Jono Bowles, center, a senior at Free State High School, and his escort, Molly Flyer, stand in shock after Bowles was named this year's homecoming king. Leigh Luina was crowned homecoming queen at the football game Oct. 6 at Haskell Stadium.
Judy and Dennis Grossnickle, Manhattan, wait for a dance to begin at the Happy Time Squares Dance Club fundraiser Boots, Bows and BBQ at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Grossnickles are presidents of the Kansas Square Dance Assn.
Virgie Pine, left, and Betty Davis attend the AARP picnic Aug. 25 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Helping to clean up after the AARP picnic Aug. 25 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds are, from left, Alice Eisele, Jane Pracht, Phyllis Cross and Noreen Hein.
Bryttni Schlesener, 7, gets help from gymnastics coach Kelly Dirks during a flip. Several students from the Dance City Performing Arts Academy used a trampoline to demonstrate some moves during the Light the Night Walk on Sept. 23 at South Park. The event, which drew about 500 people for a carnival, raised nearly $40,000 for leukemia and lymphoma research.
Helping celebrate the Cottonwood Foundation's 21st birthday at Dunn's Landing in Wellsville are, from left, Chuck Warner, Sharon Stultz, Lyman Wiley and Shirley Wenger, all foundation board members; and Web Golden, Cottonwood Inc. board member.
Tom and Gaye Groene join the celebration for the Cottonwood Foundation's 21st birthday at Dunn's Landing in Wellsville. Tom Groene is a Cottonwood Foundation board member.