The Golf Fore Habitat committee presents a check to the Lawrence
Habitat for Humanity. From left, Chris Hutchens, committee
chairman; Jean Lilley, executive director of Lawrence Habitat for
Humanity; and Dean Rabe, committee member, attended the check
presentation ceremony on May 17. The check will benefit the Habitat
for Humanity's 50th partner, Debi Ambrose.
Retired Lt. Col. Stan Sneegas, left, presents a plaque to Shirley
Halladay and retired Col. John Halladay, editors of a newsletter
publication for the Jayhawk Chapter of the Military Officers
Association of America. The publication was named the best
newsletter publication in Category III by the Military Officers
Association of America. Sneegas, president of the Jayhawk Chapter,
presented the award May 20.
From left, Janet Ciciarelli, Emily Huges Dominick, Jason Wolvington
and Diana Zlatanovski attend the opening of "The Truth About
Feathers" at the Natural History Museum on Kansas University's
campus. The exhibit was created by graduate students for the
Introduction to Exhibits class. The exhibit opened May 10.
Wolvington is the gallery director.
Lawrence High School seniors, from left, Audrey Pope, Rachel Etken
and Kristen Jarboe were among the more than 400 graduates at the
LHS commencement ceremony. The event was Sunday at Kansas
University's Memorial Stadium.
Free State High School graduates, from left, Joe Sicilian, Collin
Schmidt, David Allen, Kyle Frank and Pearson Skepnek pose for
photos. They were among those who graduated Sunday at Kansas
University's Memorial Stadium.
The Rev. Jonathon Jensen, left, and Fifi Paden, Lawrence, visit
during a reception for Jean Lominska, who celebrated her 90th
birthday. The reception was May 4 at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Lawrence resident Jean Lominska, center, celebrates her 90th
birthday during a reception at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1011 Vt.
She is pictured with her daughter-in-law, Joy Lominska, and son,
Bob Lominska, both of Lawrence.
Martha and Nick Nichols, Lawrence, attend a 90th birthday reception
for Jean Lominska at Trinity Episcopal Church. The celebration was
May 4 at the church.
From left, Rita Spradlin, Joan Reiber, Mary Ross, Carol Tomlinson,
Marty Beth Petr, Sidney Sutton and Gwen Dobson enjoy refreshments
after a 5K walk. The team, called the Jabber Walkers, participated
in the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center's Nash Dash on May
10. The Nash Dash raised money for the center's Youth Employment
and Supportive Services program.
From left, the Rev. James Taylor, Canten Ambrose, Debi Ambrose and
Dave Ritter pose for a picture with Kaiden Ambrose, standing in
front row. They attended the nail-driving celebration for Lawrence
Habitat for Humanity's 50th partner, Debi Ambrose. The ceremony was
Maize's Clint Adams slides safely into home plate when Free State
catcher Ryne Price is late with the tag. The Eagles claimed an 8-1
victory in the Class 6A state baseball tournament Friday in Maize.
Free State high's Tyler Blankenship, right, tags out Maize's Kaleb
Reichmann at third base. The Eagles defeated the Firebirds, 8-1,
Friday at Maize in the first round of the Class 6A state baseball
tournament. Free State finished the 2003 season with a record of
EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN MISSIONARIES Tim Scott, left, and Will Decker
edit videotape in their production studio in Torrance, Calif. The
world's largest Christian television ministry, the Trinity
Broadcasting Network, has started airing its first reality show,
"Travel the Road."
The Lawrence Chamber Orchestra will have its annual meeting and
social gathering 2 p.m. Sunday at the Lawrence Arts Center.
A medical worker in a protective suit plays games with two young
SARS patients at Beijing Ditan Hospital. Hospital employees sent
gifts to SARS patients Friday, wishing them early recovery. The
number of new cases reported in mainland China has declined sharply
in the past week, raising hopes that the deadly disease is under
Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Romano Prodi, president
of the European Union, enjoy an event at St. Isaac's Cathedral in
St. Petersburg. World leaders gathered Friday in the Russian city
-- Putin's hometown -- to celebrate its tricentennial.
Onlookers watch as the last Air France Concorde commercial flight
to New York takes off from Charles de Gaulle airport. The luxury
aircraft began regular service in 1976. One of Air France's five
planes will now be on exhibit at Charles de Gaulle airport; the
other four will go to museums.
SubSonic Scooters co-owner Joseph Pinter chats with a passenger in
a sport utility vehicle. The store's owners are hoping higher fuel
prices lead more people to consider smaller vehicles. The scooter's
fuel tank holds 1.5 gallons of gasoline and gets about 100 miles
Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Deb Miller, left,
answers questions posed by Bev Worster, Lawrence, right, about the
realignment of U.S. Highway 59. Don Waymire, center, a Franklin
County commissioner, also attended Friday's news conference.
A young fighter of the rebel Union of Congolese Patriots stands
near the U.N. compound in Bunia, Congo. A French-led international
force will be sent to northeastern Congo, where ethnic fighting has
killed nearly 400 people.
Atlanta's Greg Maddux delivers against New York. Maddux defeated
the Mets and former teammate Tom Glavine, 5-2, Friday night in New
Colorado's Jorge Torres, right, leads Nebraska's James Bowler
during the 1,500 meters. Bowler won the prelimary Friday at the
NCAA Midwest Regional at Lincoln, Neb.
Devils goaltender martin brodeur makes a save during the first
period against the Mighty Ducks. New Jersey beat Anaheim Thursday
in East Rutherford, N.J.