Members of Tennola Literary Club attended the annual Founder’s Day luncheon March 2 at the Lawrence Country Club. The club was founded in 1902. Members are, back row, from left, Marianna Beach, Jane Budde, Polly Miranda, Marilyn Gridley, Connie Sollars, Pete Mynsted, Harriet Larkin, Jane Johnson, Susie Lacy and Alison Carter; front row, from left, Nancy Hudnall, Kay Hale, Frances Van Blaircum, Mary Jennings, Nancy Haggart, Karen Van Blaircum and Carolyn Phillips.
Cans for the Community donated $1,000 to Lawrence Meals On Wheels on Feb. 17. From left are Suzanne McColl and Jan Willey, Meals on Wheels board members; Mona McManigal, Cans for Community board member; Fred Madaus, Meals on Wheels board member; Tom Wilkerson, Meals on Wheels board chairman; John Priddle, Meals on Wheels board member and volunteer operations supervisor; and Fred McElhenie, Meals on Wheels board member. McManigal, Madaus, Wilkerson and McElhenie also are volunteer Meals on Wheels drivers. Not pictured are Kim Culliss, Meals on Wheels executive director; Jeri Safarik, board secretary; and Susan Postalwaite, board treasurer.
From left, Diane Ash, Lawrence High School prevention specialist, and Valerie Schrag, social studies teacher, enjoy a breakfast prepared by male faculty members on Jan. 4. The men prepare breakfast for the women every year at the beginning of the second semester.
Lawrence High School assistant principal Michael Norris and other male faculty members prepare breakfast Jan. 4 for the LHS women. The annual tradition was established by math teacher Ray Wilbur and later overseen by English teacher Art Sloan. Paul Bohlen is the current chairman of the breakfast committee.
Southwest Junior High School placed second in the K-9 section of the Lawrence High School chess tournament Feb. 13. From left are Christopher Greenfield, Crystal Raub, Tanner Valencia, Venkata Malladi, Brendon Clair, Kaustubh Nimkar, Andrei Elliott, Zachary Moore, Jacob Magnuson, Dustin Hauptman, Eddie Loupe and Thomas Peterson.