LawrenceHits.com, Q-104 Kansas City and The Olivia Collection, owners and operators of The Oread and The Eldridge Hotels have partnered to bring country music star Clay Walker to Lawrence, Kansas for a one night engagement at The Oread Hotel on Sunday August 31st.
Clay Walker with be a guest on Morning Hits with Jay Wachs the week prior to the concert and will also appear on Mike Kennedy’s morning show on Q-104.
LawrenceHits.com will be airing a special “The Best of Clay Walker” the weeks of August 18th and 25th at various times both LIVE and on-demand. The Lawrence Television Network (www.lawrencetv.tv) will also be running Clay Walker videos, concert footage and interviews during these weeks as well.
Jay Wachs will emcee the show on August 31st.
Details follow below:
For Information Contact:
Kirsten Flory firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Van Velzen email@example.com
Professional and Philanthropic Organizations Merge to Create Propel Lawrence
Lawrence, Kan. (July 29, 2014)
The leadership of the Futures Fund and Lawrence Young Professionals Network (LYPN) have embarked on a joint effort to connect the groups’ memberships under one name: Propel Lawrence. Focused on philanthropy, professional
development and networking, Propel Lawrence will unite all community members to learn and invest in themselves and our city while positively impacting Lawrence with service projects.
Propel Lawrence is the combination of two influential groups with similar missions. The Futures Fund was established with the Douglas County Community Foundation in 2010 to involve young adults, and those who are young at heart, in supporting Douglas County youth by raising funds and making grants available to eligible local agencies. LYPN began working independently of the Lawrence Chamber in 2009, and has been a connection point
for local young professionals living and/or working in Lawrence, offering information about local non-profit agencies and volunteer opportunities. These two groups are merging with the endorsement of both the Douglas County Community Foundation and the Douglas County United Way, which aim to further promote and support the impact of Propel Lawrence throughout Douglas County.
Offering professionals with opportunities to maximize their investments of time and money within the community, Propel Lawrence will connect its members to the community with the hope that they will live, work and invest here for many years to come. The group’s first event will be held on Thursday, August 7 at 5:00pm in the private
room at Legends located at 1540 Wakarusa Drive in Lawrence. The public should consider this an invitation to join us for a professional development session entitled “Creating Your Personal Brand” complete with an exercise designed to identify participants’ true purposes within their work, social, networking and
passions with Jana Dawson.
Propel Lawrence is designed to connect, inspire and energize leaders and future leaders in our community by offering philanthropy, professional development and networking opportunities. Propel Lawrence: socials with a purpose.
This is why I participate…click below to watch:
SEE YOU TOMORROW FOR THE 2014 LIGHT THE NIGHT KICKOFF CELEBRATION
The 2014 Kickoff will be held tomorrow, July 31st at Sandbar Subs (at 8th/New Hampshire) in Lawrence, KS!
5:00 – 7:00 p.m. – food and drinks will be provided.
Please contact Shannan Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-262-1515 if you have any questions!
See you tomorrow!
**Remember the location changed**
Sandbar Subs at 745 New Hampshire St. Lawrence, KS is the new venue!
Criminal Defense Attorney Sarah Swain reacts to the story in today’s Lawrence Journal World about KU being added to the list of schools under investigation for handling of sex assault investigations.
Click here to read the LJ World Article:
Click here to listen to Sarah Swain’s discussion: