Artist Daniel Dancer, a Kansas University graduate who has worked with artist Stan Herd, direct Schwegler School students and staff on a collaboration to create a western Meadowlark image.
Former Lawrence resident Daniel Dancer collaborated with students at Schwegler School, 2201 Ousdahl Road, at a recent event to create the image of a western Meadowlark as part of a series of educational prairie-related events. The 350 in the image is the safe upper limit parts per million of carbon dioxide in the air.
Since you can’t press the shower curtain liner (without making a big, melted mess, that is), fold the facing up and topstitch it to the seam allowance. This will keep it flat. Repeat with the other facing and lining pieces.
This finished homemade shopping bag was made with leftover fabric and a shower curtain liner.
Kirk and Cimmy Redmond work together to prepare braised chicken with a clementine salsa in their home.
Wayne Larson, Lawrence, works in the kitchen of his apartment preparing a concoction of tofu, tomatoes, peppers and cheese for dinner. Larson explained that when cooking for just himself, he sticks to a pretty basic menu from week to week, and each prepared dinner is also the next day's lunch.
Schwegler School students and staff wave to artist Daniel Dancer as he is lifted in the air (not shown) to photograph everyone in the image of a western Meadowlark. The image was chosen to help celebrate Kansas’ 150th birthday.
Valerie Francis gives a snack to Ignite, one of 23 Morgan horses she has at her Moriah Training Center, west of Tonganoxie, as trainer Laureli Orona looks on. Francis is looking to add children’s programming at the farm with Orona’s help.
Shawn Bruce, 21, and Kasey Fowler, 23, brought their 11-month-old daughter Anabella Bruce-Fowler to the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas in Pittsburg because she was not feeling well. The family lives in Girard, about 15 miles away.