Children from the Boys and Girls Club work on a scavenger hunt at the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University on Monday. The institute was celebrating Bob Dole's 90th birthday with cake and kid-friendly activities.
Jon Boyd, Refuge Manager for the Baker Wetlands, pulls nails from the wetlands boardwalk Monday, July 22, 2013. The boardwalk is being removed to make way for the completion of K-10. Boyd says much of the flooring of the boardwalk will be saved and reused on other boardwalk projects.
It's a Jewish tradition to prepare and eat traditional potato latkes — fried in oil — during Hanukkah. These were made by Nechama Tiechtel at Lawrence's Chabad Jewish Center.
Nechama Tiechtel fries latkes at Lawrence's Chabad Jewish Center. Tiechtel makes latkes — a treat traditionally enjoyed during Hanukkah — the old-fashioned way, with potatoes and onions, but there are also recipes for making them with zucchini or other vegetables.
Sophia Eddinger, 8, watches her father, Ryan Eddinger, clean a tray used in his hydroponic greenhouse system. The Eddinger family's Two Sisters Farm sells "living lettuce" to several area restaurants and grocers.