The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 1, 1998 · Page 19
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A FMONDAY, JUNE 1, 1998 THEcSALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 had its annual awards banquet, honoring faculty, staff and students for service and academic achievement. Several new awards were given including Wildcat Pride Awards for Community Service, Dedication and Determination. There was also a Most Inspirational Student award, as well as an adviser/sponsor of the year award added this year. Those awarded were: Ryan Johnson, senior in professional pilot and aeronautical technology from Abbyville, was awarded professional pilot student of the year. Jennifer Whatley, an undeclared freshman from Abilene, was awarded the Wildcat Pride for Determination. Zach Griggs, sophomore in aeronautical technology professional Now Available... Glucosamine Sulfate The supplemental glucosamine your joints need. Glucosamine Sulfate from PhytoPharmica is the ultimate glucosamine supplement. It's 98 percent absorbable, so more glucosamine gets to your joint structures. B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP People Helping People 601 E. Iron • Salina • 785-827-4455 pilot option from Andover, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination. Creed Garst, sophomore in computer engineering technology and electronic engineering technology from Beloit, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination, Jon Watkins, sophomore in surveying technology and land information technology from Bums, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Awards for Dedication and Community Service. Michael Moffett, sophomore in computer engineering technology and electronic engineering technology from Chapman received the Academic and Career Enhancement Series Achievement Award. Todd Keller, junior in computer science technology from Ellis, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Dedication. From Ellsworth: Aaron Westerman, senior in computer engineering technology and electronic engineering technology, received the electronic engineering technology student of the year award. Jim DeVold- er, senior in mechanical engineering technology, received the mechanical engineering technology student of the year. Troy Losey, senior in technology management from Grinnell, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination. Kevin Hemdon, freshman in aeronautical technology professional pilot option from Goddard, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Dedication. Amanda Hoffman, freshman in aeronautical technology from Haddam, received the Wildcat Pride for Community Service for her work on promoting Big Brothers Big Sisters on campus. Lisa Wilson, junior in aviation maintenance from Hugoton, received the aviation maintenance student of the year. Shannon Gilbert, sophomore in computer engineering technology and electronic engineering technology formerly of Kansas City, Kan., and a graduate of Wyandotte High School, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination. Kelli Countryman, freshman in avionics from Kinsley, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Awards for Community Service and Determination. Matt Molz, freshman in mechanical engineering from Lakin, received the freshman chemistry student of the year and was nominated •Wildcat Pride for Dedication Award. "Clean Up Deadline Friday, June 12th" Diana Frobenius A lot of the containers have been removed, but there is still a need to remove the remaining containers and wreaths so we can mow. The first week of June all flowers will be moved up towards the headstones. Our park personnel will be removing anything not in permanent vases after Friday, June 12th. Thank You. Contact Diana Frobenius at Roselawn Memorial Park. Call 827-8431 for further information or to set up an appointment. See uur ad in the Heist Area Wide Yellow I'ages ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK 1920 E. Crawford Matt Wagner, senior in aeronautical technology professional pilot option from Lansing, was nominated for the Most Inspirational Student Award. William Morris, freshman in avionics from Logan, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination. Josh Cooper, sophomore in computer engineering technology from Marion, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Dedication. Dinah Collins, senior in civil engineering technology from McPherson, received the civil/environmental engineering technology student of the year award. Robert Harris, junior in computer science technology from Minneapolis, received the computer student of the year award. From Salina: Laury Kuder, an undeclared junior, received the Most Inspirational Student Award and was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Community Service. Kim Oliver, junior in computer information systems technology and technology management, received the Most Inspirational Student Award and was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Dedication. Kelly Wendt, sophomore in environmental engineering technology, was nominated for the Wildcat Pride Award for Determination. Romernita Ramsey, freshman in mechanical engineering technology, was nominated for the Most Inspirational Student Award. Jason Pierce, senior in aviation maintenance, was nominated for the Most Inspirational Student Award. Anand Femandes, freshman in aeronautical technology aviation maintenance option from Poona, India, was awarded the Wildcat Pride Award for Dedication and was nominated for Most Inspirational Student Award. Staff Member of the Year was awarded to Kariene Propst, secretary II in the library. Bonnie Stanhope, secretary I in College Advancement, was also nominated. Faculty of the Year was awarded to Beveriee Kissick, professor and director of Library and Media Services. John Francisco, associate professor of computer science technology; Don Buchwald, professor in mechanical engineering technology; Bob Bingham, professor in arts, sciences and business and Don Heath, part-time faculty in arts, sciences and business were all nominated for the award. Mariana Lebron, coordinator of student life, received the sponsor of the year award for her work with the Student Government Association. • Kansas State University- Salina hosted the 50th annual National Intercollegiate Flying Association's Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference May 4-9. SAFECON is devoted to the promotion of skill, safety, sport and education in college flying and consists of a series of ground and flight events conducted over a four-day period. Students participating in the national conference advanced from one of 10 regional competitions. Members of the 1997-98 KSU- Salina flight team competed in SAFECON. The team consisted of Zach Griggs, sophomore in aeronautical technology from Andover; Luke Scott, sophomore in aeronautical technology CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 [ Find out how you r can benefit from a [ Roth IRA I with a 1 Platinum Shield* ^Tax-Qualified Annuity. [ Call anytime for details. Nobody knows why he came here. Scientists think it was for the burritos. 823-5129 1 1 a»l»Ufeliv>ui»iiaCo..HamOno>iColiin<>U.MO ' Godzilla 1 " is at Taco Bell*. He's on lour cool collector cups. Plus, if you find him on a game piece, you'll win one of millions of amazing prizes. Including a trip to New York. You could even win a million dollars. That must be what all the screaming is about. lion and Ohio 1700 Crawford Salina Area Diabetes Association Meeting Ttoesday, June 9th, 7:30 p.m. Heartland Conference Room Salina Regional Health Center Santa Fe Campus Current Pharmaceutical Update for Diabetes Questions? 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