John Nalbandian, his wife, Carol, both recipients of the 2008 Buford M. Watson Award, at the 2008 Leadership Lawrence Graduation Breakfast April 25 at the Kansas Union.
Jana Dobbs was announced the winner of the Wally Galluzzi Chamber Volunteer Award at the Leadership Lawrence Graduation Breakfast on April 25 at the Kansas Union.
Shirley Martin-Smith was announced the recipient of the Don Volker Leadership Award April 25 at the Kansas Union.
Sheila Wilkins, left, and Sylvie Rueff collect donations to support Planned Parenthood's Lawrence Health Center on March 30 at Liberty Hall. The fundraising event promoted community awareness about the services provided by the center.
Amy Trettel, left, and Jenny Scales wear pins created by Dave Van Hee that were part of a fundraising effort for Planned Parenthood's Lawrence Health Center on March 30 at Liberty Hall. The event promoted community awareness about the services provided by the health center.
Kolene Dietz, left, Barbara Duke and Tom Harper viewed the film "Motherhood by Choice, Not Chance" at the Planned Parenthood benefit March 30 at Liberty Hall.
From left, Liz Smith, Lynette Wood and Sarajane Koch enjoy the music of Three Bean Salad at the Planned Parenthood fundraiser March 30 at Liberty Hall. The event promoted community awareness about the services provided by the Lawrence Health Center.
Members of Girl Scout Troop 7630 received awards from the Friends Of Hidden Valley at the Douglas County Girl Scout Service Unit annual dinner April 21. From left are Elizabeth Marks, Marian Ali, Jackie Holladay, Olivia Marshall, Rebecca Thompson and Grace Clark.
Marks, Ali, Marshall and Thompson received a $50 Troop Award for their work involved in cleaning up Hidden Valley Camp. Clark and Holladay won Mariana Remple Scholarships, which were established to help build leadership skills. Clark is registered with the Girl Scouts and as an Explorer Scout, part of Boy Scouting. Holladay, an adult Girl Scout, does most of the First Aid/CPR training for leaders and parents in this area.
Members of Kansas University Psi Chi chapter, National Honor Society in Psychology, participated in Relay for Life. From left are Allie Peck, Drew Fowler, Peter Biberstein, Joseph Tennant, Rawni Anderson, Erik Nelson and Sarah Stegman. The event was May 2 at KU's Memorial Stadium and was sponsored by the American Cancer Society to support cancer research.