Timmons Ballroom

707 N Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-704-3388
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Built in 1890, the historic Timmons Ballroom sits inside the Hotel Stilwell. Features 2,500 square feet of meeting space with a capacity of 120 for dining or 180 for a meeting. The Timmons Ballroom has tables, chairs, serving accessories, catering kitchen and is ADA accessible.

The Corral

1275 S. Highway 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4400
kansascrossingcasino.com

From a 400 seat intimate show to a 2,000 person outdoor concert, The Corral features some of the biggest names in music, comedy and other live entertainment.

Meeting-Performance Space

Opened in 2017, The Corral features a stage that is 46’8″ and 23′ deep, a 42′ ceiling height, and a 4,400 square foot space with no obstructions, perfect for banquets of up to 250 people, or standing room only concerts with a capacity of 550. Stage can also be “flipped” and used for outdoor concerts, with a capacity of 2,000. To book, visit KansasCrossingCasino.com

Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall inside McCray Hall

East Lindburg St
Pittsburg, KS 66762

The Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall is inside McCray Hall on the campus of Pittsburg State University. The Recital Hall features a newly rebuilt Steinway concert grand piano, and a 3-manual, mechanical action Fisk Opus 106 organ, constructed in 1995. Built in 1929 and originally called “Music Hall”, the building was rededicated in 1961 in honor of the department’s second chairman, Walter McCray.

Running Rooster Hunting Resort

1482 NE 60th St
Columbus, KS 66725
(620) 249-0949
uplandhunts.com

Deer, Hunting, Hunting Dogs, Hunting Guides, In-Room Internet, Kennelling, Processing, Turkey, Upland Birds, Wireless Internet

Running Roosters Hunting Resort offers hunts for Pheasant, Quail and Chuker hunting in SE Kansas. They have over 850 acres of some of the finest natural habitat along Shawnee Creek. This includes grain fields of corn, milo and sunflowers, natural bird fields and over 10 miles of of filter strips.

Raymond Community Home

301 S Osage St
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-4133
GirardKansas.gov

The Raymond Community Home located in Girard, KS features 800 square feet of meeting space with capacity of 50 people. The Raymond Community Home has tables and chairs, full working kitchen and is ADA accessible. The Raymond Community Home was built in 1893 and is listed on the Kansas Register of Historic Places.

Mirza Shrine Event Center

110 W 5th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-4180
mirzashriners.com

Lower level hall is 5,000 square feet, seating for 300, and includes kitchen for heating food and ice machine. Upper level ballroom is 6,000 square feet, seating for 400, and includes a large hardwood dance floor, mirrored ceiling, mood lighting, and kitchen for heating food and ice machine.

Lamplighter Inn & Suites

4020 Parkview Dr
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8700
lamplighterhotels.com/lamplighter-inn-pittsburg-ks/

Features over 5,000 square feet of meeting space that can be situated to serve groups ranging in size from 10 to 600. There are seven meeting rooms, the largest of which can host an expo with up to 32 booths or a reception of nearly 600 guests. Also available are tables and chairs, kitchen, high-speed wireless internet and audio-visual equipment. ADA accessible.

Lincoln Center

710 W 9th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8310
pittks.org/community/facilities/meetings-events-ceremonies/lincoln-center/

Single room, multi-purpose venue with wood floors. 3,000 square feet of meeting space with a capacity of 200 people, a kitchen, tables and chairs and is ADA accessible.

Overlooking historic Lincoln Park, the Lincoln Center is surrounded by several community attractions, including the Pittsburg Aquatic Center, Four Oaks Golf Course, Jay Cee Ballpark, and more.

Kansas Outfitters, Inc & Claythorne Lodge

1329 NW 100th St
Columbus, KS 66725
(620) 597-2568
claythornelodge.com

Clay shooting on four European courses, five stand. Lodging, conference center, guided hunts and fishing.

A premier resort that’s hosted several prestigious NSCA sanctioned shoots. Options for shooting sports include Sporting Clays, Skeet, Trap, and NSCA 5-Stand. Fishing, and guided and unguided hunts available. A Pro Shop is on site, as is lodge with three guest rooms.

History

What began as a vision in 1991 following the purchase of an old farm, has become a resort attracting both the avid sportsman and tourist from all over the United States. The premier resort that has hosted a number of prestigious NSCA sanctioned shoots. The first sporting clay course was designed in 1992, and Claythorne has steadily grown into a resort that can easily accommodate over one thousand shooters.

Shooting and Hunting

Claythorne offers many options for shooting sports including, Sporting Clays, Skeet, Trap, and NSCA 5-Stand. They have great fishing as well as guided and unguided hunts. Their Pro Shop has all required outdoor gear and accessories for target shooting or hunting. They also offer dining and lodging

Dining and Lodging

The main Lodge has three guest-rooms elegantly furnished with antiques. A separate bunk house features three modern and comfortable guest rooms next to the main Lodge. Claythorne is a popular dining spot in the SEK Kansas area; renowned for its gourmet entrees, barbecue, rib eyes, filets, ribs and brisket!

K&K Outfitters

317 N 250th
Mulberry, KS 66756
(620) 249-3003
duckandbuck.com

Fully guided whitetail, turkey, predator, and waterfowl hunts. Also provide summer fishing trips. Lodge and meals available.

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K&K Outfitters is dedicated to providing customers with great hunting experiences. Our excitement for every hunt we provide can only be matched by your own excitement for the hunt. If you enjoy the thrill of hunting and are always searching for the perfect hunting ground, you are in the right place. We will guide you to the hunt of your life throughout Kansas.

As the owners of K&K Outfitters, Keaton Kelso, President of the Kansas Outfitters Association and Kendall Kelso want you to experience the excitement of monster whitetail, ultimate waterfowl, and extreme Rio Grande and Eastern turkey hunts.

To ensure your entire hunting experience is enjoyable, you’ll stay in a spacious comfortable hunting lodge at each of our hunting camps and enjoy food cooked by Karen and Donna Kelso that will not leave you hungry.

Jaycee Ballpark

1200 W Memorial Dr
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8310

Historic Jaycee Ballpark is one of the premiere baseball stadiums in the region. With covered seating for 1,000, FieldTurf playing surface on the infield and foul territory, natural grass outfield with warning track, Jaycee Ballpark is a great tournament facility.

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Historic Jaycee Ballpark is one of the premiere baseball stadiums in the region.

With covered seating for 1,000, FieldTurf playing surface on the infield and foul territory, natural grass outfield with warning track, Jaycee Ballpark is a great tournament facility. Dimensions are 320 down the left field line, 375 to the left power alley, 400 to dead center, 360 to right power alley and 303 down the right field line

Learn more about the history at https://www.fhsu.edu/biology/faculty-and-staff/eberle/Historical-Baseball-Parks-and-Museums/Kansas-Baseball-Sites

Jack H Overman Student Center

1902 S Locust St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620) 235-4791
pittstate.edu/office/overman-student-center/

Several meeting & multipurpose rooms available. Largest is the Ballroom, with a maximum capacity of 800, and is divisible into 3 separate soundproof sections.

A unique setting for banquets, conferences, conventions, lectures, meetings, receptions, and workshops. Ideal for large groups who also need breakout rooms.

The latest audio and visual technology, on-site catering by Sodexo Campus Services, and numerous other services are available.

Multipurpose Rooms
Crimson & Gold Ballroom: Divisible into three separate soundproof sections. Maximum capacity for combined Ballroom is 800.
Sunflower Room: Lectures up to 144, banquets for approximately 80.
Governors Room: Ideal for lectures of up to 120, and banquets or other functions of approximately 80.

Meeting Rooms
Heritage: An upscale area designed to host receptions only, includes lounge furniture and baby-grand piano.
Meadowlark: Fixed block, seats 24
Prairie: Fixed block, seats 24
Kansas 3 & 4 rooms: Each are flexible seating – either block of 16, or audience for 24, etc)
Kansas 1 & 2 rooms: Each are fixed blocks, that seat 20
Balkans: Conference table seats 14
Cottonwood: Conference table seats 12
Heartland: Conference table seats 10
Sunset A: Conference table seats 8
Sunset B: Conference table seats 8

Hickory Creek Outfitter

1230 W 570th
McCune, KS 66753
(620) 632-4998
hickorycreekoutfitter.com

With over 14,000 acres, hunt whitetail deer, Eastern & Rio-Cross turkey hunts, late season waterfowl, and dove. Hickory Creek Lodge (8 bunk bedrooms and 1 master bedroom), Lightning Creek Lodge (7 bedrooms), and the HCO House Lodge (4 bedrooms).

Family owned and operated Hunting Lodge, located in the heart of Southeast Kansas. Offers prime whitetail deer, eastern and rio-cross turkey hunts, along with some of the best late season waterfowl hunts around. While you are there ask them about their controlled quail and pheasant shoots or our newly added predator hunts as another option after you tag out or bag out. Hickory Creek Outfitter operates across four counties, Neosho, Labette, Cherokee and Crawford.

Greenbush

947 W K-47
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-6281
greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Greenbush, located in rural Girard is a great place to meet and learn. With meeting spaces equipped with today’s most up-to-date technology you’re sure to have a successful event. They also offer a Camp and Retreat Center, Log Cabins, and a Gathering Place complete with a commercial kitchen. To get the most out of your experience check out the Challenge Course, a state of the art facility located on the grounds. This course consists of both low course and high ropes courses that are designed to promote teamwork and personal growth. Greenbush is also home to the William L. Abernathy Science Education Center. The science center provides students, teachers, and community members with hands-on learning experiences utilizing fully equipped laboratories, as well as the Greenbush Full-Dome Digital Theater, PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, Simulated Rainforest, Production Greenhouse, Wind Turbine, OWLS site, and Archaeology/Paleontology dig. To sign up for a class or for more information visit their website at http://www.greenbush.org

Maximum Capacity: 100 (body)

947 KS-47, Girard, KS 66743, USA
(620) 724-6281
Greenbush.org
Facebook.com/GreenbushESC
Southeast Kansas Education Service Center
Greenbush features 2,000 square feet of meeting space over four meeting rooms with the capability to host events from 10 to 100 people. Greenbush offers tables and chairs, full operational kitchen, state of art audio-visual equipment and high-speed wireless internet and is ADA accessible.
Greenbush Challenge Course
If you’re a business leader or teacher hoping to promote teamwork and leadership development, check out the Challenge Course at Greenbush.
William L. Abernathy Science Education Center
The William L. Abernathy Science Education Center is located on the campus of Greenbush located west of Girard. Amenities of the Science Education Center are designed specifically for engaging learners in a way that they’ll never forget. By providing learning experiences and labs that use equipment or materials not accessible in schools, district, or communities, they serve approximately 14,000 learners annually. The Science Center is comprised of several educational facilities including the PSU-Greenbush Astrophysical Observatory, a simulated rainforest, greenhouse, wind turbine, paleontology dig, and the Greenbush Digital Theater. Each component is designed to allow hands-on learning experiences for students. The laboratories are designed to focus on bioscience and related research due to the impact it has on Kansas economy.
Greenbush Day and Outdoor Adventure
sponsored by the Saint Aloysius Historical Society and Greenbush. Head out to Greenbush today to enjoy a hog roast at 11 a.m. with music and entertainment to follow

Community members throughout the four-states region are invited for an afternoon of free, outdoor family fun at the first-ever Greenbush Getaway, slated for 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at Greenbush. Themed around outdoor adventures, the inaugural Greenbush Getaway will allow kids and adults alike to try their hand at archery, canoeing, fishing and more on the scenic Greenbush campus.

GREENBUSH COMMUNITY LAKE
947 W 47 Hwy – Girard
Call Southeast Kansas Education Service Center 620-724-6281

Girard Medical Center

302 N Hospital Dr
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-8291
girardmedicalcenter.com

Girard Medical Center provides a full range of hospital services catered to meet the healthcare needs of our patients and our communities. We provide care in our main hospital campus in Girard which consists of 25 patient beds and a 10 bed Senior Behavioral Health Unit. We also provide care in our four clinics located in Arma, Cherokee, Frontenac and Girard

Services Include:

* Nursing * Outpatient Specialty Clinics
Acute Care Cardiology, Oncology, ENT,
Skilled (Swingbed) Urology, Podiatry,
Psychiatry, Orthopedics

Emergency Room (Level IV Trauma)
Weekend Express Care
Home Health
Respiratory Therapy
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Laboratory
Pharmacy
Physical Therapy
General & Day Surgery
Orthopedics
Occupational & Speech Therapies
Senior Behavioral Health Services
CCU/ICU

* Diagnostic Radiology
MRI, CT Scanning, Nuclear * Community Services
Medicine, Doppler Studies, Outreach Screenings, Health
Echocardiography, Bone Fairs, Transportation –
Densitometry, Mammogram call 620.724.0136

* Interactive Compressed Video
Patient Consultations, Education,
And Conferences

* Nutrition Consulting & Services

Gene Bicknell Sports Complex

2198 S Rouse Ave
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7000
pittstategorillas.com

Includes: Al Ortolani Field (home of PSU Baseball), the PSU Softball Complex, and intramural fields.

Al Ortolani Field

Located on the southeast corner of the Pittsburg State University campus, Al Ortolani Field is the home of the Gorilla Baseball program. Al Ortolani Field is part of PSU’s Gene Bicknell Sports Complex, which includes the PSU Softball Complex as well as a pair of intramural fields. Al Ortolani Field continues to draw reviews as one of the top playing facilities in the Midwest. The natural surface features dimensions of 330 down the left field line, 400 to center, 330 down the right field line. The complex also features an indoor hitting facility complete with two 70-foot tunnels in an L shape for live hitting and a 65 x 55-foot netted area.

Convenient location

Beyond being located on campus, Al Ortolani Field is also just a few blocks from Pittsburg South Retail District. This shopping and entertainment district features great local restaurants, such as the Mall Deli, Café Del Rio and Gusano’s Pizzeria. The Meadowbrook Mall anchors the district which also offers an 8-screen movie theatre, retail shops and the 72-room LaQuinta Inn.

In 2017, AstroTurf brand synthetic turf was installed on all playing surfaces, batting cages, and bullpen areas.

Frisco Event Center

210 E 4th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 249-3491
facebook.com/Friscoevent/

Of six depots built by Frisco Freight in Pittsburg, Kansas, only one remains. A depot has been on the 210 East 4th Street site since 1876, and after decades of barely being used, it has been restored and is now the Frisco Event Center. The current building was built in 1902; and, after a fire, the brick portion on the east end was built in 1917. The facility has a capacity of 200 to 220 people with tables.

Don Gutteridge Sports Complex

702 Memorial Drive
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8310

Features seven ball fields, perfect for adult and youth tournaments alike. Managed by the City of Pittsburg, the Complex offers ample parking, controllable entrances and two conveniently located concession stands. The seven fields deliver the flexibility to hold tournaments for a variety of age groups and abilities at the same time.

Jim Kelly: 290′
Bunk Bouronville: 275′
Dale Conner: 300′
Wild Red Berry: 250′
Bill Russell: 275′
Ted Carnino: 180′
Cheryl Stice: 200′

Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau

117 E 4th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-1212
visitcrawfordcounty.com

Professional services to help organize & execute conventions, conferences & athletic events; &, advisory services for family gatherings & corporate functions.

The Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau is your official guide for things to do, where to eat, where to stay, and how to make the most of your trip to Crawford County, Kansas. Our full-service bureau offers a variety of professional services to help you organize and execute conferences, conventions, meetings, and athletic event; and, offers advisory services to family gatherings and corporate functions.

We also offer advisory services to family gatherings and corporate functions.

Call 1-800-879-1112 or (620) 231-1212.

We’re here for you.

Crawford County CVB Services:

Preparing competitive bids complete with competitive rates from hotels, meeting facilities and caterers.
Offering competitive bid fees to secure your event in Crawford County.
Arranging site visit and FAM (familiarization) tour prior to the conference.
Assisting with conference planning including theme, logo design, events and entertainment.
Securing local dignitaries to present an official welcome.
Assisting with conference registration and pre-conference information distribution.
Assisting with name tags or name badges.
Providing welcome bags complete with information, maps and goodies to all participants.
Assisting with securing any catering needs.
On-site conference assistance and on-site information booth.
Gift baskets for conference VIP’s.
Event promotion to over 100 media outlets within 100 miles of Pittsburg and Crawford County including press releases, calendar of event listings and newspaper listings.
Assistance with planning and securing entertainment/social options during your event.
Assistance with securing transportation options during your event.

Carbon Creek Events & Venue

981 S 190th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-231-4359
CarbonCreekEvents.com

Carbon Creek boasts a thousand-square-foot sunken dance floor and offers inclusive package pricing to make wedding and event planning easier for you.

Carbon Creek’s large event space can accommodate up to 400 guests and boasts a thousand-square-foot sunken dance floor with mirrored ceiling and full sound and lighting systems. Our wedding and event packages include DJ services, bartender, fully stocked cash bar, tables and chairs, and on-site event coordination services. We now offer on- and off-site wedding planning and coordination services too.

Carnie Smith Stadium, Brandenburg Field & Prentice Gudgen Track

1705 S Joplin
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7000
pittstategorillas.com

Located in Pittsburg, Kansas, Carnie Smith Stadium is the home of the Pittsburg State University Gorillas and is recognized as one of the premiere venues in NCAA Division II.

Carnie Smith Stadium provides one of the strongest home field advantages in college football with seating for 8,343, and capacity for more than 10,000. Features of Carnie Smith Stadium include, 24 luxury skyboxes, MondoTurf artificial playing surface and one of the largest video boards in college football; the 40 foot by 70 foot “JungleTron.”

In addition to numerous NCAA Division II regular season and playoff games, Carnie Smith Stadium has been the home to Kansas High School state championships, the Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star game, and four National Junior College Athletic Association championship games.
Carnie Smith Stadium also features the Prentice Gudgen Track. This historic track and field facility has hosted many events at the youth, high school and collegiate levels, including the MIAA Track and Field Championship.

In 2011, Bleacher Report listed Carnie Smith Stadium as one of the “Top 50 Stadiums to See Before You Die” and one of the “Top 20 College Football Atmospheres in the Country.”

Seating: 8,343
Capacity: 10,000 +
Press Box: Yes
Field Surface: Artificial/ Mondo 3Nx
Luxury Boxes: 24
Video Board: 40 x 70
Track: 400 meter – 6 lane/8 lane straightaway

Border Line Outfitters

280 N 270th St
Mulberry, KS 66756
(417) 439-2775

Formerly known as StateLine Trophy Hunters, is an outfitter/guide service located on the border of Kansas and Missouri, featuring awesome whitetail deer and turkey hunting. Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas provide some absolute monster bucks and longbeards, and SLTH’s hunters have a reputation for taking their share.

Atkinson Municipal Airport

3510 Airport Rd
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-5760

The Kansas Aeronautical Facility Plan and the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (N.P.I.A.S.) classifies the Atkinson Municipal Airport as a General Utility, Stage II airport. Based on current conditions, the airport is designated as having an F.A.A. Airport Reference Code (A.R.C.) of C-II.

Features two runways: runway 21 is 4,001 feet long by 75 feet wide, and runway 1634 is 5,500 feet long by 100 feet wide. GPS approaches, NDB approach and VORDME.

Built in 1925 and officially established as Pittsburg Airport in April 1940. Used by U.S. Army Air Force as a basic pilot training airfield from May 25, 1942 to October 20, 1944.

Property owner Tommy Atkinson deeded airport land to the City of Pittsburg for $1. The Civil Works Administration (CWA) and Works Progress Administration (WPA) funded an area for the north-south runway, pouring the foundation, erecting the steel hangar, and illuminating the air field.

A monument stands to honor Tommy Atkinson, the namesake of the airport, built by the local American Legion. In addition to a propeller, American Legion Post’s from throughout the state of Kansas provided stones for the monument, engraved with their location, some with logos and years.