Missouri Governor Mike Parson and the First Lady will be traveling to Lebanon and Waynesville Tuesday afternoon of next week.
Beth Wiles, Pulaski County Tourism Director, says these visits will be a part of the Governor’s tour of Route 66 this state bicentennial year.

The Governor and First Lady will be participating in a meet and greet on the Historic Waynesville Square and take a brief tour of the 1903 Pulaski County Courthouse Museum Tuesday from 3:45 to 4:30 in the afternoon. The Governor will present a few remarks at the event, along with former Waynesville Mayor Luge Hardman and former State Representative Jim Mitchell of Richland, who co-sponsored legislation in 1990 that designated the 307 miles of Route 66 in the state as a historic byway.