The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1997 · Page 23
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4QPFWAL 9 AT WORK FROM PAGE 8 Month for September for Dillons Store No. 53, Southgate. Collins started with Dillons in 1966, and works as grocery department manager. Salina Dillons Store, Sunset Plaza, announced the recent selection of Loretta Walle as Associate of the Month for September. Walle started with Dillons in 1995, and works in the grocery department. They selected for their leadership, job performance and outstanding customer service. & » e 25TH ANNIVERSARY: For the past quarter of a century, John G. Thodis, president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association, has represented the interests of 4,000 busi- nesses and corporations throughout the state, which collectively employ 90 percent of Michigan's industrial work force. In doing so, he has contributed to the economic and social well-being of the state. Manufacturing currently employs almost one million workers and accounts for $55.7 billion (more than 25 percent) of Michigan's gross state product. Since 1991, manufacturing has created more than 70,000 new jobs in the state — helping to drive Michigan's renaissance. "The state of Michigan congratulates John G. Thodis for serving the interests of manufacturers in Michigan for 25 years," Michigan Gov. John Engle recently said. "MMA is fortunate to have someone with his experience at the helm." Thodis began his work at MMA on Sept. 18,1972, as director of government affairs. Five years later, he was named president and chief executive officer. He is a member of the MMA Board of Directors, as well as vice chairman and CEO of the MMA Service Corporation—a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Michigan Manufacturers Association. Prior to joining MMA, he was acting director and chief deputy director of the Michigan Department of Labor for six years under Governors George Romney and William Milliken. Thodis was born and raised in Salina. His parents operated the A&G Cafe in downtown Salina. ORGANIZATIONS KANSAS QUILTERS: The Red Coach Inn in McPherson will be the site of the fall meeting of the Kansas Quilters Organization Oct. 10-13. The featured speaker is Jackie Robinson of Animas Quilts in Durango, Colo. She is the owner of Animas Quilts, which was featured in a recent Better Homes and Gar- dens Quilts Sampler. Robinson will teach a workshop Oct. 10 and 12 and will give two lectures on Oct. 11. For further information please contact Kathleen Ronnebaum, Route 1, Box 27, Bailey ville, KS 66404, Phone (785) 336-3286. SALINE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSISTANTS: The Saline County Medical Assistants met May 20 for its monthly meeting at the Brookville Hotel. Following the traditional chicken dinner, the officers were installed. Installed for the office of president was Becky Harper, vice president Jill Scates, secretary Kim Fairbanks, and treasurer Kay Gross. The committees were then introduced by the president, as were Dr. and Mrs. Milo Sloo. Dr. Sloo will be the group's medical adviser for the coming year. Following the short business meeting the group adjourned. • The Saline County Medical Assistants met Sept. 15. Thirty members and one guest met at Penn Campus for the monthly dinner meeting. Ann Lasley, assistant general counsel and loss prevention analyst of KaMMCO, CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 NEWS1PS jsjnews@sdjoumd.com or ADVERTISING sjadv@sdjounKii.cam Saline Journal FAMILYTIP Family First How to Teach the Value of Tolerance to Your Children! Be a pofjljtiva role mode) within the home and outside. Encourage cooperation in family and outside disputes. find out/what people are really lite rattier than accepting what others say. Treat all people as Individuals. , '., •.Focus on the similarities rather than the differences between people where y9M*<in,m8!Bj pwpte fromw ,fpthere' opinion* «nd:pn>ctlces even when t*>ey differ or disagree W ^ ? * ri ^ OCTOBER KIDS CALENDAR INFORMATION GATHERED BY YWCA CHILD CARE REFERRAL SERVICE EVERY TUES, & THURS, MORNING MORNING OUT FOR MOMS/DADS 9-11:30 am: 1st United Methodist Church 122 N. 8th • Call CAPS for Reservations 825-4493 (Free Child Care) PARENT CRISIS LINE 827-5555 REGARDING A PROBLEM WITH YOUR CHILD RELATED TO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS A 6 week course offered either Monday nights Oct. 13-Nov. 17, 1st Presbyterian Church, 308 S. 8tn, Tuesday nights Oct. 14-Nov. 18, Church of the Cross, 1600 Rush, or Wednesday mornings Oct. 15-Nov. 19, Trinity Methodist Church, 901 E. Neal with prejudice views Tolerant People Have These Positive Qualities: • They do not judge others as bad or inferior just because they are different. • They try to benefit from people's differences by learning about others' customs and ways oi thinking. • They Keep an open mind wnen they meet new people or confront new ideas. Sponsored by CAPS: FREE Parenting Classes Keys for Innervision - Parent Training -Instructor: Marianne Adams, LSCSW First Presbyterian Church, 308 S. 8th, Mondays, September 8 • October 6,6-8 pm How to Talk so Kids Will Listen... Free Parenting Forums Oct. 16 7-9 pm Nov. 13 7-8:30 pm Being More than Mom & Dad SRHC • Penn Campus Toilet Training YWCA. 651 E. Prescotl Positive Discipline YWCA, 651 E. Prescott Living with Your Teen YWCA, 651 E. Prescott Jan. 15 7-8:30 pm Feb. 12 7-8:30 pm For reservations or free child care, call CAPS 825-4493. Grandparents Group: Free Monthly Meetings - Opportunity tor parents of teen parents to meet and learn from one another about ways to cope with the emotions, conflicts, and joys that can arise when teens have children. Call Christine at 452-4590 ONGOING HEALTH DEPARTMENT 125 WEST ELM PHYSICAL EXAMS FOR CHILDREN 0-18 YEARS OF AGE (Physical examinations for entry to Kindergarten, camps, childcare, etc.) (No Sports Physicals ottered). Sliding fee scale. HEALTH CONNECT PHYSICALS 0-20 YEARS OF AGE , SRS Medical Card Accepted CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 IMMUNIZATION CLINICS Monday & Tuesday 8:30am-4:00 pm Wednesday 8:30 am-6:30 pm Friday 8:30 am-1:30 pm NO IMMUNIZATION CLINICS ON THURSDAY WIC (Women, Infants & Children Program) A Federal nutrition program ior pregnant, breastfeeding and postpanum women, inlanls and children up to S yean ol age. Provides vouchers lor nutritious foods, and nutrition education lo prevent or correct health problems caused by poor nutrition. Eligibility guidelines apply. Certilication by appointment. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 "SALINA CARES" CLINIC 125 WEST ELM 826-6609 CLINIC HOURS: Mondays & Thursdays 6:30-Close Must call for an appointment. Sliding fee scale. SALINA PARKS & RECREATION Pizza Service WAL*MART Offered with the Salina Safe Kids Chapter: Bike Helmets - $3.50 eacr>. , .yy^^^^wy^^yyyyy^^^ Salina Journal — Salina Regional Health Center

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