Representatives of Rock Chalk Revue 2005 present a check for $20,000 to the United Way during the Sept. 10 Kansas University football game in Memorial Stadium. From left are Sally Roberts, Nicole Kansier and Jeff Ruane, Rock Chalk representatives; Tim Van Leer, chairman of the KU United Way Committee; and Fred Rodriguez, United Way board president.
From left are Tony Blancas, Lindsay Ferrell, Clint Bradley, Rob Gillespie and Steve Lane. They volunteered to help during the United Way Small Business Phon-a-thon on Oct. 13. The volunteers visited with small businesses in the Lawrence area to encourage contributions to the United Way campaign.
City employees, from left, Renee Stains, Sandy Day and Rachel Palmer sell baked goods at the Oct. 19 annual city picnic. Proceeds benefited the United Way of Douglas County's fall campaign.
Jim Tate, left, and Joyce Tate, right, greet "Martin and Katie Luther" portrayed by George and Beth Crawford, at the recent Wittenberg Days celebration, which marked Reformation Day at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1245 N.H.
From left, Linda Jeffries, Nate Oehlert, Cliff Galante and Chuck Soules serve on the chili tasting panel for the annual city picnic. The chili competition was a key attraction at the city's United Way campaign event Oct. 19.
From left, Lori Michel, Onas Waltho, Sally Brandt, Betty Parks, Trina Vincent, Norma Leary, Virginia Mach, Beth Reynolds, Aletha Beckman, Linda Longino and Barbara Gearhart help "make a difference." They helped clean the Lawrence Public Library on Make A Difference Day, which was Oct. 24. They represent Altrusa International Inc. of Lawrence, the Pilot Club and Federated Women.
Youth Volunteer Council members helped at "Anna's House," a Women Build Project for Habitat for Humanity, on Nov. 5. Pictured are, back row, from left, Kim Wang, Eilish McGuinness, Jake Woodard, Cori Allen, Anna Harrington, Max Gregoire and Allyson Taylor; front row from left, Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, Kristina Taylor and Jennifer Taylor. Not pictured are Hannah Vick and Molly Sailors. Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, manager of the United Way's Roger Hill Volunteer Center, coordinates the Youth Volunteer Council activities.
Lawrence radio personality Hank Booth, second from left, poses with Central National Bank employees, from left, Amanda Vail, Adele Bisel and Jen Haase after the Small Business Phon-a-thon Oct. 13. KLWN/KLZR radio sponsored a United Way Day on the radio to encourage gifts for the small business division of the United Way campaign.
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