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April 3, 2004

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Nathan Price, 25, of Olathe, finishes the Brew to Brew run in North
Lawrence. The annual 42-mile relay and solo race was March 21. The
race benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Nathan Price, 25, of Olathe, finishes the Brew to Brew run in North Lawrence. The annual 42-mile relay and solo race was March 21. The race benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Kansas University fans Jan Howard, left, Lecompton, and Charlie
Parnell, Kansas City, Kan., lead a sing-along in St. Louis. They
attended a pre-game pep rally March 26 at the Big Bang Bar in St.
Louis. They were in St. Louis to cheer on the Jayhawk's men's
basketball team during the NCAA Tournament. The piano player is Sam
Leatherwood.

Kansas University fans Jan Howard, left, Lecompton, and Charlie Parnell, Kansas City, Kan., lead a sing-along in St. Louis. They attended a pre-game pep rally March 26 at the Big Bang Bar in St. Louis. They were in St. Louis to cheer on the Jayhawk's men's basketball team during the NCAA Tournament. The piano player is Sam Leatherwood.

Kansas University fans "wave the wheat" during a pep rally in St.
Louis. Officials estimated about 3,000 fans attended Sunday's event
before the men's basketball game against Georgia Tech University in
the NCAA Tournament.

Kansas University fans "wave the wheat" during a pep rally in St. Louis. Officials estimated about 3,000 fans attended Sunday's event before the men's basketball game against Georgia Tech University in the NCAA Tournament.

Donnis Graham, Lawrence, attends the East Lawrence Neighborhood
Assn. Yart Sale at New York School. The March 27 event was a
fund-raiser for the association's work day, block party and the
Hobbs Park mural project.

Donnis Graham, Lawrence, attends the East Lawrence Neighborhood Assn. Yart Sale at New York School. The March 27 event was a fund-raiser for the association's work day, block party and the Hobbs Park mural project.

Debbie Snyder, Topeka, and Anna Sylvester, Lawrence, look over
items for sale at the East Lawrence Neighborhood Assn. Yart Sale.
The event was March 27 at New York School.

Debbie Snyder, Topeka, and Anna Sylvester, Lawrence, look over items for sale at the East Lawrence Neighborhood Assn. Yart Sale. The event was March 27 at New York School.

Photography and handmade jewelry by alternative high school
students will be on view at Watkins Community Museum of History,
1047 Mass., through April 24. Heather Coffey, 17, an alternative
high school student, attended the March 9 opening reception for the
exhibit.

Photography and handmade jewelry by alternative high school students will be on view at Watkins Community Museum of History, 1047 Mass., through April 24. Heather Coffey, 17, an alternative high school student, attended the March 9 opening reception for the exhibit.

From left are Daryl Buchholz, K-State assistant director of
agriculture; Alex Cox, Jacob Cox, Joanna Wakeman, Lacy Hunsinger,
members of the Douglas County 4-H intermediate horticulture judging
team; and Scott Wise, vice president of Gard 'n-Wise Distributors.
The team took second place in state competition March 6 at the
Wichita Lawn and Garden Show.

From left are Daryl Buchholz, K-State assistant director of agriculture; Alex Cox, Jacob Cox, Joanna Wakeman, Lacy Hunsinger, members of the Douglas County 4-H intermediate horticulture judging team; and Scott Wise, vice president of Gard 'n-Wise Distributors. The team took second place in state competition March 6 at the Wichita Lawn and Garden Show.

From left are John Berg, Claire Dooley, Amber Budenbender, Reagon
Heikes, Larry Wilson and Erin Ashcraft. The Douglas County 4-H-ers
recently attended Capital Day with Wilson, their sponsor, to learn
more about state government. These youths are raising money to
attend Citizenship Washington Focus in July in Washington, D.C.

From left are John Berg, Claire Dooley, Amber Budenbender, Reagon Heikes, Larry Wilson and Erin Ashcraft. The Douglas County 4-H-ers recently attended Capital Day with Wilson, their sponsor, to learn more about state government. These youths are raising money to attend Citizenship Washington Focus in July in Washington, D.C.

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