Susan King, a fitness instructor with Lawrence Parks and Recreation, leads a group in Wednesday’s Zumba in the Park event amid triple-digit temperatures. The exercise event was part of a Community Wellness Fair and Lawrence Parks and Recreation Month celebration.
Mark Brown, of the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department, repairs a broken sprinkler in Constant Park early Wednesday morning that was leaving grass dry.
Judy Willett, national director of Village to Village Network, will be speaking about the village concept for older adults during a community meeting Thursday in Lawrence. The network was founded a couple of years ago to help communities start their own villages and sustain them.
Gary Rexroad, left, and Zak Bolick are co-chairmen of a new group, CadreLawrence, that hopes to get people more active at City Hall in voicing their support for growth and economic development projects.
The Goober Burger at Yacht Club Sports Bar and Grill, 530 Wisc.
Sean Barrett Walker makes his first appearance before a judge at the Douglas County Jail hearing room on an involuntary manslaughter charge related to a 2010 fatality accident on Clinton Parkway that killed 19-year-old Mary Grace Paez.
Jim Kittel, a recently graduated Lawrence High School student who has won several awards for his artwork, will be attending the Pratt Institute’s School of Art and Design in Brooklyn, N.Y., this fall.
Lawrence artist Lori Norwood creates a steel and glass sculpture of Pentathlon athletes to be on displayed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Norwood is a former Olympian and Pentathlon athlete. From left the sculpture represents the Pentathlon events of pistol shooting, show jumping, running, fencing and swimming.
A combination of glass and steel creates the image of the head of a horse, part of a sculpture by Lawrence artist Lori Norwood. The piece depicts Pentathlon athletes and wil be on display at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Norwood is a former Olympian and Pentathlon athlete.
A combination of glass and steel creates the image of a horse and rider, part of a sculpture by Lawrence artist Lori Norwood. The piece depicts Pentathlon athletes and will be on display at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Norwood is a former Olympian and Pentathlon athlete.
Natural pet healer Cathy King works with Chester Copperpot, a dog owned by Lawrence resident Jared Mellard, Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at Kaw Valley Natural Pet Care, 514 East 9th St. King was working with Chester to try to address issues surrounding recent instances of aggression. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Don “Red Dog” Gardner, left, helps Deavin Fansler, 15, during an exercise program that Gardner directs at Van Go Mobile Arts in which students participate in exercises and are served healthy snacks and lunches. Pictured in the background is one of the 20 benches that will be unveiled on Friday. More than 250 benches have been created since Van Go’s Benchmark program began.
Robert ‘Bob’ V. Hirschberg
Robert Joseph McPherson “Mac”
James Leroy Butler
Children at a week of summer camp organized by the German School of Northeast Kansas listen to a witch tell them about two children, Hänsel and Gretel. The witch looks surprisingly similar to their teacher, Frau Farrar, who disappeared briefly. Pictured from left are Anna Osterhaus, 12, of Lawrence, Catharine Richards, 12, of Lawrence, Maden Meneley, 9, of Abilene, Caitlyn Barbour, 6, of Leavenworth, and Phyllis Farrar, of Lawrence. Michael Windheuser, executive director of the German School of Northeast Kansas, submitted the photo.