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John Young

John Young is a freelance photographer for the Lawrence Journal-World.

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Sporting a red cowboy hat he picked up along the way, Kansas sophomore Wayne Selden Jr. loads a bicycle into a shopping cart as he shops for a local family Thursday evening at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa Street. This is the 18th year the Jayhawks have partnered with the Salvation Army to shop for local families in need during the holiday season. The Jayhawks shopped for 15 families, each consisting of five people. They spent about $110 per each person.

The Kansas mens basketball team gather around Roger Morningstar as he hands out Christmas lists for local families in need Thursday evening at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa Street. This is the 18th year the Jayhawks have partnered with the Salvation Army to shop for local families in need during the holiday season. The Jayhawks shopped for 15 families, each consisting of five people. They spent about $110 per each person.

Injured Kansas freshman Devonte' Graham picks out socks as he shops for a local family Thursday evening at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa Street. This is the 18th year the Jayhawks have partnered with the Salvation Army to shop for local families in need during the holiday season. The Jayhawks shopped for 15 families, each consisting of five people. They spent about $110 per each person.

Kansas' Wayne Selden, left, and Jamari Traylor look through Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they shop for local families Thursday evening at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa Street. This is the 18th year the Jayhawks have partnered with the Salvation Army to shop for local families in need during the holiday season. The Jayhawks shopped for 15 families, each consisting of five people. They spent about $110 per each person.

Kansas players Evan Manning, Wayne Selden, and Jamari Traylor browse through toys as they shop for local families Thursday evening at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa Street. This is the 18th year the Jayhawks have partnered with the Salvation Army to shop for local families in need during the holiday season. The Jayhawks shopped for 15 families, each consisting of five people. They spent about $110 per each person.

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