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    Chris Harris, executive director of Midtown Family Activities Center at Harris Park is starting to convert his empty lots near 40th street and Wayne Avenue into a nine-hole putting green for neighborhood children to enjoy.

Chris Harris, executive director of Midtown Family Activities Center at Harris Park is starting to convert his empty lots near 40th street and Wayne Avenue into a nine-hole putting green for neighborhood children to enjoy. jledford@kcstar.com
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