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August 28, 2004

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Amy Gottschamer, owner of Googols of Fun in Lawrence, tries to
raise "bail money" at the Hereford House, Sixth Street and Wakarusa
Drive. She participated Aug. 19 in the Jail and Bail fund-raiser
for the March of Dimes. Gottschamer was one of about 40
participants.

Amy Gottschamer, owner of Googols of Fun in Lawrence, tries to raise "bail money" at the Hereford House, Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive. She participated Aug. 19 in the Jail and Bail fund-raiser for the March of Dimes. Gottschamer was one of about 40 participants.

From left, Don Edman, Gary Beasley and Rene Santos, members of the
Lawrence Noon Lions Club, grill hot dogs and hamburgers at a picnic
for Lawrence residents with visual impairments. The picnic was June
19 at Holcom Park.

From left, Don Edman, Gary Beasley and Rene Santos, members of the Lawrence Noon Lions Club, grill hot dogs and hamburgers at a picnic for Lawrence residents with visual impairments. The picnic was June 19 at Holcom Park.

Participants take part in a water exercise class at Brandon Woods
Retirement Community. They posed for a picture during a luncheon on
July 27 at Mr. Gatti's in Lawrence. The lunch was in honor of Mary
Ann Hicklin, front row third from left, who is undergoing
chemotherapy. Class members wore hats instead of shaving their hair
as she jokingly requested. Pictured are, front row from left, Jean
Mattison, Virginia Grob, Mary Ann Hicklin and Elaine Mulliken; back
row from left, Pat Nicholas, class instructor, Vivian Hunter,
Vivian Clark, Fran Ogle, Melinda Milleret, Doris Hughes, Aline
Kline, Jean O'Toole, Lois Groh and Nancy Kasberger. Not pictured
are Lee Percival, Mary Harman and Betty Nichols.

Participants take part in a water exercise class at Brandon Woods Retirement Community. They posed for a picture during a luncheon on July 27 at Mr. Gatti's in Lawrence. The lunch was in honor of Mary Ann Hicklin, front row third from left, who is undergoing chemotherapy. Class members wore hats instead of shaving their hair as she jokingly requested. Pictured are, front row from left, Jean Mattison, Virginia Grob, Mary Ann Hicklin and Elaine Mulliken; back row from left, Pat Nicholas, class instructor, Vivian Hunter, Vivian Clark, Fran Ogle, Melinda Milleret, Doris Hughes, Aline Kline, Jean O'Toole, Lois Groh and Nancy Kasberger. Not pictured are Lee Percival, Mary Harman and Betty Nichols.

These are the 2004-2005 officers of the Lawrence Noon Lions Club.
They were installed during a special meeting June 15 at Hereford
House, Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive. Pictured are, back row from
left, Ken Rowen, secretary; Gary Beasley, membership director; John
Harvat, second vice president; Don Edman, board of directors; and
Don Dunn, first vice president; front row from left, Martha Roush,
Lion tamer; Robin Jordan, tail twister; Mary Gordon, president; and
Margaret Thorp, co-treasurer. Not pictured are Sue Neustifter,
co-treasurer, Chris Landry and Richard Woodson, board members.

These are the 2004-2005 officers of the Lawrence Noon Lions Club. They were installed during a special meeting June 15 at Hereford House, Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive. Pictured are, back row from left, Ken Rowen, secretary; Gary Beasley, membership director; John Harvat, second vice president; Don Edman, board of directors; and Don Dunn, first vice president; front row from left, Martha Roush, Lion tamer; Robin Jordan, tail twister; Mary Gordon, president; and Margaret Thorp, co-treasurer. Not pictured are Sue Neustifter, co-treasurer, Chris Landry and Richard Woodson, board members.

Kansas University Writing Center employees and friends visited the
Ivan Boyd Memorial Prairie Preserve near Baldwin on their
historical road trip. The trip was Aug. 1. Pictured, from left, are
Kami Day, Mark Volmut, Jackie McClenney, Jen Humphrey, Noel Rasor,
Mark Anderson, Sean Ringey, Ashlea Woodard, Caleb Poterbin, Ami
Sommariva, Dan Brobst, Moira Ozias and Byron Gerlach.

Kansas University Writing Center employees and friends visited the Ivan Boyd Memorial Prairie Preserve near Baldwin on their historical road trip. The trip was Aug. 1. Pictured, from left, are Kami Day, Mark Volmut, Jackie McClenney, Jen Humphrey, Noel Rasor, Mark Anderson, Sean Ringey, Ashlea Woodard, Caleb Poterbin, Ami Sommariva, Dan Brobst, Moira Ozias and Byron Gerlach.

Eric Walther, co-owner of Strawberry Hill Christmas Tree Farm,
tries to raise "bail money." He participated in the Jail and Bail
fund-raiser for the March of Dimes. The event raised about $17,000.

Eric Walther, co-owner of Strawberry Hill Christmas Tree Farm, tries to raise "bail money." He participated in the Jail and Bail fund-raiser for the March of Dimes. The event raised about $17,000.

Anna Werner, an intern with March of Dimes, left, escorts Danny
Lucas, Lawrence, to "jail." Lucas, of Rock Chalk Car Wash,
participated in the Jail and Bail fund-raiser on Aug. 19 at the
Hereford House, Lawrence. He raised "bail money," which benefited
the March of Dimes, an agency that helps improve the health of
babies by preventing birth defects and infant mortality.

Anna Werner, an intern with March of Dimes, left, escorts Danny Lucas, Lawrence, to "jail." Lucas, of Rock Chalk Car Wash, participated in the Jail and Bail fund-raiser on Aug. 19 at the Hereford House, Lawrence. He raised "bail money," which benefited the March of Dimes, an agency that helps improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects and infant mortality.

Area residents attend a viewing of the film "Outfoxed," about the
systematic bias in Fox news programs. They watched the film July 18
at the home of Joey Sprague, Lawrence. It was one of three watch
parties in Lawrence and one of about 3,000 nationwide.

Area residents attend a viewing of the film "Outfoxed," about the systematic bias in Fox news programs. They watched the film July 18 at the home of Joey Sprague, Lawrence. It was one of three watch parties in Lawrence and one of about 3,000 nationwide.

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