The Native Sons And Daughters Of Greater Kansas City To Dedicate Historical Marker To Lake Lotawana

The Native Sons and Daughters of Greater Kansas City will present the first historical marker in Southeast Jackson County to Lake Lotawana in a special ceremony at the Lake Lotawana Park, at 10:30 on Saturday morning, September 15th. The unique plaque will be installed at the Park.

Lake Lotawana officials and the Mayor will join NSDKC officers in the presentation – refreshments will be served to those attending. Go to Lake Lotawana Road, pass the City Hall and park on the right side of the road by the park.

The NSDKC was founded in 1932 as a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to preserving the history and historical landmarks in and around Greater Kansas City. Today the group has 260 members, has placed more than 60 historic markers in locations in and around Greater Kansas City and participates in and is the sponsor of numerous local history and civic events.