B MONDAY, APRIL 9. 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL SPOTLIGHT m Oliiiilli Twelve members of Peggy Simms Show Troupe recently returned from New York City where they participated in dance worl(shops conducted by Broadway veterans. Dancers received instruction in the Fosse style of dance from Justin Ross, whose credits include the Broadway productions of "A Chorus Line'f and "Pippin." They also were taught by Larry Post, who has worked for the Houston Ballet and on the Broadway show "Kiss of the Spider Woman," and by Rhonda Miller. IVIemb^/^ attended Broadway shows and the New York University production of "Guys and Doll?":with former troupe member Rachel Wedel, who was a dancer in the show. Troupe mem.b^r$ on the trip were captains Mison MIze and Erin Debold, and Melanie Vidricksen, Amy Buyse, Angle Allen, Lindsay Hartman, Lindsey Brake, Erin Engellend, Scott Waters, Carly Burger, Jessica McBride and Samantha Shirack. ORGANIZATIONS years '^ritf was selected as a Hugh p ''firien Leadership delegate for $outh High School her sophomore year. Hatfield has been selected to Who's Who Among American High School Students and was a TWIST delegate in 1999. She lettered in band and served as a drum major. She also attended FROM PAGE 5 Her school activities include all-school play; forensics; golf team; pep, concert, and summer band; Quiz Bowl; Science Olympiad; Show Choir; yearbook staff member; and photographer and scorekeeper for the high school basketball games. ' Evans has helped with Earth Day cleanup in Bennington, Christmas caroling with Show Choir and helped prepare Christmas dinner at Kenwood Hall in 1998. She had volunteered at the Smoky HUl River Festival and performed flag routines in parades at Salina and Minneapolis. Evans has also tutored other students and was a TWIST participant. Lauren Hatfield, daughter of Roger and Susan Hatfield, Salina, is a junior at Salina South High School. She has been a Renais- „._„,_, _ sance Gold HATHELD Card holder three years, received academic letters two Hdalth Authorities Agree 1 It never hurts to get a second opinion. CONSIDER CHIROPRACTIC! Why continue to suffer vdthout exploring alternatives? Lf you have a health problem that is not responding successfully to traditional methods of health care, you owe it to yourself to get a second opiruon. Since there are many pieces to the puzzle of health, it is wise to utilize whatever form of health care is best for the condition. Delay only allows the problem to become worse. Latest research has overwhelmingly validated the effectiveness of chiropractic care in alleviating pain and treating many types of health disorders. TRIAD HEALTHCARE. INC Advance Chiropractic Dr. James M. Vander Yacht D.C. 1333 W.Crawford Salina, KS 67401 (785) 823-1060 the band trip to Florida. Hatfield participated in flute choir at regional and state, in Advanced Treble Chorus and and the Varsity Chorus. She has been in one-act plays and served as stage manager. She has participated in, managed and lettered in cross country, was a member of the freshman basketball teams and junior varsity softball. She served in a one-day internship at the City-County Building for careers and was selected to participate in Junior Leadership Salina. Hatfield is a 10-year member of the Sunny Valley 4-H Club. She served as president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, parliamentarian, song leader, recreation leader and ceremony leader of her club. She has been entomology leader, council representative, gavel games committee member and helped with the junior gavel games team. Her 4-H projects have included citizenship, leadership, photography, public speaking, clothing, cooking, arts and crafts, cultural arts. wildlife and dogs. Hatfield was the 1999 Tri-Rivers Fair queen. She has served as Saline County 4-H ambassador, served as Rock Springs Camp counselor, attended 4-H Discovery Days at K-State and received nine levels of achievement pins. She has been both reserve champion and grand champion in clothing. She has received the County Kansas award application championship in wildlife, entomology and clothing and county award application awards in leadership, citizenship, clothing, foods, arts and crafts and cultural arts. She has served as a committee chairwoman for 4-H promotion and home economics development, served as a County Council committee member, served as assistant fair superintendent and hosted the LABO exchanged student from Japan. On the state and national levels, Hatfield has been a State Wildlife Award winner, honored at the Emerald Cir- CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 THANK YOU! Thanks to all my volunteers and supporters, and to the voters in the USD 305 District. Political Advertisement paid for by Gary Denning for USD 305 School Board, DeannaTalboH, treasurer.
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