Kansas’ Haley Yearout (8) kicks the ball away from UNLV’s Jenn Wolfe (9) during their soccer match Sunday, August 26, 2012, at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
UNLV’s Caitlin Allen (3) lands on the back of Kansas’ Nicole Chrisopulos as they try to gain control of the ball during their soccer match Sunday, August 26, 2012, at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Kansas’ Caroline Kastor, left, and UNLV’s Justine Sauder each get a foot on the ball as they stretch to try to gain possession during their soccer match Sunday, August 26, 2012, at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Seven-year-old Isabella Ball, Lawrence, performs with her music teacher Tricia Spencer.
Rick Marshall, Paola, plays with the rest of his band, Blue Stem, during the Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championships.
From left, Bob Atchison, Manhattan, and Tricia Spencer and Doug Dubois, both of Lawrence, play an impromptu jam session during the Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championships on Sunday in South Park.
Junior Jordan Key hands junior Sam Tinsdeall a free T-shirt Saturday in the Kansas Union during the Center for Community Outreach's Super Service Saturday. Volunteers received a free T-shirt and pizza after registering to volunteer.
Martha F. Garcia
Elizabeth “Betty” Hurd
Alan Randolph Hawkins
The Lawrence Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #309 held its third annual Fire in the Hole Barbecue Competition from June 1 to June 2. The recipients of this year’s fundraising were the Douglas County Toys for Tots and the Lawrence Police Department’s Blue Santa program, a charity that helps needy families at Christmas with food and presents. The competition raised $7,000 this year and was split between the two charities. Pictured from left are barbecue committee members Laura Montgomery, Ellen Kimmel, Angie McKinney, Paige Hill, barbecue director Kelly Driscoll, trustee Mark Pierce, trustee John Laudick, Dana Laudick, and current Aerie #309 worthy president Russell Waltz. The competition, held in the Aerie parking lot, featured a dozen teams from around the state and drew hundreds of community members.