Employees of The World Company rang bells for the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Campaign on Dec. 10. Sports writer Chuck Woodling, left, and Marketplace operations specialist Adrian Jacobs braved the cold outside Dillons, 3000 W. Sixth St.
Soroptimist International members, from left, Barbara Murphy, Connie Boring and Jo Ann Kappelman, volunteer as bellringers for the Salvation Army on Dec. 12 at Dillons, 3000 W. Sixth St.
Volunteering as bellringers for the Salvation Army Dec. 12 at Dillons, 3000 W. Sixth St., are, from left, Linda Mullens, Janet Riley and Bev Hill, members of the Lawrence chapter of Soroptimist International.
George Francis and his Collegians Dance Orchestra played most of the college and fraternity dances at Kansas University in the 1950s and 1960s. In this 1966 picture taken at Lawrence High School, are, back row, from left, Francis, trumpet; Lanna Wyatt, vocalist; Leonard Cuddy, drums; Tom Bonar, bass; and Nick Fryman, piano; front row, from left, Bob Zilliox, trombone; and Clyde Bysom, Dick Wright, and Andy Murray, all on saxophone.
During the Kansas Association of the Family and Community Education (KAFCE) State Conference, held Oct. 6-7 in Pittsburg, the Kanwaka FCE unit of Douglas County won the first place Kansas “Community Service” award. Margaret Fuston of Lecompton, left, accepts the award from Sharon Giacometti, KAFCE vice president.
George Francis and his Collegians Dance Orchestra, which played in the 1950 and 1960s, gathered Aug. 21 at the Francis’ residence in Lawrence. Returning members are, back row, from left, Leonard Cuddy, Washington D.C.; Lanna Rios, Lexington, Mo.; Bob Zilliox, Hanover, Ind.; and Tom Bonar, Indianapolis; front row, from left, Nick Fryman, Los Angeles; and George Francis and Clyde Bysom, both of Lawrence. Dick Wright and Andy Murray, who also were members of the band, are deceased.
The state conference of the Kansas Association of Family and Community Education (KAFCE) was Oct. 6-7 at Pittsburg State University. Margaret Fuston, Lecompton, left, was presented the Kansas “Heart of FCE” award by Tina Bailey, Northeast Area FCE director.
Judy Wulfkuhle, Lecompton, left, and president of the Douglas County Family and Community Education Council, accepted the state “First Place Award in Education” for the council project of “Books, The Other Channel.” The award was presented at the Kansas Association of the Family and Community Education (KAFCE) state convention, Oct. 6-7, in Pittsburg, by state vice president, Sharon Giacometti.