The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 18, 1998
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4 MONDAY, MAY 18, 1998 THE SAUNA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Students who received "Unsung Heroes" awards In the front row are Clint Burchfield (from left), Monica Hernandez, Amy Gengler and Mary Pham. In the back row are Aaron Robben, Lev! Bowles, Aaron Cowdin, Kelly Coggins, Ben Baffa and Mark Kuntz. Club fetes 'unsung heroes' The Salina Noon Optimist Club had its annual Youth Appreciation "Unsung Heroes" awards banquet on April 27 at Vasilis restaurant. Ten students were honored for their special contributions to school, family and community for which they have not received recognition. .• Lee Rutz was the club's chairman of the fourth awards banquet. The stu- dents are: Mark Kuntz, Clint Burchfield, Monica Hernandez, Amy Gengler, Mary Pham, Ben Baffa, Kelly Coggins, Aaron Cowdin, Levi Bowles and Aaron Robben. Counselors from each school nominated the students for the award. Counselors present were Tommye Sexton, Bob Skinner, Alan Fitzgerald and George Stellyes. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 Collegiate Press Spring Conference on April 17 in Manhattan. The FHSU newspaper, The Leader, competed against other four-year public university newspapers. The FHSU yearbook, The Reveille, competed against all the four-year public universities and private colleges. The Leader received the highest award in the four-year public university newspaper category with the Overall Award. The Reveille received the Gold Medalist Award at the conference following only Kansas State University's yearbook. Students and their awards included Becky Stegman, junior, Lincoln, honorable mention in academic page design; and Jessica Smith, junior, 4585 W. Schilling, Salina, first and second place in caption writing, first place in cover design and theme development, second place in page design, second and third place in feature writing, third place in logo design and honorable mention in student life design. • Several Fort Hays State University students attended the Kansas Association Broadcasters Career Fair April 21 in Salina. In the morning the students were allowed to attend up to four round table discussions with people in the radio and television industry. KWCH-TV from Wichita sponsored most of the tables for the students to talk to industry people about specific jobs. Angela Erasure, Chapman senior, received an honorable mention award in the 30-second public service announcement category with a piece on domestic violence. Following the luncheon the students had an opportunity to submit resumes for jobs or internships with TV or radio stations at the fair. • Barbara Walter Gack, Jolene Glavin and Judith Curran, all of Salina, have been elected to membership in Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. They were inducted as graduate students through Nu Zeta Chapter on April 18 at Fort Hays State University. Sigma Theta Tau International is a prestigious organization of nurse leaders, scholars and researchers. The honor society, founded at Indiana University in 1922 currently has 346 chapters at more than 390 colleges and universities hi the United States, Canada, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia. Membership in the society is awarded to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral nursing candidates who achieve high scholastic averages and to graduates of nursing programs who have made outstanding contributions to nursing. « « * NATIONAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF: Kurt Stoskopf of Salina was among 30 students who earned a grade point average of 4.0 for the fall 1997 quarter at National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology. The institute is the first and largest technical college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the world. The seven colleges of Rochester Institute of Technology consistently are ranked as 5 We can provide information and 5 coverage for your LIFE INSURANCE Ask about Shelter's HOME, CAR, FARM, BUSINESS coverages too. Jean Curry 2737 Belmont 823-5129 We'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: CcHumbk Mo. City of Salina's Household hazardous wastes (HHW's) Household Hazardous Waste Facility Operating Hours: Thursdays 7:30 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. 1 st Saturday of each month 8:OOa.m.-12Noon Household Hazardous Waste Facility Operations Paid by Salina Municipal Solid Waste Facility. are potently a serious health risk. HHWs include waste items that are flammable, toxic, reactive, or corrosive. Items that will be accepted Include: •Household cleaners •Pesticides •Paint and paint products •Antifreeze, engine and transmission oil, brake fluid Each participant will be limited to 5 gallons of liquid or 50 pounds of household hazardous waste per residential household visit. BUSINESS WASTE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. For more information, contact 785-826-7380. 315 East Elm, Salina, KS 67401 one of the nation's leading comprehensive universities by U.S. News & World Report. * * * BETHANY COLLEGE: The Bethany College student newspaper, the Messenger, won a total of 10 awards in the Private Colleges and Universities division of the recent Kansas Associated Collegiate Press competition. The competition included papers published between Feb- ruary 1997 and February 1998. Editor Paula Holloway, a senior English major from Scott City won three awards: second CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 Restaurant Catering Your Summer Parties & Events Tucs.-Thurs. 11-9 Fri.fc Sat 11-10 1200 E. Crawford Salina 827-2728 Birdhouses & Claire Burke Home Fragrances GIFT u $ E u H STORE 211 West Iron Tiicii.-Sal. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 The family of Hazel Mary Steinford would like to thank everyone who remembered our mother. with cards, flowers, memorial contributions, food, and their attendance at the family open house and funeral service. 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