1000 NE Sam Walton Ln.
March 20 is the first day of the spring season. Beautiful colors are starting to pop out of the dreary winter landscape with the increase in temperature. Many of us are ready to go outside and play after being cooped up all winter.
The year is 2013; I don’t feel like I’ve been out of high school for 19 years. Looking back I can still see myself and know what that younger person was thinking and hoping and praying for. If I could go back in time and tell her your life is going to end up nothing like what you planned, would I? It for sure wasn’t all sunshine, puppies and flowers, as one of my friends would say; however it was definitely worth experiencing and living. I wouldn’t want to spoil anything for her even though it has not been the easiest of rides; it sure hasn’t been the toughest.
701 Melody Lane
A Lee’s Summit outpatient clinic providing cancer care is changing its name to highlight its relationship to the University of Kansas Hospital and its cancer treatment programs.
An out-patient intravenous therapy clinic, Infusion Express, recently opened in Lee’s Summit, in response to growing demand for services.
When 30-year old Chris Meyer had heart attack symptoms and his mother called 911, Johnson County, Mo paramedics Jesse Krogull and Patrick Lucito acted fast and brought Chris to Lee’s Summit Medical Center. There a team of professionals saved Chris’ life and now he’s back to coaching wrestling.LSMC ED director Cie Cascone and Chris honor Jesse and Pat for great field work.
We have become a society that craves immediate gratification and it doesn’t seem normal to actually work for something we want. Sometimes I hear people say they can’t afford to work out or eat right. Sometimes this excuse is valid. Most of the time, it isn’t.
1501 NE Douglas
Everyone needs good friends, and the Lee’s Summit Symphony is no exception. Fortunately, our community’s orchestra is supported by a thriving and talented organization known as Friends of the Symphony.
This snoopy sculpture was created by Andreas Stabno in Winterset Park on Feb. 21 and 22. His daughter, Emma Stabno, age 8, sits below in the doghouse entry.
With a dash of positivity and a whole lot of pink, Lee’s Summit West High School’s “Legally Blonde: The Musical” shows the audience what it means to believe in yourself, despite what others may say.
Summit Christian Academy’s “The Comedy of Errors” has no error at all - just pure comedy. This early Shakespearean play is full of confusion, puns, and slapstick comedy. The play revolves around a family that was separated at sea – a merchant, his wife, their twin sons, both named Antipholus, and the twins’ twin servants, both named Dromio.
Have you ever wanted to leave your humdrum life behind you and escape to the city for a thrilling night out on the town? This desire, plus mistaken identities, plentiful innuendos, zany characters, and lots of confusion make for the twisted plot of Lee’s Summit High School’s production of “On The Razzle.”
This year has been an eventful one for the Lee’s Summit Symphony, which is celebrating its 10th season in grand style by hosting a “Celebration at the Kauffman” event in June at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City.