Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity Alumnae enjoying the 140th Founders Day Celebration, held Oct. 24 at the Castle Tea Room, from left, are Mary Ann Anderson Wilkinson, Omega Chapter registrar adviser Marie Gonzalez Deel, Alumnae Association President Tammy Gaynier Steeples, and 50-year-member honoree Nancy Miller Reiling. The Lawrence Kappa Alumnae Association is 108 years old and has about 150 members.
Members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity Alumnae Association joined forces with members of Omega Chapter at Kansas University to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the fraternity’s founding at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Ill. Local members attending, back row from left, are Megan Wells, Alumnae Association President Tammy Gaynier Steeples, Alumnae Association Treasurer Jay McLaughlin Haugh and Danielle Augustine; front row, Amanda Gage, Alex Kincaid, President of Omega Chapter Emily Loyd, and Emily Bracciano.
KU Credit Union business development officer Kirsten Flory, center, presented a $2,800 check Oct. 29 to the Lawrence public schools at the Lawrence High/Free State High School football game. The funds were generated by the School Spirit Debit Card program. At left, Free State High School Principal Ed West holds an image of the Firebird Spirit card and Lawrence High School Principal Matt Brungardt holds an image of the Chesty Lion Spirit card.
Members of Cans for the Community pose with Theatre Lawrence President Bob Schwartz after presenting the theater a check for $1,000 on Oct. 19 at the board’s monthly meeting. Cans for the Community recycles aluminum cans and donates the proceeds to charities. From left, are Delmer Kruse, Kathy Richardson, Schwartz, Linda Lang, Will Lunn, Linda Klinker and Wendall McGaugh.