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July 16, 2005

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Steven Jacques, right, shown with his wife, Christine Colby, was the featured speaker at the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel. Jacques, a Dole Institute inaugural fellow, spoke about the advance work he did during various presidential campaigns. Colby is a Broadway dancer and actress.

Steven Jacques, right, shown with his wife, Christine Colby, was the featured speaker at the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel. Jacques, a Dole Institute inaugural fellow, spoke about the advance work he did during various presidential campaigns. Colby is a Broadway dancer and actress.

Orvel Criqui, left, chairman of the Lawrence Kiwanis Club's Substantial Citizen Committee, poses with Erv Hodges, former Lawrence mayor and city commissioner. Hodges and Dolph C. Simons Jr., editor of the Lawrence Journal-World and chairman of The World Company, received the club's Substantial Citizen Award for 2005 at the club's May 19 meeting.

Orvel Criqui, left, chairman of the Lawrence Kiwanis Club's Substantial Citizen Committee, poses with Erv Hodges, former Lawrence mayor and city commissioner. Hodges and Dolph C. Simons Jr., editor of the Lawrence Journal-World and chairman of The World Company, received the club's Substantial Citizen Award for 2005 at the club's May 19 meeting.

Members of the Minervan Literary Club of Lawrence pose with novelist Tom Mach, in front, at their speaker's luncheon March 10 at Perkins Restaurant. From left are Avilla Lee, Ida Jean Bartz, Betty Allen, Betty Brune, Valerie Farley Moreau, Donna Gatts, Elaine Taylor and Virginia Edwards.

Members of the Minervan Literary Club of Lawrence pose with novelist Tom Mach, in front, at their speaker's luncheon March 10 at Perkins Restaurant. From left are Avilla Lee, Ida Jean Bartz, Betty Allen, Betty Brune, Valerie Farley Moreau, Donna Gatts, Elaine Taylor and Virginia Edwards.

New officers of the Lawrence Women's Network for 2005-2006 are, from left, Rusty Thomas, past president; Dorothy Devlin, secretary; Connie Warkins, vice president; Janis Bunker, president; Betty Markley, treasurer; and Marsha Stevens, social director. Not pictured is Debbie Liddel, membership director. The networking organization is a business/social organization for professional and management women. It has been in existence since 1982.

New officers of the Lawrence Women's Network for 2005-2006 are, from left, Rusty Thomas, past president; Dorothy Devlin, secretary; Connie Warkins, vice president; Janis Bunker, president; Betty Markley, treasurer; and Marsha Stevens, social director. Not pictured is Debbie Liddel, membership director. The networking organization is a business/social organization for professional and management women. It has been in existence since 1982.

From left, Glenda Stevens, Cathy O'Donnell and Elaine Marra attend the Volunteer and Student recognition luncheon June 11 in the Crystal Room of the Eldridge Hotel. The luncheon was given for volunteers and students of the Dole Institute of Politics.

From left, Glenda Stevens, Cathy O'Donnell and Elaine Marra attend the Volunteer and Student recognition luncheon June 11 in the Crystal Room of the Eldridge Hotel. The luncheon was given for volunteers and students of the Dole Institute of Politics.

Gardeners, from left, Marie Willis, Jack Landgrebe, Carolyn Landgrebe, Pat Lechtenberg, Margarete Johnson, Thelma Chapman, Joan Craig, Arlis Stebbins, Mary Ann Ring, Stan Ring and Shari Head pose for a picture after the 2005 Douglas County Garden tour, which was organized by the Extension Master Gardeners. Their gardens were on the tour.

Gardeners, from left, Marie Willis, Jack Landgrebe, Carolyn Landgrebe, Pat Lechtenberg, Margarete Johnson, Thelma Chapman, Joan Craig, Arlis Stebbins, Mary Ann Ring, Stan Ring and Shari Head pose for a picture after the 2005 Douglas County Garden tour, which was organized by the Extension Master Gardeners. Their gardens were on the tour.

From left, Sandra Miller, Allan Miller and Gwen Dobson attend the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel.

From left, Sandra Miller, Allan Miller and Gwen Dobson attend the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel.

From left are Nancy Hale-Martinko, Ed Martinko, Betsy Schleuder and Martha Schleuder. They attended the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel. More than 30 volunteers, students and guests attended the event.

From left are Nancy Hale-Martinko, Ed Martinko, Betsy Schleuder and Martha Schleuder. They attended the Dole Institute of Politics' Volunteer and Student Recognition luncheon June 11 at the Eldridge Hotel. More than 30 volunteers, students and guests attended the event.

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