The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 35
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THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1995 THE SAUNA JOURNAL THANK YOUS >• From Pag* 14 and have refreshments. Prizes were given to the team that collected the most items and to the team that collected items from each category. Coordinators of the event were Mary Jo Dickson, Pat Chrisman, Kathy Bradley, Sherry Rassette, Debbie Brenneman, and Janet Pahls. The students would like to thank all the neighbors who continue to make their scavenger hunt a success each year. Alvarez Squires Religious Education Coordinator St. Elizabeth's Parish 1000 Burr Oak Lane KINA listeners gave to bombing victims The North Central Kansas Chapter of the American Red Cross wishes to express a special thank you to Brian Thompson and all the listeners of KINA Radio for their generous outpouring of support for the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. Listeners of KINA delivered and mailed donations to the station to help with Red Cross assistance. A total of $807 was raised and will go directly to the Oklahoma City disaster operation. Vickie L. Degand Executive Director North Central Kansas Chapter American Red Cr.oss 145 S. Santa Fe Bowl for Kids Sake was again a big success The April 8 Big Brothers/Big Sisters 1995 Bowl for Kids Sake was again a major success. This was the ninth annual bowling event as an agency fund-raiser and the results were the best yet. Big Brothers/Big Sisters wants to take this opportunity to thank the 267 bowlers who participated. Pledges totaled $24,110. Everyone had a great time bowling during the day. Thank you to the Salina area residents who supported the bowlers. Those monies pledged will go a long way to help provide Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Couple Matches for the 58 boys and girls on the waiting list. Funds contributed also maintain the current matches in the program. And thank you to the area businesses and individuals who were our event sponsors and lane sponsors: EVENT SPONSOIS King Pin Club - Love Box Co., Oldies All (yes ALL) Clean Papery recycle 98.5/Breezy 104.9; Baby Split Club - Bear Promotions, Big Cheese Pizza, Brown & Brown Contractors, Buyers Guide, Continental Airlines, Del's Electronics, Eagle Software Inc., William Graves, Morrison Enterprises, New Holiday Bowl, Tony's Pizza Service; Buck*! Club - Architectural Services, Blackwell Blackwell & Struble, Dickinson Operating Co., Exide Corp., Kansas Cellular, Land Title Services, employees of Bill Medina Construction for Bill and Peggy Medina, Salina Noon Optimist Club, Sam's Club, School Specialty Supply, Mark Zimmerman. LANE SPONSORS Achterberg Neustrom & Montoya, Dr. John Adams, Don and Lori Allen, Applebee's Neighborhood Bar and Grill, Avon (Betty Pelzel), Bank IV Salina, Bank of Tescott, Drs. Bell Cassette and Zujko, Bennington State Bank, B&W Electrical Contractors, Brooks Retail Liquor Store, Greg and Margaret Brown, Bucher Willis & Ratliff, Burger King, Nathan Butcher, Coldwell Banker/Antrim Piper Wenger Realtors, Robert Caldwell, Doug Chapman & Associates, Dr. Brian and Ann Conner, Cozy Inn, Crestwood Inc., Dr. Bismarck D'Souza, Dr. Dwayne and Cheryl DeTurk, Dillons, David and Janet Ernsbarger, Terry and Elaine Ferguson, Drs. Paula Fried and Brad Stuewe, Helen Graves, Dr. Ken Guest, Dale and Michelle Heuszel, Holiday Inn Holidome, The Inn at Willow Bend, Insurers and Investors, Dr. Harry Jett, Jim's Pharmacy, Pam Johnson, Kasa Industrial Controls, Clarence L. King Jr., K mart. Dr. Linda Lawrence and Ray House, McDonald's, Roger Morrison, Dr. Bill and Sandy Mowery, Jack Parr Associates, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Philips Lighting, Ryan Mortuary, Salina Coffee House, Salina Concrete Products, Salina Construction Association, Salina Supply Co., Salina Waste Systems, Saline County Veterinarian Association, Security Savings Bank, Shooter's Bar and Grill, Dr. Boyd and Heather Smith, Stewart International, Milton Stiefel, Stress-Cast Inc., Sunflower Bank, Telephone Sales & Services, Thompson & Heidrick Attorneys, Triangle Trucking, Two Rivers Vending, Type Graphics, UMB National Bank of America, Valu-Line Companies, Wal- Mart, Drs. Wedel Barker & Burnett, Dr. Thomas and Jan Wilson, Woods & Durham. Once again, thank you to everyone who helped make Big Brothers/Big Sisters 1995 Bowl For Kids Sake a huge success. We'll see you next year. Kay Bachofer Executive Director Big Brothers/Big Sisters 227 N. Santa Fe Business supported special education The Salina High School Central Special Education staff would like to thank the following businesses for their contributions of materials or money donations to our program throughout the 1994-95 school year: ADM, Bank IV Salina, Designs by Cunningham, Grigsby's Greenhouse, H&R Block, Wally and Ginny Koers, McDonald's, Rema Bakeware, Salina Area Transition Council, Sunset Kiwanis, those businesses that participated in the SEAC Workshop, and parents of the students. Kristi Weiss Special Education Teacher Salina Central High School 650 E. Crawford Family, friends helped celebrate 80th birthday Thanks to friends, relatives and family for helping me celebrate my 80th birthday. Thanks for the visits in my home, phone calls, pictures, cards, letters, flowers and other gifts, and for the beautiful birthday cake, 'punch and coffee served by the family. Love you all and God bless. Lucille Swisher Gypsum Cards and flowers made a happy 60th anniversary Many thanks for the lovely cards, flowers, gifts, and calls, also thanks to Belinda Brown. You all made our 60th anniversary a happy one. God bless you. Gilbert and Josephine Eiler Minneapolis Three fitness events a result of work by many The Personal Actions To Health (PATH) project is a statewide effort to encourage physical fitness and improved nutrition among persons age 60 and older. The local PATH project kicked off the weekend of May 6-7 with three successful events: water exercise at the YMCA and the YWCA; fitness assessments at Central mall; and the wellness walk at Asbury Hospital. I would like to thank those who helped make these events fun and successful. Thanks go to Terry Johnson and Phil Curies at the YMCA and Kristi Kriegh, Barb Janssen and Beth Shearer at the YWCA for opening their pools for a free water exercise session. Special thanks to the hardworking team that organized and conducted the fitness assessments at Central Mall — Del Meier, Salina-Saline County Health Department; Sherrie Mahoney, Saline County Cooperative Extension; Janice Pankratz, Salina Parks & Recreation; Nancy Klostermeyer, RSVP/The Volunteer Center; Clyde Calhoun, Minority Outreach Task Force; Karen ' Fdr'ptch/p' ' After the party or the game Make Sure Your 16 Year Old Makes It Home! BRINKMAN'S Service Since 1930 Insurance Agency 80» Martin 827*1480 Petterson, Central Mall; Kansas Wesleyan students Keri Moore and Tim Vassion; Bethany College student David Horan; and Bill Powell. Thank you to Laurie Pitts at Asbury for linking its Strawberry Festival Wellness Walk with the PATH program. Thanks also to Gary Demuth, Dan England and Tom Dorsey of The Salina Journal and Dave Foor of KSAL Radio for their positive and helpful coverage of this event. The PATH project is a collaboration of many people and organizations. We'll be doing lots of things during the coming year to encourage healthy lifestyles through physical activity and improved nutrition. Tom Mulhern, Director Saline County Commission on Aging 245 N. Ninth Generous donations help support Birthright We wish to thank the women of Salina and of east-central Kansas who helped us with our fund drive for Birthright. Your names in support and your generous donations and neighborly concern help inform young women of the options available and give shelter and sustenance to many girls and women in need. A big thank you to all who contributed to this cause. Mothers for Life Jean Sheahon 504 E. Jewell Blanche Koetting 898 N. Simpson Road Lucy Jankord 2118 Norton Concern, well wishes welcomed by patient Special thanks to my family and many friends for their concern and well wishes during my stay at Asbury Hospital. The third floor nurses were great. Special thanks to Pastor Mai for his many visits and prayers. Ruth Larson 2125 Norton Appreciated thoughts, visits while in hospital I want to thank my friends, family and relatives for the flowers, cards and visits while in the hospital for my hip surgery and also for the phone calls, food and visits since I've come home. Can't thank Dr. Kruckemyer and Dr. Norris enough, as well as all the nurses and aides on 3- surgical. Everyone was great and the prayers offered on my behalf were greatly appreciated. Luella Base 316 N. Kansas Received good care in Asbury Hospital I wish to thank all the staff at Asbury Hospital and Dr. Seaton for the good care I received while in Asbury Hospital. __ Also, thanks for the prayers, ^ gifts, flowers, visits and cards of my family, relatives and friends. God bless you all. Frances Chizek 747 Manchester Bennington Link Club's program earned support The Bennington Link Club has begun a student recognition program at Bennington Grade School. The program recognizes students for citizenship, cooperation, improvement, good study habits and more. Area businesses and individuals have supported this program by donating items to be given to the students as prizes. The Link Club appreciates support from: Bayard's Cafe, Bennington Elevator, Bennington Post Office, Bennington State Bank, Dairy Queen, Eastside Oil, Linda and Brad Laude, The Pepper Pot, Petro 2, St. John's Hospital. Kelley Hulteen, Secretary Bennington Link Club 4409 N. Wasserman Way Rotary club supported youth soccer teams The players, parents and coaches of the Salina Thunder soccer teams wish to thank the Salina Rotary Club for its support. The U-14 boys team finished its spring season in fourth place at the TRYSA (Two Rivers Youth Soccer Association) tournament in Emporia May 6-7. They- competed with teams from Emporia, Topeka, Wichita" 1 and Overland Park. The U-12 boys will play an ex^ Continued to Page 16 Use Salina jewery yo reach 7 out or iu County. 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