The pop-up park that will replace the “pit” along Douglas Avenue is a community effort, says Michael Ramsey, who plans to eventually put a Class A development there with business partner Robert Eyster. Pictured are, from left, Jason Gregory of the Wichita Downtown Development Corp.; Ramsey; Flying Stove co-owner Jeff Schauf; Lance Fellhoelter of nearby Trans Pacific Oil; Jaimie Zellner of WDDC; Ted Farha of Farha Construction; Trans Pacific Oil employees Beth Isern, Bryce Bidleman and Colleen Powell; City Councilwoman Janet Miller; WDDC board member Dick Honeyman; Go Wichita president and CEO Susie Santo; WDDC president Jeff Fluhr and his son, Matthew; Bob Cole of Trans Pacific Oil; and Wichita Community Foundation president and CEO Shelly Prichard.
The pop-up park that will replace the “pit” along Douglas Avenue is a community effort, says Michael Ramsey, who plans to eventually put a Class A development there with business partner Robert Eyster. Pictured are, from left, Jason Gregory of the Wichita Downtown Development Corp.; Ramsey; Flying Stove co-owner Jeff Schauf; Lance Fellhoelter of nearby Trans Pacific Oil; Jaimie Zellner of WDDC; Ted Farha of Farha Construction; Trans Pacific Oil employees Beth Isern, Bryce Bidleman and Colleen Powell; City Councilwoman Janet Miller; WDDC board member Dick Honeyman; Go Wichita president and CEO Susie Santo; WDDC president Jeff Fluhr and his son, Matthew; Bob Cole of Trans Pacific Oil; and Wichita Community Foundation president and CEO Shelly Prichard. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
The pop-up park that will replace the “pit” along Douglas Avenue is a community effort, says Michael Ramsey, who plans to eventually put a Class A development there with business partner Robert Eyster. Pictured are, from left, Jason Gregory of the Wichita Downtown Development Corp.; Ramsey; Flying Stove co-owner Jeff Schauf; Lance Fellhoelter of nearby Trans Pacific Oil; Jaimie Zellner of WDDC; Ted Farha of Farha Construction; Trans Pacific Oil employees Beth Isern, Bryce Bidleman and Colleen Powell; City Councilwoman Janet Miller; WDDC board member Dick Honeyman; Go Wichita president and CEO Susie Santo; WDDC president Jeff Fluhr and his son, Matthew; Bob Cole of Trans Pacific Oil; and Wichita Community Foundation president and CEO Shelly Prichard. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
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