From left, Sue Hack, Al Hack, Emily Hoy, Ginnie Ellis and Chris Grolock listened to presentations at the Lawrence Sister Cities Scholarship Fundraiser. Hoy and Grolock were speakers at the Oct. 21 event held at the Castle Tea Room.
From left are Shari Johnson, Brian Grove and Beth Reynolds. Grove, a retired art education professor from Emporia State University, gave a program on Fiber Art Quilts to the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Oct. 23.
Addie Mehl plays a Japanese traditional instrument, Koto, at the recent Lawrence Sister Cities Scholarship Fundraiser held Oct. 21 at the Castle Tea Room.
Hank Sipple, commander of American Legion Dorsey-Liberty Post No. 14, Lawrence, left, met the new national American Legion commander, Jimmie Foster of Anchorage, Alaska, at a dinner held Oct. 21 by Louisburg Post No. 250. Foster, a retired U.S. Army and Marine Corps veteran, was elected national commander on Sept. 2. He arrived Oct. 17 in Kansas on a five-day whirlwind tour of the Sunflower State and used his visit to share his vision and guidance for the next year to the Legionnaires around the state and the country. Sipple, elected commander of Dorsey-Liberty Post No. 14 this year, has been a life member of the post for the past 16 years.
Ryan Hartman, Lawrence, performs as Eminem during a skit by the LMH emergency room staff.
From left, Traci Wilson, Lawrence, Kendra Clouse, Lawrence, and Becky Bruitt, Tonganoxie, dance during the Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer dance held Oct. 30 at Crown Automotive. The dance raised money for the Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s Endowment Association. Money raised will also further education and community outreach for early detection programs.
Jaclyn Landers, 8, Lawrence, gets her groove on at the 2010 Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer Dance held Oct. 30 at Crown Automotive, 3400 Iowa. For more photos, visit WellCommons.com.