First Christian Church
Address: 1000 Ky., Lawrence 66044
Meeting times: Services at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday mornings, and Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Youth groups meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday; college students (CORE) meet at 7 p.m. Sundays.
Senior Pastor: Randy Beeman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderator: Shawn Henderson
The First Christian Church provides for spiritual and social needs. It is diverse in styles of worship, ethnic and racial diversity, economic diversity and more. There are many service opportunities available.
Lawrence Gideon Camp
Address: Box 3174 Lawrence 66047
Meetings: 7 p.m. the second Monday each month, Lawrence Holidome
President: Don Johnson, 24642 Cantrell Road, Lawrence 66044
Membership contact: Roger Koch, 843-0822
Cost: Membership and giving
The Lawrence Gideon Camp distributes Bibles and the New Testament to the public.
Lawrence Wesleyan Church
Address: 3705 Clinton Parkway
Meeting times: Services, 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sundays; Sunday School and Bible studies, 10 a.m. Sundays; children and youth clubs, 7 p.m. Wednesdays; Celebrate Recovery, a biblical 12-step recovery program for addiction, 7 p.m. Fridays.
Web site: www.LWChurch.net
Lead pastor: Nate Rovenstine, nate@LWchurch.net
Youth Pastor: Jamie Prescott, Jamie@LWChurch.net
Lawrence Wesleyan Church offers a friendly, refreshing, no-pressure atmosphere. We offer upbeat music and a practical message from God's word that's easy to relate to. We provide many opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship and service.
Knights of Columbus
Address: 2206 E. 23rd St.
Meetings: 7:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month
Grand Knight: John Callewaert
Membership contact: Duane Boor
Cost: $25 annually
The Knight of Columbus is a family, fraternal, Catholic service organization comprising Catholic men who are at least 18 years old.
Meetings: 9 a.m. second Saturday of the month, Best Western Motel, 2309 Iowa
Web site: www.aglow.org
President: Sharon Faulkner, 3309 W. 22nd St., email@example.com
Trinity Lutheran Church
Meetings: Sunday services 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
Educational hour: 9:45 a.m.; nursery provided throughout
Wednesdays: Meal, choir rehearsals and confirmation
Address: 1245 N.H.
Web site: www.tlclawrence.org
Lead pastor: The Rev. Gary Teske, 843-4150 ext. 203, firstname.lastname@example.org
Council president: James Cooper
Trinity Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, founded in 1867 as the English Lutheran Church. As members of the ELCA, we believe we are saved by the grace of God alone.
National Cathedral Assn.
Web site: www.nationalcathedral.org
President: Sandra and Allen Wiechert, 813 Highland Drive
Membership contact: Sandra Wiechert, 842-5467
The association maintains awareness of the nation's house of prayer for all people.
University Community of Christ
Address: 1900 University Drive, 66044
Meetings: Sunday school, 9 a.m. Sundays; worship services, 10 a.m. Sundays; communion service, first Sunday of the month; potluck meal and fellowship, second Sunday of the month.
Web site: www.cofchrist.org
Current pastor: Avanelle Mercer, elder
University Community of Christ will engage in activities that will help increase faith in God, enhance family life, and extend the hand of fellowship and witness of Jesus Christ to all people in our community.
Meetings: 6 p.m. Sundays, location varies
President: John Lowther, email@example.com
Membership contact: Steve Mason, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiddlers Jam gathers players of the fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar and bass. Musicians interact rather than perform.
Friends of the Lied
Meetings: Annual fall picnic, other events
Web site: www.lied.ku.edu
President: Jennifer Sanner
Membership contact: April Brack, 1600 Stewart Drive, Lawrence 66045, email@example.com; 864-3469
Friends promotes educational and social associations of people, and organizations interested in the performing arts.
Friends of the Theatre
Meetings: Dinner or gatherings before or after University Theatre performances. Contact Katherine Pryor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 864-2695, for details.
President: Peggy Johnson
Cost: Dues range from $20 for senior citizens, $40 for "Friends" category and up to $500 or more for "Angels."
Friends of the Theatre (FROTH) is a support organization for the University Theatre program. Members enjoy pre-performance dinners and attend University Theatre events.
Lawrence Civic Choir
Meetings: Rehearsals 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Mondays, First Baptist Church, 1330 Kasold Drive
Web site: www.lawrencecivicchoir.org
President: Marlene Merrill
Artistic director: Steve Eubank
The Lawrence Civic Choir, organized in 1975, welcomes singers from the area who love to perform serious, four-part choral music under a professional director. New members are welcome at the first couple of rehearsals each semester.
Lawrence Community Theatre
Meetings: 1501 New Hampshire, Lawrence 66044
Web site: www.theatre.lawrence.com
President: Mary Doveton, managing/artistic director
Lawrence Lyric Opera Guild
Presidents: James Seaver, 843-4081, and Don Marquis, 832-2160
Lawrence Photo Alliance
Meetings: 7 p.m. first Tuesday, Lawrence Arts Center
Web site: www.lawrencephotoalliance.org
President: William Bowerman, 550-2163
Membership contact: Gary Taylor, 841-7691, email@example.com
The alliance provides people interested in photography with interaction and networking.
Special Interest Groups
Astronomy Associates of Lawrence
Meetings: 7:30 p.m., second Friday, 1001 Malott Hall, KU
Web site: www.ku.edu/~aal
President: Hannah Swift, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 1251 Wescoe Hall, Room 1082 KU, 66045-7582
Cost: $12 annually, $6 for students
Organization members have a common interest in astronomy. Members learn about the use of telescopes, the nature of what they observe and the latest developments in astronomy. The club is dedicated to learning more about the universe through astronomy and to promoting the simple but enjoyable enterprise of observing the celestial sphere.
Betty Washington DAR
Meetings: 10 a.m., third Saturday, Lawrence Memorial Hospital
Club president: Mary Burchill, 843-9199, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Geraldine Livers, registrar, 841-8349, email@example.com
Cost: $30 nationally.
Membership is open to women who are direct descendants of Daughters of the American Revolution patriots.
Delaware Street Commons
Meetings: See Web site for details
Web site: www.delawarestreet.com
Membership contact: Rich Minder, 550-0163
Cost: Associate members, $100 annually
Delaware Street Commons is a cohousing community in historic east Lawrence. Cohousing offers a healthy blend of community and personal privacy.
This mainstream housing option allows the future residents to design and develop our neighborhood, and then manage it after moving in.
Douglas County Amateur Radio Club
Meetings: 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month, Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds, Building No. 1
Web site: www.wjuk.net
Membership contact: Mark Randel, 749-4450, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Regular, $25; student and senior, $20; family, $30
The Douglas County Amateur Radio Club meets with a program of interest to ham radio operators. Other activities are planned throughout the year.
Douglas County Chapter, Emporia State University Alumni Assn.
Meeting: Time and place vary, call for details
Web site: www.emporia.edu/saf/alumni
The 121-year-old ESU Alumni Assn. is the official organization of graduates and former students of Emporia State University. The association strives to keep all KSN, KSTC, EKSC, and ESU alumni in touch with their alma mater and with each other.
Douglas County Genealogical Society
Meetings: Times vary
Membership contact: Mary Burchill, 843-9199, email@example.com
Cost: $15 annually
The Douglas County Genealogical Society is interested in genealogy and our family roots. Our programs give insight into finding out about your family history.
The Drug Policy Forum of Kansas
Meetings: See Web site for times and dates; 941 Ky.
Web site: www.dpfks.org
President: Laura A. Green, 841-8278, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Drug Policy Forum of Kansas was created to provide a forum for debate among people concerned about the cost and effectiveness of the war on drugs and to research and promote alternative strategies to combat the harmful effects of drug prohibition and drug abuse.
IONS Discovery Group
Meetings: Fourth Thursday, Independence Inc., 2001 Haskell Ave.
Web site: www.enformy.com/IONS.htm
President: Berney Williams
Membership contact: Don Watson, 2809 Atchison, Lawrence 66047, 830-9616
Jayhawk Model Masters
Meetings: 8 a.m. the third Saturday of the month, Eagles Lodge
Web site: jayhawkmodelmasters.com
President: Gary Rauckman, email@example.com, 1144 North 1100 Road, Lawrence 66047.
Cost: $35 annually
The Jayhawk Model Masters exists to promote the building and flying of radio-control model airplanes. We also assist in the Clinton Lake Cleanup.
Kaw Valley Mycological Society
Meetings: Forays are the second Saturday of the month, April through October; meetings are the following Wednesday
Web site: http://sunflower.com/~pilott29
President: Skip Kay, firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter editor/contact: Ron Meyers, 842-9331
The KVMS was founded in 1986 as an association of those interested in mushrooms, especially in Kansas. Our membership includes a few professionals although most of us are amateurs, and beginners are always welcome.
La Leche League
Meetings: 7 p.m. second Tuesday, Lawrence Public Library auditorium
Web site: www.lalecheleague.org
President: Julie Loats, 1111 Wild Horse Road, email@example.com
Membership contact: Jane Tuttle, 807 W. 28th Terrace, firstname.lastname@example.org, 865-5919
The group offers mother-to-mother breastfeeding support
Lawrence All British Car Club
Meetings: 7 p.m. first Tuesday, call for meeting location
President: James McKenzie, email@example.com, 830-9942
Membership contact: Chuck Fisher, treasurer, 1555 Alvamar Court, firstname.lastname@example.org, 843-9055
Cost: $15 per year
Organized in 1992, LABCC is dedicated to the preservation, restoration & appreciation of all automobiles built in the British Isles.
Lawrence Brewers Guild
Meetings: 7 p.m. the second Thursday of the month at Ecumenical Christian Ministries, 1204 Oread Ave.
Web site: www.lawrencebrewers.org
President: Rob Dewhirst, email@example.com
Membership contact: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $16 annually for individuals, $24 for families
The Lawrence Brewers Guild is dedicated to the enjoyment of homebrewing and promoting responsible use of alcoholic beverages.
Lawrence Chess Club
Meetings: 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Mondays at Borders, 700 N.H.
Membership contact: James Fouche-Schack, 749-6056, email@example.com
Lawrence Corvette Club
Meetings: 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month, Crown Chevrolet/Toyota
Web site: www.LawrenceCorvetteClub.com
President: Doug Flessing, 843-3083, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $40 per family annually
Lawrence Corvette Club members get together to exchange tidbits on Corvettes and enjoy new friendships. All Corvette owners are welcome. We also give a bimonthly donation to local charities with Crown Chevrolet matching our donation. We are in the St. Patrick's Day Parade each year and take trips to car shows.
Meetings: 6 p.m. the third Tuesday each month at Yello Sub, 624 W. 12th St.
Web site: groups.yahoo.com/group/lawrencenow
President: Cristi Hansen, 749-2356, email@example.com
Membership contact: Sylvie Rueff, firstname.lastname@example.org, 832-2992
NOW is committed to bringing women into full participation with mainstream society.
Cost: $35 annually, reduced fees available
Lawrence Model Railroad Club
Meetings: 7:30 p.m. the second Tuesday every month, locations vary
President: Steve Meseraull, 843-2171
We share a common interest in model railroading. We work on two large club layouts (N and HO gauges) for our annual show in September.
Lawrence Stamp Club
Meetings: 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at Watkins Community Museum of History
We share a common interest in collecting and enjoying stamps. New members are welcome. Mini-auctions, slide shows and member presentations take place at meetings.
Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee
Address: P.O. Box 1702, Lawrence 66044
Meetings: Every Tuesday starting Jan. 10, 2005, through March 28, 2005
Web site: www.lawrencestpatricksdayparade.com
President: Roger Browning
Secretary and membership contact: Sara Jane Zimmerman, email@example.com
The Lawrence St. Patrick Day's Committee is a nonprofit organization that raises money for local children's charities.
Society of Open-Minded Atheists and Agnostics
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. every other Thursday in the International Room of the Kansas Union on KU's campus.
Phone number: (316) 619-8099
Web site: www.kusoma.org
President: Andrew Stangl, (316) 619-8099, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOMA is the only student group at KU that is devoted to advancing a nonreligious worldview and to challenging religious dogma in mainstream society.
Solidarity! Revolutionary Center & Radical Library
Phone number: 865-1374
Meetings: 6 p.m. every other Wednesday, see Web site calendar
Web site: www.LawrenceSolidarity.net
Membership contact: Patrick Tyrrell, 840-6444, 1119 Mass., Lawrence 66046
Solidarity! Revolutionary Center & Radical Library is an all-volunteer-operated lending library, information shop and community space in Lawrence.
Subtle Energy/Energy Medicine
Meetings: First Tuesday, Independence Inc., 2001 Haskell Ave.
President and membership contact: Carla Young, 749-7687.
The organization is a study group and demonstrates integrative medicine techniques. Subtle energy medicine is "cutting edge," including massage, touch therapies and spiritual healing.
Town and Country Republican Women of Douglas County
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. fourth Monday, location to be announced
President: Joann Wiley, 213 Summertree Lane, Lawrence 66049-1831
Membership contact: Anita White, P.O. Box 628, Baldwin 66006, (785) 883-2736
Town and Country Republican Women of Douglas County is federated at the state and national levels and won a "Caring for America" Diamond Award.
Cost: $15 annual membership, $5 associate
AARP Chapter 1696
Meetings: 11:30 a.m., fourth Friday in January, February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, 11:30 a.m. third Friday in November
President: Jane Pracht, 832-9261
Membership contact: Noreen Hein, 842-6765
Cost: $12.50 a year, national; $4 a year for local chapter
The organization provides social services for seniors (50 and over). The chapter offers members fellowship and a chance to use their time, talents and experience to make a difference.
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. the first and third Wednesdays of the month, Hereford House
Web site: altrusaoflawrenceks.com
President: Debi Taylor, 842-3392, email@example.com
Membership contact: Trina Vincent, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Altrusa Club helps with literacy for all ages in the community
Cost: $90 the first year, $75 thereafter
The club has many service projects that serve the Lawrence community. It is a great place to develop friendships, extend business contacts and extend personal outreach to the community.
Animal Outreach of Kansas
Address: P.O. Box 442454, Lawrence 66044
Meetings: Alternate Thursdays at the community meeting rooms in the lower level of Lawrence Memorial Hospital, see the Web site for details.
Web site: www.animaloutreach-ks.org
Animal Outreach of Kansas (AOK) is an all-volunteer activist and advocate group committed to peaceful, compassionate actions that educate and encourage ourselves and others to protect, rescue, and advocate respect and kindness for animals.
Boy Scouts of America
Phone: (785) 766-6639
Membership contact: Frank V. McClelland, (816) 569-4961
Cost: $10 annually
The Scouts provide youths with opportunities for camping and many other outdoor activities. Additionally the Scouts provide many volunteer service hours to the communities in Douglas County. There are programs for boys in first grade or age 7 through high school or age 18. There is also a coed program called Venturing which caters to 14- to 20-year-old boys and girls.
Cans for the Community
Meetings: Times vary, location is the City of Lawrence Solid Waste Annex North
Web site: www.cansforthecommunity.org
Membership contact: Linda Klinker, 832-9671 or 331-6599
Cans for the Community is a local group of volunteers who recycle aluminum cans and donate the proceeds to charity.
Douglas County AIDS Project
Address: 2518 Ridge Court , 101
Web site: www.douglascountyaidsproject.org
Executive director: Geri Summers, 843-0040
DCAP supports a community of caring for those infected/ affected by HIV/AIDS in our community. There are many opportunities for volunteering.
Girl Scouts of Kaw Valley Council
Phone: (800) 432-0286, (785) 273-3100
Meetings: Time, date and location vary by troop
Web site: www.girlscouts.net
CEO: Diane Oakes, 7015 SW 10th St., Topeka, KS 66615; (800) 432-0286 ext. 31; (785) 273-3100 ext. 31
Membership contact: Terry Dykstra, email@example.com, 7015 SW 10th St., Topeka, KS 66615, (800) 432-0286 ext. 29, (785) 273-3100 ext. 29
Girl Scouts of Kaw Valley Council serves 13 counties in northeast Kansas: Brown, Clay, Douglas, Geary, Jackson, Jefferson, Marshall, Nemaha, Pottawatomie, Riley, Shawnee, Wabaunsee and Washington
Dues: $10 annual with scholarships available. Troops dues and event fees will vary.
Lawrence Coalition on Homeless Concerns
Meeting: 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., second Tuesday of the month, usually at Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.
Chairman: Steve Ozark
Membership contact: Janeine Cardin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 749-0775
Lawrence Noon Lions Club
Meetings: Noon, first and third Tuesdays of the month, Conroy's Pub, 3115 W. Sixth St.
President: Don Dunn, 843-1621, email@example.com, 2502 Ark., Lawrence 66046
Membership contact: Gary Beasley, 841-0003
Cost: $55 quarterly, which includes meals
The Lawrence Noon Lions Club is a place to meet other business leaders in the community and work on service projects, with an emphasis on sight restoration.
Lawrence River City Cosmopolitan Club
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. monthly at various locations
Web site: www.cosmopolitan.org
President: Deanna Hoss, 760 N 1851 Diagonal Rd, Lecompton 66050, 887-6906, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Barb Riley, 695 North 1610 Road, Lawrence 66049, 843-7668, email@example.com
Cost: One time initiation fee of $25 per member, quarterly dues of $20 per member.
The mission of Cosmopolitan International is to contribute to community well-being through charitable donations and volunteer service with special emphasis on supporting efforts to prevent and find a cure for diabetes.
One Hundred Good Women
Meetings: None scheduled regularly
Web site: www.100goodwomen.org
President: Jennie Washburn, 841-0200, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $10 voluntary donation
100 Good Women is a nonpolitical, not-for-profit community of women and men embodying the spirit of altruism. Through phone and e-mail, we answer simple personal and community needs.
Pilot Club of Lawrence
Meetings: Second Monday of the month
Web site: www.pilotinternational.org
President: Norma Leary, 1059 East 1479 Road, 843-9117
Membership contact: Merna Dean, 1016 East 1256 Road, 749-0437.
Cost: $63 annually
Pilot Club is a service organization focusing on brain disorders and disabilities.
Rotary Club of Central Lawrence
Meetings: Noon Wednesdays, the Eldridge Hotel
President: Lynn W. O'Neal, 840-9718, email@example.com
Cost: $160 per quarter
This is a new Rotary Club that is actively seeking members for service projects in Lawrence and on an international basis. Helping eradicate polio is a Rotary goal.
Meetings: First Monday of the month, location varies
President: Dottie Nordlund, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Bev Hill, 841-7114, email@example.com
Soroptimist International of Lawrence provides an opportunity for women to contribute time and community support to service projects benefiting women and children.
SHHH of Lawrence
Meetings: 1 p.m. fourth Monday, Babcock Place, 1700 Mass.
President: Pat Chapman, 841-3758, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Gayle Sigurdson, 832-1692
The organization provides education and support for people with hearing loss.
Success By 6 Coalition of Douglas County
Meetings: 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Dec. 12, March 13, 2006; June 12, 2006; Sept. 11, 2006, at Community Health Facility, 200 Maine
Web site: www.douglascountysuccessby6.org
Co-chairs: Penny Schau, Chris Petr
Membership contact: Rich Minder, collaborative projects coordinator
Address: 2518 Ridge Court, Room 239, Lawrence 66046
The organization's mission is to ensure all families with children under 6 have what they need to parent their children and to prepare them for success in school and in life.
Beta Sigma Phi Preceptor Epsilon Alpha
Meetings: 7 p.m. second Wednesday
President and membership contact: Ingrid Hartman, 2141 N.H., 841-9845
Beta Sigma Phi Preceptor Epsilon Alpha is an international sorority that gathers for social and service projects throughout the year.
Daring Darling Damsels Red Hats
Meetings: Decided monthly
President/Queen: Helen Edwards, 841-4078
Cost: $5-$10 annually
Red Hat members get together for a good time and occasional service projects.
Epsilon Master of Beta Sigma Phi
Meetings: 7 p.m. first and third Tuesdays at member homes
President: Helen Edwards, 841-4078
Membership contact: Mary Beth Johnston, 843-6846
Cost: $20 annually
Epsilon Master of Beta Sigma Phi is a social group committed to life, learning, friendship and helping others.
Kanwaka Literary Club
Meetings: First and third Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. at member homes
President: Charlene Winter, email@example.com, (785) 887-6285
Cost: $2 annually
The Kanwaka Literary Club was organized in 1899. We meet for fellowship and self-improvement. Each year we enjoy a founders Day when we look back at our history. We do some community service.
MOMS Club of Lawrence-North
Meetings: 10 a.m., first Tuesday of the month, Central United Methodist Church, 1501 Mass.
President: Kristine Wheat
Membership contact: Jane Graves, (800) 545-3315
Cost: $20 annually; people are not turned away regardless of ability to pay.
MOMS Club is an international, nondenominational and not-for-profit organization for mothers and their children that offers support and fun activities throughout the year.
Meetings: The second Tuesday each month at members' homes
President: Clenece Hills, 842-6313
Founded in 1880 as the Literary Club for Women, this is a club in which members present book reviews during meetings.
Tons of Fun Squares
Meetings: Lessons are 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. for beginners, 8:30 p.m.-10 p.m. for advanced levels, Mondays at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper St.; dances, fourth Saturday of the month at Dance City.
Membership contact: Kevin Oneslager, 550-6796, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Lessons are free; members who pay $15 annually get into dances free
Square dancing is a fun way to exercise your body and your mind. It keeps them both sharp while having fun, meeting new people, and traveling to other club's dances.
University Women's Club
Meetings: See Web site
Web site: www.ku.edu/~univwm/
President: Gwen Dobson, 841-9658, email@example.com
Membership contact: Barbara Downing, 749-2130
Membership dues: $20
The University Women's Club is open to female spouses and women who are current, former or retired Kansas University employees or its affiliates, including the Endowment and Alumni associations and the Athletic Corporation, and adult female household members of the above and house directors of student living organizations.
Over 40 Singles
Meetings: 6:30 p.m. Fridays at Conroy's Pub, 3115 W. Sixth St.
Membership contact: Gwen Whitebread, 843-5396
The group meets for social time at Conroy's and then visits a local restaurant for dinner. Area singles are welcome to come to either or both.
Welcome Club of Lawrence
Meeting: 11:30 a.m. the third Wednesday of the month, location varies
President: Sally Cloar, 312-8117, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Terri Koch, 843-0822
A women's organization for people who are new in the community, people with life changes such as retirement or death of spouse, also have book club, golf and other activities
Cost: $15 women over 65, $20 other; luncheons are $10
Address: 801 E. 23rd St.
Web site: www.gforcejets.com
Cost: Registration and tuition. Call for more information.
G-Force offers tumbling and cheerleading for children ages 18 months to 18 years.
The Hoopster Basketball Program
Web site: usahoopsters.com
Director: Rick McNabb
A year-round basketball program for ages 5-18, through Leagues, Clinics ,Camps , & Individual Instruction.
The Hoopster Basketball Program is a year-round program for children ages 5-18.
Meetings: Contact club for training and event times.
President: Mary Jones, (816) 684-9367
Membership contact: Gene Wee, 841-3587, email@example.com,
Cost: annual dues with USOF: $30.
Orienteer Kansas is devoted to promotion of the sport and train members for national championships. Affiliated with U.S. Orienteering Federation.
Meetings: 4 p.m. the first Sunday of the month at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Contact the club for group run times.
Web site: www.runlawrence.org
President: Dee Boeck, 841-3587, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Molly Wood, 841-8339, email@example.com
Cost: annual dues $20 (family $25).
RunLawrence is a community running club for all ages and abilities. Affiliated with Road Runners Club of America.
Lawrence Mountain Bike Club
Meetings: Third Tuesday of every other month; the next is Sept. 20. Times, locations vary
Web site: www.lawrencemountainbikeclub.org
President: Gerard Arantowicz
Dues: $5 annually
Lawrence Mountain Bike Club promotes mountain biking opportunities for all. Our mission is to promote cycling by organizing races, social rides and events, and by supporting local trail advocacy efforts.
Lawrence Tennis Assn.
Meetings: 7:30 p.m., last Monday of the month, Free State Credit Union, 1001 E. 23rd St.
President: Fernando Zuna, 542-1988, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership contact: Grace Vogel, email@example.com
The LTA has been around for over 25 years. We have players of all ages and abilities.
Cost: Individuals, $15 annually (includes a T-shirt), family is $20 (includes two T-shirts)
Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue: The Focus on Improvements Group
Meetings: 6:30 p.m., the second Tuesday of the month, Indian Hills Church of God, 601 W. 29th Terrace
President: Tamara Farmer, 842-1725
The group will focus on learning, sharing ideas and creating a positive outlook.