Gloria Bagby, left, and Darlene Lovelett look at some pictures
before a salad luncheon given by the Lawrence Central United
Methodist Women. The group invited other United Methodist Women
groups on June 16 to share stories about the women's mission work
at their churches.
St. Jude Circle 1127 members attend the Kansas State Daughters of
Isabella semi-annual conference in Great Bend. Pictured are, back
row from left, Jean O'Toole, Rebecca Ford, Mary Walker, Circle
regent Dee Morgison, past state regent Connie Rockers; front row
from left, Debbie Filkins, state treasurer Janet Huss, Lori
Wickliffe and Debbie Kurtz. Ford conducted a session on the club's
motto, "Unity, Friendship and Charity," during the April 17
Bishop Seabury Academy students Laura Frizell, left, and Gary
Gardner show one of the many items offered during the live auction
at a benefit for the school. The event was April 24 at the school,
4120 Clinton Parkway.
From left are Dennis and Teresa King, Val and Beth Stella, and
Stacey and Reed Dillon. They attended the Bishop Seabury Academy
Benefit Auction on April 24 at the academy, 4120 Clinton Parkway.
The Kings were the auction co-chairs and will be the 2005 auction
chairs. The Stellas were the auction chairs, and the Dillons were
auction party chairs. The event raised more than $66,000 for the
From left, Steven King, Matt Parker, Betsy Alford, Bani Singh and
Elise Stella attend the Bishop Seabury Academy Benefit Auction.
They were among those who assisted with the April 24 event.
Steve Steinbach, left, and Dick Leines, second from the left, hold
their 2004 Caring & Commitment Awards for their significant
contributions to Cottonwood Inc. They have worked for the
organization for more than 10 years. They posed with Cottonwood
Inc. executive director Sharon Spratt and the presidents of the
Cottonwood Foundation and Cottonwood Inc. board of trustees, John
Tacha and Kelly Drake. They received the honors during the
Cottonwood Classies on April 26 at Lawrence High School.
Tom Groene, left, Cottonwood Foundation treasurer, poses with
Cottonwood Inc. executive director Sharon Spratt and the presidents
of the Cottonwood Foundation and Cottonwood Inc. board of trustees,
John Tacha and Kelly Drake. Groene was recognized for his years of
dedication and service to Cottonwood as a member of the Cottonwood
Foundation board of trustees and his many years of working with the
Kansas Open golf tournament. He was recognized during the
Cottonwood Classies on April 26 at the Lawrence High School
Jack and Rosemary Murphy attend the Bishop Seabury Academy Benefit
Auction. The April 24 event, which had a circus theme, raised more
than $66,000 for the school.
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