Debby Smith scales a mound of mulch Oct. 9 during the Fall Seabury Beautification Day at Bishop Seabury Academy, 4120 Clinton Parkway. Smith is co-head of the beautification team and the mother of Megan Smith, a junior at Bishop Seabury.
Chris Gilkerson, a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Kansas University, performed a day of service on Sept. 18 for the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department’s Project LIVELY clients. More than 30 clients were aided by fraternity members with lawn mowing, raking leaves, trimming hedges and painting.
Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Kansas University performed a day of service on Sept. 18 for the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department’s Project LIVELY clients. Project LIVELY is a free program that assists adults 60 and older by coordinating the help they need to remain in their homes as long as possible. From left are Arnold Weiss, client, with Danny Lamping and Austin Lee.
Attending the Sept. 19 Vermont Street Neighborhood Picnic, from left, are Butch Moore, Carrie Moore and Nancy Copp.
The Vermont Street Neighborhood Picnic was held Sept. 19. From left are Alison Gabriele, Patsy Woods, Lon Dehnert, Janet Dehnert, Casey Biggs, Jackie Ratliff, Harold Torrence and Bruno Tagliaferri.
Nathan Bradley, left, Steven Wimmer and Connor Bradley, members of Eudora Boy Scout Troop 64, take a close-up look at the Life Flight helicopter displayed Sept. 25 at the Heart of America Council Centennial Campout. The camp-out, which was part of the council’s 100th anniversary celebration, was held Sept. 24-26 near Bonner Springs.
Members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, from left, Nancy Jaeger, Jennifer Shambaugh, Shari Johnson and Mary McCormick, helped serve cookies and lemonade to new American citizens after the naturalization ceremony Sept. 17 at the Dole Institute of Politics on Kansas University’s West Campus.
On Sept. 30, members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and family members participated in the fourth annual Parade of Heroes at The Legends in Kansas City, Kan.
Members of Eudora Boy Scout Troop 64 and neighbors visit the ham radio activity area at the Heart of America Council’s Centennial Campout held Sept. 24-26 near Bonner Springs.
Members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution toured the Haskell Indian Nations University Cultural Center and Museum on Sept. 18. Bobbi Rahder, curator, gave the tour. From left are Vicki Meadows, Diane Myer, Jenny Lanning-Rush, Shari Johnson, Jerry Livers, Amanda Anderson, Stacy Cope, Melodee Wallace, Mary Burchill, Sonya Bonner, Nancy Helmstadter, Janet Kastl and Deana Sage.