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October 1, 2005

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Hank Booth, left, and Becky Price, right, present Craig Miller with a Platinum Family Membership to Lawrence Athletic Club on Sept. 7 for being the second-place winner in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County's 2005 Bowl For Kids' Sake event. Booth is the 2006 Bowl for Kids' Sake co-chair, and Price is regional executive director of Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Hank Booth, left, and Becky Price, right, present Craig Miller with a Platinum Family Membership to Lawrence Athletic Club on Sept. 7 for being the second-place winner in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County's 2005 Bowl For Kids' Sake event. Booth is the 2006 Bowl for Kids' Sake co-chair, and Price is regional executive director of Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Chris Randolph, right, receives his new television donated by Rent To Own Center on Sept. 7. Randolph was the grand prize winner for the 2005 Bowl For Kids' Sake event, which raises money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County. Randolph is pictured with Becky Price, regional executive director of Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Hank Booth, 2006 Bowl For Kids' Sake co-chair.

Chris Randolph, right, receives his new television donated by Rent To Own Center on Sept. 7. Randolph was the grand prize winner for the 2005 Bowl For Kids' Sake event, which raises money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County. Randolph is pictured with Becky Price, regional executive director of Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Hank Booth, 2006 Bowl For Kids' Sake co-chair.

The principal planners of the Kansas State Day events at Washington National Cathedral attend a reception for attending Kansans. From left are, Martha Jenkins, former member of the Kansas Legislature from Leavenworth and now an attorney in Washington, D.C.; Ben Bradburn, the Cathedral's program director; and Sandra and Allen Wiechert, Kansas co-chairs for the National Cathedral Assn.

The principal planners of the Kansas State Day events at Washington National Cathedral attend a reception for attending Kansans. From left are, Martha Jenkins, former member of the Kansas Legislature from Leavenworth and now an attorney in Washington, D.C.; Ben Bradburn, the Cathedral's program director; and Sandra and Allen Wiechert, Kansas co-chairs for the National Cathedral Assn.

Members of the Motet Singers, of Lawrence, perform in Washington National Cathedral's crypt chapel of St. Joseph of Arimathea. From left are Su Johnson, Ken Blair, Polly Miranda, Mary Glasnapp, Dee Blaser, Pat Blair and Becky Lord. They performed before a Kansas State Day service Aug. 21 at the cathedral. The Motet Singers, a 16-member ensemble, is directed by Dave Grisafe. The group is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Members of the Motet Singers, of Lawrence, perform in Washington National Cathedral's crypt chapel of St. Joseph of Arimathea. From left are Su Johnson, Ken Blair, Polly Miranda, Mary Glasnapp, Dee Blaser, Pat Blair and Becky Lord. They performed before a Kansas State Day service Aug. 21 at the cathedral. The Motet Singers, a 16-member ensemble, is directed by Dave Grisafe. The group is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Homecoming king and queen candidates at Free State High School gather for a picture. They are, back row from left, Evan Hilpman, Kyle Chauvin, Spencer Lott, Lorenzo Ricketts, Chris Coffey and Brett Lisher; second row from left, Jordan Gouge and Mason Heilman; front row from left, Sachi Sakamura, Laura Picicci, Joanna Loewen, Molly Bunch, Jessie Sears, Sarah Heider, Emily Leiker and Lexie Schmidt.

Homecoming king and queen candidates at Free State High School gather for a picture. They are, back row from left, Evan Hilpman, Kyle Chauvin, Spencer Lott, Lorenzo Ricketts, Chris Coffey and Brett Lisher; second row from left, Jordan Gouge and Mason Heilman; front row from left, Sachi Sakamura, Laura Picicci, Joanna Loewen, Molly Bunch, Jessie Sears, Sarah Heider, Emily Leiker and Lexie Schmidt.

Ray and Marian Wilbur, Lawrence, celebrate receiving the Lawrence Board of Realtors' Humanitarian Contribution to the Community Award. The Wilburs, retired teachers who spent 40 years in the Lawrence school district, were honored for continuing to volunteer through Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Bishop Seabury Academy, Audio Reader, Meals on Wheels and other programs. They were honored during a reception Sept. 20 at Lawrence Country Club.

Ray and Marian Wilbur, Lawrence, celebrate receiving the Lawrence Board of Realtors' Humanitarian Contribution to the Community Award. The Wilburs, retired teachers who spent 40 years in the Lawrence school district, were honored for continuing to volunteer through Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Bishop Seabury Academy, Audio Reader, Meals on Wheels and other programs. They were honored during a reception Sept. 20 at Lawrence Country Club.

Wearing pilgrimage medals received at a Washington National Cathedral event, Mary and Doug Glasnapp enjoy a dinner with other members of the Motet Singers. Mary sang with the group Aug. 21 when it performed the Choral Prelude for Kansas State Day.

Wearing pilgrimage medals received at a Washington National Cathedral event, Mary and Doug Glasnapp enjoy a dinner with other members of the Motet Singers. Mary sang with the group Aug. 21 when it performed the Choral Prelude for Kansas State Day.

Phil Harrison and Allen Wiechert, both of Lawrence, attend a Kansas State Day reception Aug. 21 after the celebration service at Washington National Cathedral. Harrison's wife, Beth, sang with the Lawrence-based Motet Singers before the service.

Phil Harrison and Allen Wiechert, both of Lawrence, attend a Kansas State Day reception Aug. 21 after the celebration service at Washington National Cathedral. Harrison's wife, Beth, sang with the Lawrence-based Motet Singers before the service.

From left, Bo Harris, Dan Sabatini and Betty Morris celebrate receiving the Lawrence Board of Realtors' annual Architectural Enhancement Award for the Hobbs Taylor Lofts project in downtown Lawrence. Harris is chief executive officer and chairman of Harris Construction Co. Inc., which is developing the building at the northeast corner of Eighth and New Hampshire streets. Sabatini, of Sabatini Architects Inc., is project designer; and Morris, a Realtor for Stephens Real Estate, is marketing the project. They were honored during a ceremony Sept. 20 at Lawrence Country Club.

From left, Bo Harris, Dan Sabatini and Betty Morris celebrate receiving the Lawrence Board of Realtors' annual Architectural Enhancement Award for the Hobbs Taylor Lofts project in downtown Lawrence. Harris is chief executive officer and chairman of Harris Construction Co. Inc., which is developing the building at the northeast corner of Eighth and New Hampshire streets. Sabatini, of Sabatini Architects Inc., is project designer; and Morris, a Realtor for Stephens Real Estate, is marketing the project. They were honored during a ceremony Sept. 20 at Lawrence Country Club.

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