The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 22, 1996 · Page 19
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SM^i^Va^i'v^V^^^^ THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. JANUARYi22. .1996 5 ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 4 Our first community service project was the purchase of a prize-winning pig at the 4-H auction that is held in conjunction with the fair. In September, members, spouses and guests enjoyed a picnic in Kenwood Park. The ticket drive for our major fundraising project, a "Travel and Adventure" series was launched at the picnic. In October members joined other Kansas Lions clubs in a successful "Candy Day." Salina citizens' generous support of this project enabled our club to make a sizable contribution to the Ophthalmology Department at KU Medical Center at Kansas City, Kan., as well as provide eyeglasses for needy Salinans. The Sunflower Lions supported the Salvation Army's Christmas Fund Drive. The group worked a Christmas kettle in December. At the meeting on Dec. 11, members brought food items and toys and made personal cash donations. The club also contributed the money that would have been allotted to its second December meeting's meal. Willing Workers name favorite TV shows The Willing Workers 4-H club met for junior officer night at the 4-H building earlier this month. The meeting was. called to order by junior president Monica Baltazor, who led the members in the flag salute and 4- H pledge. Roll call was "Name Your Favorite TV Show." Members recognized December and January birthdays. Door prizes were won by Kevin and James. Members were led in song by Kelly McGraw. For the program, Monica Baltazor gave a demonstration on her clarinet, Sean McGraw gave a demonstration on making a root beer float and Shelly Atteberry gave a demonstration on geology. Recreation was led by Christina Reinbold. Mrs. Atteberry reminded members about 4-H Sunday. The meeting was adjourned with the 4-H motto, "To make the best better." Snacks were proveded by the Clark and Funk families. YWCA official speaks to Lionesses Laura Pestinger, program director of the YWCA Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program, and a panel of two girls spoke to the Salina Downtown Lionesses during the group's January meeting in the VIP room at the Bicentennial Center. In a recent survey, teen-age pregnancy was considered one of the top three problems in Salina. There was a 26 pergent increase hi the county during 1994. The panel's aim is to educate people about the problem. The two girls on the panel presented their life stories. The club recently donated $150 to the panel as their project for the year. Theater Guild makes sound investment The Salina Community Theatre Guild met Jan. 10 at the home of Jean Stewart. Guild president Grace Stainbrook said the group had contributed $1,000 toward the new theater sound system. Tim Jepson, executive director of the theatre, thanked the guild and said S.M. Hanson is installing the new system. The Guild had made a $10,000 commitment to the Theatre Endowment Fund to be paid in three installments, and the first $3,500 has been paid. Cookie sales at the Youth Theater production of " Amahl and the Night Visitors" showed a profit of $171.35. Twenty-eight members baked cookies for the project. Deb Wall reported on the Amahl production and announced an expanded Youth Theater summer program that will work even more in cooperation with the Salina Parks and Recreation Department programs. An extended workshop for high school students will be offered along with the programs for younger students. The Spring Youth Theater Professional Residency will be Feb. 14-16. Coterie, an award- winning troupe from Kansas If you don't know your pharmacist... You should know ours! Larry Shaw Ft. PH. B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP 24 Hour Answering 827-4455 City, will present "The Very First Family." Kate Griffin reported that the musical selected for next year's season is "Oliver." She was selected to represent the Guild at the State Community Theater Convention Feb. 29 in Kansas City. Kiwanis Club recognizes terrific kids The noon Kiwanis Club of Salina has finished the December round of "Terrific Kids" in the following Salina schools. Each child nominated for this program receives a certificate, a badge, two pencils, a food coupon from Hardee's, a drink ticket from Wal-Mart arid a ticket for bowling frofh the All Star bowling lanes. Students recognized include: Hawthorne School: Dezarai Chadwick, Showna Yockey, Danny Bowles, Cassie Roets, Shawna Yockey, Joshua Patterson, Jimmie Gadson, Gladys Byfield, Josh Hiers, Kim Richardson, Donald Bishop, Danny Bowles, Christina Bowles, Heather Linarez, Darick Byrd, Desiree Outersky, Douglas Taber and Christina Bowles. Whittier SchoolfMichael Dotterer, Ciera Gebhardt, Mike Brown, Tyler Gunelson, Angle May, Alberto Delgado, Tasha West, Jaremy Garcia, Ashley Turnbull, Kricket Hall, Kyle Huddleston, Allen Ames, Felicia Alvarado, Justin Willingham, Alex Bazer, Matthew Miller, Heather Muilenbur'g, James Cook, Jonica Millen, Chelsea Gebhardt and Brooke Heath. Bartlett School: James Sander, Tiffany Williams, Wesley Commerford, Donald Lam, Lili Delgado, Desi D'Angelo, Kandice Moxter, Lindsey Stevens and Ray Tolson. H.S. Strong and True has meetings The November meeting of the H.S. Strong and True 4-H Club was opened in prayer by Amberley Arpke. The meeting was Nov?' 20 at the First Southern Baptist Church. Roll call was answered by your favorite food. Ethan Bowker reported that the club made $86 at the carnival. Mrs. Hederstedt congratulated all the achievement pin winners. Emily Piper placed the purple seal on the club charter. New members o£the club are: Kalleigh Weese, Kelley Bowker, Samuel Piper, Prisca Hinkley, Kelleri Arpke and Ryan Nichols. The club voted to work the concession stand at the Spring Hare Raisers show and Voted to have a Model Meeting. Leann Wilson gave a project talk entitled, "It's A Tough Job." Kalina Arpke gave a talk on Indians. Emily Piper gave a talk called "Farmers Aren't The Only Ones." Jenna Newcomer gave a demonstration on folding Origami. Kellen Arpke recited the books of the Bible. Kalina Arpke led the club in a song and Sean Dennis led the club in a game. Refreshments were by Newcomers and Sykes. The December meeting of H.S. Strong and True 4-H Club was held at 2 p.m. on Dec. 18, at the CONTINUED TO PAGE 6 Unique Valentine's Hay Qift I foal Looking for that "she'll never forget Valentine's present this year? 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