Jason Sneegas and Carly Fish, homecoming king and queen at Free State High School, have a rainy reception after they were crowned during halftime of the football game against Olathe North. The game was Sept. 21 at Haskell Stadium.
Douglas Berry, left, and Bob Gent call out raffle numbers at Central Junior High School's back-to-school family picnic Aug. 12 in South Park. They are parents of seventh-graders.
Madelyn Jenks, from left, talks with Greg Hazen and Jo Andersen, all of Lawrence, during the Jayhawk Regional Tournament sponsored by the American Contract Bridge League. The group played Sept. 21 at the Lawrence Holidome. The five-day event featured nearly 500 participants from 18 states and Canada.
Mike Flader, center, checks on Shirley Matthews, left, and Addie Hanna's bridge game during the Jayhawk Regional Tournament at the Lawrence Holidome. Flader, of Minneapolis, Minn., is associate national director for the American Contract Bridge League. Matthews and Hanna are from Kansas City, Mo., and Topeka, respectively.
David Holzman, Olathe, and Clarice Broz, Lawrence, play bridge at the Jayhawk Regional Tournament at the Lawrence Holidome. Holzman and Broz competed Sept. 21. The five-day event featured nearly 500 participants from 18 states and Canada.
From left are Margaret May Damen, Sally Hare Schriner and Judy Wright, who spoke at the Sept. 7 meeting of Women Philanthropists for KU. The event was at the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University. Damen, founder of the Institute for Women and Wealth, led guests in a mini-workshop on "Women and Philanthropy."
Seniors in the 2007 Homecoming Court at Free State High School are, back row, from left, Gordon Fry, Masa Ohtake, Andrew Heck, Joe Carr, Nathan Ideus, Jason Sneegas, Tim Malcolm and John Bergman; front row, Dana Hansen, Katie Chauvin, Caroline Markley, Bailey Carlson, Erin Robinson, Brooke Carter, Carly Fish and Valerie Jennings.
Polly Bales was a featured speaker at a meeting of the Women Philanthropists for KU. Bales, a Lawrence resident who is a longtime Kansas University philanthropist, attended the Sept. 7 event at the Dole Institute of Politics.
Sheila Orth, left, and Olivette Watson attend the Central Junior High School back-to-school family picnic Aug. 12 in South Park.