The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 6, 2001 · Page 12
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B2 FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2001 GItEAT PLAINS THE SAUNA JOURNAL A Look Ahead 6 Friday • DANCE: Salina Twirlers Square Dance. 7;30 p.m., Sunset Elementary School, 1510 W. Republic. (785) 6554171. • EVENT: Spring and Easter musical celebration and fund-raising concert for Salina Senior Center by Kim Carr witfi guests RSVP Chorus and folk harpist RoJean Loucks. 6:30 p.m.. Senior Cen- .ter ballroom, 242 N. Ninth. 827-9818. • EVENT: Heartland Shares Order Day Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. 8279818. • EVENT: Spring open house at the Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. 6-8 p.m. Art projects for all ages and more. 827-1431, Free. • IWUSIC: Art a la Carte featuring flutist/fiddle player Roshana Ariel. 12:20 p.m. Campbell Plaza, 100 block of South Santa Fe Avenue. Free. 309-5770. • MUSIC: "Top O' The Pops," concert by the Salina Chorale. 7:30 p.m., Salina South High School Little Theatre. $5 in advance, $6 at the door for adults and free for youths. Tickets on sale at Headley's Clothing, Hough Piano and Organ and House of Sight and Sound. • MUSIC: Alterior IVIotives. 9:30 p.m., King of Clubs, 1056 E. Pacific. $4. • PROGRAM: Week of the Young Child featuring hands-on exploring of the arts for young children. 6-8 p.m., Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. • PROGRAM: "A Day In India," take an imaginary trip to the land of the tiger. Rolling Hills Wildlife Refuge, 625 N. Hedville. For children 7 and older. 827-9488. • PROGRAM: "Candy f»/laking." 4 p.m., Saline Public Library children's department. 825-4624. • THEATER: Salina Central High School drama department presents "Tapestry," a revue of music by Carol King. 7:30 p.m.. Central auditorium. $6 for adults, S4 for students, $2 for senior citizens. Children under 5, free. • HAYS; Artists reception. 7-9 p.m.. Hays Arts Center, 112 E. 11th. • LINDSBORG: Brandon Draper senior recital. 8 p.m., Burnett Center, Bethany College. (785) 227-3311. • MINNEAPOLIS: Alice Thomas presents "Sweet and Sassy Piano." 811 p.m., Blue Moon. (785) 392-3491. 7 Saturilay • DANCE; Salina Singles Dance. 8 p.m.-midnight, American Legion, 142 S. Seventh. All singles w^elcome. 8238330. • EVENT; Salina Gun Show. 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., 4-H Building. $2. 823-1747, 827-6879 or 825-4427. • EVENT: Kansas State University- Salina Open House. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. • MUSIC: Bullseye Records recording artist Tutu Jones. 10 p.m.. King of Clubs, 1056 E. Pacific. $6 advance, $9 at the door. Tickets available at House of Sight and Sound and Plum Creek Meats, Beloit. • PROGRAM: Week of the Young Child featuring "It Ivlakes Sense" explore five senses for children up to age 8. 9-11 a.m., YWCA, 651 E. Prescott. • PROGRAM: Lakewood Discovery Center trip to Sternberg Museum, Hays, to see "A T-Rex Named Sue." Leaving at 8:30 a.m. from the discovery center. $10. Bring sack lunch. 826-7335. • MUSIC: "Top O'The Pops," concert by the Salina Chorale. 7:30 p.m., Salina South High School Little Theatre. $5 in advance, $6 at the door for adults and free for youths. Tickets on sale at Headley's Clothing, Hough Piano and Organ and House of Sight and Sound. • THEATER: Salina Central High School drama department presents "Tapestry," a revue of music by Carol King. 7:30 p.m., Central auditorium. $6 for adults, $4 for students, $2 for senior citizens. Children under 5, free. • BENNINGTON: Bennington High . School presents "Fiddler on the Roof." 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $4 for adults and $2 for students at the door. • CONCORDIA: 21st Annual Scholarship Auction. Silent auction, 5:30 p.m.; dinner, 7 p.m.; live auction, 8 p.m. American Legion Post 76 Home. (785) 243-1435, EXL232. • McPHERSON: Apart 6 Sale. 8 a.m.-2 p.m., McPherson Opera House. (620) 241-7003. • McPHERSON: University of Kansas Medical Center presents Central Kansas Conference on Raising Health Kids. 9-3:30 a.m., Brown Auditorium, McPherson College. $5. (620) 241-8661. Listing Events Items for the Calendar of Events should be sent at least two weeks in advance to: Calendar of Events, The Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Be sure to include name, address and telephone number. Education Kindergarten roundup set at Salina schools Pai-ents of children who will bo 5 yeai's old on or before Aug. 31 are invited to attend kindergarten roundup at their neighborhood schools. Parents can talk with teachers, see classrooms, get information on physicals and required immunizations and can pre-enroll their child for kindergarten. Meetings are scheduled at the following elementary schools: • Heusner, 425 E. Jewell: 2 p.m. April 10. • Schilling, 3121 Canterbury: 2 p.m. April 12. • Franklin, 830 S. Ninth: 7 p.m. April 12. • Whittier-Bartlett, 711 Cedar: 7 p.m. April 17. • Coronado, 518 Neal: 7 p.m. April 19. • .Hageman, 409 W Cloud: 7 p.m. April 24. • Stewart, 2123 Roach: 7 p.m. April 19. • Meadowlark Ridge, 2200 Glen: 7 p.m. April 26. • Oakdale-Hawthorne, 715 N. Ninth: 2 p.m. April 27 • Sunset, 1510 W. Republic: 7 p.m. April 24. Applications open at St. Mary's school St. Mary's Grade School, 304 E. Cloud, is accepting applications for enrollment for the 2001-2002 school year in pre- kindergarten through sixth grade. The deadline to apply is April 16. For more information on the school or application procedures, call the school office at 827-4200. Other meeting dates at St. Mary's include: • Kindergarten parent meeting at 7 p.m. April 9 in Parish Hall • Kindergarten screening for children who are pre-enrolled on April 23 and 24 at St. Mary's Grade School • Pre-kindergarten parent meeting at 7 p.m. April 26 at the Love 'n Learn Daycare Center, 304 E. Cloud. Eight-week Spanish classes offered Enrique Aguilera, a retired Spanish teacher with nearly 30 years of experience, will teach eight-week basic, intermediate and advanced Spanish courses beginning this month at Memorial Hall, Ninth and Ash streets. Basic instruction will be provided for people who need to speak Spanish to be able to communicate at work or people who have regular contact with Spanish-speaking residents. The Level I class will meet from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays beginning April 12. Level II and Level III classes will be from 7 to 8 p.m. and from B to 9 p.m. Wednesdays beginning April 11. Tuition is $48 and includes instruction and teaching materials. Each student should bring a notebook and a Larousse Spanish English dictionary. Anyone interested may register at the Salina Parks and Recreation office, Room 100 of the City-County Building. For more information, call the parks department, (785) 3095765 or the instructor, (785) 4882203. Goats Program set on meat goat production ABILENE — A program on meat goat production is set for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the National Guard Armory. Speakers will cover nutrition, herd health, predator control and electric fencing. The Kansas Meat Goat Association's annual meeting will follow at 5 p.m. For more information, call association directors Mike Moffett, (785) 257-3357, or Christina Schmalzried, (785) 238-6345; or Matt Nichols of the Dickinson County Extension office, (785) 263-2001. Dedication Library to be dedicated in Bird City BIRD CITY — The dedication of the Mary L. Gritten Library will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday Herbert Bacon, Grand Junction, Colo., will speak at 3. The Bacon Family Foundation was a major donor to the library project. Bacon's mother, Ona Bacon, was a charter member of the library when it was founded in 1927, serving as library chairwoman for four years. Seed money for the new facility, $123,000, came from Walter Eggers in 1989. Security State Bank donated the building site. It was cleared with volunteer help. A direct mail fund-raiser was used to raise money to meet the Bacon Family Grant's $50,000 in matching funds. Other fund-raising activities helped the community complete the $226,000 project without a bond issue. It opened in July of 2000. The old library space in city hall is city offices. The late Mary L. Gritten, the library's namesake, was a longtime grade school teacher in Bird City who started the kids' reading program at the library From Staff Reports Champions honoped The Associated Press Gov. Bill Graves (left) looks at the shirt that w^s presented to him Thursday by members of the Cloud County Community College women's basl<etball team at the Statehouse inTopeka.The team, coach by Brett Erkenbrack (directly behind Graves), won the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament last month in Salina. T LEGISLATURE Legislation to give state White home Graves plans to sign bill, turning Emporia home into historic site By JOHN HANNA The Associated Press TOPEKA — A bill to allow the state to take possession of the Emporia home of legendary editor William Allen White went Thursday to Gov. Bill Graves. The Senate voted 40-0 to accept an amendment to the bill added in the House, which took the bill up after senators approved it. Graves plans to sign the bill, spokesman Don Brown said, adding the governor views the proposal as "the best and most efficient way to preserve the property and the historic value that goes with it." "The governor is extremely supportive of the effort," Brown said. The legislation would let the Kansas State Historical Society turn the home into a historic site. The House amendment says federal funds, money from local governments or donations will pay for the site's operating costs. Federal funds of $700,000 have been set aside to preserve the home. "It amazes me how many people are aware of William Allen White; he's internationally known," said state Rep. Lloyd Stone, R-Emporia. "It'll be a real tourist attraction, and it's a great honor to him, which he richly deserves." Already designated a national historic landmark, the house has been visited by six presidents and has a front staircase designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. White, an Emporia native born in 1868, edited The Emporia Gazette for 49 years, starting in 1895. He died in 1944. He won the Pulitzer Prize for a 1922 editorial, "Letter to an Anxious Friend." He first came to national attention for his 1896 editorial, "What's the Matter with Kansas?" an attack on the Populist Party Senate OKs privacy protection By The Associated Press TOPEKA — Legislation protecting the privacy of Kansans' health and financial information cleared the Senate on a 39-1 vote Thursday and now returns to the House for review of amendments. The bill updates state law in accordance with model legislation approved last year by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. "Without question, Kansans should control their own personal health and financial information," Insurance Commissioner Kathleen Sebelius said in a statement after the vote. Supporters said the measiire ensures that financial institutions, health care providers and insurance companies do not share medical information without consumers' permission. In addition, insurance companies could not sell patients' personal health information, such as lists of patients with specific conditions. The Senate defeated an amendment by Sen. Dave Corbin, R-Towanda, to increase the tax paid by insurance companies on premiums. Senate President Dave Kerr, R-Hutchinson, said the increase would have raised $7 million to $10 million a year for the state. TV NEWS SHOWS The following guests will appear on "Kansas Week" and "Kansas Week Focus" this week on KPTS (Salina cable channel 8): • "Kansas Week Focus" — Rep. Ralph Tanner, R-Baldwih City, chairman of the Kansas House Education Committee, and Rep. Bill Reardon, D-Kansas City, ranking Democrat on the House Education Committee, will discuss the ongoing legislative debate over tax increases for public education. • "Kansas Week" — Greg Hailing, managing editor of the Hutchinson News; Molly l\yiclVlillin, reporter with the Wichita Eagle; and Lori Bergen, journalism professor at Kansas State University will discuss April elections, legislative debate on education and Wichita's quest for state subsidies for airline traffic. "Kansas Week Focus" airs at 8 p.m. today on KPTS and Is repeat- ad at .2:30 p.m. Sunday. It also airs at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on KOOD. "Kansas Week" airs at 8:30 p.m. today on KPTS and is repeated at 2 p.m. Sunday. 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