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fyi Last chance to buy bricks There are just two more weeks to purchase the first bricks in a memorial to be built at David Jaynes Memorial Field. The Bricks for Braves project is selling bricks for a memorial plaza to be constructed this summer at the district stadium. The ongoing fundraiser is conducted by members of the high school booster clubs for both athletics and music, as well as for the BSHS Alumni Association. Those who would like their pavers to be the first in the plaza must buy their bricks by the end of May. Graduates, students and future students can purchase a brick at $45 for a standard size and $80 for a large “double” paver, plus $5 to add a Bonner Brave logo. Order forms are available through the booster clubs and alumni association and online at usd204.net/ educationfoundation.
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THURSDAY | MAY 17, 2012 | BONNER SPRINGS, KANSAS | VOL. 114, NO. 47
A step back in time After nearly a decade of operating as an online retailer of 1/6-scale collectible toys, Bonner Springs residents Steve and Margaret Allen are introducing their own line of World War I soldier collectibles to the industry. Page 3. AT LEFT: STEVE and Margaret Allen of Bonner Springs spent hundreds of hours researching to create this prototype 1/6scale “toy” figure of a World War I Battle of Liege German infantryman. The prototype is the first in the Allens’ planned line of World War I figures. BELOW: STEVE and Margaret Allen, owners of Timewalker Toys & Collectibles, pose with their World War I toy prototype. Contributed photos
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OPEN WINDOWS can be a safety hazard for children, who may accidentally fall through if they aren’t closely supervised by parents or caregivers. Window guards and stops should also be used, said Safe Kids Kansas.
Window watch When the weather gets warm, open windows can be a cost-effective way to keep cool. But they can also be a safety hazard for children, who may fall through. Safe Kids Kansas offers ways to let the fresh air in while keeping your children safe. Q: How common are windowrelated accidents? A: Every year in the United States, window falls account for about 12 childhood deaths and about 4,000 injuries for children under the age of 10. Toddlers have been known to fall out of windows open as little as 5 inches. Q: What about in Kansas? A: In Kansas, from 2000 to 2009, there were 77 accidental falls-related hospital discharges that occurred from falls out of a building or other structure. Most of these falls occurred in younger children.
Q: Does a screen offer enough protection to keep a child from falling through? A: “A screen is not a safety device,” said Cherie Sage, state director of Safe Kids Kansas. “It’s designed to keep insects out, not to keep children in.” Q: What are some open window safety tips? A: First, Safe Kids Kansas recommends that adults actively supervise their children when around open windows. Other safety tips include installing window guards or stops, keeping windows locked and closed when they aren’t being used, and keeping furniture away from windows so children can’t climb to the ledge. Q: Where can I find more information? A: For more information, visit usa.safekids.org.
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The Bonner Springs Parks and Recreation Department will have its third annual Spring Youth Fishing Derby 2-4 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at North Park Lake, 1200 S. 134th St. This event is free for kids ages 15 and under so youngsters can experience first-hand the fun of fishing. Participants will be divided into three different age groups with prizes given for those who catch the longest fish, shortest fish, and the most fish. Fish that do not meet the legal length limit set by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks must be released back into the lake after they have been measured and counted. Youth are welcome to take home and cook all fish they catch that meet the legal limits. Parents will be required to have a license if they are fishing; youth participants are not required to have one. Fishing equipment and bait will be provided for youth that do not have any. Pre-registration is preferred, at 4227010, but participants may register the day of the event at the lake.
Police present memorial The Bonner Springs Police Department will commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of police officers who have given their all in service to their community, by sponsoring a brief Memorial Day observance, at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 17, at Kelly Murphy Park, Second and Elm streets. Officers will lay a wreath and flowers at the park in honor of the nation’s fallen officers, as well as those Bonner Springs Police Officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, C. Leroy Damron and Maureen Kelly Murphy. The observance is being conducted in conjunction with National Law Enforcement Memorial Week. National Law Enforcement Memorial Week, also known as Police Week, is a time of nationwide observance and recognition of fallen Police Officers.
Chamber announces annual golf tournament The Bonner Springs Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 4th Annual Chaos on the Kaw Golf Tournament on Friday, June 15, at Sunflower Hills Golf Course. Entry fees are $100 per person and proceeds will benefit local scholarships as well as Chamber events. Lunch will be provided, and door prizes and awards will be given away for the top three teams. For more information about registration, contact Charlene Biles at 913-422-5044.
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Bonner business creates WWI ‘toy’ By Caroline Boyer firstname.lastname@example.org
At first glance, it might look like Bonner Springs resident Steve Allen gets to play with toys all day. But his home-based business, Timewalker Toys & Collectibles, is a very serious undertaking. For one thing, business is booming for the online retailer of onesixth scale figures, largely consisting of World War II military figures and movie characters — Allen said the company has been virtually untouched by a downtrodden economy. “We’ve never really seen a period of stagnation, even through the worst of the recession,” he says. For another, Allen and his wife, Margaret, have taken on the significant task of introducing a new era to the market, producing a prototype for a World War I line of figures. Already, a copycat figure is being produced by another manufacturer that caught wind of the Allens’ line, but the Allens hope it is clear their toy is of a higher quality. “They have produced a similar product; ours is distinguished in the fact that it is much more historically accurate,” Steve Allen said. “It’s not to say that their figure is bad, but it’s more of the common kind of output you get from the industry.”
Not just a G.I. Joe Allen got into the 1/6-scale industry a decade ago as a collector, shortly after it started to grow when a company called Dragon Models started producing fully articulated, historically accurate World War II figures. “A lot of people will look at it superficially and think back to the days of the old G.I. Joes that are 12-inch,” Steve Allen said. “But they’ve come so far now, that the representation of a soldier in 1/6 scale form can be highly detailed, with hyper-realistic headscopes and miniature equipment. It’s miniature militaria, really.” Allen estimates about 2,000 to 3,000 individual figures have been created over the years. World War II toys range from average soldiers to historical figures such as German field marshal Erwin Rommel and Hitler. These figures cost $80 to $120. A company called Hot Toys began producing 1/6 scale figures from the comic book movie industry, such Captain America and Thor, and cost $150 to $200. “The kids love them, but the kids can’t afford them, so they’re really for adults,” Steve Allen said. With the level of historical accuracy, collectors include professors who use the toys in their teaching to those who put the pose-able dolls in dioramas.
THE 1/6-SCALE TOY industry is largely populated with World War II figures, like these from Steve Allen’s personal collection.
They’ve come so far now, that the representation of a soldier in 1/6 scale form can be highly detailed, with hyper-realistic headscopes and miniature equipment.” — Steve Allen, owner, Timewalker Toys & Collectibles “The reason for a lot of hobbyists that 1/6 scale is interesting is it’s not too big, where it’s going to take up a lot of space, but it’s not so small that you can’t appreciate the minutiae, the detail of the equipment,” Steve Allen said.
Booming business It didn’t take long for Allen to go from collector to seller. The business began when he visited an Overland Park online vendor to pick up a few items. “I kind of got the bug at that time; I looked around and thought, ‘We can do this — there’s something here,’” Steve Allen said. Allen and his wife, both with anthropology degrees from Kansas University, where they met, took their business’s name from anthropologist Clive Gamble’s book “Timewalkers: The Prehistory of Global Colonization.” They said they knew their niche would be selling 1/6 scale to militaria collectors, and so began to sell their products at militaria shows. It seems to have worked. “The intent was to make just a little bit of additional income, but it grew pretty quickly and became all-consuming rather fast,” Steve Allen said. “Over the course of a couple years, we had established ourselves as one of the leading 1/6 scale retailers out there, and we’ve been building on it ever since.” In 2008, Steve Allen quit his other job and started running the business full-time. The couple say they continued with a conservative approach but found they weren’t impacted by the economy. Customers told them they were taking fewer vacations but spending more time at home with their hobby. “You would think that the unnecessaries in life would go by the wayside, but when you’re not able to do all the things you would prefer to do in the summer time, this is a good thing to occupy your leisure time with,” Steve Allen said. Uncharted territory Just as Steve began working fulltime on Timewalker, he and Margaret decided to see if they could fill a void Please see TOY LINE, page 9A
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5/17 | Thursday • Edwardsville Kiwanis Club meeting, 6:45 a.m., Sisters Restaurant & Bar, 11657 Kaw Drive • Morning Steppers, 7:30 a.m., Edwardsville Community Center, 696 S. Third St., 913-441-3707 • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Bonner Springs Police Department Memorial Service, 11 a.m., Kelly Murphy Park, Second and Elm streets, 913-422-7800 • Open gymnasium, noon, Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Basehor-Linwood High School commencement, 7:30 p.m., Basehor-Linwood High School, 2108 N. 155th St., Basehor.
5/18 | Friday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Job Club, 8:30 a.m., Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Shawnee, 5501 Monticello Road, 913-422-5700 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Jackson Oberndorfer fundraiser dinner, 5 p.m., Basehor VFW Hall, 2806 N. 155th St., Basehor
5/20 | Sunday • Summertime Concert Series: Tom Penderblast and Valery Price, 1 p.m., Holy Field Vineyard & Winery, 18807 158th St., Basehor, 913-724-9463
5/21 | Monday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Bonner Springs Rotary Club meeting, 11:45 a.m., Twisters Grill and Bar, 13100 Kansas Avenue, 913-667-3700 • Open gymnasium, noon, Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Basehor City Council meeting, 7 p.m., Basehor City Hall, 2620 N. 155th Street, 913-724-1370 • Bonner Springs-Edwardsville USD 204 Board of Education, 7 p.m., District Office, 2200 S. 138th St.
5/22 | Tuesday • Morning Steppers, 7:30 a.m., Edwardsville Community Center, 696 S. Third St., 913-441-3707 • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Senior Sing-A-Long, 1:45 p.m., Council on Aging, 109A Delaware St., Leavenworth, 913-684-0777 • Business and Professional Women’s club, 6:30 p.m., Bonner Springs City Library, 201 N. Nettleton, 913-4412665 • Kaw Valley Chorus rehearsals, 7 p.m., Basehor United Methodist Church, 18660 158th St., 913-724-2077
5/23 | Wednesday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010
5/24 | Thursday • Edwardsville Kiwanis Club meeting, 6:45 a.m., Sisters Restaurant & Bar, 11657 Kaw Drive • Morning Steppers, 7:30 a.m., Edwardsville Community Center, 696 S. Third St., 913-441-3707
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5/25 | Friday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010
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5/28 | Monday • Memorial Day; Bonner Springs and Edwardsville city facilities, as well as Unified Government county facilities, will be closed • Memorial Day service, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Cemetery
5/29 | Tuesday • Morning Steppers, 7:30 a.m., Edwardsville Community Center, 696 S. Third St., 913-441-3707 • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Senior Sing-A-Long, 1:45 p.m., Council on Aging, 109A Delaware St., Leavenworth, 913-684-0777 • Kaw Valley Chorus rehearsals, 7 p.m., Basehor United Methodist Church, 18660 158th St., 913-724-2077 • Bonner Springs City Council meeting, 7:30 p.m., City Hall, 204 E. Second St., 913-422-1020
5/30 | Wednesday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Bonner Springs Mayor’s Forum, 6 p.m., Bonner Springs City Library, 201 N. Nettleton, 913-441-2665
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6/1 | Friday • Walkie Talkies, 8 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Job Club, 8:30 a.m., Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Shawnee, 5501 Monticello Road, 913-422-5700 • Open gymnasium, 10 a.m., Bonner Springs Community Center, 200 E. Third St., 913-422-7010 • Summertime Concert Series: David Basse Orchestra, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Holy Field Vineyard and Winery, 18807 158th St., Basehor, 913-724-9463
6/2 | Saturday • Seventh Annual Basehor Dairy Days, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Basehor City Park, 15940 Leavenworth Road, Basehor • Zumba Fitness Classes, 8-9 a.m., Sarah’s Studio of Dance, 14500 Parallel, Basehor
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Click it or Ticket around the corner By Lloyd Martley Basehor Chief of Police
Beginning Monday and continuing through Sunday, June 3, drivers can expect increased police presence as the Basehor Police Department joins more than 150 other law enforcement agencies in aggressively enforcing Kansas occupant restraint and other traffic laws as part of the 2012 Kansas Click It or Ticket traffic enforcement campaign. This activity is supported by a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation. Expect strict enforcement of the Safety Belt Use and Child Passenger Safety Acts. These acts require that all occupants must be appropriately restrained. Occupants ages 14 and older are cited individually. In the event that a passenger under the age of 14 is unrestrained, the driver will be cited. Children under the age of 4 must be secured in an approved child safety seat. Children ages 4 through 7 must be securely belted into an approved booster seat unless taller than 4 feet 9 inches or heavier than 80 pounds. Children ages 8 through 13 must be safety-belted. In addition, the act prohibits persons under the age of 14 from riding in any part of a vehicle not intended for carrying passengers, such as a pickup bed. The aim of Click It or Ticket is simple: to drastically reduce the number of preventable deaths and injuries that occur when unbelted drivers and passengers are involved in traffic crashes.
According to KDOT’s Traffic Safety section, more than two-thirds of those killed in crashes are not belted in. Just as striking is the fact that about 89 percent of crash survivors who suffer no injuries at all are belted in. In other words, an unrestrained occupant has only about an 11 percent chance of not being injured in a crash. And all for simply not taking two seconds to buckle up. Everyone knows there are seat belt laws and that seat belts and child safety seats save lives and reduce injury, as well as hold down health care costs for all of us. But too many drivers play the odds and don’t buckle up or require their passengers to buckle up because, in their experience, a crash is unlikely. But when a crash does happen, it’s generally within five miles from home. When you don’t buckle up yourself or require that your passengers buckle up, you’re making the decision for everyone in your vehicle that the drivers you meet are not going to be distracted by sleepiness, cell phone conversations, texting, changing radio stations or kids fighting in the back seat. And you’re assuming for everyone, that no animal, roadway or mechanical problem will cause you to suddenly brake or veer out of your lane. I want people to know that the Basehor Police Department is committed to aggressively ticketing violators of seat belt and child safety laws, and all other traffic infractions that make our streets and highways unsafe.
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DEATHS Clayton Skeeter McCully Clayton Skeeter McCully, age 22 of Bonner Springs, KS. Died in an automobile accident on May 11, 2012. Funeral Services were held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 15, at the Bonner Springs United Methodist Church (425 W. Morse). Burial followed in the Bonner Springs Cemetery. Visitation was from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday evening also at the church. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Bonner Springs Animal Rescue or the Salvation Army both in care of the Alden-Harrington Funeral Home. Clayton was born on November 24, 1989 in Kansas City, Kansas and lived in Horton, KS for 8 years before moving to the Bonner Springs area. Clayton was a vibrant, fun loving and full of life young man with a smile that lit up a room. He loved hunting, fishing, camping and spending time with his family and friends. He was a 2008 graduate of Bonner Springs High School where he was a member of the soccer, swimming and cross country
teams and went on to attend the University of St. Mary’s in Leavenworth, KS. on a soccer scholarship. Clayton was a lifeguard at the Bonner Springs YMCA and was very popular among the senior swimming groups. He was a Pipefitter for the last 2 years and a member of the United Steelworkers Union, local 348. He is survived by his loving parents Bryan and Diana McCully of the home. His sister Megan McCully of the home and his brother David Murillo of Horton, KS., maternal grandmother Francis Bailey, paternal grandparents Donald McCully and his wife Roberta of Kansas City, KS., and Barbara Sass and her husband Don of Tonganoxie, KS., as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews who love him and will miss him immeasurably. Arrangements Alden-Harrington Funeral Home 913-422-4074. Please sign this guestbook at obituaries.ljworld.com.
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Secrets of salt Yes, it is true; there is no reason to slaves in the old days was working in deny it. Since my earliest years I am a the salt mines. Salt is mentioned nu“salt lover.” In fact there may be some merous times in the Bible and lookwho might even call me a “saltaholic;” ing back at the sinners in Sodom and at least my wife does. While some peo- Gomorrah resulted in Lot’s wife being ple taste their food and then season, I turned into a block of salt. There are many other Biblical examples, includgrab the salt shaker first. I have been a salt lover for as many ing salt losing its savor referring to years as I can remember. From the churches that had lost their zeal. time I was a young child, people have Remnants of ancient salt mines been warning me have turned up in Itabout overuse of salt. CLAUSIE SMITH aly, Poland, Pakistan, It has been a warning Ireland and England. that I have chosen not Most of the mines to heed. are 600 to 1,000 feet I might hasten to deep. One expert add that salt is about wrote that 75 percent the only spice I use. of the salt is mined As far as I’m conand the other 25 percerned, pepper is cent is saved for “piltoo “spicy” for me. I have been asked lars” to provide stability to the mine. about why I salt everything and my Salt has played a major role in the answer has always been: “because it economy of Kansas. Over the years, tastes good.” I realize that too much Kansas has been a major supplier of salt can be bad for your health and I salt. The first commercial operation have cut down a bit. In fact, it seems was in nearby Osawatomie in 1865. to me that salt is losing its popularity. Salt was sold for $140 per bushel and Salt has played a big part in the his- a bushel of salt weight 56 pounds. I tory of the world. Empires have fallen wasn’t able to find a salt mine in Wybecause of a short supply of salt. In the andotte or Leavenworth Counties, but ancient world, wars were fought over there was one in Baldwin. salt supplies. Salt plays a major role in By far the best known salt operamany superstitions. Spilling salt was tion is in Hutchinson and was started thought to bring on bad luck. In one in 1888. The Hutchinson High School culture, it was believed that a “good sports teams are known as the “Salt spirit” stood behind a person’s right Hawks.” Hutchinson has long referred shoulder and a “bad spirit” was look- to itself as the “salt capital.” Hutchining over your left shoulder. It was be- son has the only underground museum lieved that it you threw salt over your of its kind in the western hemisphere. left shoulder you might hit the “bad It is located 650 feet below ground spirit” in the eye and drive it off. level and provides a variety of learnIn ancient Rome, salt was part of ing experiences. It was judged one of the pay for soldiers and civil servants. the “eight wonders of Kansas.” I read that the root of the word “salAs for me, I will admit that I am tryary” came from the practice of paying ing to cut back on my use of salt. HowRomans with salt. A good worker, or ever, I still carry my small salt packet soldier, was “worth his salt.” One of in my billfold just in case I’m at a lunthe harshest assignments for Roman cheon where salt isn’t available.
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“Actually, I don’t really go to the post office. Ever. Generally I call or email people whenever I want to communicate with them and as far as packages go, I’ve only ever received them…” Sydney Shepherd
“For my own personal use, I only go a couple times a year to mail gifts... At that time I usually buy a couple books of stamps that last for most of the year!” Erin Evans
“I go to the post office just a few times each month and only for special handling or stamp purchases.” Blake Waters
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JUSTIN ROBERTS, 13, Bonner Springs, stands near one of his two prints currently on display at The New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park. The exhibit features the artowrk of Justin and his classmates at Horizon Academy, a private school for students with learning disabilities in Roeland Park.
Art show gives students self-esteem boost By Caroline Boyer email@example.com
While his learning disability can make school difficult at times, 11-yearold Jonathan Jackson said one thing he always enjoys is his art class. “(I like) the creativity,” he said. “It’s the only time I get to feel free.” The Lawrence student attends Horizon Academy in Roeland Park, a private school for children in grades kindergarten through 12 who struggle with learning disabilities. Kit Bardwell, art teacher at Horizon, said her class puts all students on an equal playing field. “It gives them an opportunity to express themselves in ways that don’t require the use of literacy skills,” Bardwell said. Now, more people from the area are learning about Horizon and the challenges its students face with essential skills such as spelling, reading, writing and mathematics. Artwork created by Horizon students, including two of Jonathan’s pieces, is currently on display at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park. The artwork is being exhibited and sold to coincide with “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which is at the theater through June 21. Sam O’neill of Shawnee said “it’s pretty unbelievable” to have his artwork included in the exhibit. “It’s a great opportunity that comes once, maybe twice, in a lifetime,” the Horizon sixth-grader said. Sam said his painting of a dragon was an homage to the film, “How to Train Your Dragon,” one of his favorites. Another student from Shawnee, seventh-grader Cole Megerson, also had artwork displayed in the exhibit, though his piece has sold already. Sam has a form of autism known as Asperger’s syndrome, his mother, Amy O’neill, said. She said art had helped give her son a sense of confidence he may not have had otherwise. “I think he feels like he’s good at
It’s a great opportunity that comes once, maybe twice, in a lifetime.” — Sam O’neill, Horizon Academy student from Shawnee, on having his artwork exhibited
art and he gets a lot of compliments,” she said. “And I think it makes him feel successful that he’s good at something.” Rob McGraw, director of marketing and sales for the theater, organizes art exhibitions for each show, trying to find a connection between the show in the theater and the art on display. So with the current show related to a school, he thought about the theater’s co-owner, whose son attends Horizon and who often brings his son’s school artwork to the theater. McGraw said he hoped the exhibit raised awareness of Horizon and its students, since about 50,000 people in all see each show and most spend time browsing the art display. Within the first few weeks, three pieces of artwork had sold at $120 each, with proceeds benefiting the visual arts program at the school. Bardwell said the students got excited about the idea of the show and enjoyed coming up with names for each of their pieces. “It was a surprise opportunity, but it really was a self-esteem boost,” Bardwell said. Justin Roberts, 13, a student from Bonner Springs, said he was excited that so many people would see his artwork — he also has two pieces in the exhibit. “It’s very cool,” he said. “(I think that) people will think ‘good job.’” Justin thought there was a good chance his pieces might be purchased. “I think someone will purchase them, and I’ll feel happy about that,” he said.
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When Jace Friesen told his friends he had a cousin who played for the Kansas City Chiefs, they were skeptical. “My friends couldn’t believe it at first,” said Jace, a fifth-grader. “They thought I was lying.” But they got proof on Monday, when Chiefs safety Jon McGraw stood in front of his second cousin’s classmates at Basehor Intermediate School, wearing his No. 47 jersey. Jace and his family had asked McGraw — who is the first cousin of Jace’s father, Andy — to visit the fifthgraders at BIS as a reward for their hard work and good performance on state assessment tests. Hard work is the reason McGraw has forged a 10-year NFL career after playing football for the first time as a scrawny seventh-grader, he told the students. “When I first started playing football, I wasn’t very good,” McGraw said. McGraw, 33, grew up on a farm in the town of Riley and graduated as part of a class of 44, he said, before playing football at Kansas State University. He was drafted by the New York Jets in 2002 and came to the Chiefs in 2007. He told the students that if they continued to perform well in school, it would help them down the road. Even
as an NFL player, he said, he used a lot of skills he learned during school, including the ability to sit and absorb information during hours of meetings each week. “You’ve got to be able to learn fast,” McGraw said. And his business degree from KState would come in handy soon, he said. He hasn’t signed a contract to return to the Chiefs for next season, and his playing days are likely winding down, he said. He’ll likely look to land a job in financial planning, commercial real estate or another industry. After one student asked him if he celebrates touchdowns by spiking the ball on the ground, McGraw laughed. Because he plays on defense, he’s scored only one touchdown in his NFL career. “My touchdown celebration needs a little bit of work,” McGraw said. “I may need some help from you guys.” After his talk, students crowded around him, holding in their outstretched hands anything they could find for him to autograph: backpacks, jerseys, water bottles, hats or just a piece of notebook paper. Fifth-grader Colyn Lucas, his voice still loud with excitement, showed off his iPod that was now decorated with McGraw’s signature. “He’s awesome at football!” Colyn said.
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volunteering at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City since its 2006 opening. But the 1/6 scale industry didn’t reflect figures from The Great War. “With the centennial approaching it’s time — it’s getting closer to time to have them out,” Margaret Allen said. They started petitioning manufacturers in the industry to look at World War I as an option for a toy line. “Nobody really had an interest at the time, but we finally got in contact with a company that was willing to take a look at it and look at our proposal,” Steve Allen said. The Allens went to California a year ago to pitch a World War I product line of figures to that company, CalTek. The time since has been spent determining just how to approach the line and the first prototype: an early war imperial German infantry soldier, wearing a spiked helmet and intricate tunic. “We decided on that figure because it is kind of the iconic look of the war, at least where the German Empire is concerned,” Steve said. “It has a little bit of flash to it, and we want to make a big impression with the first one.”
Developing a prototype The Allens have spent months working with World War I museum experts to ensure their prototype is historically accurate, at a level of research Steve Allen says goes beyond the norm in the industry. They have gone back to the original source material, taking photographs and measurements to make sure the manufacturers in China make the most accurate World War I figure possible. But the back and forth communication has been difficult. For example, they sent a photo of a helmet cover to the manufacturers, who sent back a 1/6-scale helmet cover including the holes from age and wear and tear shown in the photo.
“That wasn’t meant to be reproduced, but they took it literally,” Steve said. Altogether, they created 38 different panels with historical details and descriptions of each item on the toy. “It’s quite a laborious process to put all these things together, but it’s important because what we’re ultimately working toward is a highly realistic product line,” Steve said. Doran Cart, senior curator of the World War I Museum, said he has appreciated the Allens’ use of the museum as a research facility, and that the toy line may help revive people’s interest in the history of the war. Cart said the museum gets requests for research assistance from all over the world, from documentaries to graduate students’ research projects, but the Allens’ project was unique. “I have to admit, the project with Steve and Margaret, that’s a first, for us to do that on that type of scale,” he said. “As far as a whole detailed uniform and equipment for a 1914 German infantry soldier, that’s a whole different kind of project.” While the competitor’s copycat doll has a specific name and will hit the market in the next few months, the Allens are simply calling theirs the Battle of Liege German Infantry soldier, and they hope it will be available in the fall. The couple will continue with more World War I figures in the future, though they say it will be hard to research some soldiers, like Belgian and Russian, as original items are harder to find. They think the line will cause their business to finally expand beyond the capacity of their home, as well. “It’s quite a project, and it’s been a lot of fun to put together,” Steve said.
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| REMEMBER WHEN | 10 Years Ago — May 9, 2002
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Clark Middle School held a retirement reception for Robert Reeves. Chris Cobbins and Meryl Miller were named outstanding senior athletes at Bonner Springs High School. The award was presented by Jim Finley who originated the honor in the 1950s. Mayor Bill Hooker of Basehor read a story to children at Language Lane Preschool as part of the celebration of the “week of the young child.” The Bonner Springs City Library collected more than 250 non-perishable food items for Vaughn-Trent Community Services. Inc.
50 Years Ago — May 10, 1962
25 Years Ago — May 14, 1987 Steve Christensen was presented the citizenship award at Bonner Springs High School. Principal Don Stokesbury was shown making the presentation. A new Crouch “C” Store opened in Edwardsville. Candy Marick was the store manager. A flagpole in the Edwardsville Community Park was dedicated in t he memory of the late Lindy Trent, mayor. Chris Buck and Amy Rich were named co-valedictorians at Basehor High School. Laura Noeth, David Theroff, Keith Lewandowsky and Mark White were named in the top 10
The population in Bonner Springs reached 3,457, according to a report issued by Charles Sugar, county assessor. The Bonner Springs school board set plans for a fall bond issue election to provide funds for a new high school building. The annual Blue Bird doll parade was held on Oak Street. The Southwest School band also took part in the parade. Negations were underway to select a site for a new Basehor High School building. Ward L. Keister was principal.
100 Years Ago — May 9, 1912 Bonner Springs High School officials called the school year “the best ever” with higher grades and good discipline. The cement plant announced it was closing for repairs. Since the bins weren’t full it was expected that the facility would reopen in two weeks. Mayor Longfellow went to Manhattan to study the new, improved water system and to see if it would work locally. Many area residents attended the airplane races in Lawrence.
| NEWS IN BRIEF | Bonner man killed in accident on I-435 Friday morning A Bonner Springs man died Friday morning when his car hit a parked vehicle in a construction zone. Clayton S. McCully, 22, was traveling southbound at 5:55 a.m. on Interstate 435 at Woodend Avenue in Edwardsville when his truck entered a construction zone transition area in the left lane, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol’s crash report. McCully’s truck, a 2002 Ford Ranger, struck the rear of the parked vehicle, an unoccupied construction truck that was surrounded by orange cones, yellow lights and an arrow board indicating traf-
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Fish for dinner Steamed hake packs in the flavor
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Admittedly, steamed fish doesn’t exactly scream mouthwatering. But what it lacks in excitement it more than makes up for in health cred. Steaming generally involves no added fat and is a great way of retaining all of the nutrients in your food. Admittedly, It’s also relatively steamed fish speedy. One of the best doesn’t exways to steam fish actly scream is what the French mouthwatercall “en papillote” ing. But what (pronounced on it lacks in pap-ee-oat), or excitement literally “in parch- it more than ment.” makes up In this simple for in health method, fish is cred.” wrapped in a packet of parchment paper. As it cooks, the food releases juices. Those flavorful juices turn to steam and are trapped in the packet, cooking and flavoring the food, while keeping it moist. For our dish, we went with hake, a firm white fish. We arranged it over a bed of seasoned green beans and topped it with a simple blend of fresh herbs and lemon. Other ideas could be par-cooked, thinly sliced potatoes, scallops and rosemary.
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18820 252nd St.
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15510 Bradfort Ct.
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Braves fall in regional final By Corey Thibodeaux Contributing writer
Earlier this season, members of the Basehor-Linwood softball team kept comparing themselves to the 2010 state championship team. Though the success and expectations remained the same, coach Susan Mayberry stopped the comparisons right there. “I don’t want you to be the 2010 team,” she told them. “I want you to be your own team.” That was when it sunk in. The Bobcats breezed to a 20-2 record and are once again heading to the state tournament after a 7-0 victory against Bonner Springs Tuesday in the 4A regional championship. As the Bobcats took turns hoisting the trophy and posing for photos, the Braves were huddled on the other side of the field coping with the loss. They went farther than most thought they would in this tournament, but it didn’t make losing in the championship game any easier to bear. “I told them just to go down swinging and work hard and not give up,” coach Denise Chowning said, fighting back tears. “And I don’t think they did.” Earlier on Tuesday, Bonner Springs avoided a comeback from Tonganoxie to win its semifinal, 8-5, and BasehorLinwood escaped in an ugly 3-1 victory against Jefferson-West. But for the Bobcats, sophomore Kayleigh Schoenfelder said, that performance let to a more focused approach in the final game. “As long as we do something at the plate,” she said, “it’s going to be OK.” With that mentality, the Bobcats scored three quick runs in the first inning and another in the fourth, starting with a little breathing room. It almost
BSHS SENIOR SPENCER BUSH finished his Braves tennis career alongside sophomore Quinton Schneck in Topeka on Friday.
Memorable BSHS tennis season ends By Corey Thibodeaux Contributing writer File photo by Stephen Montemayor/Staff
sion advantage. And, more often than not, if the ball was in her vicinity, Stephens would get a touch on it. “We expect her to be our creator and finisher,” Mazeitis said. “There’s a lot on her shoulders, but I thought tonight she was creating nicely and she got rewarded with three goals.” With 10 minutes left in the first half, Stephens took a ball at the top of the box and volleyed it in for the game’s
In perhaps the best-played match of its splendid season, the Bonner Springs doubles team of senior Spencer Bush and sophomore Quinton Schneck fell in its first match of the state tournament Friday to Wichita-Collegiate 4-6, 6-4, 10-8. Upset with the agonizingly close defeat, coach Bill Scott told them that if they could just get by Abilene, they were right back in the tournament. Wichita-Collegiate’s hard-hitting game meshed well with Bush and Schneck’s, which is why they were so evenly matched. But Abilene’s unique game was the opposite. “I’ve never seen a team play like this ever,” Scott said. “All they did was lob the ball.” Bonner Springs lost its second match, the first round of the fifth place bracket, to Abilene’s Kanyan Anderson and Connor Kijowski, 9-5. In the one-set match, the Braves coaches alternated and tried all sorts of different tactics to help their baffled doubles team. Abilene was lobbing everything right from the return. The only thing Schneck and Bush could do was lob back. Anderson and Kijowski did the same thing earlier in the tournament, so this was no fluke. They had the advantage. “They knew they were driving us nuts,” Scott said. “They could see it. And no matter what we tried or what we told the guys, we couldn’t get out of it.”
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BSHS JUNIOR BRYANNA HAMMER struck out four and allowed just three runs and two hits against Bishop Ward in the regional opener on Monday. She also batted in three runs. didn’t matter because Bobcats pitcher Brooke Redmond was in the zone. She tossed eight strikeouts and had a no-hitter until Bonner Springs’ Cassady Holloway singled in the seventh inning. “It really pumps me up because I know she’s going to be there for me,” Bobcats sophomore Candice Jennings said. “And so are my other teammates.” Each player for Basehor-Linwood reached base, with Jennings leading
way going 3-for-4 and two RBI. Looking ahead, Mayberry said, the Bobcats are going into the state tournament for the third time in four years with no set expectations. It’s not fair to build kids up for failure, she said, but this team does have the ingredients of a champion. “Chemistry is everything,” Mayberry said. “When they talk about chamPlease see SOFTBALL, page 15
Hat trick advances Bobcats By Stephen Montemayor email@example.com
BLHS JUNIOR KARA STEPHENS scored all three of the Bobcats’ goals in Tuesday’s firstround regional victory against Sumner.
As she walked away from the pitch, Basehor-Linwood junior Kara Stephens was as short on breath as she was with words. To her, her three-goal performance to lead the Bobcats to their first regional tournament victory in memory was just a matter of “kicking it into space, making good runs and passing.” In stopping Sumner Academy 3-0 on Tuesday, Derek Mazeitis’ youthladen Bobcats (6-11) improved upon last year’s victory total while earning a rematch at Spring Hill (14-2) at 5 p.m. on Friday. Aside from the first 10 minutes of play, the Bobcats owned the posses-
BSHS VS. DE SOTO Bonner Springs girls soccer (7-8-1) receieved a first-round bye and will host De Soto (8-9) at 6 p.m. Thursday. Results online at bonnersprings.com.
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The Bonner Springs doubles team, which was 18-2 coming into the tournament, played its last match Friday and was understandably upset by the sudden tournament exit. Scott, who has raved about the team all year, waited about 10 minutes to talk to his duo after they left the court. It was hard to put a justifying cap on the season with not much to show. Former Bonner State champion Josh Mortensen was there to praise their impressive season, helping ease the pain. Reflecting on the season as a whole, Scott was more than proud of what his team did this season. They started with a fifth place team finish at Mill Valley, then placed second at Bonner Springs, second at Leavenworth and
third in regionals. The nearly unstoppable doubles team was just a bonus. No one had any idea Bonner Springs would have results like that. Now, the Braves are now looking into next season and how they will approach players leaving. Most notably, Bush is leaving from graduation. Unless anything unexpected happens, Scott said, Schneck is most likely going to be the No. 1 singles player and he needs to focus on improving in that area in the offseason. There is a chance that another doubles pairing for him won’t happen. The union of Bush and Schneck this season was somewhat of a surprise because they just clicked immediately. Scott knows that it’s hard to rely on that happening again. “The thing with Spencer is he was just tough,” Scott said. “He was a fouryear player and he had been through all the wars. I don’t have a guy like that for Quentin.”
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-pions, it’s always team chemistry, team chemistry.” It’s not as if the Braves didn’t have some of the same qualities. Chowning said they were doing all they could against the Bobcats. They made plenty of contact off pitches, but they all quickly wound up in the glove of their opponents. All Bonner Springs needed was a little luck. That’s what made the loss so painful. “It’s easy to coach for a team that wants it,” Chowning said. “Losing those five seniors is going to hurt and
Registration deadline for area youth softball camp nearing The registration deadline for a three-day softball camp is approaching. The camp, which is open to students in grades 1-9, will take place at the Basehor-Linwood softball field from May 29-31 and costs $30 per player. Players will receive instruction on hitting, bunting, position play, base running and sliding. Each player needs to bring a glove, bat, cleats or athletic shoes, warm-up pants for sliding and a water bottle. The registration deadline is May 25. Grades 1-3 will receive instruction 9
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they set the tone for the underclassmen.” The future for this Bonner Springs team looks bright as several underclassmen had significant roles this season. But for an emotional Shelbie Thorton, a graduating senior along with Breanna Tendick, Amber Stephens, Meagan Stice and Kylee Timberlake, it’ll be hard not to wonder what could have been. “It’s just the fact that we’re not coming back next year,” she said. The 4A state softball tournament begins May 25 in Salina. ONLINE: Find more photos of BLHS and BSHS and follow the Bobcats’ quest for another state title.
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“(Robinson) is always very consistent,” Mazeitis said. “She saves our butts quite a bit.” Sumner’s aggressive defense caught up with it with 30 minutes remaining as freshman Helen Venegas collided with Seaton at midfield, earning Venegas a yellow card. The final goal of Stephens’ hat trick came with 22 minutes left to go when a costly error by Sumner — its goalie, Katie Rosas, scooped up a pass that was sent back to her — awarded the Bobcats an indirect touch in front of the goal. The victory reversed the fortunes of seasons not long ago past. Improving its win total and advancing past the first round of regionals were goals on which Mazeitis said the Bobcats placed a premium.
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BLHS SENIOR ALEC OTTING, LEFT, and BSHS junior Tristan Abts tee off at the KVL golf tournament in Lawrence on May 9.
Golf teams fall short of state Staff Report
Basehor-Linwood and Bonner Springs saw their golf seasons come to a close at Monday’s 4A regional tournament at Sunflower Hills. With a 369-shot finish, the Braves placed sixth in the 10-team field, followed by the Bobcats (388) at seventh. Marc McClain gave the Braves their top finish with his 87-shot, 18th-place performance. Tristan Abts was two shots behind with 89, finishing 24th.
Basehor-Linwood’s Chris Blake led the Bobcats with a 90 to round out the tournament’s top 25. At the Kaw Valley League golf tournament on May 9, Bonner Springs (341) placed fourth, ahead of BasehorLinwood (355) at fifth. McClain placed second with a 72shot performance in the tournament, held at Lawrence’s Eagle Bend Golf Course. Abts also medaled with a 10th place, 82-shot finish.
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TWO BLHS TRACK ATHLETES signed letters of intent last week to compete in college. Dakkota Edmonds signed to compete at Johnson County Community College and Tyler Simpson signed to continue his career at Northwest Missouri State University.
Basehor-Linwood, Bonner Springs baseball teams eliminated Both the Basehor-Linwood and Bonner Springs baseball teams fell one-run short of advancing past the first round of the 4A regional tournament on Monday. In Eudora, the Braves (5-16) fell, 3-2, to 14-6 St. James Academy and the Bobcats (4-16) lost a 14-13 extra-innings thriller to 15-2 Jefferson West on Monday at Bishop Ward. Against St. James, senior Shawn Jones went 3-for-3 with two doubles and a run batted in. Senior Sergio Valenzuela also batted in a run for the Braves. The Braves and Bobcats entered regional play after splitting a regular
season-ending doubleheader on May 9. The Braves put together a four-run sixth inning to win 9-6 in the opener, while the Bobcats broke out for a 14-1 victory in the second game. Jones, Valenzuela and senior Gonzalo Pinchardo each brought in a pair of runs in the first game against the Bobcats. For Basehor-Linwood, junior Tanner Garver went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Bobcats sophomore Bryan Crowe led his team’s offensive onslaught in the second game, with two home runs and five RBIs.
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State meet next for BSHS Staff report
The Bonner Springs girls swim team continued to clock season-best times at the Inter-League Championship meet at Turner on May 9. The Braves placed eighth overall, led by Cassie Stock’s fourth-place performance in the 50-yard freestyle and Toni Stock’s 100-yard butterfly. Cassie Stock and Toni Stock would later place eighth and 11th, respectively, in the 100-yard breaststroke. Madison Stumbough, Cassie Stock, Toni Stock and Lei’Onna Smith placed
BONNER SPRINGS JUNIOR MANDY BALLOU placed seventh in the 3,200-meter run and eighth in the 1,600-meter run at the KVL meet on May 9.
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Basehor-Linwood’s girls track team placed fourth at the May 9 Kaw Valley League track meet at Piper High School. The Bobcats’ boys team also narrowly missed out on a fourth-place finish, finishing just three points behind Tonganoxie. Bonner Springs’ track teams placed in the lower half of the league with an eight-place finish by the girls (14 points) and seventh-place finish by the boys (47). Basehor-Linwood senior Dakkota Edmonds led the Bobcats with a first-place finish in the 200-meter dash (0:26.41) second-place finish in the 100-meter dash (0:12.69). The Bobcats were well represented in field events as senior Bailey Hooker gave her team a KVL title in the shot put with her first-place, 35-10 finish. Junior Ben Johnson won the discus event with a 149-03 throw and senior Jesse Hiss tossed a 49-06.25 shot put to win his event. In the 110-meter hurdles, BasehorLinwood junior Matt Ogilvie won with a 0:15.99 finish. For Bonner Springs, sophomore Travis Dooley led the way with a 0:43.30 first-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles, less than a quarter of a second ahead of Ogilvie. Bonner Springs junior Bethany
BASEHOR-LINWOOD SOPHOMORE VICTORIA SMITH placed 10th in the discus throw. Bailey placed second in the pole vault event with a 10-foot vault. In the boys 3,200-meter run, Bonner Springs senior Matt Coffman placed third (10:35.50). Sophomores Anthony Kubas (41-06) and Jordan Jackson (40) placed third and fourth, respectively, in the triple jump. Next up is the 4A regional track meet on Friday at Baker University in Baldwin City. Field events begin at 3:30 p.m. and prelims start at 5:15 p.m. Finals are scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m.
fifth in the 200-yard medley relay and sixth in the 200-yard freestyle relay with a new season-best time. Elizabeth Barger, Scintilla Capalla, Akiko Capalla and Stephanie Rose placed seventh in the 400-yard freestyle relay. The Braves move on to the state tournament in Topeka on Friday. Prelims begin Friday with finals following on Saturday. The team will be represented in the 200-yard medley relay, the 200yard freestyle relay and the 100-yard breaststroke.
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POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE Bonner Springs High School bid farewell to the Class of 2012 in style Thursday night at the District P.E. Center.
TOP LEFT: GRADUATES enter the District P.E. Center at the beginning of the ceremony. TOP RIGHT: JONATHAN JACKSON gives his portion of the joint valedictorian-salutatorian speech. Valedictorians were Melissa Cisneros, Matthew Coffman, Cinthia Ebertz, Brittany Frentrop, Mackenzie Lofton, Allen Maness and Sergio Valenzuela. Salutatorians were Reed Dougherty, Jackson, Breanna Tendick and Kylee Timberlake. AT LEFT: VICTORYA HAYNES shakes the hand of teacher Matt Hull before accepting her degree folder. BOTTOM: EMILY HUNT poses for a photo with her degree folder after exiting the graduation stage.
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Sun., May 20, 2012 12 Noon
Franklin Co. Fairgrounds Celebration Hall 17th & Elm, Ottawa, KS Approx. 100 Gun Auction Winchester, Remingtons, Marlins, Rugers, Colts, Savage, Herters, Kimbers, Springfiled, Para, Taurus, Thompson, Walther, Mauser, Smith & Wesson, Mossberg, Anschutz, Hecckler & koch, Iver Johnson, Tikka, Kahr, Parker, Browning, High Standard. NOTE: Very nice selection of guns from an area collector. Retiring and decided to share his collection woth others. Guns. in excellent condition, some new in box, like new, some never fired. Donâ€™t Miss It!! Viewing: 8AM Day of Auction
ATF Recommendations apply KANSAS RESIDENTS ONLY For full list & pics - check: www.kansasauctions.net/griffin Refreshments by Happy Trails Chuckwagon Cash or check w/positive ID. Not responsible for accidents or loss Buddy Griffin Allen Campbell
Ottawa, KS 785-242-7891 www.kansasauctions. net/griffin
REAL ESTATE & ESTATE AUCTION
Sat., May 19, 10 am 3202 N 156th St., Basehor Nice 3BR Home, Call Jerry at R& N Realty, 913-724-2300 for details
1993 Lincoln TownCar, Guns include:Browning, Winchester, more. Antiques & collectibles, lawn equipment, tools, coins, household, more
SEBREE AUCTION LLC 913-724-6400
For complete listings & pictures go to: www.kansasauctions. net/phillips
Auctions (HARD TO FIND!!); unmarked Hoosier style cabinet; Walnut China Cabinet/Desk; 2 beautiful Oak Kitchen Cupboards; Walnut drop leave Parlor Table; High Boy Dresser; Oak Drop-Front Secretariat; French Escritoire writing desk; custom made Walnut Dining Room set w/6 embroidered chairs; oak spindle chairs; cane rocker; childâ€™s rocker; school desk; round oak table; Tempus Grandmother clock; California Simmons King pillow top bed; Maytag Oversize capacity Quiet Plus II Heavy Duty washer/dryer; Teak coffee table w/2 end tables; sofa love-seat; Kenmore chest freezer; silver plate items; sm. appls.; IBANEZ base guitar w/case; Fender Amp w/electric tuner; Toro 6.75 self-propel system mower; Toro snow blower; Sears Craftsman band saw; Hitachi router & table; power & hand tools; glass display case w/shelves; numerous items too many to mention!!
Seller: Tim Thurman & Others
Ben Phillips 913-727-6622 Bennie Phillips 913-927-8570 Pam Arevalo
Auctioneers: Mark Elston & Wayne Wischropp 785-594-0505 (Home) 785-218-7851 (Cell) â€œServing your auction needs since 1994â€?
ENORMOUS ESTATE AUCTION
Please visit us online at: www.KansasAuctions.net for pictures!
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Auctioneers: Ben Phillips & Assoc.
Sat., May 19, 9AM 7226 Hasbrook Kansas City, KS 66111 91 Mazda PU 126,500 mi.; 94 S-10 PU runs 126,500 mi.; 77 T Bird 28,975 act miles. 3 china cabinets, 1 sec., 100 knives, 10,000 tools, 100 lg. & small tool boxes plus 1,000s of new in box tools, 100+ power tools, 100+ rods & reels, lots of tackle boxes, bird baths, concrete picnic table, lots chainsaws, weedeaters, 1 nice Craftsman Rider w/plow, snowblower, ladders, and lots more.
TERMS: Cash, add 5% for checks, & credit cards.
Col. Dan Hiatt 913-963-1729
ESTATE AUCTION Sun., May 20, 9 AM
Dg. Fairgrounds Bldg 21,
2110 Harper Lawrence, KS
ANY TIME OF DAY OR NIGHT
Auctions Sat., May 19, 9AM Monticello Auction Center 4795 Frisbie Rd., Shawnee Selling surplus items for Shawnee Mission School District - Large auction, be sure to bring your helpers. May conduct auction in 2 rings. View website for complete list, terms, photos. Vehicles, Kubota M4500DT tractor, lawn/garden equipment, lathes, CNC mill, parts washer, wind tunnels, engine stand w/engine/parts, shop equip., computers, audio, electronics, band instruments, risers, music stands, floor scrubbers, refrigs., freezers, convection ovens, dough dividers, Hobart mixers, popcorn makers, washers, dryers, tables, sewing machines, kilns, potting wheels/molds, exercise equipment, gym mats/misc. List w/photos on www.lindsayauctions.com Sales tax collected
LINDSAY AUCTION SERVICE 913-441-1557
Estate Sales Estate Sale May 17, 18, 19 9-5 (No Early Birds) 5412 Bond St. Shawnee, KS 66203
target NE Kansas
via 9 community newspaper sites.
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AccountingFinance Administrative Assistant with a minimum of two years experience in accounting and or contract administration. College degree in accounting can substitute for work experience. Excellent wage and benefits. Contact Cutler Repaving at 921 E. 27th Street, Lawrence, KS 66046 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
ARNP (Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner)
ATTN: CLASS B Franklin County is seekDELIVERY DRIVERS ing to fill the part time (12 hrs. week) position WE WANT YOU! of ARNP, with service If youâ€™re self-motivated emphasis on ACCESS and customer-friendly, and Criminal Justice We want you to deliver health programs. Public our top-selling products! Health and two years â€˘ 4 day work weeks! ARNP experience preâ€˘ No overnights! ferred. KS license reâ€˘ Excellent benefits! quired. For information or Please apply in person at: application, contact: Standard Beverage Franklin County Corporation Human Resources, 2300 Lakeview Road 1428 South Main, Lawrence, KS Suite #2, No phone calls please. Ottawa, KS 66067. Equal Opportunity Employer Phone: 785-229-3444 or apply online at www.HRePartners.com CDL Drivers/Laborers asphalt and concrete work. Local resident Bonner Springs. 913-634-7681
CUSTOMER SERVICE Stouse, Inc., a specialty printing company in the Gardner area listed as one of the Top 20 Area Manufacturers, is looking to fill full time positions in Client Services. Candidates should have skills in customer care, problem solving and have a stable work history. Experience in a high call environment, detail oriented and good customer communication skills are required. The position requires a minimum of a high school diploma, college a plus. We offer a competitive benefit and wage package which includes profit sharing. Call Pete Madrigal @ 913-764-5757 or send resume to email@example.com Stouse, Inc. Human Resources Dept 300 New Century Parkway New Century, KS 66031 Drug Free/EEO Employer
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Instrument Technician â€”Full-time The Lawrence Surgery Center is accepting applications for an experienced Full-time instrument technician. Individuals are responsible for decontamination and sterilization of surgical instruments and equipment. If you are a CST, Tech, or CNA this may be the right opportunity for you. Competitive benefits and incentive plan offered. Registered Nurse or Surgical Technologistâ€”PRN The Lawrence Surgery Center is now accepting applications for experienced Operating Room Nurses and Technologists as well as experienced PACU nurses. No call, weekends or holidays. Please apply in person at 1112 W. 6th Street, Suite 220 or fax resume to 785-832-2029.
Coins & Jewelry (9 AM): 50+ Lots: 1897 $5 gold & 1859 $1 gold coins; Morgan, CC & Peace silver dollars; Indian pennies; Buffalo nickels (Complete listing on web page); 200+ pieces of High Quality Sterling Silver & Gold necklaces, rings, pendants, watches, earrings, bracelets, & sets!!! Blacksmithâ€™s items:
Forge table & blower, 150 lb anvil, large anvil swage, anvil stand, small anvil
20 in. School Bell; caldron/ kettle; Native American Totem pole; 1926 Plan KU picture; double & Watermelon hog oilers; Oliver & JD manuals; old IH picture; 1911 Old Glory Madison Square Garden Horse Auction book; â€œThe Cleveland Twist Drill Companyâ€? metal sign; large metal signs Camel/GPC/ Boswellâ€™s Milk Ice Cream; oxen yoke; pedal grind stone; PFlueger large brass old reel; lard press; US 50lb weight; swords & bayonets; lighters; Buck & Case hunting knives; US knives; Peters /Winchester/Remington ammo.; Griswold ash tray; wooden shaft golf clubs; old toys: Tonka, JD, Nylint; metal scooter; Hot Wheels; iron wheels; fountain pins; political buttons; Germany coffee grinder; Aunt Jemina/Uncle Moses/Uncle Sam banks; comics; sports items: action figurines, baseball, football, basketball, hockey cards; belt buckles; Hitler books; old books; old pictures; Military bubble picture; paper weights; Firestone ash tray; Fordson S wrench; lanterns; model 87 ice crusher; pop bottles Vess/Frostie; HO 1970â€™s trains NIB; RR books; crocks; marbles; Oak Combination Bookcase & DropFront Secretariat; Oak curved glass China Cabinet; Hoosier Cabinet w/tin top & extras
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EMPLOYMENT SALES SPECIALIST The World Company is seeking a high energy, self-motivated, and professional sales specialist for employment advertising. We are seeking an individual who has a proven track record of successful cold calling and building immediate relationships to sell across print and digital platforms. Specialist will approach business executives and Human Resource departments with recruitment packages designed to meet their employment needs and to help them achieve their recruitment goals. This is an incredible opportunity to sell employment advertising in the Job Network our newest recruitment tool, and our award winning newspapers and websites. This is an outside sales position based in Lawrence, Kansas and will work with businesses in Lawrence, Kansas City, Topeka and surrounding communities. Ideal candidates will have experience in sales, marketing and/or advertising; online media sales experience; remarkable communication skills; talent in prospecting, client relationship building and closing sales; highly organized and disciplined; driven to exceed expectations; entrepreneurial spirit; strong presentation and closing skills; proficient in Microsoft Office applications; and a valid driverâ€™s license, reliable transportation with proof of auto insurance, and a clean driving record. The World Company offers a competitive salary and commissions with an excellent benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance, 401k, tuition reimbursement, paid time off and more! Background check, pre-employment drug screen and physical lift assessment required. To apply submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
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Highland Ridge Neighborhood Garage Sales
Property Manager FMI is seeking an enthusiastic & experienced Property Manager to run a luxury apt. community in Lawrence, KS. Candidate must be upbeat, computer savvy, able to multi-task. Marketing experience is a plus & attention to detail a must. Submit Resume to: PO Box 1797 Lawrence, KS 66044 or email to: email@example.com
Jobs Available KS City, KS Location
Forklift Operators All Shifts Available www.prologistix.com 816-452-5978
Basehor Annual Cedar Lakes Estates Community Wide Garage Sale Saturday May 19 9:00 AM - 4:00PM Cedar Lakes Estates, Basehor, Kansas
Located south of State Ave/ 24-40 Hwy off 158th St/ County Rd 2 onto Cedar Lane or south of 24-40 Hwy at 155th St past Pinehurst
Edwardsville GARAGE SALE Thurs., May 17 8AM - 5PM 1538 S 105 Court Edwardsville, KS
Bonner Springs 2BR, 1 bath, 900 sq. ft. - in Bonner Springs $605/mo.
River City Rentals 913-422-7368
Studio apt., Bonner Springs. Newly redecorated, $295/ mo. water/trash paid. No dogs. Call 913-710-8889
Tiblow Village Apts
in Bonner Springs Spacious 1BR Apts. Save money on utilities!! Units are all elect. & water is included in rent price. Lighted parking, on-site laundry, & pool. 1BRs start at $445/mo. To see a unit today - call 913-441-6108!
De Soto 2BR & 3BR homes avail. now. W/D hookup, CH/CA, more. No pets. $700/mo. & up. Year lease. 913-585-1211
Williamson Farms Addition from K-32 - turn north at stop light, turn right on 104th - Watch for signs Lawn mower, compressor, Memorial Day silk floral arrangemnts, and much misc.
Kansas City Neighborhood Garage Sale Saturday, May 19th 8 am to 4 pm Delaware Ridge and Delaware Highlands Kansas City, KS 130th & State Ave.
a request to the Office of Housing and Urban Development for the release of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under Title 1 of the Housing and Community DevelopThur. -Sat. ment Act of 1974, as May 17, 18, 19 amended, to undertake projects known as Toma8AM - 4PM hawk HIlls Stormwater Improvements Phase II, Directions: YMCA, Johnson County 1 block west of K7 Parks and Recreation, Saland Johnson Drive, vation Army and Johnson County Housing. These Shawnee projects will use $165,855 of CDBG funding and an equal Lots of Good or greater amount of City funds for the purpose of Stuff!!!! providing Tomahawk Hills, Phase II, stormwater imMOVING SALE provements; $13,500 for beFriday & Saturday fore and after school child 8AM - 5PM care for low to moderate income families; $11,880 for 12818 W. 49th Terr. summer day camp scholarShawnee ships; $5,400 for subsistOff 51st Street ence payments; and $25,000 Beautiful furnishings in- for minor home repair for cluding TV entertainment low to moderate income center, sofa, kitchen table households. - buffet - chairs, antique chest, breakfront desk, The Johnson County Houschaise lounge, armoire & ing Environmental Review nightstand, wing-back Record (ERR) is incomplete, chairs, leather chair, ap- as each individual housing pliances, accessories, project will be evaluated pictures, plants & more. for site specific environmental consideration. The other activities proposed Tonganoxie are categorically excluded or have been converted to exclusion under HUD regulations at 24 DFR part 58 from National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. An ERR that Something for everyone! documents the environmental determinations for 18551 178th St, this project is on file at City Tonganoxie, KS of Shawnee City Hall, 11110 (between Basehor & Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS Tonganoxie on US 24/40, 66203 and may be examhalf mile south ined or copied weekdays 8 on 178th St). A.M. to 5 P.M.
2 Homes on 31.9 Acres
on paved road minutes N. of Lawrence., pond, excellent views, Lawrence phones. Both w/steel siding. 3BR ranch built in 1991, steel siding, 1.75 bath, lg. laundry/pantry, oak cabinets, 30x56 insulated shop with HVAC & 1/2 bath. 3BR, 2 story w/LR, DR, FR, full walk-out bsmt., lg. 2 story red bard, 1 car, CA. New double pane windows and porch. Great Rental! $299,000 for both. Call for appt.: Mark 785-766-6343 or weekends 785-312-9668
Friday, May 18, noon-6 p.m. Saturday, May 19, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Lots of Furniture, 2 Com- RV puter desks, 24â€? TV, Side-by-side Refrigera- Cruiser 2004 5th wheel, 28 tor, Area Rugs, Seasonal foot, 2 slides, Clean. New Decor, Printers Drawer, tires. One owner. Many exgo with camper. Canning jars, Canner & tras Pressure Cooker, Golf $14,750. Call 785-841-4421 Balls & Clubs, Misc. Decorating Items, Pictures, Adult & Children Books, Live Fig Tree & Mother-in-law Plants, Artificial Plants, Flower Pots, Large Wall Display Rack, Old Wooden High Chair, Old Brass Floor Lamp, 8â€™ Wood Step Ladder, Limb nâ€™ Trim Saw, Cars-Imports Clothes, Baby Girl Honda 2003 Civic EX coupe. Clothes 0-18 months organized, sized & 5 Speed. Black. 98K, 1 Owner, fully loaded, power priced. everything. Incredible GAS mileage. Rear Spoiler, CD, SOMETHING FOR Alloy Wheels, very clean, EVERYONE. drives and looks great! All scheduled maintenance. 785-393-9705 Shawnee
FRIDAY/SATURDAY MAY 18 & 19 - 8am 4 pm
Dresses: (4) Summer little girls dresses, brand new size 10-12. $10 each. Please call 913-631-0438.
Furniture, clothing, household items, home decor, exercise equipment, toys, much, much more! Great stuff Great Lawn Mower, ACE Mulch- prices! Donâ€™t miss it! ing electric lawn mower 19â€? with bag. Please call Directions: We are in 913-631-0438. Western Shawnee, south of Shawnee Mission Pkwy just East of K-7. From K-7, Collectibles exit onto Shawnee MisStrawberry Collection, sion Pkwy, turn right at cookie jars, sugar & the first light at Hilltop. If creamers, salt & pepper, you are coming from the pitcher & glasses, bean east, take a left at the pot, plates, custard cups, Hilltop light (just past Monticello). Take a right $35. 913-709-6039 at the next light follow the road around to 71st Furniture through 75th Silverheel. This includes Aminda to Couch, forest green/ burthe East. Or you can enter gundy, 90â€? with silver leaf on 75th St. off K-7 and stripes. $100. 785-883-2955 turn left onto Silverheel Warm Cherry Wood Queen or from 83rd St. Turn Ann Style Dining Table w/4 North onto Monticello folChairs. Table Ext. Incl. Will low to 75th St., turn left, seat up to 8 comfortably. follow to Silverheel and Matching Buffet sold sepa- turn right. Watch for Garage sale signs from 75th rately. $250. 913-915-7704 St. to 71st St. (includes Aminda to the East).
TV, 32â€? Phillips color TV w/remote. Cable ready. Great picture quality. Call Steve 785-840-4027. $45
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PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the Shawnee Planning Department. All comments received by June 6, 2012 will be considered by the City of Shawnee prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds.
Adjustable home stair lift, full-size bedroom set, china cabinet, 27â€? Sony TV, antiques, collectibles, misc. furniture, china, glassware, blankets, sheets, towels, lots of kitchen items and much, much more. RELEASE OF FUNDS
GARAGE/ MOVING SALE
3rd ANNUAL WILLOW RIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE
SAVE UP TO 60% OR MORE:
HUGE YARD SALE
Thursday, Friday & Saturday May 17 - 18- 19. 613 S. Bittersweet Lane, Lansing, KS.
Toyota 2009 Camry, red, maintenance records available, 34K, $17,950. Please Call 785-842-6096
Heavy TrucksTrailers 48â€™ & 45â€™ Dry Vans for sale, $1,250 storage trailers, $2,250 over the road trailers. Call 913-299--9872
Autos Wanted We Buy most vehicles running or not. Pay top dollar. 913-677-1788 anytime
Shawnee (Published in the Shawnee Dispatch, Wednesday, May 16, 2012) CITY OF SHAWNEE NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS
The City of Shawnee certifies to the Office of Housing and Urban Development that Jeff Meyers in his capacity as Mayor consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The Office of Housing and Urban Developmentâ€™s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the City of Shawnee to use HUD program funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS The Office of Housing and Urban Development will accept objections to its release of funds and the City of Shawneeâ€™s certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City of Shawnee; (b) the City of Shawnee has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the development process have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the Office of Housing and Urban Development; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to the Office of Housing and Urban Development Kansas City office at 400 State Avenue Gateway Tower II, Kansas City, Kansas 66101. Potential objectors should contact HUD/State to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Jeff Meyers, Mayor
May 16, 2012 City of Shawnee, Kansas 11110 Johnson Drive Shawnee, KS 66203 913-631-2500 On or about June 7, 2012 the City of Shawnee will submit
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BUSINESS Asphalt Services
ASPHALT PAVING Driveways Seal-Coating Free est * Sr citizen dis. 913-371-2737
Kansas Carpet Care, Inc.
Auctioneers BILL FAIR AND COMPANY AUCTIONEERS SINCE 1970 800-887-6929
Automotive Services Auto Maintenance and Repair
Your locally owned and operated carpet and upholstery cleaning company since 1993! • 24 Hour Emergency Water Damage Services Available By Appointment Only
Gift Certificates Avail.
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Sue Bee’s Cleaning 785-841-2268
Carpets & Rugs
Give your sweetie the gift of cleaning. Family owned and operated since 1992
Janitorial Services Business-Commercial-Industrial Housecleaning Carpet Cleaning Tile & Grout Cleaning The “Greener Cleaner” Locallly Owned Since 1983 Free Estimates
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Catering Oakley Creek Catering
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- Full Service Caterer Specializing in smoked meats & barbeque
- Corporate Events, Private Parties, Weddings-
On-Site Cooking Available
12 years experience. Reasonable rates. References available Call 785-393-1647
Honest & Dependable Free estimate, References Call Linda 785-691-7999
Hite Collision Repair
“If you want it done right, take it to Hite.” Auto Body Repair Windshield & Auto Glass Repair 3401 W 6th St (785) 843-8991 lawrencemarketplace.com /hite
Office* Clerical* Accounting Light Industrial* Technical Finance* Legal
Westside 66 & Car Wash
Full Service Gas Station 100% Ethanol-Free Gasoline Auto Repair Shop - Automatic Car Washes Starting At Just $3 2815 W 6th St | 785-843-1878 lawrencemarketplace.com/ westside66
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Temporary or Contract Staffing
Driveways, Parking Lots, Paving Repair, Sidewalks, Garage Floors, Foundation Repair 785-843-2700 Owen 24/7
Evaluation Hire, Direct Hire Professional Search Onsite Services (785) 749-7550 1000 S Iowa, Lawrence KS lawrencemarketplace.com/ express
Child Care Provided
CONCRETE WORK Driveways, Walks, Steps, Patios, Licensed/Insured Free Est. George Higginbotham 913-262-4265
Rich Black Top Soil No Chemicals Machine Pulverized Pickup or Delivery
Auto-Home- BusinessLife- Health Dennis J. Donnelly Insurance Inc. 913-268-5000 11211 Johnson Dr. insuranceinckc.com
Financial JAYHAWK GUTTERING
Seamless aluminum guttering. Many colors to choose from. Install, repair, screen, clean-out. Locally owned. Insured. Free estimates. jayhawkguttering.com
All Your Banking Needs
Heating & Cooling
Bird Janitorial & Hawk Wash Window Cleaning. Carpentry • House Cleaning • Chandeliers • Post Construction Rick Cassmeyer • Gutters • Power Washing • Prof Window Cleaning Carpentry & Repairs • Sustainable Options Framing, Trim, Garages, Find Coupons & more info: Custom Decks: houses/pools Licensed, Insured, Free Est. lawrencemarketplace.com/ birdjanitorial 913-707-7121 www.facebook.com/rick.cassmeyer Free Est. 785-749-0244
Flooring Installation “Your Comfort Is Our Business.” Installation & Service Residential & Commercial (785) 841-2665 Hardwood Floor Installation, Refinishing and Repair Locally Owned, Insured, Free Estimates 785-691-6117 www.artisanfloorcompany.com
Professional Painters Home, Interior, Exterior Painting, Lead Paint Removal Serving Northeast Kansas 785-691-6050 lawrencemarketplace.com /primecoat
1783 E 1500 Rd, Lawrence
DVL LAWN SERVICES
Starting at $35. Includes: Mowing, string edging. Blown off driveways, sidewalks & patios. Optional Services: Fertilization, Overseeding Thatch removal, Ariation Leaf removal & MORE Call Dennis 913-981-3370
Professional Service with a Tender Touch
Stress Free for you and your pet.
Call Calli 785-766-8420
Plumbing RETIRED MASTER PLUMBER & Handyman needs small work. Bill Morgan 816-523-5703
Breathe Holistic Life Center
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Moving-Hauling Haul Free: Salvageable items. Minimum charge: other moving/hauling jobs. Also Maintenance/Cleaning for home/business, inside/out plumbing / electrical & more. www.a2zenterprises.info 785-841-6254
STARVING ARTISTS MOVING
Serving individuals, farmers & business owners 785-331-3607
15yr. locally owned and operated company. Professionally trained staff. We move everything from fossils to office and household goods. Call for a free estimate. 785-749-5073 lawrencemarketplace.com/ starvingartist
Flower Beds, Mulching, Mowing, Weedeating, Pruning, Retaining walls.
Noe Singleterry 913-585-1450
Low Maintenance Landscape, Inc.
1210 Lakeview Court, Innovative Planting Design Construction & Installation www.lawrencemarketplace. com/lml
Air Conditioning/ & Heating/Sales & Srvs.
Concrete, Block & Limestone Wall Repair, Waterproofing Drainage Solutions Sump Pumps, Driveways. 785-843-2700 Owen 24/7
For Everything Electrical Committed to Excellence Since 1972 Full Service Electrical Contractor www.quality-electric.net
Taking Care of Lawrence’s Plumbing Needs for over 35 Years (785) 841-2112 lawrencemarketplace.com /kastl
Recycling Services 12th & Haskell Recycle Center, Inc. No Monthly Fee Always been FREE! Cash for all Metals 1146 Haskell Ave, Lawrence 785-865-3730 lawrencemarketplace.com/ recyclecenter Lonnie’s Recycling Inc. Buyers of aluminum cans, all type metals & junk vehicles. Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 8-4, 501 Maple, Lawrence. 785-841-4855 lawrencemarketplace.com/ lonnies
Repairs and Services
Marty Goodwin 785-979-1379
Professional Lawn Services
Insured 20 yrs. experience
1388 N 1293 Rd, Lawrence
Locally owned & operated.
Serving KC over 40 years 913-962-0798 Fast Service
Topsoil Clean, Fill Dirt
Mowing Clean Up Tree Trimming Plant Bed Maint. Whatever U Need
Decks Drywall Siding Gutters Privacy Fencing Doors Trim
Banquet Hall available for wedding receptions, birthday parties, corporate meetings & seminars. For more info. visit http://lawrencemarket place.com/stevesplace
Hilltop Child Development Center, 1605 Irving Hill Road Lawrence, Kansas 785-864-4940 email@example.com twitter.com/HilltopCDC Serving Lawrence since 1972.
Supplying all your Painting needs. Serving Lawrence and surrounding areas for over 25 years.
Big/Small Jobs Dependable Service
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Full Remodels & Odd Jobs, Interior/Exterior Painting, Installation & Repair of:
Banquet Room Available for Corporate Parties, Wedding Receptions, Fundraisers Bingo Every Friday Night 1803 W 6th St. (785) 843-9690 http://lawrencemarketpla ce.com/Eagles_Lodge
Over 25 yrs. exp. Licensed & Insured Decks, deck covers, pergolas, screened porches, & all types of repairs Call 913-209-4055 for Free estimates or go to prodeckanddesign.com
Renovations Kitchen/Bath Remodels House Additions & Decks Quality Work Affordable Prices
Your Local Lawrence Bank
Full service preschool & licensed childcare center for children ages 1-12. Open year-round, Monday- Friday, from 7 am to 6 pm
We’re cheaper Free estimates Mowing, trimming Bushes & trees 785-505-8697
Snow Removal Driveways & Sidewalks
Decks & Fences
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REMODELING & HANDYMAN SERVICES
NOT Your ordinary bicycle store!
Decorative & Regular Drives, Walks & Patios Custom Jayhawk Engraving Jayhawk Concrete 785-979-5261
Concrete *******CONCRETE******* Drives, walks, walls, patios, floors, bsmt/foundation repair, water problems. 913-240-2188/816-506-3630
Int. & Ext. Remodeling All Home Repairs Mark Koontz
Lawn, Garden & Nursery
Apply at eapp.adecco.com Or Call (785) 842-1515 BETTER WORK BETTER LIFE lawrencemarketplace.com/ adecco
Artisan Floor Company
Tires, Alignment, Brakes, A/C, Suspension Repair Financing Available 785-841-6050 1828 Mass. St lawrencemarketplace.com/ performancetire
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