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July 24, 2004

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Debbie Kurtz, left, and Connie Rockers, members of St. Jude Circle
No. 1127, Daughters of Isabella, worked on the club's banner for
Relay for Life, which was June 4-5 at Free State High School. They
worked on the banner May 24 at the home of Rockers. The club's
theme was Kickin' Up Our Heels For a Cure." Relay for Life raises
money for the American Cancer Society.

Debbie Kurtz, left, and Connie Rockers, members of St. Jude Circle No. 1127, Daughters of Isabella, worked on the club's banner for Relay for Life, which was June 4-5 at Free State High School. They worked on the banner May 24 at the home of Rockers. The club's theme was Kickin' Up Our Heels For a Cure." Relay for Life raises money for the American Cancer Society.

Brenda and Brett Meyers, left, and Russell and Camille Wheeler
attend "What Floats Your Boat." More than $12,000 was raised to
support Van Go Mobile Arts' mission of job and life skills training
for disadvantaged youth ages 14-21. Russell Wheeler, owner of
Midwest Transportation, donated limousine service for the JAMS
teens for the event, which was June 12 at Clinton Lake Marina.

Brenda and Brett Meyers, left, and Russell and Camille Wheeler attend "What Floats Your Boat." More than $12,000 was raised to support Van Go Mobile Arts' mission of job and life skills training for disadvantaged youth ages 14-21. Russell Wheeler, owner of Midwest Transportation, donated limousine service for the JAMS teens for the event, which was June 12 at Clinton Lake Marina.

Master Mason Robert Etherton, a member of Lawrence Masonic Lodge
No. 6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Jean. The award
was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4 at the Holcom Recreation
Center, 2700 W. 27th St.

Master Mason Robert Etherton, a member of Lawrence Masonic Lodge No. 6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Jean. The award was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4 at the Holcom Recreation Center, 2700 W. 27th St.

Master Mason Francis Worley, left, a member of Lawrence Masonic
Lodge No. 6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Bonnie. The
award was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4. Grand Master
Allan L. Hurlburt, of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted
Masons of Kansas, watches.

Master Mason Francis Worley, left, a member of Lawrence Masonic Lodge No. 6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Bonnie. The award was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4. Grand Master Allan L. Hurlburt, of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Kansas, watches.

Master Mason Marion Manion, a member of Lawrence Masonic Lodge No.
6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Charlene. The award
was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4 at the Holcom Recreation
Center in Lawrence.

Master Mason Marion Manion, a member of Lawrence Masonic Lodge No. 6, receives his 50-year medal from his wife, Charlene. The award was pinned on him during ceremonies June 4 at the Holcom Recreation Center in Lawrence.

From left, Shelly Bender, Jeanne and Ric Averill, and Steve and
Betsy Clark attend "What Floats Your Boat," a fund-raising event
for Van Go Mobile Arts. The fund-raiser was June 12 at Clinton Lake
Marina. More than 300 people attended the first-year event, which
featured a boat parade, food, drinks, dancing and a live auction.

From left, Shelly Bender, Jeanne and Ric Averill, and Steve and Betsy Clark attend "What Floats Your Boat," a fund-raising event for Van Go Mobile Arts. The fund-raiser was June 12 at Clinton Lake Marina. More than 300 people attended the first-year event, which featured a boat parade, food, drinks, dancing and a live auction.

From left are Connie Rockers, Debbie Kurtz, Janet Huss and Kathie
Baldwin. They were among the members of St. Jude Circle No. 1127,
Daughters of Isabella, who participated in Relay for Life at Free
State High School. The June 4-5 event raised money for the American
Cancer Society. Their campsite won second place for best decorated
site.

From left are Connie Rockers, Debbie Kurtz, Janet Huss and Kathie Baldwin. They were among the members of St. Jude Circle No. 1127, Daughters of Isabella, who participated in Relay for Life at Free State High School. The June 4-5 event raised money for the American Cancer Society. Their campsite won second place for best decorated site.

Congressman Dennis Moore, center, visits the Van Go JAMS worksite
during the Benchmark 2004 program. Pictured with Moore are JAMS
apprentice artists LaToya Sweets, left, and Kim Muse. Twenty
apprentice artists are working this summer to create custom benches
commissioned by local businesses and individuals.

Congressman Dennis Moore, center, visits the Van Go JAMS worksite during the Benchmark 2004 program. Pictured with Moore are JAMS apprentice artists LaToya Sweets, left, and Kim Muse. Twenty apprentice artists are working this summer to create custom benches commissioned by local businesses and individuals.

Dale Willey, chairman of Dale Willey Automotive, presents a $1,500
check to Susan Hazlett, executive director of the Lawrence Schools
Foundation, for the Lawrence public schools' automotive
vocational-technical program. He presented the check June 30 at the
dealership, 2840 Iowa. Willey qualified for ambassador status with
the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, enabling him
to designate the donation, every three years, to the charity of his
choice. Dale Willey Automotive and Lawrence High School are
Lawrence Education Achievement Partners.

Dale Willey, chairman of Dale Willey Automotive, presents a $1,500 check to Susan Hazlett, executive director of the Lawrence Schools Foundation, for the Lawrence public schools' automotive vocational-technical program. He presented the check June 30 at the dealership, 2840 Iowa. Willey qualified for ambassador status with the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, enabling him to designate the donation, every three years, to the charity of his choice. Dale Willey Automotive and Lawrence High School are Lawrence Education Achievement Partners.

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