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  • VIDEO: Liz Koch on the Wichita Center for the Arts

    Liz Koch discusses how her late mother-in-law, Mary Koch, introduced her to the Wichita Center for the Arts and how happy she would be that it's getting a new home. Liz Koch helped announce the family's $10.5 million donation for the grounds and building at an event on Wednesday.

Liz Koch discusses how her late mother-in-law, Mary Koch, introduced her to the Wichita Center for the Arts and how happy she would be that it's getting a new home. Liz Koch helped announce the family's $10.5 million donation for the grounds and building at an event on Wednesday. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle
Liz Koch discusses how her late mother-in-law, Mary Koch, introduced her to the Wichita Center for the Arts and how happy she would be that it's getting a new home. Liz Koch helped announce the family's $10.5 million donation for the grounds and building at an event on Wednesday. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle

Koch family donations facilitate Center for the Arts’ move to new building (+video)

September 16, 2015 10:00 AM