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April 9, 2005

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Grand Knight John Callewaert, center, presents checks to Barbara
Bishop, left, of ARC of Douglas County, and Peggy Wallert, of
Cottonwood Inc. The organizations each received $1,853.65. The
Knights donated money that was raised during October's Tootsie Roll
drive.

Grand Knight John Callewaert, center, presents checks to Barbara Bishop, left, of ARC of Douglas County, and Peggy Wallert, of Cottonwood Inc. The organizations each received $1,853.65. The Knights donated money that was raised during October's Tootsie Roll drive.

Logan Masenthin, 11, and her mentor Beth Dwyer, of Eudora, are
pictured at Logan's bake sale. She organized and sponsored a bake
sale Feb. 27 at Immanuel Lutheran Church to raise money for the
Lawrence Open Shelter/Drop-In Center. Her sale raised $167. Logan
and Dwyer used the proceeds and donations they collected from
church members to buy toiletries and food items for the shelter.
The project was a service learning project for Immanuel Lutheran
Church's early communion and Christian mentoring program. Logan's
parents are Lee and Tricia Masenthin, Lawrence, and Doug and
Melissa Jackson, Kansas City, Mo.

Logan Masenthin, 11, and her mentor Beth Dwyer, of Eudora, are pictured at Logan's bake sale. She organized and sponsored a bake sale Feb. 27 at Immanuel Lutheran Church to raise money for the Lawrence Open Shelter/Drop-In Center. Her sale raised $167. Logan and Dwyer used the proceeds and donations they collected from church members to buy toiletries and food items for the shelter. The project was a service learning project for Immanuel Lutheran Church's early communion and Christian mentoring program. Logan's parents are Lee and Tricia Masenthin, Lawrence, and Doug and Melissa Jackson, Kansas City, Mo.

From left, Curtis Wakeman, Chris Orlando, Frank Male and Joanna
Wakeman, all of Douglas County, attend Kansas Farm Bureau's annual
Capitol Experience program. The program was Feb. 23 in Topeka. It
is designed to provide students a firsthand look at Kansas
government. The group had breakfast with the legislators, toured
the Capitol, attended committee meetings and observed the House and
Senate in session. They were sponsored by Douglas County Farm
Bureau.

From left, Curtis Wakeman, Chris Orlando, Frank Male and Joanna Wakeman, all of Douglas County, attend Kansas Farm Bureau's annual Capitol Experience program. The program was Feb. 23 in Topeka. It is designed to provide students a firsthand look at Kansas government. The group had breakfast with the legislators, toured the Capitol, attended committee meetings and observed the House and Senate in session. They were sponsored by Douglas County Farm Bureau.

Brian Walter, left, and Steve Menke serve food during the Knights
of Columbus Council 1372 breakfast at St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church. The March 13 event raised money for scholarships.
The Knights present two $500 scholarships each year. One goes to a
graduating high school senior who is Catholic. The other goes to a
Knight or family member.

Brian Walter, left, and Steve Menke serve food during the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 breakfast at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The March 13 event raised money for scholarships. The Knights present two $500 scholarships each year. One goes to a graduating high school senior who is Catholic. The other goes to a Knight or family member.

David Ambler, president of the 2004 United Way of Douglas County
board, recognizes board members who ended their terms in March.
From left are Judy Billings, Ambler, Betty Morris and Dee Bisel.
Not pictured are Al Ballard, Mike Maddox and Jessica St. Clair. The
group gathered for the United Way of Douglas County's annual
meeting Feb. 24 at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H.

David Ambler, president of the 2004 United Way of Douglas County board, recognizes board members who ended their terms in March. From left are Judy Billings, Ambler, Betty Morris and Dee Bisel. Not pictured are Al Ballard, Mike Maddox and Jessica St. Clair. The group gathered for the United Way of Douglas County's annual meeting Feb. 24 at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H.

Lenora Crumet, left, volunteers for the Douglas County Visiting
Nurses Assn., receives recognition as a Wallace Galluzzi 2004
Volunteer of the Year honoree at the United Way of Douglas County
annual meeting. Marie Galluzzi Potter, center, and Dee Bisel
presented Crumet with flowers and a certificate Feb. 24.

Lenora Crumet, left, volunteers for the Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn., receives recognition as a Wallace Galluzzi 2004 Volunteer of the Year honoree at the United Way of Douglas County annual meeting. Marie Galluzzi Potter, center, and Dee Bisel presented Crumet with flowers and a certificate Feb. 24.

Fred Mersmann, at front table left, visits with Lois and Clyde
Mersmann during the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 breakfast at
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The breakfast raised funds
for scholarships. Pictured at the back tables, from left, are Nancy
Copp, Mary and Ken Callicott, and Bob and Dorothy McGreevy.

Fred Mersmann, at front table left, visits with Lois and Clyde Mersmann during the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 breakfast at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The breakfast raised funds for scholarships. Pictured at the back tables, from left, are Nancy Copp, Mary and Ken Callicott, and Bob and Dorothy McGreevy.

Bob and Dorothy McGreevy attend the Knights of Columbus Council
1372 breakfast at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The
March 13 breakfast raised funds for scholarships.

Bob and Dorothy McGreevy attend the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 breakfast at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The March 13 breakfast raised funds for scholarships.

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