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SUNDAY, JUNE 18,2006 LIFESTYLES THE HAYS DAILY NEWS D3 HighPlains I Therapy dog becomes like ! part of school staff | LACROSSE — The class of a tjeacher from La Crosse has gone to the dogs, reported The Rush Bounty News. | Peggy Kay, teacher at Hoisington Middle School, uses a therapy dog to help students in her classroom. She is employed by Great Bend USD 428 special edu- dation cooperative. The 2-year-old golden retrieved, Kronk, goes to school with his owner to "keep the children happy." Some of his duties include letting the accelerated reader students read to him, playing during physical education classes and comforting students who have had a difficult day. He enjoys spending time with people at the office and he has become a member of the staff. Eighth graders had a graduation T-shirt made for him, and he wore a lime green shirt to match the track team's shirt when he attended track meets. Kronk also accompanies Kay to nursing homes, hospitals and restaurants. Kronk was trained at Ellsworth Correctional Facility, and Kay got him when he was 5 months old. He and only one other sibling were chosen from the litter of 12 to be service dogs. He knows 43 commands. Unexpected guest crashes breakfast at restaurant GOODLAND — According to the Goodland Star-News, early morning diners at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Goodland were treated to unexpected entertainment. About 5:40 a.m. June 7 employees and breakfast diners were startled by breaking glass and an uninvited guest. Assistant manager Jovita Gutierrez reported a deer had jumped through a window at the restaurant. The animal jumped around for about five minutes as it tried to get back out. It eventually went backJout'the window it broke getting in the building. As it leapt about, the deer knocked over tables and chairs and sprayed blood on the linens and carpet. The carpet was cleaned, and the window was replaced. Art walk, concert included in Summer in the City WaKEENEY — The Trego Arts Council will sponsor its 12th Summer in the City on June 27 at the courthouse square in WaKeeney, reported The Western Kansas World. The free art walk begins at 6:30 p.m. at several downtown businesses. Featured artists are Wanda Stallings of Garden City, Vance Ehmke of Dighton, Elwyn Vatcher of Goodland, Mike Boss of Hill City, Rebecca Stover of Quinter, Pete Stone of Oakley, Elsie Rietcheck of Rexford, Madeline Musick's Quinter art students and many others. The art walk will break at 7:30 p.m. for the Hays Summer Band concert. The art walk continues at 8:30 p.m. The program is partially funded by a Dane G. Hansen Grant awarded to the council. Fort Hays State University's music department is sponsoring the concert. Jeff Jordan, FHSU director of bands, will be directing, The band will J>e playing a variety of classical, American, patriotic, marching and Broadway music. Homemade ice cream will be sold as a Gamma Eta Sorority fund raiser for philanthropic projects. 1009 Main -Hays Bridal Registry Jennifer Rowley & Sean Bright, June 24 Bethany Bellman & Kyle Stadalman, June 24 July Crlstan Welch* CIlntGottschalk.JulyS Tara Towns & Steve Vance, July 22 Jessica Shields & Luke Gottschalk, August 5 Summer Livingston & Quint Huncovsky, August 26 September April Weigelfc Brad Basgall, September 30 Baseball reporters becoming part of history Love them or loathe them, it might soon prove impossible to write the history of baseball without them. Mark Fainru-Wada and Lance Williams, authors of "Game of Shadow," are in an awkward position for any writer or journalist. Instead of interviewing, these San Francisco Chronicle reporters are the ones being interviewed. Instead of reporting the news, they have become news. They were even guests on "Late Show with David Letterman." The Hays Public Library has a copy of this controversial new book and dozens of other baseball books for you to enjoy this summer. Stop by the library this week to check them out. While you are there, take a look at this month's Kansas Room display of books about baseball in Kansas and another display on local baseball teams. Fainru-Wada and William's book documents widespread steroid use by athletes throughout sports, most notably by Sand Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds. The authors, according to the paper employing them, are not complaining about all the attention they have received. Writers write to be read, and their book is flying off shelves. But they don't enjoy being part of the steroid story their book reveals and the furor that it has created in the baseball world. Fainru-Wada and Williams say they realize that many fans are upset with their book. The two suggest that people don't want to believe that the use of performance-enhancing drugs is so prevalent. Many fans refuse to acknowledge it. Williams struggled with it himself. He considers himself a baseball fan. He usually attends about 10 games per year but stayed away for nearly two seasons after learning the extent to which drug use had permeated the game. This story isn't going to go away, not with baseball's investigation getting under way and not since Bonds has now passed Babe Ruth and is chasing Hank Aaron on the career home-run list. That means, awkward or not, they will continue to be at least a part of this story. Their book is a popular one at the library; if it's not on the shelf, the library staff will put it on hold and call you when it's available. For more details on activities on this week's library sched- Mam Ann YOIBHUYSUBRHRY ule, please keep reading and go to our Web site www.hayspublib.org. Friends of the Hays Public Library the Friends of the Hays Public Library will have a Wild West Festival book sale for members only from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 29. Everyone is invited to the sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 30 and July 1. Prices are $5 for the first bag of books, $4 for the second and $3 for subsequent bags. We supply the bags. • •• Congratulations to the winners of the Civil War books raffle from the recent library "Forever Free" gallery exhibit. Amy Cummins of Hays won "The Civil War in Art." John Cornwell of Hoxie won "Civil War Extra: A Newspaper History of the Civil War." Adult department Feed and Film The films begin at 12:05 p.m. Wednesdays in the library's main floor gallery. They last about an hour. Bring your lunch and a cup — coffee is provided. This week, join us for "Tornado Intercept" This groundbreaking one-hour event takes you into the whirling devastation of a tornado's heart as cutting edge science meets over-the-edge filmmaking to capture incredible images of what happens inside one of nature's deadliest phenomena. From stunning computer-generated imagery, to riding shotgun in the first vehicle ever to take a camera into a tornado's vortex, it's extreme, adrenaline-driving science, National Geographic style. Children's department Summer reading program Summer story hours Parents need to select the day and time of the story hours they wish to enroll Glubs a Meetings their child. You can enroll by coming to the library or calling 625-5916. Story hours will be in the children's department until July 27. The schedule is as follows: 3- through 6-year-olds 10 to 10:30 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 2-year-olds 10:45 to 11:05 a.m. Mondays and Tuesdays Toddlers (under age 2) 10:45 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. County fair craft time The children's department is working with the Ellis County Fair Association to have special craft sessions. The theme for this craft session is "Old MacDonald Had A Birthday." The crafts completed during these times will be entered in the Ellis County Fair. Enrollment will be limited to 25 per session. Please enroll at the children's desk. At 2 p.m. Monday, 6- year-olds are invited to join us for "Scottie Dog." Book in a Bag Book In A Bag is a nutrition education program using books and a food activity. The Kansas State Research and Extension Family Nutrition programs sponsor this program. Enrollment is limited to 40 children. Please enroll in the children's department or call (785) 625-5916. At 2 p.m. Tuesday, please join us for "Wednesday is Spaghetti Day." Youth chess lessons and tournament Children can come to the library for chess lessons at 2 p.m. Wednesdays beginning this week through July 26. Randy Brull will be teaching the lessons, so expect to improve your chess skills and have a lot of fun. Enrollment limited to 30. Please call the children's department at 625-5916 to enroll. The annual summer chess tournament will be at 9:30 a.m. July 28 in the children's department. This tournament is co-sponsored by the Hays Arts Council and the Hays Public Library. Youth bingo Children will enjoy coming to the library to play bingo from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursdays in June and July. Prizes will be given to the winner of each game. Special events Fridays At 2 p.m. Friday in the children's department join us for a surprise from the Brit Spaugh Zoo. Young adult All YA activities are free and open to teens in grades six through 12. New activities are always taking place so stop by the library frequently. YA Summer Reading Program The program will run through Friday. This year's theme is Creature Feature. We have weekly activities from 2 to 4 p.m. On Mondays, come join us for games; on Wednesdays, for crafts and on Fridays, for movies. There are several ways to claim prizes. Please stop by Young Adult Department to sign-up and don't miss our summer wrap- up party on Friday. Free computer classes Sign up today at the front desk for the free Internet classes at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and the Microsoft Word class at 10 a.m. Thursdays. Limited space availability. For more information call 625-9014. Hays Public Library wireless hot spot Did you know the library has a wireless connection for you to use? Bring your laptop and utilize this wonderful service. Volunteers needed Volunteers are always needed to help tutor adults who would like to learn to read or to read better or who would like to learn to speak English better. Call to sign up at 625-9014. Kansas Room This month, come view the displays about Kansas museums and another on local baseball teams. The books on display will be about baseball in Kansas. The Kansas Room also has a new display panel of photographs featuring the Hays' 70th anniversary celebration in 1937. Mary Ann Thompson is the Kansas Room librarian at the Hays Public Library. Daily s.Family ; -;. Shelter support groups in Hays, for people in or who have been in abusive relationships. Concurrent children's group. Call for time and location, (785) 625-3055 or (800) 794-4624. • Need help with addiction? Call (800) 556-8885. Monday-Friday • Meal Site reservations for senior citizens age 60 or older must be made the day before eating at the Meal Site. For reservations or cancellations, call Alice Munsch-Herrman, director, at (785) 628-6644 between 9 a.m. and noon. • Senior Center cards and billiards, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call (785) 628-6644. Monday • TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) No. 416, Hays, weigh-ins 12:30 p.m., New Horizons basement activity room. Call Jude, 625-9006 for more information. • Weight Watchers meeting, 7:30 p.m., Senior Center, 204 E. Eighth. Use the east door. Weigh- ins, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, call (800) 585-5833. Trinity Lutheran Church basement, 2703 Fort. Weigh-ins 6 p.m. For morainfOTina^on, ca,ll ^Betty at (785) 625-7468 or Helen at 6234115. • Sunrise Ministries International support group meeting for people fighting substance abuse, codependency and other problems, 7 p.m., 1728 Donald Drive. For more information, call Jo Ann Sigman, (785) 628-2578. • Open Door Alanon Family Group meeting, 8 p.m., 410 Oak. Open to relatives and friends of alcoholics and other addicted persons. • GREAT BEND — The St. Francis Academy foster care meeting, 7 p.m., St. Francis Great Bend Office, 1508 Main, call (866) 999-1599. • Daughters of Isabella, 7:30 p.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary Activity Center, Hays. • ELLIS — Ellis PEO Chapter Ice Cream Social and Hays City Band Concert, Ice Cream, 7 p.m., Band Concert, 7:30 p.m., Ellis Grade School front lawn. • Chapter IH PEO summer luncheon, 10 a.m., Marcia Bieker Home. Second half of alphabet to bring food and recipes. Co-hostesses are Jean Berger and Dora Lou Clark. Kansas State Convention report will be given. Inc. support group for people who are in or have been in abusive r£iat}9nshifls, 3:3$ fo 4:3p,,, ; p.m., 403 E. 23rd. A children's group will run concurrently. For more information, call (785) 6254202 or (800) 794-4624. Thursday Wednesday Tuesday • Lions Club meeting, noon. • TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) No. 818 meeting, 6 p.m., • Senior Center, painting lessons by Raemie Lou Hinshaw, 9 to 11 a.m. • Northwest Kansas Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, • Hays Optimist Club meeting, noon, Golden Ox Pavilion, 1006 Cody For more information, call Deron O'Connor at (785) 6256542. • Kiwanis Club of Hays meeting, noon, Vagabond Restaurant meeting room, 2524 Vine. • Open Door Alanon Family Group meeting, noon, 410 Oak. Open to relatives and friends of alcoholics and other addicted persons. • Narcotics Anonymous meeting, 8 p.m., 410 Oak. Phone: 6259860, Dion W. at 625-0991 or Tiffany at 259-1825. • Hays City Harmony Women's Barbershop Chorus practice, 7:15 p.m., Trinity Lutheran Church, 2700 Fort. For more information, call Carol at (785) 625-6194 or Betty at (785) 6252391. • Overcomer's Outreach, nondenominational support group for people and their families who have alcohol, drug or food addictions, 7:30 p.m., North Oak Community Church Center, 3002 Northridge Court. For more information, call the church office at (785) 628-8887. • Hays High Plains Barbershop Chorus and Quartets m^et- ing, 7:30'p.m., Trinity''Lutheran' Church basement, 2700 Fort. Call Don Barber, (785) 625-8932. • New beginnings open-door Alanon group meeting, 7:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church, 2703 Fort. Smoke-free meeting. Does not meet on holidays. • Hays A A Chapter 115 meeting, 5:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, 2900 Hall. Open meeting, smoke-free. • Hays Chapter 228, Order of the Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Saturday Who will be next? See Monday's Hays Daily News • Narcotics Anonymous meeting, 10 p.m., 410 Oak. Phone: 6259860, Dion W. at 625-0991 or Tiffany at 259-1825. • Prairie Garden Club will meet at 9 a.m. at Linda Stahlman home, 506 W. 31st. A rose garden tour will be led by Carrie Longpine. A potluck luncheon will follow the tour. For more information, call Brenda Slaughter, (785) 650-1532. Professional Wedding Video Sagedpush Video Productions 1-800-457-3453 CSEOST&CO A GENERAL STORE Jennifer Rowley & Sean Bright June 24, 2006 Bethany Beilman &i Kyle Stadalman June 24, 2006 117W. llth St.-Hays 785.628.3000 www.cspost.com • ••••••I Tuesdays in The Hays Daily News ... 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