This could be an interesting story. I was stationed there also at the same time, plus alot of other Jefferson City people.
In the late 70's it was very popular to join the Marine Corp.
I know of noone else who is ill.
I'm all for the walkway. Jefferson City has more for people to do, than most other places in the country, at no cost. I hope that we continue to build core values, and encourage others to do so as well.
Building on these ideas will allow us to grow as a community, and build value for those that follow.
Now let's find a way to get access from the Katy Trail to our historic district, our downtown restaurants, and East Capitol Avenue.
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