Drug take-back helps prevent medicine misuse
The take back is the proper way to dispose of unwanted medicine because dumping unused prescription drugs in trash or toilet leads to water pollution.
The public can dispose of medications 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at five Lee’s Summit locations.
Since 2010, Lee’s Summit residents have properly disposed of more than 8,000 pounds of medication.
Officers from the Lee’s Summit Police Department and Jackson County Sheriff’s Office will be on hand to accept medication at these Lee’s Summit locations: • Lee’s Summit Police Department: 10 N.E.
Tudor Road • Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, 4001 N.E.
Walking tour tells Lee’s Summit story The Lee’s Summit Historical Society & Museum and City of Lee’s Summit Historic Preservation Commission is offering a Historic Homes Walking Tour.
Tickets may be purchased that day at the first home on the tour, 300 S.E.
Fifth St., or ahead of time at Cameron’s Home Furnishing or the Historical Society of Lee’s Summit History Museum during business hours.
Lake Winnebago Lions frying fish The Lake Winnebago Lions Club Fish Fry is set for May 13and is a fundraiser to support Lions Club programs.
Comment on Rock Island Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Engineers and consultants for the Rock Island Rail Corridor Bicycle Pedestrian Path will be explaining the project and taking comments of proposed design.