Master gardeners Rodger Johnson and Connie Spitz provide gardening
information and help to solve garden problems for people who
attended the first Fall Garden Festival. The event, which was
sponsored by the Douglas County Extension Master Gardeners, was
Oct. 2 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Cardinal Brands employees gather for a picture at Brookcreek
Learning Center. They helped clean around the center during the
United Way of Douglas County's Fall Day of Caring on Sept. 24. From
left are Michelle Spreer, Jamie Sinclair, Ginny Fuerst, Gloria
Hopkins, Jacque Russell and Chuck Cox.
Capitol Federal Savings employees deliver food to Penn House during
the United Way of Douglas County's Fall Day of Caring. From left
are Travis Sullivan, Jenn Oehlert, Jaime Sauer and Nathan Oehlert.
They volunteered Sept. 24.
University National Bank employees, from left, Lori Kloepper and
Annette Thede deliver nonperishable foods to Pelathe Community
Resource Center during the Fall Day of Caring. Caroline Hicks, of
Pelathe center, and Linda Elwell, right, chairwoman of the Fall Day
of Caring, helped unload the food Sept. 24 at the center.
Pearson Government Solutions employees, from left, Anthony Case,
Rachelle Lee, Alex Louis and Diana Hirahoka volunteer their time to
clean the back yard of a Visiting Nurses Assn. client's home. They
participated in the United Way of Douglas County's Fall Day of
Caring on Sept. 24.
Central National Bank employees paint walls at Van Go Mobile Arts
during the United Way of Douglas County's Fall Day of Caring. From
left are Rob Gillespie, Tom Koemig, Adele Bisel, Mark Sedlak and
Amanda Vail. They helped the nonprofit organization on Sept. 24.
Intrust Bank employees Doug Gaumer, left, and Don Johnston
volunteer at the Salvation Army. They participated Sept. 24 in the
United Way of Douglas County's Fall Day of Caring.
Master gardeners Barbara Kelly, center, and Cyd Schnacke, right,
welcome people to the inaugural Fall Garden Festival. The event was
Oct. 2 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. It involved talks and
demonstrations on gardening methods, commercial exhibits on
gardening and landscaping, educational children's activities, a
plant sale and help in solving gardening and landscaping problems.
Master gardener Joan Reiber, left, guides Sue Givens and her
grandchildren Harrison and Rachel Heeb in the fine art of making
"Grass Head People." Reiber gave a lesson about seed germination at
the Fall Garden Festival Oct. 2 at the Douglas County 4-H
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