Public clock in Mission, Kan. now showing correct time

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MISSION, Kan. — The city of Mission and its citizens are celebrating the gift of time, so to speak.

A clock at the corner of Johnson Drive and Woodson at ‘Rotary Plaza’ was part of the redesign on Johnson Drive, and now displays the correct time. Ever since its construction, the clock’s hands have indicated it is two o’clock.

“It’s not always 2 o’clock in Mission anymore!” the city said on its Facebook page.

The Shawnee Mission Rotary Club donated the clock tower and dedicated it to long-time Rotarian Dr. John Hollyman, a retired Mission dentist.

“Now that the street light project is nearly complete, there is power to the Rotary clock! We are so thankful to the Rotary Club of Shawnee Mission Kansas for the donation, and can’t wait for the additional landscaping in May!”

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