From left, Don McNeely, Kansas University coach Bill Self, Pat Bello and Miles Schnaer participate in the Cottonwood Classic golf tournament Aug. 19 at Alvamar Country Club. The team took second place in the championship flight. Schnaer was a tournament sponsor.
From left, Curt Wright, Kent Houk and Matt Lomchek participate in the Cottonwood Classic, a benefit for Cottonwood Inc. The team, from MGI Inc., along with Leon Dreiling, not pictured, took first place in the championship flight Aug. 19 at Alvamar Country Club.
Cooper Farr, 17, and Emma Burgess-Olson, 16, work on a stage at the Lawrence Rotary Club Arboretum as part of a project to achieve the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award given in Girl Scouting. The girls, members of Troop 736, worked on the project Sept. 10.
Charlotte Anderson, left, Central Junior High School librarian, visits with Susan Esau, center, executive director of the Lawrence Schools Foundation, and Judy Keller, foundation trustees board member. They attended Taste of Lawrence on Sept. 14 at the northeast corner of Bob Billings Parkway and Crestline Drive. The annual fall event celebrates the beginning of a school year by honoring educators and highlighting the Lawrence Education Achievement Partners program.
Sue Hack, center right, Lawrence city commissioner, greets Chris Forbes during Taste of Lawrence, the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce's annual fall event that honors educators. Al Hack, Sue's husband, left, and State Representative Paul Davis, D-Lawrence, right, look on. The mixer was Sept. 14 at the northeast corner of Bob Billings Parkway and Crestline Drive.
Maggie Hall, 17, helps build a stage at the Lawrence Rotary Arboretum, along the South Lawrence Trafficway Trail at 27th Street and Wakarusa Drive. Hall, a member of Girl Scout Troop 736, was building the stage Sept. 10 along with other members of her troop. They were working on the project as part of the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award given in Girl Scouting.
Bruce Passman, deputy superintendent for Lawrence Public Schools, attends Taste of Lawrence with his wife, Michele. The event was Sept. 14 on the grounds of Meadowbrook Apartments. The annual fall event honors educators.
Albert Guana, left, and Ted Wiley, center, winners of the Cottonwood Mini Masters, and Larry Trowbridge, of Midwest Exterminators, celebrate after the round of miniature golf at Twin Oaks Golf Complex. Midwest Exterminators was the T-shirt sponsor for the event. The Mini Masters is held every year in conjunction with the Cottonwood Classic. It was June 2 and the Cottonwood Classic was rescheduled for Aug. 19 because of rain.
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