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Governor Mike Parson stops in Lebanon on Bicentennial tour

Missouri Governor Mike Parson and the first lady were on Route 66 on Tuesday as part of the Bicentennial tour of Missouri. Among the stops that the Governor made was the Lebanon Laclede County Library, a repository of Laclede County history and home of the Route 66 Museum.


Governor Parson shared that this is also the 150th anniversary of the Governor’s Mansion, and he said there have been interesting characters who have stayed there, including General Custer who was the first guest, and Frank James who surrendered himself to Governor Thomas Crittenden. Governor Parson announced that each community is invited to have representation during the Bicentennial Inaugural Parade in Jefferson City on Saturday, September 18th at 10 a.m.

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