From left are Matt Dominguez, William Harnar, Hunter Shawley and Joey Newhouse of Webelos Den 7 in Cub Scout Pack 3071. They attended Webelos summer camp in July at the Theodore Naish Scout Reservation near Bonner Springs.
Dolly Reed, left, visits with Trinity In-Home Care provider Claudette Ross during the agency's annual picnic June 22 at Broken Arrow Park.
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius recently presented Lindsey Wilson, a Baldwin Junior High School student, with a trophy for being the sixth-grade winning artist in the state's Show Your Kansas Pride Screen Saver Contest. The winning artwork from each grade has been compiled into a free downloadable screen saver featured at www.kansas.gov.
Members of Baldwin Boy Scout Troop 65 pause at Inspiration Point on the Rimrock Trail while camping June 18-24 at Theodore Naish Scout Reservation near Bonner Springs. They are, back row, from left, Robert Lawrenz, Joe Bollig, Tom Anderson, Logan Keener and Austin Krause; and front row from left, Royce Harrison, Callan Anderson, Nick Hagen, Stephen Beegle and "Mac" Halpin.
The Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers had its Midwest regional meeting July 9-10 in the Lawrence area. The meeting included a tour of Henrys' Plant Farm, a dinner of locally-grown foods that was catered by Community Mercantile at Wild Onion Farm, slide show and tour at Pendletons' Country Market and a visit to K-State Research and Extension Center in Olathe. More than 80 people attended. Hosts for the event, from left, were Dan Nagengast and Lynn Byczynski, John and Karen Pendleton, and Marcia and Roy Henry.
Lawrence teens involved with the Youth Volunteer Council, sponsored by the Roger Hill Volunteer Center, were hosts of a July 6 birthday party to celebrate summer birthdays at Lawrence Community Shelter. They are, back row from left, Erin Urich, AmeriCorps member, and Youth Volunteer Council members Alan Hiatt, Cori Allen, Jake Jordan, Hannah Vick and Jing Li; front row from left, Hannah Kapp Klote, Margaret Perkins-McGuinness, manager of Roger Hill Volunteer Center, Stephanie Jian and Kate Mather.
From left, Sally Morris, Dawn Dowis and Michelle Garrison attend the Trinity In-Home Care annual picnic. The picnic was June 22 at Broken Arrow Park. Morris is a Trinity Care provider.
Trinity In-Home Care executive director Kelly Evans poses for a photo with her father, Craig Brown, left, son Jackson and husband Travis Evans. They attended the agency's annual picnic June 22 at Broken Arrow Park.
Lynn Koenig and her children Becca and Hayden attend the Trinity In-Home Care annual picnic June 22 at Broken Arrow Park. Trinity In-Home Care is a Douglas County United Way agency that provides in-home services such as housekeeping, meal preparation, companionship and transportation to families and individuals of all ages.