Miranda Crabtree, 13, Eudora, right, has her picture taken with a Kansas University cheerleader. Miranda attended the KU Cheerleading Camp in July. Her mother, Lori Foos, submitted the picture.
Taylor Stanley won the Grand Champion Market Lamb at the Kansas Junior Livestock Show in Wichita. This is the first time Douglas County has brought home this award. This show has been going on for 75 years. Sherry Stanley, Baldwin City, submitted the picture.
Lawrence Free State High School Spanish and German teacher Stuart Strecker spent three weeks in Encarnación, Paraguay, this summer, with 10 high school students and his daughter, Lidia. The trip took place because of connections made through the school’s Youth Ambassadors program. They were all hosted by local families and attended local schools. Kim Kreicker, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Meg and Scott Hastings, Olathe, attend the recent James Madison Davenport family reunion in Centennial Park. Roxy Taylor, Baldwin City, submitted the picture.
Joe Poe was one of the musicians who played for the Patti Butcher-Justin Schweppe birthday party/benefit at the Replay Lounge. The two celebrated their joint birthdays with a benefit, and proceeds went to the Social Service League’s program that provides eye exams and glasses for people in need. Georgann Eglinski, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Sandra Austin, Fruitland, idaho, and Jana Hyatt, Valdez, Alaska, attend the recent James Madison Davenport family reunion in Centennial Park. Everyone who attended is a descendant of James Davenport. Roxy Taylor, Baldwin City, submitted the picture.
Friends Patti Butcher and Justin Schweppe, both of Lawrence, celebrated their birthdays together by conducting a benefit at the Replay Lounge on May 2. Proceeds from the event went to the Social Service League’s program that provides eye exams and glasses for people in need. Georgann Eglinski, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Several KU football players visit Wyndom Place. Barbara Hackathorn, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Congressman Jerry Moran stands with participants of the Sunflower Foundation Advocacy Fellowship program on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Brecke Latham, Moran’s communications director, submitted the picture.
Richard and Sheryl Weeks’ family, formerly of Lawrence and just moved to the Kansas City area, are pictured at the recent James Madison Davenport family reunion in Centennial Park. Everyone pictured is a descendant of James Davenport. Roxy Taylor, Baldwin City, submitted the picture.
Two former Lawrence residents and LHS alumni of the class of 1965, Father Bob Flannery of Carbondale, Ill., left, and Lutheran Pastor Bill Moorhead of Omaha, Neb., right, are seen before the recent installation ceremony of the new Catholic Archbishop of Omaha, George J. Lucas, center. Moorhead is pastor of Pacific Hills Lutheran Church, and Flannery served on the leadership team of the Illinois Conference of Churches with Lucas before the new archbishop’s appointment in Nebraska. Moorhead submitted the picture.
Joe Goebel is spending the summer working at Philmont ScoutRanch in Cimarron, N.M. This is his second year on staff at the Commissary. He is a 2008 graduate of Jefferson West High School in Meriden and an Eagle Scout. He will return to Washburn University in the fall. Goebel, formerly of Ozawkie, resides in Lawrence with his parents, Paul and Beni Goebel. Paul submitted the picture.
The Wimer and Overbaugh families are pictured at the recent James Madison Davenport family reunion in Centennial Park. Another reunion is planned in two years. Everyone pictured is a descendant of James Davenport. Roxy Taylor, Baldwin City, submitted the picture.
The Pacheco Band entertains friends and family at their July 4 celebration. The band consists of Manuel (singer and guitar player), David (singer and keyboard player), Jesse II (singer and guitar player), Michael (drummer) and T.J. (soundboard) Pacheco. The flags represent the family’s years of military service, mostly in the U.S. Marines. Kitty Pacheco, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
The Knights of Columbus Council 1372 recently prepared and served dinner after the 5 p.m. Mass at the St. Lawrence Catholic Campus Center. John Callewaert, Lawrence, puts out dessert. Brian Walter took the picture, and Callewaert submitted it.
Sam, 5, left, and Noah Kelemen, 3, reach the end of the kids’ bike race on Massachusetts Street on the Fourth of July. The boys’ mother, Julie Kelemen, Lawrence, who submitted the picture.
Nick Kennedy, 7, and his father, Jay, celebrate Nick’s recent third-place finish in BMX at the Midwest Redline Cup Qualifiers in Topeka. Nick’s mother, Jodi Kennedy, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Kids line up on Robinson Drive in northwest Lawrence for the Fourth of July street parade. Julie Kelemen, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Kalee Oberzan, Peter Monshizadeh, Dustin Riat and Matt Luna enjoy food from Marisco’s at the Lawrence Originals Fourth of July food festival. Cindy Monshizadeh submitted the picture.
Angela Hooks, from Pro-Cuts, helps Amanda Morris, 12, donate 10 inches of hair to Locks for Love. Amanda’s father, Jeff Morris, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Free State High School Cheerleaders attend NCA Camp,, where they won many awards (five All Americans, Top Performance Team, Champion Chant, Spirit Stick, Leadership Award — Emma Groene — and top All American — Cali Brasseur). Paige Hofer, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Glee Garlie, left, Fort Collins, Colo., shares a Jayhawk moment with her daughter, Shannon Garlie, 19. Glee, formerly Glee Jewell, is a 1981 Kansas University graduate and member of the KU swim team from 1976 to 1980; her daughter is a KU sophomore and also a member of the swim team. Glee’s parents, Jack and Jane Jewell, Lawrence, submitted the picture..
Hayden Koch, 6 months, keeps an eye on her parents during the recent “Red Dog Days” community workout. She is the daughter of Mark and Sara Jane Scott Koch and the granddaughter of Mary Ann Scott, Lawrence, who submitted the picture.