History lesson at expo

Lee's Summit JournalOctober 11, 2013 

Sue Hart, a member of the Lee’s Summit Historical Society, talks with Sallie Payne, 91, a lifelong resident of the city, who stopped by the society’s table at the Health, Wealth and Leisure Expo Oct. 10 at Legacy Park Community Center. The Expo featured vendors from banks, healthcare who offered screenings, massage, or explanations of services. Hart said the Society thought the World War II pictures donated by Clint Miller, a physician, who served during the liberation of France and then treated prisoners during trials at Nuremberg., Germany would be different twist for visitors to the Expo. Miller established the Lee’s Summit Clinic after the war.

RUSS PULLEY — The Journal

Sue Hart, a member of the Lee’s Summit Historical Society, talks with Sallie Payne, 91, a lifelong resident of the city, who stopped by the society’s table at the Health, Wealth and Leisure Expo Oct. 10 at Legacy Park Community Center. The Expo featured vendors from banks, healthcare who offered screenings, massage, or explanations of services. Hart said the Society thought the World War II pictures donated by Clint Miller, a physician, who served during the liberation of France and then treated prisoners during trials at Nuremberg., Germany would be different twist for visitors to the Expo. Miller established the Lee’s Summit Clinic after the war.

 

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