Julie Bortner-Scharf, Lawrence, looks over decorative ornaments at
Art in the Park. The 43rd annual event, sponsored by the Lawrence
Art Guild, was Sunday in South Park.
Beth Ankerholz, left, Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center
information technology director, and Lauraine Mulally, Lawrence,
look at a copy of the center's history. A 1940 photo of Mulally and
Dr. Bert Nash appears on the page at left. The women attended the
center's 18th annual Pioneer Celebration on April 20.
Dr. Doug Witt, left, and Dr. Henry Remple accept the Pioneer Award
on behalf of recipient Dr. Sandra Shaw, who was unable to attend
the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center's Pioneer Celebration.
The event was April 20. Witt is a former Bert Nash clinical
director, and Remple is a former board member.
From left, Jean Milstead, David Adams, Marilyn Bittenbender,
Shirley Martin-Smith and Chris Squier visit during the Bert Nash
Community Mental Health Center's 18th Pioneer Celebration. Milstead
and Bittenbender are Bert Nash board members, and Martin-Smith is a
former board member. Adams is chairman of the center's endowment
trustees. Squier, director of the Safe Schools Healthy Students
project for the Lawrence public schools, was the event's keynote
speaker. The celebration was April 20.
Erica Wilcoxson, Lawrence, helps her son Avery, 1, go down the
slide during the Red School Rockin' Jamboree at the Lawrence
Community Nursery School. Last Saturday's event, which included
live music, food and games, was a fund-raiser for the school.
From left, Jean Milstead, Jane Bateman, Shirley Martin-Smith and
Marilyn Bittenbender attend the Bert Nash Community Mental Health
Center's 18th Pioneer Celebration. Milstead is the new chairwoman
of the center's governing board, Bateman and Martin-Smith are
former board chairwomen, and Bittenbender is outgoing board
chairwoman. The celebration was April 20.
From left, Lawrence African Violet Club members Kathy Davids, Della
Hadley, Gertrude Tweddell and Sharon Morrow discuss their plants.
The members recently met to discuss the club's Mother's Day plant
sale, which is today at The Malls Shopping Center, 23rd and
Louisiana streets. Pictured in the background are ribbons that
Hadley has received for her African violets.
Elizabeth Godinez, Lawrence, 6, has a dragonfly painted on her face
by Mishea Obiji, Lawrence, during the Red School Rockin' Jamboree
at the Lawrence Community Nursery School. Last Saturday's event was
a fund-raiser for the school.
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