(WICHITA, Kan.) — The Rotary Club presented a gift to the City of Wichita Monday. It unveiled the Rotary Time Tower at the corner of St. Francis and 2nd street.
The gift was to honor the Rotary Club's centennial year. The tower was designed by local artist Todd Whipple. It stands four stories tall, moving with the wind. It markes time by making a sound every 15 minutes.
The tower is where the former Coleman building was located. Sedgwick County tore down the building and turned it into a parking lot for the Intrust Bank Arena. The parking lot includes a urban park with the history of the Rotary Club.