Participating in the MS Walk 2006 from left are Stacey Rudman, Emman Reaney, Reilly Moore, Sarah Schwartz, Elle Weber and Hillary Yoder all 13 and from Lawrence.
At a rest stop on the MS Walk 2006 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, volunteer Carol Pilant offers some water to dogs Redmond, center and Scarlet, foreground right. Scarlet's owner Susan Eakins, Lawrence, participated in the walk.
Pippa Loupe, Lawrence, carries her son Paul, 6, on part of the MS Walk 2006. The fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society was Saturday.
Dancers Jolona Shield, 9, left, and her sister Adree, 10, catch a cool breeze from a fan after dancing at the First Nations Student Association's 18th annual pow-wow at KU's Robinson Gym.
Native American dancers perform tradition and fancy dance spins as they circle around the gym at KU's Robinson Gym during the Grand Entry at the KU Pow-Wow. Saturday's dance was the First Nations Student Association's 18th annual pow-wow.
From left friends Christina Haswood, 12, a student at Prairie Park school, Christian Frank, 13, and her sister Elaine Frank, 11, both students at Woodlawn School, join an open invitation dance at the KU Pow-Wow. Elaine Frank and Haswood competed in the contest dances for junior girls traditional jingle and fancy dance.
Willow Sapp, 18-months, tries to capture a soap bubble in South Park. Sapp was with her family for Earth Day activities in the park Saturday.
Children roll around an large earth ball in South Park during Earth Day activities.
The White family, from bottom left, Isaac, 3, Stacey and Scott don frog hats during the annual Earth Day Parade. The Whites walked amongst hundreds of parade-goers from 7th and Vermont to South Park during the parade on Saturday.
Dressed as a raindrop with an umbrella, Paige Blair parades down Massachusetts Street during the annual Earth Day Parade. A stream of costume clad parade-goers transformed downtown into a colorful spectical on Saturday in celebration of Earth Day.
Joe Douglas carries a sign riddled with sarcasim during the annual Earth Day Parade on Saturday along Massachusetts Street.
Alder Cromwell, 9, sits high in a bald cyprus tree in South Park to watch a band play during Earth Day activities.
Jacob Sewell, Lawrence, takes a measurement on the distance of a tossed rubber chicken. Participants in the Life Suppor Rally benefit for Headquarters Counseling Center competed with home-made devices in the chicken chucking contest. The Life Support Rally was held Saturday at Sunflower Elementary school.
Katy McMillen, KU senior, Salina, left, and her partner Jenna Sheldon-Sherman, KU senior, Lawrence, load up a rubber chicken in their "Going the Distance" chicken tossing device. The two were competing in the chicken chucking contest that was part of the Life Support Rally benefit for Headquarters Counseling Center.
Jenna Sheldon-Sherman, KU senior, Lawrence, jumps to celebrate her chicken chucking prowess after using a home-made device to toss a rubber chicken.
Sheldon-Sherman and a partner were competing in the first chicken chucking contest that was part of the Life Support Rally benefit for Headquarters Counseling Center at Sunflower Elementary school. The rally included bicycle routes of 6, 12, 36 and 50 miles.