Winners of the trivia contest, a benefit for the Lawrence High School baseball team, from left, are, Jackie Putnam, Johnny Rathbun, John Rathbun, Kelly Hart and Josh Hart. Fifteen teams participated in the trivia contest. The Feb. 19 event was held in conjunction with a silent and live auction at Johnny’s Tavern.
Steve and Tammy Buckner were the organizers and hosts for the trivia contest for the Lawrence High School baseball team. The Feb. 19 event was held at Johnny’s Tavern and also included a silent and live auction. Items included manicures, haircuts, oil changes, KU and Royals/Chiefs memorabilia, jewelry, gift certificates and a week trip to Taos, N.M. Money raised will help purchase baseball equipment and support the team’s trip to Oklahoma.
Members of the Kansas Daughters of the American Revolution attended the 25th Annual George Washington Birthday Celebration held Feb. 19 at Ritz Charles in Overland Park. From left are Deana Sage of Perry, Merritt Hitchcock and Jenn Knopke, both of Shawnee, and Mary Frisch of Prairie Village
Attending the 25th Annual George Washington Birthday Celebration are members of the Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, from left, Deana Sage of Perry, Shari Johnson and Mary McCormick, both of Lawrence, Diane Myer of Baldwin City, Lynn Taylor and Deanna Taylor, both of Lawrence, and Janet Kastl of Berryton. The Feb. 19 event, sponsored by the Kansas and Missouri chapters of Sons of the American Revolution, was held at Ritz Charles in Overland Park.