From left, are Chris Day, Lawrence Altrusa club president; Zaida Perez-Mendez, Altrusa International immediate past president, San Sebastian, Puerto Rico; Sally Brandt, and District Eight Gov. Linda Smith, Salina. Day and Brandt received the Governor’s Distinguished Service Award from Smith during the Altrusa District Eight Conference April 28-30 in Sikeston, Mo.
Eileen Hawley, left, voice of NASA’s mission control for 15 years and wife of astronaut Steve Hawley, discusses the Space Shuttle missions with Judy and Jerry Neibaum at an April 8 New Generations Society of Lawrence meeting at the Kansas University Continuing Education Building.
The KU Ecohawks, a mechanical engineering Kansas University student group led by assistant professor Chris Depcik, develops new technology to use in alternative and renewable energy. Five members of the Ecohawks, from left, Mickey Cleman, Josh Petty, Nathaniel Mayhew, Samantha Pedraza and Kayle Jones, presented to the New Generation Society of Lawrence April 6 at the Lawrence Country Club.
Members of the Anderson family and district Scout leaders examine the engraved limestone marker placed at the start of the new trail at Camp Bromelsick on April 9 in memory of Arthur A. “Tripp” Anderson. From left, are Pelathe District chairman Frank Wright; Tripp’s mother-in-law, Olive Stanford; wife, Mary Anderson; father, Andy; son, John, and district committee member, Rich Bailey.
Pelathe District Chairman Frank Wright, right, pauses as guests are introduced during the opening ceremonies for the Tripp Anderson Trail, a new 2.2 mile hiking trail, at the Camp Bromelsick 50th anniversary celebration held April 9. At left, are Bromelsick Committee members Mike Riling, who was master of ceremonies, and Rich Bailey, who also spoke at the event.