Mary Ware and Tom James look at art during a silent auction Sunday at Kirby’s. The money raised from the benefit is going to the children of Letitia Davis, the woman who died after being attacked in Fairmount Park last month. (Dec. 7, 2014)
Mary Ware and Tom James look at art during a silent auction Sunday at Kirby’s. The money raised from the benefit is going to the children of Letitia Davis, the woman who died after being attacked in Fairmount Park last month. (Dec. 7, 2014) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Mary Ware and Tom James look at art during a silent auction Sunday at Kirby’s. The money raised from the benefit is going to the children of Letitia Davis, the woman who died after being attacked in Fairmount Park last month. (Dec. 7, 2014) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

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