stands near the 55 acres that will become the new Stilwell Community Park, located near 207th Street, just east of Metcalf Ave., Stilwell. The new park, which will be part of the Johnson County Park and Recreation District, will be leased back to Stilwell. Eventually, the park may be home to fields for baseball, lacrosse and soccer, as well as a new bike and walking trail. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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