September 21, 2009
Jehoshua Casey, 6, tosses a piece of bread into the water as Noah Winton, right, watches alongside during the Tashlikh service on Sunday, Sept. 20, at Twin Lakes Recreation Area. In the Tashlikh service, part of Rosh Hashana, Jews throw bread crumbs into water to represent casting off the previous year's sins.
MRCC members lead a march to the Farm Aid Concert in 1995 in Louisville, KY.
Roger Allison introduces Neil Young at family farm rally at Farm Aid in 2001 in Indiana.
Willie visits with Missouri Rural Crisis Center regarding the Pork Checkoff in Columbia in 1995.
September 20, 2009
NASCAR driver Mark Martin celebrates Sunday after winning the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
In this Sept. 11, 2009, photo, Chris Wiseman, Route 66 exhibit designer, pulls a protective layer off a Route 66 monument-style sign at the Jasper County Courthouse, in Carthage. The historic courthouse is a frequent stop for tourists traveling Route 66. Now, Route 66 history is a part of the courthouse, in a display that mimics Carthage's former Boots Drive-In.
In this Sept. 11, 2009, photo, Chris Wiseman, Route 66 exhibit designer, adds some detail work to the exhibit's display case at the Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage. The historic courthouse is a frequent stop for tourists traveling Route 66. Now, Route 66 history is a part of the courthouse, in a display that mimics Carthage's former Boots Drive-In.
Dustin Lane, a manager at Perche Creek Golf Club, stands at the 13th tee of the three-par course on Thursday, Sept. 10. Lane said "it's nicer out at night" and he prefers to golf when the temperature and humidity are lower. While most people play the course in the daytime, Lane said Perche Creek anticipates night golfing will become more popular. While there are several lights already illuminating the course, the golf club plans to install more in the near future.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., whose proposed bill on health care legislation comes to vote Tuesday, speaks at a press conference on Sept. 16 on Capitol Hill in Washington. His bill has both Democrats and Republicans in arms over its possible effect on the nation's health care system.
Jean Neely sketches with pastels along the entrance to the MKT trail by the MLK Jr. Memorial at Battle Garden during the Au Plein-Air Art Day contest on Saturday. Artists using various mediums worked on pieces outdoors in several locations throughout Columbia. They submitted their art at the end of the day to be judged for the contest. Neely has been working with pastels for a few years and uses a tray made by her husband to hold her colored chalk.
Bonnie Zelenak and Shirley Keller share a laugh as they paint with watercolors under the guidance of professional artist Chris Frederick (not pictured) while overlooking Stephens Lake during the Au Plein-Air Art Day contest on Saturday. Zelenak had always admired watercolor, so when she retired one year ago, she picked up the brush and started taking classes. "It was a real challenge at first, but when you see what Chris can do, it makes you want to try hard."
Shirley Keller mixes pigment with water at Stephens Lake Park on Saturday as part of the Au Plein-Air Art Day contest, where participants sketch and paint outdoors, then submit their day's work for judging. Keller uses liberal amounts of water in her watercolors and paints on slick Yupo synthetic paper that allows her paint to roll around and bleed more than usual, an effect she likes.
Logan Wallace, 4, left, and Braedan Wallace, 2, play checkers with wooden pieces at the Heritage Festival on Saturday. The Heritage Festival offers many activities for children including puppet shows, hayrides, a petting zoo and the opportunity to try walking on stilts.
Linda Coats weaves a shawl at the Heritage Festival at Nifong Park on Saturday. Coats uses alpaca fur to create different types of crafts and sells them at the festival. It only took Coats the afternoon to weave this purple shawl.
From left, Haley Leal and WIlla Lensenmeyer play bluegrass music at the Maplewood Barn Stage at the Heritage Festival on Saturday. Both girls are part of "Pixie Chicks and the Fiddle Stick," a bluegrass group in Columbia. The girls played many songs on stage, one of which was written by a member of the group while sitting on a bucket on Bass St., entitled, "Sitting on a Bucket on Bass St."
Left to right, Roberta Power and Emma O'Connell pose for a vintage photograph after getting dressed up in old-time clothing at the Heritage Festival on Saturday.
Memorial Stadium reduced the seating space allotted for each person in the student general admission section from 18 inches to 14 inches this year. This change allows for 2,655 more seats for students.
September 19, 2009
Missouri's Danario Alexander, 81, hops into the end zone past Furman's Julian Hicks, 31, during the second quarter of Saturday's game.
Missouri's Kerwin Stricker, center, uses his head to knock the ball loose from the Furman Paladins' Tyler Maples in the third quarter Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.
Missouri tight end Michael Egnew, 82, is wrapped up by Furman players Rick Furman, 37, and Josh Lynn, 91. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.