Redesigning Burdett’s miniature golf course with a solar system theme is one of four pilot projects by KanStarter, a program whose umbrella organization is the Kansas Sampler Foundation. Burdett was the hometown of Clyde Tombaugh, the Kansan who discovered Pluto in 1930. The KanStarter program is encouraging people from around the world to invest in Kansas hometown projects.
Redesigning Burdett’s miniature golf course with a solar system theme is one of four pilot projects by KanStarter, a program whose umbrella organization is the Kansas Sampler Foundation. Burdett was the hometown of Clyde Tombaugh, the Kansan who discovered Pluto in 1930. The KanStarter program is encouraging people from around the world to invest in Kansas hometown projects. Courtesy photo
Redesigning Burdett’s miniature golf course with a solar system theme is one of four pilot projects by KanStarter, a program whose umbrella organization is the Kansas Sampler Foundation. Burdett was the hometown of Clyde Tombaugh, the Kansan who discovered Pluto in 1930. The KanStarter program is encouraging people from around the world to invest in Kansas hometown projects. Courtesy photo

New fundraising program allows donors to help Kansas communities

November 16, 2014 07:30 PM