Employees at Del Monte Pet Products in Lawrence, from left, Sarah Ray, Kerry Bowman and Steve Chambers helped organize the Goofy Golf Competition during the company's United Way campaign. The event was Oct. 31.
Rachel Seymour, left, and Samira Naji are ready to greet guests at the home of Andrea Partee during the Holiday Homes Tour, a benefit for Health Care Access Clinic. The event was Dec. 2.
Students from Baldwin and Eudora high schools are recognized for donations during the recent United Way of Douglas County campaign. From left are Ted and Peach Madl, Baldwin Division co-chairs for the campaign; Tess Lyons, Student Council president at Baldwin High; and Logan Hartpence, Connor Hartpence, Paul Walrod and Chelsea Carnagie, representing Eudora High School. Baldwin City won the Weigh In for United Way trophy for raising $1,018, and Eudora collected $672. They were recognized during halftime of the schools' football game Oct. 25.
Lisa Patrick's home was featured in the Health Care Access Clinic's Holiday Homes Tour on Dec. 2. Her Christmas tree had a Dr. Seuss theme.
Eudora students collect change during the fifth annual Weigh In for United Way competition Oct. 25. From left are David Pierce; Jordan Ballock; Deborah Becker, Eudora Division chairwoman for the United Way campaign; Lucas Becker; Connor Hartpence and Logan Hartpence.
Jan McCullough oversees the arts and crafts sale conducted at Plymouth Congregational Church as part of the Health Care Access Clinic's Holiday Homes Tour. McCullough served as a committee member for the tour. The fundraiser was Dec. 2.
Jake Kenyon, left, and Ben Wahl direct traffic during the Health Care Access Clinic's Holiday Homes Tour. The fundraiser was Dec. 2.
Jason Raine participates in the Goofy Golf Competition at Del Monte Pet Products in Lawrence. Looking on at the Oct. 31 event are, from left, Kim Johnson, Arland Pavlicek and Cam Caldwell. The contest was part of the company's United Way employee campaign.