The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 9, 2001 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 9, 2001
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2001 5 T SPOTLIGHT Leaders of the Sacred Heart Junior-Senior Higii School's charity auction were (from left) Clint and Joann Newton, Tim and Janet Linenberger and Cindy and Curtis Gilsdorf. The auction raised more than $130,000. ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 4 (785)-825-4812 to register. Transportation would be provided. All Masons and their wives will be invited to the event. LIONESS: The Salina Downtown Lioness met March 14 at Guttierez Restaurant. After a short business meeting, club President Jocelyn Palmer introduced Phyllis Anderson, director of community resources for the Occupational Center of Central Kansas. Anderson discussed the services of OCCK. Salina Lions Club members Dick Courter and Loren Harris were instrumental in the founding of OCCK. Anderson also talked about OCCK's transportation system, housing and other services. OCCK has over 15,000 pieces of specialized equipment that individuals may. borrow to see if it fits their needs, Anderson told the group. This equipment meets various needs of the disabled. The April meeting will be Guest Day at the home of Jocelyn Palmer. « ^ * ANILAS: Membership was the theme of the March meeting of Anilas chapter of American Business Women's Association. Guests were Pat Crickenberger, Joan Shirley and Gail Frazier. Business Associates night will be April 17 at Our Old House, Bennington. FARM CREDIT:Mark Seyfert, Ada, has been named to the Frontier Farm Credit's Kansas State University Student Board. This is the ninth year for the student board, a joint project between Frontier Farm Credit State University. This year the student board will be completing a case study "Planning for Success — Developing a Strategic Marketing Plan." The board presents a report of its activities to the Frontier Farm Credit board in April. The mission of the student board is to provide Kansas State University students with an educational experience in the functioning of a board of directors and agricultural finance. BETA SIGMA PHI: Delta Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority recently crowned SEYFERT and Kansas Marge Johnson as the chapter's Valentine Ball Queen. The Beta Sigma Phi Valentine Ball was Feb. 10 at the Salina Holidome Inn Holidome. The evening's festivities included a dinner/dance and queen crowning ceremony. Johnson was escorted by her husband, Dave, and received her crown ftom last year's reigning chapter queen, Pam Keller. Johnson has been in Delta Xi since 1998 when the chapter was formed, SALINA RENTAL: The new officers for the Salina Rental Property Providers are President Ben Frick, Vice President Ernie Cole, Secretary Erma Brown and Treasurer Katie Brubaker. Monthly meetings are the last Tuesdays at the Doral Room of the Phoenix, 100 N. Fifth. AMERICAN LEGION: The Leslie Kreps American Legion Auxiliary will be sponsoring seven girls to Sunflower Girls State June 3-B at Kansas University, Lawrence. Sunflower Girls State is a practical application of Americanism and good citizenship. It is a nonpartisan, npnpolitical program designed to teach American democracy. store 211 West Iron Open Tuesday-Friday 12-5, Saturday 10-5 & Sunday 1-5 The girls selected to attend are Meghan Blick, Deborah Evans, Lauren Hatfield, Tiffany Housos, Amy Jur- gensmeier, Jessica Jones and Cathy Ko. Meghan Blick, daughter of Mike and Ruth Blick, Salina, is a junior at Salina Central High BLICK School. Her school honors and awards include Honor Roll, Student of the Week, Class 5A debate champion, debate letter, forensics letter and thespian letter. She is on the swim, debate and forensics teams and is a thespian member. Blick is a member of Amnesty International; a Government Center team leader and has served as codi- rector of the debate tournament and director of forensics tournaments. She has served as crew chief for costume and publicity and has been a stage manager three times. Blick has cooked at the Salina Rescue Missidrf. She volunteered at the Silina Public Library and the hospital and has assisted with senior citizens Christmas parties. She has been a cast niember in many productions at t|ie Salina Community Theatre. She is also a member of her church youth group. Deborah Evans, daughter of Ewy Boarding Kennels 'WarmHeartsforColdNoses" ' Don't Leave Us Home Alone We want to vlsU our/riciute at Eieua! •Cat Pacjlitie.s •Indoor-Outdoor Rum. •Individual Feeding Program •Hcaf«dandAir Cii^ditiiiiifd •SiMfUIH" I 'ISJ Yrnds •Daycare - •uidMumbLr Partiesi' . 24 Hour Veterinary iiare Available 825-7555 555 E. North St. EVANS Judith Evans, Bennington, is a junior at Bennington High School. Evans is a National Honor Society member. She has been on the Principal's List honor roll three years, was Academic Decathlon Rookie of the Year in 1999, and received Emporia State Testing honorable mention in spelling. Evans has been a Quiz Bowl Team member, receiving a first at regional in 2000, third at regional in 2001 and fourth at state in 2001. She has participated in Science Olympiad, receiving second at regionals in Reach of the Stars in 1999 and second at regionals in Disease Detectives in 2001. Evans was a state forensics gold medalist in informative and oration in 2000. She has received school letters in band, flags, forensics, golf. National Honor Society and Quiz Bowl. She served her sophomore class as secretary-treasurer. CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 ALL FURNITURE ON SALB ^Tour Full Line [FURNITURE STORE! ^^/fi-5tor0 Financing^ F " BARRY S URNITURE S2r,-5707 • I 15 S. Ilroailwav. 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