Kansas City will sell $5 bottles of blue (non-drinkable) fountain water as good luck souvenirs. All proceeds go to the City of Fountains Foundation, which is trying to raise $3 million to repair aging fountains.
Kansas City will sell $5 bottles of blue (non-drinkable) fountain water as good luck souvenirs. All proceeds go to the City of Fountains Foundation, which is trying to raise $3 million to repair aging fountains.
Kansas City will sell $5 bottles of blue (non-drinkable) fountain water as good luck souvenirs. All proceeds go to the City of Fountains Foundation, which is trying to raise $3 million to repair aging fountains.

Bottle of blue water helps KC fountains

October 22, 2014 12:35 PM

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