Members of three Lawrence Rotary clubs on Wednesday gathered to pack hundreds of snacks for kids in Lawrence Public Schools, Mary Doveton wrote in submitting these photos.
Members from Altrusa International of Lawrence, Inc. recently collected diapers to be donated to the Ballard Center.
Many Lawrencians got up very early Monday morning ready to defend the town on the 160th anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid.
Dozens of people gathered in the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center Wednesday night to view the new mural by Van Go’s apprentice artists.
The Lawrence Sertoma Club on Wednesday presented checks for $5,000 to four community organizations. The money was raised from the drive-thru holiday light display, Lawrence Lights – Making Spirits Bright.
”Audio-Reader’s staff was honored to celebrate their hundreds of outstanding volunteers Tuesday at the annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet,” Martha Kehr, communications coordinator for KU Audio-Reader, writes.
Hundreds flocked to the annual accessory exchange hosted by local nonprofit 100 Good Women Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Lawrence is celebrating Sunday night after the Kansas City football team became Super Bowl champions for the second time in four years.
Lawrence PRIDE, which recently expanded to become a nonprofit, hosted its Queer Prom Friday evening — ”the prom we always wanted and never got to have,” one event organizer said.
The Cuttin Up Barber Showcase brought hundreds of spectators to watch many of the area’s talented barbers compete at Venue 1235 in North Lawrence on Sunday.
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