Carter Williams, a Shawnee running and CrossFit coach, is one of the contestants in "Survivor: Philipines," which premieres Sept. 19.
One-year-old Evan Callshim, of Lawrence, lies back in a tub of corn Sunday at the Fall Harvest Festival at Pendleton’s Country Market, 1446 E. 1850 Road.
Graham Hall, 2, carefully touches a monarch butterfly while Landon Rake, 2, and his mother, Rachel Rake, watch at the Fall Harvest Festival at Pendleton's Country Market on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012.
Nicolasa Lemus-Kenny performs a traditional Mexican folk dance during the Festival of Cultures at South Park on Sunday.
Javier Lemmons, left, and Carlos Mendoza, both of Lawrence, find a quiet spot on a park bench where they can play with Javier’s phone before performing a dance Sunday at the annual Festival of Cultures in South Park. The festival celebrates a wide variety of cultures in Lawrence and features music, dance, activities, food, games and crafts.
Two of the nine chickens in Meryl Carver-Allmond’s coop take the yard. Residents may keep one female chicken per 500 square feet of lot size, with a maximum of 20 birds, according to Lawrence’s animal regulation code.
Meryl Carver-Allmond waits for her 1-year-old son Knox to catch up as the two go to feed the chickens on Sept. 6 in the backyard of their East Lawrence home.
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Emma Wolf and her friend Julian Almon show off their Lego project, which won first place in the 11- to 16-year-old category in the Lego building contest last month at The Toy Store. Emma is the daughter of Amy Corbett of Overland Park and Charlie Wolf of Mission; the granddaughter of Sonnie and Jerry Kemberling and the great-granddaughter of Jean and Okie Snedeger, all of Lawrence. Julian is the son of Amy Stevenson and Michael Almon, both of Lawrence. Sonnie Kemberling submitted the photo.