Albert Guana and Linda King, clients of Cottonwood Inc., won the company's MiniMasters competition June 1. They played miniature golf at The Lodge in Baldwin.
Rob Gillespie, left, receives the 2006 Lawrence Sertoman of the Year Award from Tom Pollard, who earned the honor last year. Gillespie, who works at Central National Bank, received the honor June 20 at the Kansas University Adams Alumni Center. Pollard owns the Tom Pollard Agency.
From left, Erin O'Neil, Kansas University women's golf coach, Sidney Garrett, Julie Jones and Sharon Stultz participate in the Cottonwood Classic Golf Tournament on June 2 at Alvamar public golf course. The tournament raises more than $30,000 a year for Cottonwood Inc., which provides services for individuals with disabilities.
Keith Folkmann, Cottonwood Inc. board member, and Karrie Metzgar participated in Cottonwood's MiniMasters competition at The Lodge in Baldwin. The contest was June 1.
From left are Pat Bello, Cecil Kingsley, Miles Schnaer and Don McNeely. They played in the Cottonwood Classic Golf Tournament on June 2 at Alvamar public golf course. The tournament was a benefit for Cottonwood Inc.
From left, Dennis Vigna, Max Falkenstien, Richard Vigna and Andy Vigna participate in the Cottonwood Classic Golf Tournament. The fundraiser was June 2 at Alvamar public golf course. The Cottonwood Classic, which began in 2001, is an amateur golf tournament made up of individuals and businesses from Lawrence and the surrounding areas.
Indian Hills Church of God had an installation ceremony for Gene Fox, left, worship leader, and Dennis Carnahan, pastor, on July 2 at the church, 601 W. 29th St. Terrace.
From left, Pat and Lester Estelle, Dennis Carnahan and Gene Fox perform July 2 for members of Indian Hills Church of God in Lawrence. Carnahan is the church's new pastor, and Fox is the new worship leader.
From left, Betty Markley, Bobette Puderbaugh and Tina Neal played host to Ron Bisel's retirement party June 10. They surprised him with their modest Playboy outfits and sported milk mustaches. They presented him with a golden milk jug in honor of his 34 years in the dairy industry.