This is my little guy Monet, he is a boston terrier
Charlie, a one year old golden retriever, enjoyed his first birthday with a puppy party!
Julian Wright, Jeremy Case, and I at a KU football game!
Bailey Scott (15) and Allison Ice (15), both members of the 14u Finucane Phenix Softball team, pose with the AFA National Championship Trophies in Blue Springs. Bailey and Allison are number one!
One of the Lecompton Pee Wee league boys teams took 3rd place in the regular season of League Ball league and took 3rd place in the winners bracket of the ball tournament in July 2006.
Back row: Coaches: Dave Kellum, Todd Christman, Tony Roe, Kenny Kellum
Middle Row: Cameron Christman age 7, Lecompton, Nick Brown, age 7, Lawrence, Spencer Roe age 6, Perry, Matt Kasson age 7, Lecompton, Cole Kellum age 7, Lecompton, Isaac Christman age 7, Lecompton, Michael
Kellum age 7, Lecompton,
Front Row: Conor Hendrickson age 6, Lecompton, Dalton Kellum age 6, Lecompton, Joshua Morris age 6, Lecompton, Isaac Hendrickson age 7, Lecompton.
Christina Glauner, Lawrence and Edie Jackson, Kansas City MO. On the Missouri River during the Missouri River 340 race last week across the state. Placed 2nd in Tandem division!
The opening reception for the Fourth Annual Lawrence High School Senior Portfolio Show at Roy's Art Gallery was on May 19th with the following students and teachers:
Back row: Wendy Leet Vertacnik, David Hughes-Pfeifer, Angelia Perkins, Maggie Salvini, Katie Farmer, Margaret Yoe
Middle row: Jenny Hunt, Simone Harrison, Stefanie Ward
Front row: Craig Stucky
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Tennis Camp
Rob Lopez of Gig Harbor, Washington, takes a short break from the 100-mile Livestrong Challenge cycling event in Portland, Oregon on July 29. The ride was a fund-raiser for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The children are Rob's daughters Isley, 7, and Eva, 5. Rob is the grandson of Irene Rose and the son of Carol Rose of Lawrence.
The "Benton Boys"--Drew, 10; Joey, 8; Josh, 6-- huddle together for a quick pose during a family bowling outing in Newton, KS. Maternal grandparents are Dick and Deanne Benton of Lawrence. Picture was submitted by mom, Dorinda Albrecht of Halstead.
Ella Conover, 3, enjoys a pony ride at the Douglas County Fair. Ella is the daughter of Marc and Wendy Conover of Baldwin City.
Chris Dunlap, Ottawa Kansas expecting a handshake of congratulations on winning a 37-gun shoot off instead received three auspicious bows from fellow shooter Jerry Ray, California.
Chris Dunlap, Ottawa won the 2006 International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association ( IHMSA) International Match Championship in the Unlimited Any Scope Category with an 80X80 and 9 of 10 shoot off targets, with an XP 7BR pistol. Close to 1,000 entries from Brazil, Canada and the US shot in the seven-day match at Tusco Rifle Range, New Philadelphia, OH. Dunlap's Unlimited Scoped score was one of 37 perfect scores in that category, to shot off for Championship honors on Friday July 28th.
These friends rafted together down the Arkansas River on a recent trip to Colorado. Front row: Montana and Remington Samuels, son and daughter of Randy and Tracy Samuels, Lawrence. Second row: David Pierce, son of Randy and Karla Pierce, Eudora, and C.J. Roush, son of Steve and Mandy Grosdidier, Lawrence.
From left, Dennis Vigna, Max Falkenstien, Richard Vigna and Andy Vigna participate in the Cottonwood Classic Golf Tournament. The fundraiser was June 2 at Alvamar public golf course. The Cottonwood Classic, which began in 2001, is an amateur golf tournament made up of individuals and businesses from Lawrence and the surrounding areas.
Ken Griffey Jr., right, is congratulated by Edwin Encarnacion (12). Griffey hit a solo home run Sunday.
Kansas City Royals' Ryan Shealy hits an RBI single. Shealy drove in the winning run against the Boston Red Sox in the eighth inning Thursday in Kansas City, Mo. Emil Brown scored on the hit, and the Royals completed a three-game sweep with a 5-4 victory.
An Israeli soldier speaks to his men as they gather Thursday near the border preparing to enter southern Lebanon in northern Israel. Israel has put plans for a new ground offensive in Lebanon on hold to give a chance to cease-fire efforts, senior government officials said Thursday, a day after Israel's Security Cabinet approved a major expansion of the monthlong war.
Natalynn Tuckness, 2 months, rests on the lap of her grandfather, Al Deathe, during her first camping trip at Sugar Valley Lake over Memorial Day weekend. She is the daughter of Tyler and Lacy Tuckness, Eudora.
Taylor Crowe paints recently at Capaha Park lagoon in Cape Girardeau, Mo. He will use the painting to open his presentation "The View from Here: My Life with Autism," at a conference Sept. 8 in Dallas.
xU.S. Atty. Eric Melgren speaks at a news conference about grand jury indictments of Bob Eisel Powder Coatings and some of its employees. The owner and two employees of the Wichita company were charged Thursday in a 28-count indictment of knowingly hiring illegal immigrants and helping them obtain false identification documents. Kelly Bloyer of the Social Security Administration is at right.
Katelyn Choiniere, 15, and her mother, Donna, 52, do a warm-up lap in Albany, N.Y. In an effort to be healthy, the family doesn't diet but makes exercise a part of life.
Woody Allen, left, plays a magician and Scarlett Johansson stars as a college journalist who team up to investigate the identity of a London serial killer in "Scoop."
Tommy Lee prepares to lower the ax on another contestant during an episode of "Rock Star: Supernova."
A traveler passes in front of police officers with automatic weapons at JFK International Airport in New York. U.S. passengers are facing heightened security at airports after authorities in London uncovered a terror plot aimed at airlines traveling from Britain to the U.S. Security screening lines grew long and slow-moving as passengers got special inspections, and drinks and most other liquids and gels were banned as carry-on items.
Tina, left, and Rodney Breeze sit with their daughter, Dannielle, recently at their home in Burlington. Dannielle was born with cerebral palsy and was recently diagnosed with axonal and demyelinating neuropathy. Doctors do not know how much time she has to live.
Illinois State Fair apple judge Chris Doll awards the first, second and third place ribbons to the winning entries Thursday for Illinois-grown apples at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield, Ill. The Illinois State Fair is scheduled to start today.
A pair of motorcyclists pause at a field of more than 2,000 U.S. flags honoring the military dead from Iraq and Afghanistan, at the 440-acre Buffalo Chip campground Thursday near Sturgis, S.D., during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Five new flags were added this week.
Airport workers Dwayne Smith, right, and Jack Tang dispose of containers filled with liquid items at San Francisco International Airport. Growing lines of irritated travelers snaked through U.S. airports Thursday as people waited hours to reach security checkpoints, where they were ordered to dump all liquids, including water bottles, suntan lotion and even toothpaste.
Air travelers wait in long lines before going through security at Baltimore/Washington International Airport in Linthicum, Md. Passengers at the nation's major international airports suddenly faced long lines and major flight delays Thursday as U.S. authorities declared the highest-ever security alert for commercial planes after the discovery of a terrorist plot aimed at airlines from Britain to the U.S.
Chinese paramilitary officers assist migrant workers Thursday during an evacuation ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Saomai in Wenling, eastern China's Zhejiang province. Typhoon Saomai, the most powerful storm to hit China in decades, slammed into the country's southeast coast Thursday after more than 1.5 million people were evacuated, the government's main news agency reported.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Daunte Culpepper throws during a minicamp earlier this summer. Culpepper, too, will start his team's exhibition opener when the Dolphins face the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday in Miami.
Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger, center, talks with reporters as he leaves the practice field. The Steelers practiced Thursday in Latrobe, Pa. Coach Bill Cowher said Roethlisberger would start the Steelers' preseason opener Saturday in Phoenix.