KMBC: Bishop Spencer Place Resident Shares Memories of the Beginning of the Peace Corps

March 10, 2021

A 90-year-old Mary Abbott, who lives at Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place, shares her story of being one of the first staffers of the Peace Corps. 

Mary Abbott talks to KMBC's Haley Harrison about her journey to the Peace Corp and public service. 

Watch the full story below. 

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