Local organist Sharee Thompson sits at her organ at First Presbyterian Church, where she has been the organist for the last three and a half years.
Allen Grob has been a heavy equipment excavator for 38 years, helping lay the groundwork for countless homes and businesses in the area.
As an Earth Literacy advocate, Doug Hitt identifies himself with a movement seeking to transform human patterns of destruction into mutually enhancing relationships with all life on Earth. Hitt is photographed in the Baker Wetlands March 31, 2011.
Barbara Walden has been volunteering at Lawrence Presbyterian Manor for 11 years. Every Wednesday she plays hymns and popular tunes on the piano for the residents.
Ellen Young, center, discusses the planned route for the evening with a group of runners. Young organizes and helps raise funds for runs in Lawrence, including a weekly women's running group.
Mike Smith works on a key duplicating machine. Smith is a locksmith with Mobile Locksmith Shop, 840 Conn.
Jim Baggett, owner of Mass Street Music, is pictured Monday, March 7, 2011, with an early 1900s Gibson Style O Artist guitar. Baggett, who insists his passion is restoring vintage guitars, has become a regular fixture on the PBS series "Antiques Roadshow."
Thane Haug is one of five members of Kansas University's flower crew, who plant thousands of flowers on campus every year.
The ceiling of Boy Scout Troop 55's lodge is adorned with wooden eagle feathers behind recently retired scoutmaster Scott Braden. The wooden feathers symbolize Scouts who have achieved the top rank of Eagle Scout. During his six years at scoutmaster, Braden mentored 18 Scouts who went on to earn the Eagle Scout ranking. Also pictured in the background is Troop 55’s original flag, which is now more than 80 years old.