The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 26
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6 THRUSDAY. MAY 18, 1995 • THE SAUNA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL >• From Paga 5 ology, 737 E. Republic; Brenda Hammond, freshman in elementary and special education, 669 Starlight Drive; Mandi Horney, sophomore in English, 1317 Hartford; Daniel Lewerenz, senior in philosophy and American ethnic studies, 518 S. Ninth; James Sanderson, graduate student in business, 313 S. Simpson Road, and Christinia Williams, sophomore in interior design, 1945 S. Fourth. Named to Sacred Heart third-quarter honor rolls Sacred Heart Junior/Senior High School has announced its third-quarter honor rolls. S.nior High Honor Roll 3.75-4.00 GPA - Christopher Ash, Michelle Ash, Ryan Ash, Dawn Bicltnell, Ginger Brown, Aimee Chaput, Jennifer Downing, Kevin Evel, Andrea Harper, Christi Judge, Matthew Kasselman, Levan Khavtasi, Ria Kim, Nicole Knipp, Michelle Lavoie, Kimberly Lindenmuth, Dahx Marrs, Andrew Nelson, Mary Newell, Mary Ann Nguyen, Vincent Nguyen, Melissa Nowak, Tara Pestinger, Michael Schmitz, Emily Suelter, Angie Taylor, Mary Kay Thelen, Carrie Thorp, Lana Walsh, Ryan Weiser, Jason Wells, Sara Wells. 3.50-3.74 GPA - Craig Compagnone, Angie Cure, Shawn Finan, Angela Gordine, Kristen L'Ecuyer, Melissa Meares, Chris Mergen, Chris Rice, Cade Sanchez, Frank Thelen, Minh Tran. Junior High Honor Roll 3.75-4.00 GPA - Leslie Ahlvers, Courtney Ash, Scott Berens, Levi Bowles, Melanie Buckley, Adam Cole, Jessica Dye, Eric Evel, Jill Hellmer, Leah Helvey, Emily Hernandez, Katherine Kellerman, Bryan Kelly, Andrea Kinkelaar, Leslie L'Ecuyer, Jenna Leiker, Amanda Moreno, Joey Moreno, Matthew Neuman, Tien Nguyen, Stephanie Nowak, Kellen Ratcliff, Aaron Robben, Nicole Roche, Heather Ryan, Jamie Lynn Ryan, Anne Weese. 3.50-3.74 GPA - April Earley, Jacob Hebert, Toby Herbel, Gregory Jaquay, Suni Pestinger. Bethany students elect officers for '95-96 year Election' results for Bethany College Student Council and Class Officers have been announced for the 1995-96 academic year. Student Council officers and class officers will be: STUDENT COUNCIL - J.ff Montgomery, junior, McDonald, president; AshUy Schultz, junior, Tribune, vice president; Chrii Carlson, junior, Wichita, secretary; Heather R««d, sophomore, Jamestown, treasurer. SENIOR CLASS - Brijin Johnion, Assaria, president; Lynn Pearson, Lindsborg, vice president; Kim Anderson, Hutchinson, secretary; Carrie Linditrom, Marquette, treasurer. JUNIOR CLASS JanclU Moor*, Norton, president; Rhonda G«hring, Mound- ridge, vice president; D«b Dillon, Salina, secretary; Karilyn Ewing, Phillipsburg, treasurer. SOPHOMORE CLASS - Lori Johnson, Assaria, president; H«ath»r McFarland, Clay Center, vice president; Jodi Lippcrt, Green, secretary; Karen H«il, Ulysses, treasurer. Students on third quarter roll at Bennington High Bennington High School Honor Roll for the third nine weeks of the 1994-95 school year has been announced: ALPHA ROLL - Ky Boss, Andy Brackin, Nikki Howard, Joel Krause, David Ross, Holly Stenfors, Erin Trickle, Amanda Williams. PRINCIPAL'S ROLL - Carri Boss, Kimmi Boss, Jodi Cobb, Rich Cole, Adam Geil, Tennille Greene, Amy Griest, Allan Hemmy, Addie Johnson, Katie Johnson, Jeremy Krause, Ben Modrell, Ryan Nelson, Ashley Nunn, Staci Nunn, Jesse Smith, Jolea Spears, Bryan Stenfors, Jill Wierman, Brian Williams, Kent Zeigler. SCHOLASTIC ROLL - Rachel Berndt, Keith Eklund, Tara Foxhoven, Kevin Saenger, Jay Stenfors, Ryan Trahan, Keri Wasserman, Meredith Weiland, Caleb Wood. Faulkner receives ag scholarship at K-State Dwight Faulkner, Abilene, has been awarded a $750 Dow Elanco-Pest Science and Management-Ag Marketing Scholarship at Kansas State University for the 1994-95 school year. Scholarships are awarded through the KSU Foundation and provided by gifts from alumni, friends and businesses. Receives two top awards at University of Missouri Julie L. Bailey, daughter of J.L. and Darlene McClure, Salina, has received the Donald K. Anderson Graduate Student Teaching Award in Nursing. The Teaching Awards Program honors outstanding student teachers for their contributions to teaching for the University of Missouri in Columbia. Bailey also received the Certificate of Excellence of Achievement Award in Nursing. She received the awards at two separate recognition programs. Bethany scholarship is offered to Swenson Bethany College has offered Kama Swenson, daughter of Kenner and Janice Swenson, Assaria, a Bethany Award that carries a stipend of $2,000 per academic year. Swenson is a senior at Southeast of Saline High School. The scholarship is renewable for three additional years and has a total value of $8,000 over a four-year period. The student must maintain a required grade point average at Bethany to remain eligible for the scholarship. More than 150 students from Kansas and surrounding states participated in the scholarship competition held on the Bethany campus in mid-February. Inducted into honorary at Dodge City college David Bell, a sophomore at Dodge City Community College, was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, April 9 at the college. Bell is the son of Marylyn Bell, rural Lincoln. The induction ceremony and reception honored DCCC students for their scholastic achievement and excellence. Jenkins, Morris receive Fort Hays scholarships Fort Hays State University recently honored two area students at a scholarship recognition program in Salina. The students accepted scholarships to attend FHSU for the 1995-96 academic year. Justin Jenkins, a senior at Salina Central High School, accepted a Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award and a football ^ Continued to Pag* 11 25 Mile Road Race 25 Mile Tandem Ride THE RACE: 8:00 A.M., June 11,1995, Kenwood Park. The race course is 25 miles long and covers a challenging route east of Salina. Tandem bicycles will not be allowed in the race. All riders will be required to wear a bicycle helmet and a jersey or T-shirt. Headphones are prohibited. The entry fee is $10 if received before Tuesday, June 6. The late entry fee is $12. Asbury Partners may enter for $9.00 before the early entry deadline. The age categories are: 12-18,19-25,26-35,36-45,46-55 and 56 and above. WEATHER: In case of rain, we ride and race as planned. In the event of severe weather, the race officials reserve the right to move one or both events to the alternate date, which is Saturday, June 17. No refunds will be given. QUESTIONS?: If you have any questions, call the Asbury Marketing Department at (913)826-3601. PACKET PICK-UP/LATE REGISTRATION: Packets that include the rider's T-shirt, race number (for racers), map of the course and other information will be provided to all participants. Packet pickup and late registration will be at the Information Booth at the Smoky Hill River Festival, near the suspended bridge entrance. Pickup time will be: 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 10 7 to 7:45 am. Sunday, June 11 at Kenwood Park THE TANDEM RIDE: 7:40 A.M., June 11,1995, Kenwood Park. New this year! In this non-competitive event, tandems mil ride the 25-mile race course. Helmets and shirts required. Fees same as the Race. Special awards will be presented. 4 Mile Family Ride THE FAMILY FUN RIDE: 7:30 A.M., June 11,1995, Kenwood Park. Bring the entire family out for an easy, four- mile fun ride over a scenic (and flat) course. Children under seven will not be allowed on a separate bicycle. Youngsters are welcome on bicycle seats or in buggies pulled behind bicycles. Helmets are required for participants in the family ride. Call Asbury at 826-3601 if you would like to order a helmet for $8.50 (child or adult). Headphones are prohibited. The entry fee for'the family fun ride is $8 for those ordering adult size T-sliirts and $5 for those ordering youth size T-shirts, if received by Tuesday, June 6. Asbury Partners may enter for $7 or $4, before the early entry deadline. The late entry fees are $10 and $7. ||!5ASBURY-SALINA llgl Regional Medical Center 4OO South SanlaFe • (913)8?7-441 1 -Salina KS67401 The Smoky Hill River Festival SCHWiNHT CYCLING AND FITNESS Saline County Rural Fire Department No.2 ENTRYFORM Waiver: In consideration of your acceptance of my entry into the Asbury Classic 25-mile Race/4-mile Family Fun Ride/The Tandem Ride, I certify and state as follows: •I am in good physical health and am capable of riding in this event safely. •I take full responsibility for assuring that my bicycle is in good condition and that it will not present any unsafe hazard to myself or others. I will properly wear a safe helmet and a T-shirt or jersey while participating in this event. I understand that I am prohibited from wearing headphones or other devices that may distract me while participating in the event •I will always ride in this event safely and not interfere with others. I am familiar with all safety rules for bicycling and with all traffic laws rules and regulations with which I must abide while cycling. •I waive and release for myself, my heirs, executors, trustees and administrators against all sponsors, event officials, coordinating groups and other individuals any claims for personal injury or property damage suffered by me while participating in this bicycle event. SIGNATURE (A parent or legal guardian must sign for cyclists under the age of 18). Q BIKE RACE Q FAMILY RIDE Q TANDEM RIDE NAME ADDRESS. CITY _STATE_ PHONE: HOME_ _ZIP_ _WORK_ MALE Q FEMALE AGE SHIRT SIZE Q 8(34-36) Q M0WO) Q L(4244) Q XL(4&48) YOUTH SIZE QXS(24) Q S(6-8) 011(10-12) Q 1(14-16) Make Checks payable to: Make Checks payable to: The Asbury Classic MAIL ENTRY FEE AND FORM TO: The Asbury Classic Asbury-SaUna Regional Medical Center Attn: Jill Giele P.O. Box 5080 Salina, KS 67402-5080 Amount enclosed J I 't <J >>,('.• ll V' 1 ' b . It . »V> l •i'- *'/ i 4 '•

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