Members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, from left, Nancy Jaeger, Diane Myer, Shari Johnson and Stacy Cope, sold trail mix, coffee, hot cider, cocoa and hot tea at the 2010 Maple Leaf Festival, Oct. 16-17.
More than 50 descendants of Kansas pioneers Pierre and Malvina Bouley met for a Bouley Reunion Oct. 10 in South Park in Lawrence. The Bouleys farmed southwest of Clifton in the late 1800s. Erma Bouley was recognized for her 80th birthday. Lawrence residents Rex Gardner, Kathy McKee, Carol Grieb and Janet Bouley hosted the event.
Fifth-grade students of Diana Bailey at Deerfield School performed a wax museum Oct. 13 for third- and fourth-graders in the school library. Heather Buckingham, left, and Ariel Wyatt portrayed physicist Ernest Rutherford.
Galileo is portrayed by, from left, Amiah Dawson, Destiny Downing and Cameryn Thomas, all students of Diana Bailey at Deerfield School. The fifth-graders spent a week studying physicists at different stages of their lives before presenting the wax museum Oct. 13.