Kyle Tayler, left, of Golf USA, is congratulated by Phil Bradley, the master of ceremonies, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008 upon receiving an award of excellence during the Chamber Member Business Expo/Mixer at the Holidome.
David Allen, left, and Keith Riley, second to left, are given an award of excellence Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008 by Beth Johnson, second to right, and Tom Kern, right, of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, during the Chamber Member Business Expo/Mixer at the Holidome.
Sam Ferguson, left, Raymore, Mo., and Elaine Gilchrist Drake, Madison, Miss., attended the Liberty Memorial High School Class of 1948 60th reunion on Nov. 8. The event began with coffee and doughnuts at the Lawrence Visitor Center and concluded with a dinner at Alvamar Country Club.
Liberty Memorial High School classmates and spouses visit during dinner for a 60th reunion for the Class of 1948 on Nov. 8 at Alvamar Country Club. From left are Alvin and Nancy Haverty, Sue and Kermit Beal, all of Lawrence, and John Cain, Sun River, Ore. Members of the class are Alvin Haverty, Kermit Beal and John Cain.
Members of Liberty Memorial High School Class of 1948 attended a 60th reunion on Nov. 8. From left are George Goff, Lawrence; Dick Durbin, Overland Park; Don Welter, Lawrence; Jeannine Schindler Maturo, Lawrence; and Dick Davis, Lawrence. Approximately 55 classmates participated in the event.
Lawrence Women’s Network members attending the 2008 holiday party from left are Kay Metzger, Megan Poindexter, Connie Warkins, Candy Monroe, Cathy Nunley, Vauncele Pearson and Jeanette Ochs. The Dec. 11 event included a potluck dinner, gift exchange and an award presentation at the home of Betty Markley.
Cathy Nunley, left, presents the Lawrence Women’s Network 2008 Outstanding Career Woman of the Year Award to Candy Monroe during the LWN holiday party on Dec. 11. Monroe is the systems support and training coordinator at Prosoco Inc. She also serves as the Membership Committee co-chairwoman for the organization. The award is presented annually to a LWN member who exhibits outstanding achievements in her career, a commitment to LWN, community citizenship and a dedication to family.
University National Bank donated $2,500 and Sanders Software Consulting donated $500 to Health Care Access Clinic’s patient programs and services on Dec. 10. From left are Todd Sutherland, UNB; Nikki King, executive director of Health Care Access; Kalene Sanders and Elizabeth Eversole, both of Sanders Software Consulting.
Sally Zogry, left, Health Care Access Clinic development assistant, thanks Lora Wiley, of Au Marche, on Nov. 20 for a $3,000 check that will support patient services. Au Marche customers selected Health Care Access Clinic to receive 10 percent of the store’s sales during October.