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Friends of the Kaw cut ribbon on new Riverfest rain garden

The Friends of the Kaw had a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new rain garden at Riverfest Park on Sunday, Oct. 24. The garden was paid for by a grant from the Johnson County Stormwater Education Initiative and will be cared for by the Friends of the Kaw and the city of De Soto. After the ribbon cutting, those in attendance went on a community float down the Kaw from the De Soto put-in to the Cedar Creek take-out.

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Friends of the Kaw hold a ribbon in front of the sign for the new ...

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De Soto City Administrator Patrick Guilfoyle cut the ribbon for the new rain garden at ...

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The Friends of the Kaw examine the new rain garden at Riverfest Park at it's ...

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The Friends of the Kaw organized a community float on the Kansas River on Sunday, ...

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The Friends of the Kaw sponsored a community float down the Kansas River from the ...

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