From left, Betty Williams, Marge King, Evelyn Mollhegan of Lorraine, Irene Reynolds and hostess Helen Bennett have a high tea in honor of St. Patrick’s 30 years as an evangelist for Christianity. Bennett, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Evelyn and Luther Kelly were crowned senior queen and king for the Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Kellys will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in July. Sarah Kelly, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Mary and Ray Schimmel were crowned queen and king during the Valentine’s Day celebration at Medicalodges Eudora. Linda Schimmel, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Judy Bellome, CEO for Douglas County Visiting Nurses, Rehabilitation and Hospice Care, thanks JC Penney’s employees Megan McGlinn, Laura Gloeckner and Cathy NeSmith for their design assistance in decorating the VNA Care Cottage.
From left, Sabrina and Natasha Graham, Olathe, meet with Gov. Mark Parkinson, along with Meredith VonFeldt, Lawrence, and Megan VonFeldt, Olathe. They visited the Capitol to serve as pages for State Rep. Lance Kinzer, not pictured, 14th District, whose office submitted the picture.
Zaq, left, and Jackson Rood, 2, are big Kansas University fans. Jackson would rather watch basketball than cartoons. He is the son of Zaq and Trisha Rood, Lawrence, who took and submitted the picture.
Milo Jesse Patrick, 2 months, and Declan Robert Patrick, 4, are the children of Sean Patrick and Vicki Pepperdine, Lawrence, who submitted the picture.
Millard Murray, 84, “crashes” the baby shower for his newest great-grandson, Kaleb Nathanial Eberhart. Kaleb’s parents are Isaiah and Angela Eberhart; his sisters are Emma and Kaidren; and his brother is Michael Eberhart, of Prairie Village. Kaleb’s grandmother, Jean Eberhart, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Congressional interns Allyn Denning, left, and Francesca Chambers, right, serve in Congressman Jerry Moran’s office in Washington, D.C. Denning is a 2009 Kansas University graduate, and Chambers is a KU senior. Lindsey Trent, communications director for Moran, submitted the picture.
Christian recording artist and former American Idol finalist Phil Stacey answers questions about himself and his career for Veritas Christian School students during a visit before performing at convocation. April Phillips, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
From left, Alice Ann Johnston, Don Johnston and Campus Minister Thad Holcombe attend the Ecumenical Christian Ministries Ministry of the Hearth capital campaign’s kickoff celebration, attended by 100 donors and friends. Alison Watkins submitted the picture.
Jon King, Lawrence, left, meets with two-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion Craig Alexander in San Diego. Jon’s wife, Nikki King, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Four generations come together for Lauraine Mulally’s 90th birthday. Standing, from left, are Kelsey, Sydney, Shelley, Kirt, Larry and Laura Kampshroeder; and seated at front is Mulally, who submitted the picture.
From left, five generations of Danneviks — Roger, Bob, Ruth, Nic and Porter Dannevik — are pictured in this six-year-old family archive photo. Bob submitted the picture in memory of Grandma Ruth, who died three years ago.
Donors who contributed toward the purchase of a new Steinway D concert grand piano gathered at the Lied Center of Kansas on Jan. 21 for an unveiling of the piano. Pictured, from left, are Barbara Nordling, Lawrence; Hurst Coffman, Topeka; and Gunda and Dave Hiebert, Lawrence. The new piano will be dedicated to specific performances, including world-class visiting pianists, Kansas University faculty and student recitals, and pianists performing with the university symphony. Lisa Scheller of KU Endowment submitted the photo.
Six soloists perform with the Free State Symphony Orchestra in the Free State Auditorium. From left are Peter Lesslie, senior cello; Emily Paulsen, senior flute; Dravid Joseph, senior piano; Adriane Dick, junior flute; Liesel Reussner, junior oboe; and Jenny Loewen, senior violin. Lynn Basow, conductor, submitted the picture.
Hazel Rymer, far right, and other scientists from the Open University, United Kingdom; Simon Fraser University, Canada; and the University of Auckland, New Zealand, lead Earthwatch expeditions to study the Masaya volcano in Nicaragua. George Sundstrom, team volunteer, submitted the picture.
Students at Kids First Preschool sing at the annual Christmas Sing-A-Long at First United Methodist Church’s Celebration Center. Betsy Kelly, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Benjamin Ames Dehart, 6 months, is the son of Aaron and Amy Dehart, San Jose, Calif., and the grandson of Frank and Wilma Dehart, Lawrence. Aaron was a 1994 Lawrence High School graduate. Frank submitted the picture.
Back row From left, Marie and Richard Schubert, Lake Lotawana, Mo., Virginia and Peter Curran, Lawrence, and Marilyn Wooldridge, Ames, Iowa, honor James Schubert, seated, at his 95th birthday celebration. Richard Schubert submitted the picture.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts, R-Kan., left, recently met with EnvironmentalProtection Agency’s Region 7 Administrator Karl Brooks, of Lawrence, in his Washington, D.C., office. Molly Haase, Roberts’ spokesman, submitted the picture.
The Dole Institute’s recent “Tribute to Veterans: USO-Style” included dancing to the music of the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra. More than 200 Lawrence-area veterans and friends gathered for the evening of salutes, remembrance and camaraderie. Eric Montgomery took the picture, and Alison Carter, the institute’s marketing assistant, submitted it.
The “Lawrence Storm” club volleyball team participates in the President’s Day Classic tournament in Omaha, Neb. Back row, from left, are Kylie Dever, Megan Haase-Devin, Monica Howard, Rylee Fuerst and Kaitlyn Dohogne; front row are Faythe Brungardt, Anne Wildgen, Jessica Lemus and Molly Ryan; and lying down is the “team mascot,” Lawson Brungardt. Mike Wildgen, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Lawrence High School’s first scholastic chess tournament drew 150 players from northeast Kansas and the Kansas City area. Central Junior High won the first-place team trophy in K-9; Southwest Junior High finished second; and South Junior High, third. From left are Sam Beaulieu, seventh place, Central; Eddie Wilson, third, Central; George Wedge; and Austin Bailey, second, Central. Nancy Schneider-Wilson took the picture, and Nora Murphy submitted it.
Barbara Ballard, left, Dole Institute associate director, visits with veteran Leonard Monroe, of Lawrence, Susie Lacy and Bill Lacy, the institute’s director, during the institute’s “Tribute to Veterans: USO-Style.” Alison Carter, the institute’s marketing assistant, took and submitted the picture.
James Schubert celebrates his 95th birthday at the Lawrence Country Club with his family. Those pictured make up five generations of the family; from left are Shari Wooldridge Hamby, Rachel Hamby Greene, Schubert, Adam James Greene and Marilyn Schubert Wooldridge. Richard Schubert submitted the picture.