Attending the Oct. 18 Community Engagement Initiative Infrastructure meeting are, from left, Martha Hodgesmith, Research and Training Center on Independent Living; Rebecca Rosenthal, Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing; Hilda Enoch; and Gerry Richardson. The CEI project is designed to increase health care access for people with disabilities.
Photo courtesy of Val Renault
Stacey Hunter Schwartz and Bob Mikesic, both of Independence, Inc., attend the Town Hall meeting for the Community Engagement Initiative Sept. 16 at Independence Inc. Independence Inc. and the Research and Training Center on Independent Living at Kansas University are collaborating to increase health care access for people with disabilities in Lawrence and Douglas County.
From left, Sarah King, Robbie Wood, Eli Anderson, Shelby Williams and Yacey Young work on a project in the wetlands south of Haskell Indian Nations University on Oct. 23, 2011, as part of Make a Difference Day, which is coordinated by the Roger Hill Volunteer Center.
Members of Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity at Kansas University, from left, Dev Vrat Khanna, Patrick Storm and Mike Malone, volunteered to work on a project at a CLO home for Make a Difference Day on Oct. 23. The event, coordinated by The Roger Hill Volunteer Center, brought out 150 volunteers.