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February 19, 2005

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From left are Charles Decedue, executive director of Kansas
University's Higuchi Biosciences Center; Clay Blair, chairman of
the Kansas Bioscience Authority; and Tracy Taylor, president and
chief executive officer of the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corp.
They attended the annual meeting of the Lawrence Technology Assn.
Feb. 3 at Hereford House, 4931 W. Sixth St.

From left are Charles Decedue, executive director of Kansas University's Higuchi Biosciences Center; Clay Blair, chairman of the Kansas Bioscience Authority; and Tracy Taylor, president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corp. They attended the annual meeting of the Lawrence Technology Assn. Feb. 3 at Hereford House, 4931 W. Sixth St.

From left are Jessica Nau, Jennifer Anderson and Christopher Nau
being held by his father, Tom Nau. They participated in the Knights
of Columbus Council 1372 Tootsie Roll Drive Oct. 8-10 at Westlake
Hardware.

From left are Jessica Nau, Jennifer Anderson and Christopher Nau being held by his father, Tom Nau. They participated in the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 Tootsie Roll Drive Oct. 8-10 at Westlake Hardware.

2005 Lawrence Leadership class members, from left, Jane Blocher,
Lynn Parman and Scott McMichael practice their broadcasting skills
at 6News. They participated in Civic Roles and Media Day on Jan. 27
at The World Company.

2005 Lawrence Leadership class members, from left, Jane Blocher, Lynn Parman and Scott McMichael practice their broadcasting skills at 6News. They participated in Civic Roles and Media Day on Jan. 27 at The World Company.

Kris McNish, Lawrence, holds her son, Zackary, at Lawrence Memorial
Hospital where she received books from the Altrusa Club of
Lawrence. The club presented 1,200 books to LMH for new mothers.
The donation is in memory of Ethel Rice. Pictured, from left
standing, are Betty Parks, club member; Lori Michel, club member;
Joyce Steiner, youth services coordinator at Lawrence Public
Library, Nancy Hambleton, club member; and Isabel Schmedemann,
director of the maternal/child department at LMH.

Kris McNish, Lawrence, holds her son, Zackary, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital where she received books from the Altrusa Club of Lawrence. The club presented 1,200 books to LMH for new mothers. The donation is in memory of Ethel Rice. Pictured, from left standing, are Betty Parks, club member; Lori Michel, club member; Joyce Steiner, youth services coordinator at Lawrence Public Library, Nancy Hambleton, club member; and Isabel Schmedemann, director of the maternal/child department at LMH.

Kim Bodensteiner, third from left, speaks during a media session
for the 2005 Leadership Lawrence class. Other class members,
pictured clockwise around the table from Bodensteiner, are Ndeye
Ceesay, Kevin Boatright, Hank Booth, Doug Gaumer, Maria Martin,
Kiersten Gens, Jamie Lowe and Brad Chindamo. The class met Jan. 27
at the News Center. Pictured in back at right is Charlene Droste,
session coordinator.

Kim Bodensteiner, third from left, speaks during a media session for the 2005 Leadership Lawrence class. Other class members, pictured clockwise around the table from Bodensteiner, are Ndeye Ceesay, Kevin Boatright, Hank Booth, Doug Gaumer, Maria Martin, Kiersten Gens, Jamie Lowe and Brad Chindamo. The class met Jan. 27 at the News Center. Pictured in back at right is Charlene Droste, session coordinator.

Keith Braman, associate director for applied technology at Kansas
University's Information and Telecommunication Technology Center,
left, discusses prospects for Lawrence's growing technology
activity with Greg DiVilbiss, of The Bristol Groupe. They chatted
before the Feb. 3 annual meeting of the Lawrence Technology Assn.
at Hereford House.

Keith Braman, associate director for applied technology at Kansas University's Information and Telecommunication Technology Center, left, discusses prospects for Lawrence's growing technology activity with Greg DiVilbiss, of The Bristol Groupe. They chatted before the Feb. 3 annual meeting of the Lawrence Technology Assn. at Hereford House.

From left, Carolyn Landgrebe, retired teacher from Riverside and
New York schools, visits with Pete Curran and Judge James Paddock,
both trustees with the Ethel and Raymond Rice Foundation, at the
new library at East Heights Early Childhood Family Center. The
Lawrence Schools Foundation obtained funding for the library with a
$59,000 grant from the foundation.

From left, Carolyn Landgrebe, retired teacher from Riverside and New York schools, visits with Pete Curran and Judge James Paddock, both trustees with the Ethel and Raymond Rice Foundation, at the new library at East Heights Early Childhood Family Center. The Lawrence Schools Foundation obtained funding for the library with a $59,000 grant from the foundation.

Linda Anguiano, second from left, Joey Anguiano, center, and Nic
Anguiano participate in the Knights of Columbus Council 1372
Tootsie Roll Drive. They volunteered their time to raise money
during the drive, Oct. 8-10, at Dillons, Sixth Street and Lawrence
Avenue. Twenty percent of the money raised went to special Olympics
basketball in Hays and 80 percent was distributed to Cottonwood
Inc. and ARC of Douglas County. The Dillons employee at far left is
unidentified.

Linda Anguiano, second from left, Joey Anguiano, center, and Nic Anguiano participate in the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 Tootsie Roll Drive. They volunteered their time to raise money during the drive, Oct. 8-10, at Dillons, Sixth Street and Lawrence Avenue. Twenty percent of the money raised went to special Olympics basketball in Hays and 80 percent was distributed to Cottonwood Inc. and ARC of Douglas County. The Dillons employee at far left is unidentified.

From left, Drew Fox, 11, Beth Fox and Johnathan Fox, 14,
participate in the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 Tootsie Roll
Drive Oct. 8-10 at Wal-Mart in Lawrence. The fund-raiser benefitted
special Olympics, Cottonwood Inc. and ARC of Douglas County.

From left, Drew Fox, 11, Beth Fox and Johnathan Fox, 14, participate in the Knights of Columbus Council 1372 Tootsie Roll Drive Oct. 8-10 at Wal-Mart in Lawrence. The fund-raiser benefitted special Olympics, Cottonwood Inc. and ARC of Douglas County.

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