HopeNet executive director Charity Schaulis says the nonprofit’s renovation of its space at 2501 E. Central is a “legacy project” thanks to the late Nancy Cochener as well as other donors.
HopeNet executive director Charity Schaulis says the nonprofit’s renovation of its space at 2501 E. Central is a “legacy project” thanks to the late Nancy Cochener as well as other donors. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
HopeNet executive director Charity Schaulis says the nonprofit’s renovation of its space at 2501 E. Central is a “legacy project” thanks to the late Nancy Cochener as well as other donors. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
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HopeNet to break ground on major renovations near Central and Grove

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