The fundraiser was the first occasion for many members of the community to see the front portion of the former main bar and dance floor area, following the major renovations to transform the space. Lynn passed away on November 20, Linn believes that rodeo is good thing and can serve as a mechanism to raise money for chartable organizations that benefit our community. Linn was pleased and humbled to learn that she was a recipient of this award and although Linn is not here today, it is an honor to present this award in recognition of her many contributions to IGRA to John Stangle, the Kansas Trustee. She realized it was a great way for the community to come together in an environment that was safe and a whole lot of fun and it provided an avenue for Linn's love of rodeo and the country western lifestyle.
She sponsored numerous annual events that really brought the gay community together in Wichita.
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A few months latter Bryson joined the Fantasy Complex staff. Thanks, Linn and rest in peace. She was an architect in Kansas and bought 'Our Fantasy' at a time when women, especially gay women, really did not do things like that. She is survived by her two older sisters, Margerita Lager and Sherry Brown; 6 nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews, all who loved and admired their Aunt Linn. The design of the building will allow both business operations to function at the same time.
She left Fritz the nightclub so that he could carry on the tradition. A memorial fund in her name has been established at Positive Directions, N. Look for more information on facebook at facebook. Emporia, Wichita, KS The infamous annual 'canoe' trip, which ended in her back yard ,down the Arkansas River was always a fun drunkfest. She is preceded in death by her parents, Mr. The club is the oldest 'gay' bar in this region.