The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 25, 1998
Page 24
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 25, 1998 5 ' AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 are: Meagan Crough, Osmon Grant and Socia B. Markham Scholarship in foreign languages; and Kaci Regier, Carley M. Upp Memorial Scholarship in business and economics, Cardinal Key National Honor Society, both of Abilene; Nicole Nutter, Osmon Grant and Socia B. Markham Scholarship in philosophy and religion, Lindsborg; Michelle Ash, Calvin Foreman Memorial Scholarship in mathematics, Cardinal Key National Honor Society, Salina. " • » « TWIN VALLEY LEAGUE: The Twin Valley League schools select an All League Academic Team yearly. The following students have met the league criteria: Lucas Chavey, Jamie Dickson, Lance Francis and Tennille Pierce, all seniors from Clifton Clyde; and Kodi Charbonneau, Kathy LeDuc, Brynn Lervold, Amanda Long and Autumn Tremblay, all juniors from Clifton Clyde. Juniors and seniors must be involved in at least three different KSHSAA sanctioned activities per year and must have attained an overall accumulative GPA of 3.7 or better to be selected. & ® d AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS SCHOLARSHIP: Jonathan Haritatos of Concordia, Mark W. Kohls of Ellsworth, Shelly Laubhan of Salina, and Kathryn DuBois, Salina, have been awarded All-College Scholarships from Aid Association for Lutherans. The scholarship is for $2,000. Haritatos, a student at Concordia High School, Kohls, a graduate of Ellsworth High, Laubhan, a May graduate of Salina South and DuBois, a graduate of Salina South High, are four of 1,700 graduating high school seniors to receive an AAL All-College Scholarship. The 1998 All-College Scholarship recipients were chosen from more than 6,000 applicants by ACT Recognition Program Services. Selection was based on academic record, leadership qualities, church and community involvement, and extracurricular activities. AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Three Salina high school students have been selected to each receive one-year $3,700 Agriculture Future of America scholarships. A strong interest in agriculture, demonstrated by academic involvement, combined with work experience and community leadership qualified these students for the scholarship. Jason Evans, a senior at Southeast of Saline High School, plans to attend Kansas State University to study agronomy. Kendell Powell and Scott McFall, seniors at Salina South High school, plan to attend Kansas State University to study pre-veteririary medicine. AFA coordinates with its business partners and individual donors to provide scholarship and internship opportunities to. students who are actively pursuing a career in an agriculture-related industry. ® 0 » LEADERSHIP SEMINAR: Area high school sophomores have been selected to attend the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation Kansas North Leadership Seminar. They will join more than 150 other young leaders representing as many high schools from throughout Kansas. The seminar is June 5-7 at Kansas State University in Manhattan. Nominated to attend HOBY are: Jill H. Minneman, Tescott High School; Rachel R. Smith, Gypsum, Southeast of Saline High School; Julie M. Quackenbush, 1217 E. Ellsworth, Salina, Salina South High School; Levi T. Schneider, 516 S. Hohneck, Salina, Ell-Saline High School; Aaron M. Robben, 2346 Glen, Salina, Sacred Heart High School; Katharine L. Mclntyre, 105 N. Estates, Salina, Salina Central High School; Kevin S. Frack, Minneapolis High School; Ryan A. Rochel, 1713 Ottawa, Salina, Bennington High School; and Ryan Vandament, Osborne High School. The student? were chosen based upon tfteir demonstrated EVEL leadership and potential for continued leadership growth. HOBY Leadership Seminars bring together a select group of high school sophomores with groups of distinguished leaders in business, government, education and the professions to discuss present and future issues. ® « « KANSAS ST^PTE UNIVERSITY: Kevin Evel, son of Ron and Ruth. Evel of Salina, has been awarded the Jacob J. Smaltz Memorial Scholarship of "Outstanding Freshman of the Year in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering" at Kansas State University. Evel also was awarded a scholarship from Alpha Pi Mu for having the highest grade point javerage. To qualify for these scholarships/awards, the student must have the highest grade point average for the freshman class in that department and be involved in activities in the engineering department. • Laura L. Baxter, Ell-Saline student and.daughter of W. Reese and Donna Baxter, was awarded Kansas State University's Henry J. Putnam scholarship during ceremonies at K-State. Out of 3,700 applicants, only 45 Kansans received this distinction this year. The award was presented by president Jon Wefald on the basis of scholastic achievement and ACT scores. Baxter also has received an additional scholarship from the college of engineering and has been selected for the engineering honors program. • * * UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS: Julie Wallace, Assaria, has been accepted to attend the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy for fall 1998. This program offers a doctor of pharr macy degree after successfully ^^^^^ completing two wa ,, ArF years of pre- WMU - m ' e pharmacy courses and four years of pharmacy study. Wallace is the daughter of Manfred Eldon and Lavonn Who Runs Red Lights? I Don't You Don't So Who Then? BRINKMAN'S Service Since 1930 Insurance Agency 809 Martin 827-1480 •• M M M M COUPON •• ™ •• •• "• • JIM'S PHARMACY In Mowery Clinic 737 E. Crawford, Salina Prescription Coupon ONE DOLLAR OFF Qn-f A 4 4 A Limit one coupon per prescription. Of. 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