Jayhawk Breakfast Rotary president, John Conard, left, presents a framed certificate to Margie Frederick, widow of Bob Frederick, at the dedication of the Bob Frederick Memorial “Ride Lawrence” Bike Rack at the Lawrence Rotary Arboretum, 5100 W. 27th St. On the right, is David Ambler, Lawrence Rotary Club member, who coordinates arboretum activities for the three Lawrence Rotary clubs. The three Lawrence Rotary Clubs and the City of Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department hosted an open house Sept. 24 at the Lawrence Rotary Arboretum.
Bob Swan, left, and Steve Mason play guitar and banjo Sept. 24 during an open house of the Lawrence Rotary Arboretum and Xeriscape Garden. The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department’s Horticulture and Forestry Division, along with the Lawrence Rotary clubs, held an open house recognizing several projects within the arboretum. The event included a dedication of the Bob Frederick Bike Rack, and donation recognitions of the Eleanor and George Woodyard Anniversary Garden and the Georgeson Monarch Waystation.
From left, are Kansas University football legend, Curtis McClinton; vice chancellor of public affairs, Tim Caboni; and his wife and artist, Lisa Herrington, at the Oread Legend Series Meet and Greet held Oct. 1 at The Oread before the KU football game against Texas Tech.
On Oct. 10, some members of Cottonwood’s Inc. and Foundation Board of Trustees toured various Cottonwood homes and visited with the individuals supported by Cottonwood. Back row, from left, are Jim Moore, Harley Catlin, Tom Groene, Jo Marie Bolick, Zak Bolick, Cottonwood Foundation president Harry Gibson, Cottonwood CEO Sharon Spratt and Gary Sollars. Front row, Allison Vance Moore, Rachel Heeb, Barb Heeb, Cottonwood Inc. president Carl Locke, director of residential services Kara Walters, Tana Ahlen, Nancy Longhurst, Dr. Phil Godwin and director of community relations and development Peggy Wallert. Not pictured, Dr. Jon Heeb.
Douglas County 4-H Archery Shooting Sports member, Maggy Keslar, left, won the Senior Bare Bow Recurve division at the Johnson/Franklin County 4-H Archery Match on Aug. 27. Archery leaders for Douglas County are Bill Wood, Jordan Olson and Darrel Ward.
Douglas County 4-H Archery Shooting Sports members, from left, Brent Lantis, Lee Nelson and Chris Nelson, qualified for, and participated in the State 4-H Archery Match Oct. 1. The photo was taken Sept. 3 at the Wyandotte 4-H Archery Match.