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August 9, 2003

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From left, Deborah Flint, Ed Flint, Billie Weeks, Logan Weeks,
Vernon Weeks and Corina Weeks, all of Lawrence, await the start of
the demolition derby at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. They
attended the derby Aug. 1 to cheer on friends who were driving in
the contest.

From left, Deborah Flint, Ed Flint, Billie Weeks, Logan Weeks, Vernon Weeks and Corina Weeks, all of Lawrence, await the start of the demolition derby at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. They attended the derby Aug. 1 to cheer on friends who were driving in the contest.

Dennis Blackwood, Lawrence, left, his daughter, Isabelle, 2, and
his wife, Carole, attend Lawrence Memorial Hospital's community
picnic. The picnic was Sunday at LMH South.

Dennis Blackwood, Lawrence, left, his daughter, Isabelle, 2, and his wife, Carole, attend Lawrence Memorial Hospital's community picnic. The picnic was Sunday at LMH South.

Douglas Berg, Lawrence, enjoys some time with his 1-year-old
nephew, Reid Plinsky, while attending the livestock auction of the
Douglas County Free Fair. "He&squot;s a future 4-H&squot;er," Berg said Sunday.

Douglas Berg, Lawrence, enjoys some time with his 1-year-old nephew, Reid Plinsky, while attending the livestock auction of the Douglas County Free Fair. "He's a future 4-H'er," Berg said Sunday.

Sarah Narcomey, left, and her son, Justin, 7, both of Lawrence,
await the beginning of the demolition derby at the Douglas County
4-H Fairgrounds. The event was Aug. 1.

Sarah Narcomey, left, and her son, Justin, 7, both of Lawrence, await the beginning of the demolition derby at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. The event was Aug. 1.

Preston Randall, 10, a member of Meadowlark 4-H Club, left, and
Simon Fangman, 9, a member of Clinton Eagles 4-H Club, wait for the
start of the livestock auction at the Douglas County Free Fair.
Randall was selling a steer and Fangman was selling a sheep Sunday
during the auction.

Preston Randall, 10, a member of Meadowlark 4-H Club, left, and Simon Fangman, 9, a member of Clinton Eagles 4-H Club, wait for the start of the livestock auction at the Douglas County Free Fair. Randall was selling a steer and Fangman was selling a sheep Sunday during the auction.

Members of the Taylor family enjoy cotton candy at the Lawrence
Memorial Hospital Old-Fashioned Community Picnic. From left, are,
Evan Taylor, 12; his friend Donald Phelps, 13; Chase Taylor, 8; and
Jim and Patti Taylor, all of Lawrence. They attended Sunday's event
at LMH South.

Members of the Taylor family enjoy cotton candy at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Old-Fashioned Community Picnic. From left, are, Evan Taylor, 12; his friend Donald Phelps, 13; Chase Taylor, 8; and Jim and Patti Taylor, all of Lawrence. They attended Sunday's event at LMH South.

Stacy Burkhart, Baldwin, center, and her children attend the
livestock auction at the Douglas County Free Fair. From left are
Garrett, 5; Hayden, 4; Stacy; Hunter, 9, and Ramie, 10. Ramie sold
her reserve champion meat goat during Sunday's auction.

Stacy Burkhart, Baldwin, center, and her children attend the livestock auction at the Douglas County Free Fair. From left are Garrett, 5; Hayden, 4; Stacy; Hunter, 9, and Ramie, 10. Ramie sold her reserve champion meat goat during Sunday's auction.

Graham Mosley, 7, Basehor, scales the rock-climbing wall at
Lawrence Memorial Hospital's Old-Fashioned Community Picnic at LMH
South, Clinton Parkway and Kasold Drive. Graham was with his
parents, Jeff and Helen Mosley, at Sunday's picnic. Helen is the
admissions manager at LMH.

Graham Mosley, 7, Basehor, scales the rock-climbing wall at Lawrence Memorial Hospital's Old-Fashioned Community Picnic at LMH South, Clinton Parkway and Kasold Drive. Graham was with his parents, Jeff and Helen Mosley, at Sunday's picnic. Helen is the admissions manager at LMH.

Christopher Malik, an anesthesiologist at Lawrence Memorial
Hospital, accompanies his daughter, Alexa, 6, to the LMH community
picnic at LMH South. Sunday's picnic included a tour of the LMH
South facility, food and games.

Christopher Malik, an anesthesiologist at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, accompanies his daughter, Alexa, 6, to the LMH community picnic at LMH South. Sunday's picnic included a tour of the LMH South facility, food and games.

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