The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 22
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 25, 1998
Page 22
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 25, 1998 3 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 Love, Isaac L. Myles, Ashley Marie Ranallo, Michael Rapp, David Earl Seller, Heidi Shea, Kevin Carl-Heinz Sloan, Kyong C. Smith, Stephanie Renee Thompson, Portland Marie Smith Tipton and Steven Robert Wahle. Kansas City: Nikki-Kkivini Lanette Jamison. Lawrence: Wyatt Reiland Eubank. . Lebanon:Raquel Ann Boxum and Kari Lyn Brown. Leonardville: Joshua M. Strauss. Lincoln: Victoria C. Hoyt, Nancy K. Suelter, Audra Marie Wacker and Michelle L. Wilson. . Linn: Melissa J. Voelker. Manhattan: Charlotte Y. Channej Allen, Yamell Carlene Exum, Rust! Lynne Feldhausen, Larissa Jewel Horn, Jerry R. Humbert, Vincent Jacobson, Leon S. Derrick Jr., Jacqueline Michele Mai, Jeffrey Scott Razer and Cori Suzanne Vandaveer. Mankato: Amanda Ann Doud. Marysville: Rebecca Ann Adrian and Jane Bussmann. Mayetta: Karin Jean Abrams and Kristi Ann Salts. McFarland: Jubal H. Walker. McPherson: Sarah Dale Bradshaw, Heath D. Carlson and Thomas Lee Potter. Meriden: Scott T. Schuler. Milford: Lea Mashell Morgan. Miltonvale: Jennifer Sue Coleman, Cynthia Anne Jones and Roxanne Leigh Wilson. Minneapolis: Shelby Davis and Lydia S. Haist. Morganville: Nola Silvey Arganbright and Erin Gail Gennett. Norland: Carrie L. Bellerive. Mound City:Marcus Eugene Johnson. Moundridge: Dennis James Morrison. Munden: Denise J. Blazek, Andrew Moore and Jenny Lynn Stephens. Ogden: Patricia Katherine Williams Elliott, Jennifer Lea Noonan and Stephanie Michelle Fox Puett. Olathe: Marissa T. O'Dell. Oneida: Anastasia M. Lizzo. Osborne: Robyn Ann Akin, Deana Marie Eck and -Brian C. Hadley. Overland Park: Amber Silvey. Palmer: Jennifer Lynn Mueller, Canaan Bryce Ohlde, David Louis Stunkel and Daniel Lawrence Stunkel. Peabody: Andrew Clayton Jacobs. Phillipsburg: Jeffrey Michael Charbonneau and Erin Marie Otte. Portis: Carrie Lynn Wolters. Republic: Ryan Kent Swarz. Rexford: Jason Christopher Hibbs. Rossville: Melissa Lynn Howerton. Salina: Angela Lee Boling, Yvette M. Covey, Susan L. Crough, Pamela L. Gantz, Michael James Lamia, Amy Paladino, Brett Christopher Power, Sherry Puckett, Emily Richardson, Danna L. Shulda, Haley Amber Stein, Andrea Lynn Wallingford and Jessica Joy Walters. Scandia: Joshua J. Currie, Melissa Jean James and Ryan Olsen. Seneca: Christina M. Griffis. Shawnee: Lisa Marie Bobbirt. Silver Lake: James Dean Wai- shire. Smith Center: Heidi Jo Standley. St. Marys: Tamara Kay Wichman. Tampa: Crysta M. Bentz Clymer. Tescott: Mary A. Dewhirst, Tarn- era Sue Hurtig and Sara Lynn Larson. Topeka: Heather Ann Durow, Pau| Geier, Kimberly Erin Johansen, Heidi Lynn Kelsch and Craig James Phillips. Wakefield: Heath Lee Craig and John Robert Tillisch. Wamego: Brent Newman Hieger, Daniel Richard McNickel and Shawn Wesley Smith. Washington:Teresa Ann Hicks, Eric Jon Meyer, Daria S. Ohlde, Kelly Jean Otott, Heather D. Ouellette, Twila Beth Scheetz and Todd C. Walter. Waterville: John Francis Hanke. Westfall: Lisa Marie Fischer. Wetmore: Christel Meyer. White City: Andrea Nichole Atkinson. Wichita: Jeremy David Bender and Jeremy E. Sams. Wilson: Angela Lenee Cullens and Kayla Jill Cullens. Woodbine: Caryn Elizabeth Staatz. Out of state: Heather Rae Hodges, Benson, Ariz.; Eugene Edward Murphy, Spring Valley, Calif.; Roberta M. Aragon and Erich John Bartelt, both of Littleton, Colo.; Shelly Nicole Guillot, Greenwell Springs, La.; Jessica L. Miller Hollar, Fayetteville, N.C.; Charles A. Bausch, Burchard, Neb.; Verlyn John White, Columbus, Neb.; Dar- lene Joan Long, Hebron, Neb.; Donna Marie Kozak, Wilber, Neb.; Dexter Hannibal and Clint W. Small, both of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Bradley Thomas Wooley, Beaver Falls, Pa.; Jerrian DaBoyd James, Galveston, Texas; Teddy Jack Light, Lumbeton, Texas; and Ravonte Maurice Dantzler, Milwaukee, Wis. ^ ^ fj§S U.S. ACHIEVEMENT ACADEMY: The United States Achievement Academy announced that Craig Kuder of Salina has been recognized for his achievement as a National Leadership and Service Award winner. Kuder, who attends Salina South High, will appear in the United KUDER States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nation- CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 How to Be 3 Better Spectator/ ,: J; Remember that children play organized $|?pi for their own fun. They are not there to erg tertain you, and they are not miniature fm athletes. - ^ — 3, Be on your best behavior. Don't use profane larfj or harass players, coaches or officials. Applaud good plays by your own team AND the visiting team. i - " t.^^>" Show respect for your team's opponents. Without^*? them there would be no games. Never ridicule or scold a child for making a mistake during a competition. Condemn the use of violence in all form: Respect the officials' decisions. Encourage players to always play according to the rules. Source: "YMCA Spectator's Code/ YMCA. ARENTS'KlDS , ** May 31st, 3 p.m. Memorial Service, Jerry Ivey Park. The whole family will enjoy music, speakers, refreshments and a special floral tribute to honor someone you've lost in your life. For details call Hospice of Salina, 825-1717. Monday, June 1, 1O a.m. - 1O:3O a.m. Stand for Quality Child Care, Kenwood Park by the train. Enjoy live entertainment. For details call Salina Child Care Association, 827-6431. Mondays, June 1 - July 6, 6 - 8 p.m. Positive Discipline - Parent Training Mondays, July 13, 20, 27 ; 6 - 8 p.m. Winning at Parenting FREE summer parenting classes are sponsored by CAPS, First Presbyterian Church, 308 S. 8th. Reservations required for FREE childcare, call 825-4493. June 1 - July 31 Summer Reading Program, "Be a Kansas Star - READ!" Programs, games, contests, all ages. Salina Public Library Children's Depl.; 825-4624; registration ongoing beginning June 1. June 3-5 Cub Scout Day Camp for Grades 1st thru 4th at Lakewood Park. For details call Matt at the Boy Scout office, 827-4461. June 17, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Budgeting & Money Management June 23, 6:3O p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Credit Facts Provided by Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Inc., 1201 W. Walnut. For reservations or more information call 827-6731. June Onqoin Child Abuse Prevention Services CAPS...Morning Out for MOMS/DADS, Every Tues. & Thurs., 9 a.m.-ll:30 a.m., 1st United Methodist Church, 122 N. 8th. Reservations required for FREE childcare, call 825-4493. Heartland Healthy Families, Grandparents Group. Free monthly meeting for parents of teen parents. Learn ways to cope with the emotions, conflicts and joys that can arise when teens have children. Call Carolyn at 452-4590 for details. Ashby House, Life Skills Classes. Includes budgeting, nutrition, responsive discipline, job readiness, house cleaning tips. Call the Life Skills Coordinator at 826-4935. Offered by Salina Parks and Recreation & the Salina Safe Kids Chapter. Bike Helmets $10.00 each. Call 826-7434. Salina-Saline County Health Department, 125 West Elm. Family & Children Services. Immunizations for Children and Adults; Well- Child Clinics (physical assessments for children 0 to 20yrs.); WIC (Women, Infants and Children nutrition program for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to 5 yrs. of age); Family Planning Services; Expectant Parents Classes (early pregnancy and late pregnancy sessions). Please call 826-6602 for information on clinic dates & times. Salina Cares Health Clinic, 125 W. Elm, Clinic Hours, Mon. & Thurs., 6:30 p.m. to close. Must call 826-6609 for appointment. Sliding scale fee. Coordinated by Salina Area United Way. 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