The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 34
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 34

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|4 THURSDAY. MAY 16, 1995 « THE SAUNA JOURNAL wm i ORGANIZATIONS ^- From Page 13 America, as he presented the gift to the Rev. Canon Phillip J. Rapp, president and CEO of St. Francis. "Helping troubled young people and their families find a solid base upon which to build their lives is the main thrust of the Care For Kansas Kids program. UMB has been in support of that mission through their relationship with The Saint Francis Academy for the past 50 years and we are thankful for their sincere involvement," said Rapp. The Care For Kansas Kids program enables at-risk adolescents and their families in Kansas to obtain treatment. The Saint Francis Academy provides treatment in "body, mind and spirit" at locations in Atchison, Ellsworth and Salina. Businesses in Kansas can qualify for a 70 percent tax credit through their involvement in the program. Junior Civitans hide eggs for young students An Easter Egg Hunt was held on the Kansas Wesleyan campus on April 8 for students of Love and Learn Day Care Center, St. Mary's Grade School and Sacred Heart Grade School. The Easter Egg Hunt was sponsored by the Junior Civitan Club from Sacred Heart High School. Genie Ulrich is the sponsor from the Civitan Club of Salina. The president of the Junior Civitan Club, Dawn Bicknell, reported approximately 50 stu- dents from the three schools enjoyed the hunt. The Easter Bunny (Rachel Drake) and Roger Rabbit (Mary Newell) were in attendance to add to the festivities. Members of the Salina Civitan also assisted. The Junior Civitan Club sponsored the Easter Egg Hunt for the second year as an event of its community service projects. Sunny Valley 4-H'ers told how to manage time Mr. Delker congratulated all the 4-H'ers at the April 6 Sunny Valley 4-H Club meeting who participated on March 9 at County 4-H Day. Three entries qualified for Regional 4-H Day at Clay Center April 1. They were Ryan Delker, Jill Covert and the Sunny Valley Puppet Team. Twenty-three members and Let steps be OUR problem, not YOURS! Vertical Platform Lifts • Accommodates wheelchairs • Easy to install and use • Space and cost efficient • Variety of models available • Dependable, indoor/outdoor use Prescription Shop "People Helping People" 821-4455 011-800-432-0224 Box 1068 601E. lion Salin seven leaders answered what their favorite music group is for roll call. The April birthday got a sucker and the club sang Happy Birthday. Two new members installed were Shawna and Tara Baldwin. The program was "Don't Forget to Manage Your Time" by Suzanne Blakely. The song was "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes." The meeting was adjourned after the club pledge and motto. The club enjoyed refreshments. The Sunny Valley club members and parents helped plant trees at Jerry Ivey Park. St. Mary's Guild shown making of moss basket Stephanie Austin from Earth- care demonstrated the preparation and making of a hanging spagnum moss basket. She also gave landscaping hints and answered questions for members of St. Mary's Guild at a March 23 meeting at St. Mary's School. Pam Holt, president, presided over the business meeting. Plans are underway for the Ascension Thursday Tea for Senior Citizens following the Mass to be held May 25 at St. Mary's School. Five new members — Janice Struble, Kay Karlin, Sandy Trocheck, Albina Ingermanson, Margaret Knott were introduced and welcomed. Bernice Staab and Elizabeth Oats were winners of the door prizes. Kay Karlin was the lucky winner of the beautiful spagnum moss basket. Beth Koch and Agnes McGilvery served refreshments made by Mary K. Katafiasz and Millie Triplett. THANK YOUS St. Elizabeth's neighbors support scavenger hunt The Junior CYO of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church held its annual scavenger hunt on April 5. More than 1,000 items of canned food, etc., were collected, breaking last year's record of 800 items, from houses in the surrounding neighborhood. The food was delivered to Ashby House and the Food Bank. Approximately 60 sixth, seventh and eighth graders gathered food and then returned to the parish hall to sort the items >• Continued to Pag* 15 Call 823-6363 to reserve your spot on the Area Business Finder. YOU* GUIDE TO GREAT SERVICES STARTS HERE! Classics Auto Body, inc BASEMENT WALLS & REPAIR CONCRETE DRIVES • CONCRETE PATIOS TANK REMOVAL • BUILDING DEMOLITION ROD HARDING Owner 2259 A Centennial Road Salina, Ks. 67401 Phone (913) 823-8629 DIEHL CONSTRUCTION Licensed & Bonded Jerry or Ronnie Diehl (913) 823-7800 Salina, KS CRANE SERVICE EARTH EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT RENTAL, INC. ALAN & KATHLEEN SCHMITT Owners & Operators 3073 E. Water Well Rd. Phone 24 Mrs. Salina, KS 67401 913-823-8940 Antique • Household • Farm Equipment 201 South 5th Salina, Ks. 67401 913-823-9470 UCTIONS ND PPRAISAT.S

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