Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik attended the Lawrence Schools Foundation Community Education Breakfast with the 2009 Community Education Breakfast Committee. Back row, from left, are Martin Moore, Lawrence Schools Foundation trustee; Cindy Self, trustee; Ron Aul, foundation president; Susan Esau, executive director; Donna Morris, staff; and Becky Orth, trustee; front row, from left, Stacy Riggins, staff; Rosy Elmore, trustee; Dominik; and Lee Beth Dever, trustee. The Sept. 18 event was at the Lawrence Holidome.
Jared Comfort, left, Schwegler School principal, and Scott Cinnamon, Cordley School principal, enjoy their breakfast as guests at the Sept. 18 Lawrence Schools Foundation Community Education Breakfast at the Lawrence Holidome.
Don Dalquest, commander of the American Legion Liberty-Dorsey Post No. 14 of Lawrence, left, introduces the national American Legion commander, Clarence Hill, of Martins Ferry, Ohio, during a meeting and dinner at the Lawrence post Oct. 23.
The Toe Jam Puppet Band performed a back-to-school concert Sept. 5 at the Lawrence Arts Center. The concert was a benefit for the LAC preschool. Joining members of the Massachusetts-based band are, front row, from left, Emmy Burris, 6; Addy Burris, 3; Estelle Bass, 2; and Leonard Bass, 4.
Outstanding student athletes were recognized Sept. 18 at the Lawrence Schools Foundation Community Education Breakfast at the Lawrence Holidome. From left are Taylor Coleman, Lawrence High School; Caroline Mayhew, Free State High School; Superintendent Rick Doll; LHS grad and keynote speaker Mark Dominik; Jasmyn Turner, LHS, and Nick Hassig, FSHS.
Jack Ellena Honda, 2112 W. 29th St., invited members of the community to smash a pink van with a sledgehammer to raise funds to fight breast cancer. Participating in the event on Oct. 16 are, from left, Amy Whitson, Christy Ellena, Jessica Lala, Glenna Corn, Lawrence Mayor Rob Chestnut, Gail Vick, John Ellena and Cheri Thompson. Vick and Thompson were co-chairwomen of the Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer event.
Cheri Thompson, Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer co-chairwoman, prepares to take a swing at a pink van on Oct. 16 at Jack Ellena Honda. The dealership offered the public two swings for $1,with the proceeds going to the Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer event.
The Lawrence Rotary Club met Sept. 21 at the Lawrence Holidome. Members from left are, Jim Ralston, Club President Ann Evans, District Governor Jim Mattes and Stan Shumway. Mattes spoke at the meeting.