The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 20
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4 MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 in Winfield. Tuzicka will receive the Honor Scholarship for the 1998-99 academic year. Recipients of this $2,000 scholarship typically have at least a B average in high school work and a score of at least 25 on the ACT college admission test. It is renewable as long as the student maintains at least a 3.4 cumulative grade point average and is enrolled Fulltime. » ® 0 SACRED HEART: The following students were named to the Sacred Heart Junior Senior High honor roll for the third nine weeks period. High honor roll( 3.75-4.0 grade point average) Seventh grade: Sarah Arpin, Brian Bechard, Stephanie Bickel, Nicole Dye, Ashlee Eartey, Brian Eilert, Brian Garnett, Rachel Haase, Emily Honke, Lindsey Houltberg, Adeline Huskey, Kristen Hymer, Adria Jerkovich, Jessica Kelly, Jonathan Moore, Jacinda Neubauer, Melinda Neuman, Tara Roemer, Lauren Shafer, Jennifer Suelter, Danielle Wittman. Eighth grade: Jody Balaun, Jennifer Buckley, Travis Clark, Nicholas Deneault, Chelsea Hadorn, Elizabeth Moreno, Monica Neuman, Chelsea Parker, Daniel Robben Patrick Robben. Ninth grade: Shana Collette, Jennifer Haase, Laura Leiker, Katherine Mergen, Sarah Sueller. 10th grade: Jessica Dye, Kellen M. Ratcliff, Aaron M. Robben, Anne Weese. 11th grade: Courtney Ash, Richard Cole, Jill Hellmer, Leslie L'Kcuyer, Joey Morono, Stephanie Nowak. 12th grade: Christina Blagg, Subine Crespo, Ryan Prickett. Honor roll(3.50-3.74 grade point average) Seventh grade: Jennifer Davis, Jill Diederich, Victoria Harris, Dustin Pestinger, Austin Pratt, Mathew Sanchez, Kyle Sheahon. Eighth grade: Justin Ferrell, ShayTa Ferrell, Nicholas Hampel, Lindsay Hartman, Tim Herbel, Diane Molstad, Mark Newell, KartyPrickett, Ross Stottmann, Alex Taylor, John Hien Tran. Ninth grade: Stephanie Brungardt, Emily Cole, Amy Diederich, Kathryn Harris, Mikeal Knipp, Breanna Oxandale, Angelina Regan, Robyn Somers, Justin L. Thull. 10th grade: Eliza Headiough, Leah Helvey, Gregory Jaquay. 11th grade: Matthew Neuman. 12th grade: Isaac Balaun, Dahx Marrs, Chris Mergen, Trung Nguyen, Sarah Wearing, ull AT WORK" ASSOCIATES OF THE MONTH: Dillon Store, Sunset Plaza, announced the recent selection of Jeff Baird as associate of the month for March. Baird started, with Dillons in 1990 and works in produce. CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 "I don't have time right now." Pre-arranging and pre-fitnding your gift to your loved ones, •j 'Pre-planning your funeral is an easy thing to put /off. The fact is, it is not as time consuming as you /may think. We can help you prepare for the future. [Call us for answers to your questions. It will be well [{worth your time. Roselawn Mortuary can help you with your pre-arrangement and pre-funding plans. Call 825-8231 for further information or to set up an appointment. See our ad in the Feist Area Wide Yellow Pages. ROSKLAWN MORTUARY Robert hrobeniu.s 1307 S. Santa Fe Diana i'robcnius Ten small ways to stop one big problem. The next time everyday pressures build up to the point where you feel like lashing out - STOP! Here's what to do instead: ^^•^••^^•^^••^^•MI^BHH^H^^^B^^MHV^HMB^^^BHM^^^K^BI^^^^^^^^^^v— ' ' • 1. Take a deep breath. And another. Then remember you are the adult... 2. Close your eyes and imagine you're hearing what your child is about to hear. 3. Press your lips together and count to 10. Or, better yet, to 20. 4. Put your child in a time-out chair. (Remember the rule: one time-out minute for each year of age.) 5. Phone a friend. 6. If someone can watch the children, go outside and take a walk. 7. Take a hot bath or splash cold water on your face. 8. Turn on some music. Maybe even sing along. 9. Pick up a pencil and write down as many helpful words as you can think of. Save the list. 10. For more information call, 825-4493 or write, Child Abuse Prevention Services 302 S, 7th, Salina,KS 67401 Take Time Out Dont rake it put on Your child. I® National Committee (or Prevention of Child Abuse MARCH KIDS CALENDAR EVERY TUES. ft THURS. MORNING Morning out lor MOMS/DADS 9:00 -11:30 a.m. 1 st United Methodist Church 122 N. 8th Free child care Call CAPS for reservations 825-4493 PARENT CRISIS LINE 827-5555 Regarding a problem with your child, related to alcohol or drugs FREE PARENTING CLASSES Positive Discipline - Parent Training Sponsored by CAPS Monday nights, April 6 - May 11 First Presbyterian Church, 308 S. 8th 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Reservations required for FREE chlldcare. For more Information or to make reservations, call 825-4493. Parenting Luncheon for Working Moms and Dads Topic: Do Messy Rooms Really Matter? FREE Lunch Provided Monday, April 20, 12:00 -1:00 p.m. Smoky Hill Education Service Center, 1648 W. Magnolia Call 825-9185 by Friday, April 17 to make your reservations! Sponsored by: Parents as Teachers, Smoky Hill Education Service Center, Sallna Area United Way. Grandparents Group: Free Monthly Meetings Opportunity for parents of teen parents to meet and learn from one another about ways to cope with the emotions, conflicts, and joys that can arise when teens have children. For something fun grandparents often make toys for grandkids! Call Carolyn at 452-4590. ON GOING SAUNA-SALINE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 125 WEST ELM WELL-CHILD CLINIC FOR CHILDREN 0 to 18 YEARS OF AGE (Physical examinations to Include well-baby, school, camp and child care physicals - also includes Kan-Be-Healthy physicals 0 to 20 years of age) No sports physicals. Sliding fee scale and will bill Medlcaid and BOBS. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 IMMUNIZATION CLINICS Monday & Tuesday 8:30 am • 4:00 pm Wednesday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Friday.,.....'. 8:30 am -1:30 pm NO IMMUNIZATION CLINIC ON THURSDAY WIC (Women, Infant* * Children Program) A Federal nutrition program for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, Infants and children up to S years of age. Provides vouchers for nutritious foods and nutrition education to prevent or correct health problems caused by poor nutrition. Eligibility guidelines apply. Certification by appointment. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 SAUNA CARES HEALTH CLINIC 125 West Elm: 026-9609 Clinic Houra; Mondays 4 Thursdays 6:30-closa Must call tor appointment. Sliding tea seals COORDINATED BY SALINA AREA UNITED WAY. — 'Salina Regional Health Center Salina Parks & Recreation ""OFFERED WITHTHESAONA~SAFEKIDSCHAPTER: BIKE 'HEEMETS^STOVOOlACri ASHBY HOUSE Budgeting classes, nutrition classes, responsive discipline, job readiness, house cleaning tips. For more Information call 826-4935 and ask for the Life Skills Coordinator. WAL*MAJRT

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