Families attending the “Family Stone Soup Supper” at the Lawrence Arts Center are pictured in an overhead view. The Nov. 18 event was held in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Lawrence Arts Center Preschool.
The Ride Kansas Trail Club and Clinton Trail Busters combined forces Nov. 14 to work on the equestrians trails at Rockhaven Park on the south side of Clinton Lake. Back row, from left, are Carol Leffler, Lawrence, Mary Mitchell, Gerie Koehler and Kandie Koehler, Baldwin City, Eldon and Jeri Pickett, Lawrence, and Gary Koehler, Baldwin City; front row, Lori Tilson, Lawrence, Lisa Clark, Valley Falls, and Sandy Gilliland, Lawrence. Also attending, but not pictured, was Diana Skinner, Lawrence.
From left, Bill Cary, Margaret Daflucas, Ann Shaneyfelt, Elaine Melchior, Phil Melchior, Daphanie Fautin, Bob Buddemeier, Nancy Ezell, Nelson Krueger, Donna Tucker, Judy Benjamin and Dick Martin attended the Ninety-Nines’ Nov. 13 meeting of the North East Kansas Chapter joined by several members of the Greater Kansas City Chapter at the Lawrence home of Nelson and Judy Krueger. The Ninety-Nines was established in 1929 by 99 women pilots to provide mutual support and advancement of aviation, The Ninety-Nines Organization of Women Pilots has continued and expanded the mission.
Federal Aviation Administration pilot examiner Ken Godfrey also attended the Ninety-Nines’ Nov. 13 meeting and is pictured with an Ahrens-Fox fire truck and Lawrence based P-51 “Mustang” at the Lawrence Municipal Airport. Godfrey and Nelson Krueger are the Kansas 2011 recipients of the 99’s Forrest of Friendship Award. The induction ceremony will be May 18 at the Amelia Earhart Museum in Atchison. Last year’s recipient was Gen. Doug Brown, commander of all branches of U.S. Special Forces.