Chelsea French and Abdul Arif are moving the Mayflower Clinic to First and Topeka to a space that can one day be self-sustaining for the free medical clinic.
Chelsea French and Abdul Arif are moving the Mayflower Clinic to First and Topeka to a space that can one day be self-sustaining for the free medical clinic. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle
Chelsea French and Abdul Arif are moving the Mayflower Clinic to First and Topeka to a space that can one day be self-sustaining for the free medical clinic. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle
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Mayflower Clinic to move to self-sustaining space with apartments

November 20, 2017 11:21 AM

UPDATED November 20, 2017 02:07 PM

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