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LS Cares Announces Parent U - Becoming a Love & Logic Parent classes for fall, ‘18

Lee’s Summit Cares, a local nonprofit dedicated to its partnership with the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District and ReDiscover, has announced its lineup of parenting classes and workshops for this fall and into 2018.

The classes and workshops are aimed to help parents and families bridge gaps, establish long-term, positive outcomes and spur discussion between parents and children. Each Parent University class is taught by experts in their field and the popular, ongoing Parenting the Love and Logic Way sessions are developed by the Cline Fay Institute.
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Waste Management Donates Over $250,000 to Kansas City Charities Additional donation of $135,000 to Hurricane Harvey Relief

Waste Management of Kansas, Inc. presented several local Kansas City charities with large check donations on Wednesday. The local donations are possible due to the company’s annual charity golf tournament. The annual charity event, scheduled to be held in Kansas City this year, was canceled so the Houston-based company could focus efforts on helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey, including 2,400 Waste Management employees. While the tournament itself has been canceled, donations will continue to be presented to community organizations this month. 
 
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Steven M. Lathrop, Outspoken Critic of Former City Councilmember Chris Moreno, Arrested on Felony Fraud and Stealing

A Lee’s Summit resident, Steven M. Lathrop, has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of fraud and stealing from his former employer, Master File Legal Support Services. Lathrop allegedly overcharged Master File for a total of $74,011.75 from October 2015 until May of this year. 

According to court records, Lathrop was charged with four felony counts of a Fraudulent Use of a Credit/Debit device, $500 or more; two Class D Felony counts of stealing, $750 or more; and one Class C Felony count of stealing, $25,000 or more. 
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Lee's Summit R-7 high schools plan 2017 homecoming events

All three Lee's Summit R-7 high schools are preparing for homecoming events this fall, including community parades, football games and dances.
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SCHEDULE CHANGED: Lane Closure Scheduled for east and westbound U.S. Highway 50 on Sept. 9

The Missouri Department of Transportation will have a one lane closure along east and westbound U.S. Highway 50 from Todd George Parkway to MO Highway 7 beginning at 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9. This lane closure is for rumble strip installation. Motorists are encouraged to find alternate routes if necessary. All work is weather permitting.

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One Good Meal Keeps Busy In The Community

One Good Meal had the beef, conducting a raffle which recently sold nearly 200 tickets for $10 donations to help provide a daily meal to Lee’s Summit residents for whom it’s hard to leave home.
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Aaron Layendecker of PLMS receives $4,000 educational scholarship

Aaron Layendecker, a Spanish teacher at Pleasant Lea Middle School and Lee’s Summit North High School, recently received a $4,000 scholarship from Western Governors University Missouri. He was surprised with a check from the university in his PLMS classroom during late August.
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Free Organ Concert Open to Public at Lees Summit Christian Church

The free event will be on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 7:00 at Lees Summit Christian Church, 800 NE Tudor Road, Lee’s Summit, Mo, 64086.
 
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Libations & Company Ribbon Cutting

Libations & Company  welcomed Chamber members on August 14 for its ribbon cutting at 23 SE 3rd St., in downtown Lee’s Summit. Libations & Co. captures the essence of a swanky lounge bar by offering customers the same tools of the trade mixologists use when creating your favorite cocktail. At Libations you’ll find the finest ingredients, spirits and the tools to create that specific exotic taste.
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Summit Crossing Ribbon Cutting

On August 15,  Summit Crossing  hosted a ribbon cutting at 14500 E. Bannister Rd. at its new complex. Summit Crossing offers unique one, two and three bedroom rental townhomes as well as one, two and three bedroom apartment homes in a beautiful setting that combines the comforts of home with superior resident services and outstanding community amenities. 
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