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Thursday, March 24 2011

Guided tours of the Missouri State Penitentiary, Warm Springs Ranch andCivil War gravesites will be featured.

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Monday, March 14 2011

The Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives is hosting "Return to Lake Maurer" day in May and everyone is invited to "come home" for the event. Since the 1960s when the lake was closed to the public, many have longed to swim in the famous pool, stroll the grounds and soak up Lake Maurer's atmosphere. 

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Wednesday, March 09 2011

The Harry S. Truman Library Institute will host its annual fundraising dinner, Wild About Harry, on Thursday, April 28 at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown-Muehlebach Hotel.

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Wednesday, March 09 2011
Dr. Jimmy Albright will be the host for the 13 day trip, which will include all of mainland Greece from Peloponnese in the south to ancient sites like Corinth, Olympia, Epidaurus, and Mycenae.  The trip will explore the environs of Athens with its Acropolis, Parthenon, and ancient ruins, to Delphi, Meteora, Mt. Olympus, Thessaloniki, and other famous sites revealed by excavation.
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Wednesday, March 09 2011
To kick off its salute to the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, the Lone Jack Historical Society unveiled a new exhibit at its March meeting. The display honors the soldiers who fought in the battle with their images to personalize their memory.
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Saturday, March 05 2011
Once again, volunteers will descend onto the Lone Jack battlefield. This time instead of rifles and shotguns, they will muster leaf rakes, mops and trash bags to help clean up and restore our battlefield, museum and cemetery.
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