The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 21
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1997 5 . AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 4 Awards. Established in 1977, the Young Alumni Award recognizes the outstanding achievement and significant accomplishments of loth- through 15th- year reunion graduates, in- eluding their YOUNG professional and educational achievement, community activities, honors and awards since graduation. Young is a certified public accountant and supervising senior at Kennedy and Coe, LLC, where he has been employed since receiving his bachelor of science degree in business administration and accounting. In his career, Young has developed expertise in estate taxes and income taxes. His professional memberships include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. He has been program chair for the American Business Clubs, Salina, and treasurer on the board of directors for the Salina Symphony Orchestra. He has been active with United Way and has volunteered at the Smoky Hill River Festival, Special Olympics and a habitat for Humanity project. He also served as finance chair for Trinity United Methodist Church, Salina. • Dr. Gregory Farley, assistant professor of biological sciences at Fort Hays State University, received a grant to attend the national meeting of the Wildlife Society in Snowmass, Colo., this September. All expenses, including registration, lodging, and travel, were paid for Farley and four students. Mark VanScoyoc, 1917 9th St. Place, special student, Salina, attended, « • » PITTSBURG STATS UNIVERSITY; Seventeen students nominated their families this year for the 1997 Pittsburg State University Honorary Family. Students nominate their families by completing detailed ques- tions reflecting the families relationship. Family involvement with Pitt State, hometown community and the family's encouragement of higher education are also emphasized. The information is reviewed by a panel of current students, faculty and staff and alumni and community members. The Honorary Family Award was created five years ago by the Student Foundation Board. The Student Foundation Board and the PSU Foundation, Inc. sponsor the event. Two families were named finalists for the 1997 Honorary Family Award. They included the Del and Sheirlie Prophet family of Salina, nominated by their daughter Tally. 8 » « NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Christine Lindquist has joined the residence life staff at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Neb. She is hall director for Hurt Hall. Lindquist, who is from Salina, LINDQUIST received her bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln earlier this year. » % » STERLING COLLEGE: Eleven members of the freshman class at Sterling College were admitted as Presidential scholars. These scholars must have a grade point average of better than 3.75, an ACT score of at least 29 and provide letters of recommendation from their church and school. Included among these was Sarah Detrich, Chapman. 9 * * UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS: The University of Kansas released the names of 90 new National Merit scholars, including 67 Kansans, who are enrolled or plan to attend KU as freshmen. The 90 scholars — 88 enrolled this fall and two who have delayed attending until fall 1998 — represent a 55 percent increase over the 1996 total of 58 Merit scholars and a 136 percent increase since 1994, when 38 of the scholars enrolled at the university. National Merit scholars represent the top l percent of graduating high school seniors. To be el- igible for the KU scholarships, students must achieve finalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship competition and list KU as their college preference. The National Merit Scholarship Corp. is a nonprofit organization established in 1955 to conduct the annual Merit Scholarship program. The scholarships are funded without federal or state funds. New KU National Merit scholars include: Amy Marie Hubert, freshman, college of liberal arts and science, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hubert, Concordia; and David James Green, freshman, college of liberal arts and science, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Duell, 2619 Colonial, Salina. • Kappa Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at the University of Kansas is announcing that Cara Nicole Campion formally pledged Theta Aug. 24. Campion is the daughter of Jim Campion- and Susy Reitz, 936 Barlow, Salina. Forty-four women make up the pledge class of 1997. • Students from 13 Kansas high schools will be honored Oct. 8 by the University of Kansas Alumni Association and the KU Endowment Association. The students, seniors from Ellsworth, Lincoln, Ottawa and Saline counties, will be named Kansas Honor Scholars at a dinner program in the Salina County Club, Salina. The KU Endowment Association and the KU Alumni Association began sponsoring the Kansas Honors Program in 1971. The program has honored more than 66,000 students in the top 10 percent of the Kansas high school senior classes. Kansas Honor Scholars include: Salina Central High School — Lee R. Bakker, son ofTerry and Poria Bakker, 731 Victoria Heights; Sarah Beth E. Blakey, daughter of Jerre and Sue Blakey, 1740 Hillcrest; Jennifer R. Blomquist, daughter of Robert and Glenda Blomquist, 569 E. Shipton; Victoria M. Corby, daughter of Joseph Corby, 241 S. Oakdale; Jennifer K. Favre, daughter of Jack and Linda Favre, 760 Highland; Garrett A. Gottschalk, son of Peggy Gottschalk, 862 S. 10th; Heather E. Harris, daughter of Roy and Cathy Harris, 921 W. Ash; Tyler R. Harris, son of Terry and Trula Harris, 1005 N. 11th; Daniel L. Ireton, son of Jerry and Janet Ireton, 2104 S. Muir; Kaili M. Kuiper, daughter of Kenneth and Maria Kuiper, 819 Moundview; Doris Y. Lam, daughter of Sally Lai, 412 E. Walnut; Kathleen W. McDowell, daughter of Hampton and Julie McDowell, 124 Overhill; Jennifer A. Mize, daughter of John Call Deb! Fettle's Flowers Fhwtn For All Occasions. When you think of Windows think ofWbvne. Financing Available Wwne W«t*el, Owner Poug Weftftl • (VU) 627-5600 Carl Stracker.. (913) I27.SOSO and Karen Mize, 21 Crestview; Sydney M. Moshier, daughter of Dusty and Wendy Moshier, 11 Crestview; Rachel J. Olson, daughter of Michael and Jill Olson, 2416 Stewart; Ryan D. Rackley, son of Dave and Pat Rackley, 3580 E. Country Club; Sarah L. Schatz, daughter of David and Toni Schatz, 605 Fairdale; Alison M. Smith, daughter of Boyd and Heather Smith, 411 Country Club; Lindsay E. Strahan, daughter of Larry and Pam Strahan, 166 E. Lake; Jeremiah J. Thomas, son of Fred and Phylis Thomas, 4760 W. Stimmel; and Matthew D. Torrey, son of Dennis and Diann Torrey, 909 Millwood, all of Salina. Salina South High School — Mandi Chace, daughter of Harold and Judy Chace, 2021 Marc; Kathy Dubois, daughter of Jim and Sue Dubois, 400 E. Kirwin; Michael Freeland, son of David and Linda Freeland, 2319 Shalimar; Matthew Gerry, son of Bill and Janelle Gerry, 1011 Scott; Kendra Glassman, daughter 'of Linda Glassman, 2223 Pheasant; Jennifer Hawkins, daughter of Laura Hawkins, 1404 Glenshire; Sharla Hughes, daughter of Danny and Virginia Hughes, P.O. Box 3015; Terah Isaacson, daughter of Jennifer Isaacson, 2058 Lewis and Rex Isaacson, 736 E. Republic; Tai Kerbs, daughter of Lynn Kerbs, 504 Albert and Vicky Kerbs, 2150 Roach; Craig Kuder, son of Larry and Carolyn Kuder, 2748 Highland; Shelly Laubhan, daughter of Glenn and Sue Laubhan, 1900 Gebhart; Michelle Lavoie, daughter of Ruth Lavoie, 134 E. Jewell; Reuben Lucas, son of Jo Lane Hamilton, 252 S. 10th; Jeremy McWilliams, son of Dennis and Angie McWilliams, 1908 Lewis, and Connie Unrein, 528 W. Beloit; Sara Mitchell, daughter of Phil and Judy Mitchell, 2335 Edward; Julie Mueting, daughter of Alan and Janet Mueting, 320 Scott; Jennifer Olivigni, daughter of Francis and Lynne Olivigni, 717 E. Frisbie; Valerie Pates, daughter of Ed and Leigh Pates, P.O. Box 1541; Kendell Powell, son of Korey Hensley, 1310 Sequoia; Andrea Ring, daughter of Henry and Cindy Ring, 2036 Mission; Scott Sader, son of Mary and Dale Sader, 2612 Robin; Tara Sankey, daughter of Tim and Leann Sankey, 2651 Highland; Alyssa Shriver, daughter of Jeff and Cindy Shriver, 2562 Highland; Kelsey Snavely, daughter of Rex and Cindy Snavely, 108 W. 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