Attending the 100th anniversary celebration of the Kansas University School of Nursing are, from left, Lynn and Debbie O'Neal, Lawrence; Dorothy Knoll, dean of students at KU Medical Center; and Mary Ruth Yulich, 1956 nursing school graduate and president of the nurses alumni association. The event, which was Feb. 7 at Lawrence Country Club, included a cake-cutting ceremony and speakers. The nursing school has educated more than 5,000 nurses.
Helping celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Kansas University School of Nursing, are, from left, Mary and Warren Corman, Lawrence, and Dr. Bob and Alice Cotton, Topeka. Alice is a 1946 graduate of the nursing school, and Mary Corman and Bob Cotton are graduates of KU Medical Center. The celebration was Feb. 7 at Lawrence Country Club.
Shay O'Brien, left, of Women's Transitional Care Services, receives a donation from Sally Cloar, president of Welcome Club of Lawrence. The club donated $750 in cash and three tables of new merchandise during a fundraising luncheon in November at First Presbyterian Church.
From left, Brandy Hurrelbrink, Lawrence, and her daughter Lacey, 11, and Brandy's mother, Terry Moore, Lawrence, attend the Lawrence Home Show, which was last weekend at the First Serve Tennis Center, 5200 Clinton Parkway.
From left are Sen. Roger Pine, Shelby Erickson, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, Katie Hirsch and Grace Hupe. Erickson, Hirsch and Hupe, all students at Perry Middle School, served as pages for Pine in Topeka. Erickson is the daughter of Matthew and Laura Erickson. Hirsch is the daughter of Chris and Mary Hirsch, and Hupe is the daughter of Dennis and Beth Hupe.
Attending a Lunar New Year party are, from left, Sharon Beak, a second-year Kansas University Korean language student; Maija Rhee Devine, Korean lecturer at KU; Sang Hyun Kim, Korean lecturer at KU, and his daughter Minjoo Kim, 5. The party, sponsored by the KU Center for East Asian Studies, was Jan. 27 at the Ecumenical Christian Ministries building. More than 300 people attended the event.
The Lawrence High School Chamber Choir performs for the Welcome Club of Lawrence on Dec. 14 at Alvamar Country Club. It was the club's Christmas luncheon. The club is open to women who would like to make new acquaintances, learn about the community and explore special interests.
Connie Robertson, Lawrence, took her grandchildren Cameron Elston, 5, left, and Courtney Elston, 9, to the Lawrence Home Show. The event, which drew about 60 contractors, suppliers, retailers and lenders, was last weekend at the First Serve Tennis Center.