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January 7, 2006

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Sue Leonard, a volunteer at the Dole Institute of Politics, won signed copies of two books written by Bob Dole during the door prize drawings at the Dole Institute's volunteer and student recognition luncheon at Paisano's Ristorante. More than 30 volunteers, students and guests attended the Dec. 10 event. At left is Alan Miller, of Lawrence, husband of Sandi Miller, a Dole archive volunteer.

Sue Leonard, a volunteer at the Dole Institute of Politics, won signed copies of two books written by Bob Dole during the door prize drawings at the Dole Institute's volunteer and student recognition luncheon at Paisano's Ristorante. More than 30 volunteers, students and guests attended the Dec. 10 event. At left is Alan Miller, of Lawrence, husband of Sandi Miller, a Dole archive volunteer.

Terry Wells, left, visits with Janet Mody during the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The luncheon was Dec. 7 in the LHS library.

Terry Wells, left, visits with Janet Mody during the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The luncheon was Dec. 7 in the LHS library.

From left, Steve Sublett, Max Rife, Darrell Falen and Stan Roth attend the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The event was Dec. 7 in the school's library.

From left, Steve Sublett, Max Rife, Darrell Falen and Stan Roth attend the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The event was Dec. 7 in the school's library.

Baldwin Boy Scout Troop 65 members, from left, James Simmons, Andrew Morgan, Brandon Baltzell and Thomas Bollig listen to a tour leader talk about the World War II era V2 rocket at the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. The scouts visited the center Dec. 10.

Baldwin Boy Scout Troop 65 members, from left, James Simmons, Andrew Morgan, Brandon Baltzell and Thomas Bollig listen to a tour leader talk about the World War II era V2 rocket at the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. The scouts visited the center Dec. 10.

From left are Dianna Nelson, Jane Pracht, Thelma Helyar and Stacy Houston, all of Lawrence and archival volunteers at the Dole Institute of Politics. They attended a recognition luncheon Dec. 10 at Paisano's Ristorante in Lawrence.

From left are Dianna Nelson, Jane Pracht, Thelma Helyar and Stacy Houston, all of Lawrence and archival volunteers at the Dole Institute of Politics. They attended a recognition luncheon Dec. 10 at Paisano's Ristorante in Lawrence.

From left, James Simmons, Thomas Bollig and Andrew Morgan view a cutaway model of the Saturn V moon rocket during Baldwin Boy Scout Troop 65's visit to the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. They visited the center Dec. 10.

From left, James Simmons, Thomas Bollig and Andrew Morgan view a cutaway model of the Saturn V moon rocket during Baldwin Boy Scout Troop 65's visit to the Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. They visited the center Dec. 10.

Edith Bogart and Stan Roth attend the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The event was Dec. 7 at the school.

Edith Bogart and Stan Roth attend the annual luncheon for retired faculty and staff of Lawrence High School. The event was Dec. 7 at the school.

From left are Bill Lacy, director of the Dole Institute of Politics, his wife, Susie Lacy; Jean Bischoff, senior archivist at the Dole Institute; and Karen McCarthy, former congresswoman and Dole Fellow. They attended the Dole Institute's volunteer and student recognition luncheon Dec. 10 at Paisano's Ristorante in Lawrence. McCarthy was the keynote speaker.

From left are Bill Lacy, director of the Dole Institute of Politics, his wife, Susie Lacy; Jean Bischoff, senior archivist at the Dole Institute; and Karen McCarthy, former congresswoman and Dole Fellow. They attended the Dole Institute's volunteer and student recognition luncheon Dec. 10 at Paisano's Ristorante in Lawrence. McCarthy was the keynote speaker.

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