Douglas County 4-H'ers work in the Lawrence Flower Lawn &
Garden Show's concession stand to raise money for their trip to
Washington, D.C. These youths will spend seven days in Washington,
D.C., learning about government and seeing historic sites. From
left are Alison Mesler, Alyssa Golden, Mary Cox and Kaleb Horne.
From left, Gabi, Rebecca and Elizabeth Gant take a break from
helping clean April 10 at Hidden Valley Camp in Lawrence. The camp
was established for Girl Scout use in 1956.
From left, Girl Scouts Mariam Ali, Devon Lohrenz and Raven Graves
help during a spring cleanup at Hidden Valley Camp, just northwest
of Kasold Drive and Bob Billings Parkway. The work day was April
The Lawrence Soroptimist Club sponsored an afternoon tea with
Altrusa International Inc. of Lawrence and the Lawrence Pilot Club.
The event was April 9. From left are Michelle Heller, Dottie
Nordlund, Connie Boring, Linda Mullens and Barbara Murphy. Boring
is the president of the Lawrence Soroptimist Club.
Douglas County 4-H Ambassadors take time out of their training to
pose for a picture. Ambassadors attended workshops on marketing
techniques to educate the public about opportunities in 4-H.
Pictured are, back row from left, Michelle Colgan, Michael Krumm
and Margaret Pendleton; front row from left, Rebecca Hinshaw, Jenn
Crawford, Casey Davis and Kari Hadl.
Girl Scout Troop 656 leaders Trish Pflummerfelt, back row left, and
Debby McNemee, back row right, and their Scouts helped during a
spring cleanup April 10 at Hidden Valley Camp, just northwest of
the corner of Kasold Drive and Bob Billings Parkway.
From left, Elizabeth Edens, Cameron Edens and Olivia Marshall, all
of Lawrence, load brush during spring maintenance day at Hidden
Valley Camp in Lawrence. Friends of Hidden Valley organized the
April 10 cleanup day.
Pizza was the reward for those who helped during a spring cleanup
April 10 at Hidden Valley Camp in Lawrence. Enjoying their meal
are, from left, Robyn Pflummerfelt, Michaela Hernandez, Andrea
Mills, Jacob Mills and Samantha Mills.
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