Carrie Mayhew, Lawrence, and her son Thomas, 7, watch the Kansas
University Relays. They attended the event last Saturday at
State Rep. Barbara Ballard, D-Lawrence, left, visits with Beverly
Smith Billings at the Women's Recognition Program. The program,
which honored 19 Kansas University students, faculty, staff and
alumni, was Tuesday in the Big 12 Room in the Kansas Union.
From left, Jan Vaughn, Arkie Vaughn and Tom Groene, all of
Lawrence, attend the Kansas University Relays. They watched the
competition last Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
From left, Rene Brown, Vern Norwood and Christine Kenney attend the
Women's Recognition Program at Kansas University. Kenney, a KU
graduate and Douglas County district attorney, was named to the
Women's Hall of Fame during Tuesday's program.
Jane Hemenway, left, presents a $200 check to the "best of show"
winners of the Canstruction contest. Members of the winning group
were, second from left, Meredith VanLoenen, Chris Berger and Jack
Low, of Trinity Episcopal Church Youth Group, and Theresa Roach and
Donna Griffin, of Gould Evans Associates. The fund-raising event
was last Saturday at CornerBank in Lawrence. It raised money for
youth groups and helped fill Lawrence food pantries. The group
designed a Jamaican flag using canned goods.
Paula Kyriakos and Michelle Jones, both members of Girl Scout Troop
623, hold the trophies that their group won during a Canstruction
fund-raising project. The troop and Sabatini & Associates
Architects won trophies for structural ingenuity and honorable
mention. They designed a Snoopy doghouse from canned goods. The
project represented the troop's volunteer work with the Lawrence
Humane Society. The event, which raised money for area youth groups
and helped fill local food pantries, was Saturday at CornerBank in
Kansas University alumni and football fans, from left, are Pat
Herrin, Stella Dyer, Kermit Dyer and Keith Herrin. The Lawrence
residents attended the KU spring football game Sunday at Memorial
Stadium. A few sprinkles didn't keep these Jayhawk fans from
getting an early0 glimpse of the football team.
The Wakarusa Group of Sierra Club poses for a picture during a
clean-up project at the Haskell-Baker Wetlands. Pictured are, back
row from left, Jerry Sipe, Michael Caron, Erwin Campbell, Mike
Campbell, Byron Wiley and Roger Boyd; front row from left, Lisa
Grossman, Jim Hasselle, Kelly Barth and Pam Lovett. Boyd, chairman
of the department of biology at Baker University, directed the
service project, which involved clearing brush and limbs from the
boardwalk and the north levee trail. Others who helped with the
April 1 project were Susan Iverson, Larry Maxey, Carey
Maynard-Moody, Dana Carlton, Jesse Carlton, Daniel Poule and
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