The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 19
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 19

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, March 30, 1998
Page 19
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 3 T SPOTLIGHT Pictured in the first row are John Grimwood, Andrew Radke, Teddy Hodges, Gov. Bill Graves, Brian Johnson, Brent Dellinger, Zachary Hueszel. In the back row are Linda Radke, Rep. Carol Beggs and Pat Grimwood. Salina Scouts tour state Capitol building The six members of the Timberwolf 1st year Webe- los of Pack 29 met Gov. Bill Graves and 71st District State Representative Carol Beggs (R-Salina) on March 12. They also had a tour of the Capitol building and were able to watch the House in session from the House Gallary. The boys attend Meadowlark Ridge Elementary School in Salina. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 "Senior Send-Off' party. Members of the Student Alumni Board are nominated by deans, department heads and other university personnel. The students then submit an application and are interviewed first by a panel of alumni and faculty and then by current board members. • Kelli Benjamin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Benjamin of Salina, has had a productive year and is looking forward to a bright future as chapter president of the Delta Phi Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority at Kansas State University in Manhattan. Tri Sigma sorority sisters recently initiat- ed five new members. They are participating in continuous open rush and preparing for formal rush Aug. 14-19. Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, a National Panhellenic Conference sorority, will be celebrating its centennial anniversary on April 20. Tri Sigmas will gather from across the nation with family and friends to commemorate this monumental achievement. The Delta Phi Chapter will have a Centennial Ball for the occasion on April 25. Sigma Sigma Sigma will be sponsoring a Rock-N-Bowl Tournament April 26 at the Memory Lanes Bowling Alley in Manhattan. All proceeds for this event will be donated to the Robbie Page Memorial through which Sigma Sigma Sigma serves children. « * * FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY: Fort Hays State University Cheer Squad members traveled March 6 to Brookings, S.D., to help cheer on the Tigers at the men's basketball tournament. The following students attended the tournament: Heath Holloway, junior, Chapman; and Mathew Schroder, senior, Jimmy Godfrey and Jeremy Spencer, freshman, all of Salina. • Members of the FHSU Rodeo Club recently competed at Fort Scott Community College. Members who attended included Greg May, senior, Salina. w « * CONCORDIA COLLEGE: Concordia College senior Cherish Ebert, Salina, recently was selected as an outstanding undergraduate health education major of the year by the national professional organization of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Ebert was nominated for physical education in sports management. The outstanding major students will be presented a certifi- 195 ( 1-800-926-0049 Wichita, KS cate of recognition at a ceremony on April 7 during the National AAHPERD Convention in Reno, Nev. & @ n UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO: Two poems written by Aaron Klostermeyer, "Pawn" and "Cold Spell", have been selected for publication in the University of Northern Colorado's literary magazine, "The Crucible." Klostermeyer, the son of Ken and Nancy Klostermeyer, Salina, is a freshman at the University of Northern Colorado with a performance theater major and a minor in English. He is a 1997 graduate of Salina Central High School. ® 0 ® SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE: Chris Tuzicka, Salina, has been awarded a scholarship to attend Southwestern College CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 You &IH Dft If! Stop smoking for less th $50.00 Guaranteed, Safe & Side Effect Free • armica. Kit available at B&K Prescription Shop "People Helping People" 601E. Iron Salina (785) 827-4455 1-800-432-0224 ALL MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS TWIN, FULL QUEEN, KING w/coupon FF sets only FREE LOCAL DELIVERY With coupon expires 4-4-98 Limited Quantities BARRY S Items Similar To Illustration. Limited Quantities On All Items. Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6:00 Sat. 9:30-5:00 .__. 1402 S. Santa Fe H 825-5767 S "Benefit For The North Central Kansas Chapter • American Red Cross • J «*« » away , with the Hays Big Band Mariamante at Mar/mount ballroom Saturday, April 4, 1998, 8:00 p.m. • • Hors d'oeuvres • _ 40's attire encouraged • • 40's dance contest* . • 40's costume contest * * Silent Auction Dance lessons available two weeks prior to the ^ dance (GUI 827-3644) Proceeds go to the J Tickets $30 in advance $35 at the door (all S27 .{(ill i »'srr\ *> \ our + American Bed Cross

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