The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 18, 1998
Page 21
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONbAY/MAY 18, 1998 3 T SPOTLIGHT Dance Elite Dance Studios dancers are Kelvi Cunningham (from left), Amanda Garlow, Jennifer Mettlen and Terra Orosco. Sheila Shaffer is also a member but is not pictured. Dancers attend convention Dancers from Dance Elite Dance Studios attended the Joe Tremaine Dance Convention March 13-15 in Kansas City. Dancers took classes in ballet, tap, jazz, street jazz, and hip hop from instructors who have choreographed for Janet Jackson, Debbie Gibson, Michael Jackson and Prince. These girls along with other dancers from the studio have been selected, through auditions, to dance for Dolphin Cruise Lines in 1999. They will go on a weeklong cruise to Montego Bay, Grand Caman, Play a Del Carmen and Cozumel. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 from the All Star Bowling Lanes. .A total of 256 students who have won this, award during this school year. The following students were chosen for April: Hawthorne Elementary School — Shanikwa Phillips, Barbara Warhurst, Jennifer Armburst, Art Martinez, Kristi Mendenhall, Patrick Dale, Aurille Hubbard, Sara Lynn, Dezarai Chadwick, Brenda Martinez, Samantha Bennett, Aare- an Johnson, Trevor Davis, Tommy Fernandez and Emily Bennett. Whittier Elementary School — Stephanie Goheen, Megan Schuster, Nick Gebhardt, Melissa Dreher, Zach Matthies, Matthew McWhorterm, Darin Gordon, Trenton Birdholz, Caitlyn McLaughlin, David Bird, Leon Thomas, Desirea Herring and Tuoi Tran. Bartlett Elementary School — Annie Williams, Kristina Zeedyk, Sara Strait, Justine Buster and Dominic D'Angelo. NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY: David Batchelor, Salina, has been included into the Theta Omicron chapter of Delta Mu Delta at Northeastern State University hi Tahlequah, Okla. The chapter was recently established at the university. Only 5,000 students nationwide are elected to lifetime membership each year, and business majors who rank in the top 20 percent of the junior, senior or master's classes are eligible for membership. Delta Mu Delta was founded as a national organization in 1913. Its purpose is to promote higher scholarship in training for business and to recognize and reward business administration students who have distinguished themselves scholastically. * * * UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS: Winning entries in the 42nd annual Snyder Book Collecting Contest for students at the University of Kansas have been announced. Contest winners included Stephen F. Weller, senior majoring in chemical engineering, son of D. Matthew Weller, 657 Starlight, Salina; first place un- dergraduate division, "Western Christian Thought in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries." First-place winners in the graduate and undergraduate divisions receive $200 awards. » » « FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY: Fort Hays State University recently released the names of students who completed requirements for associate and bachelor's degrees during the spring semester. Names of the new graduates are listed below by county and hometown. Cloud — Aurora: Christina Gocke, bachelor of science in mathematics. Concordia: Christina Bechard, bachelor of science in elementary education; Kenton Boutz, bachelor of science in social work; Barbara Longenecker, bachelor of science in nursing; Terry Mills, associate of science in radiologic technology and bachelor of science in medical diagnostic imaging. Glasco: Stephanie Demars, bachelor of arts in history; Christopher Yohe, bachelor of arts in finance. Jamestown: Shea Anderson, bachelor of arts in marketing. Dickinson — Abilene: Heather Jacobson, associate of science in ra- diologic technology; Anitra Richardson, bachelor of science in social work; Jennifer West, bachelor of science in physical education. Chapman: Angela Frasure, bachelor of science in information networking and telecommunications. Ellsworth — Ellsworth: James Hammel, bachelor of arts in accounting; Judy Lyon, bachelor of arts on sociology. Kanopolis: Tasha Wacker, bachelor of science in social work. Wilson: Katina Amett, bachelor of arts in accounting; Jennifer Hansen, bachelor of arts in history; Georgie Root, bachelor of science in physical education. Lincoln — Lincoln: Michael Cheney, bachelor of science in technology studies; Mindy Florence, bachelor of arts in psychology; Christopher Vignery, bachelor of science in business education; Teresa Vonlintel, bachelor of science in social work. Ottawa — Bennington: Marcia Bulleigh, bachelor of science in nursing. 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Penn, bachelor of arts in sociology; Dena Saenger, 120 W. Robson, bachelor of science in elementary education; Frances Staten, 636 E. Shipton, bachelor of science in nursing; Mark Vanscoyoc, 1917 Ninth St. Place, bachelor of science in biology. • Several members of the Fort Hays State University newspa- per and yearbook staffs received awards at the Kansas Associated CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 Kristi Copas Broker/Owner ^BROKERS ^ realty RANGER'S STEAK & SEAFOOD Steaks • Seafood • Prime Rib • Chicken Fried Steak Cocktails • Lunch & Dinner Features • Private Rooms *TV's Lunch I l:30-l:30Tues.-Fri. • Dinner open 5:30 p.m.Tues.-Sat. 12th & N. Broadway, Salina 823-3491 • Garpirts •Minis «nli|i •litinlArnAwiliis EitniM Cniplis • Brpi, In Mini PiUiCmn • Untuck Cirtilis Free Estimates Toll fret 1-888-825-5280 Salina, KS (913)825-5280 Can my child get AIDS during contact sports? There are no documented cases of HIV transmission from fighting or playing sports. 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