During a recent citywide scavenger hunt, the residents had a ball venturing into Kansas City for a glimpse into its culturally rich history. The mid-summer day’s hunt began at Arthur Bryant’s Barbeque Restaurant on Brooklyn Avenue for a taste of Kansas City’s iconic barbeque. After lunch, they visited the Lewis and Clark Expedition statue commemorating Clark’s Point, the memorial chapel of William Rockhill Nelson and many other points in between. In addition to a full day of learning and exploring, these residents enjoyed reminiscing and swapping personal stories about their own lives in the city they love.
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