The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 9, 2001 · Page 25
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PHE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2001 7 T SPOTLIGHT Salinan Brittany Arpke (right), Saiina, and Josiiua IVIatlacIf, iUlinneapolis, (second from riglit), recently served as pages for Sen. Pete Brungardt, R-Salina, in Topeka. They were joined by Hutchinson students Andrew Holmes (left), and Connor Bridge. They are pictured with Sen. Brungardt and Gov. Bill Graves. ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 6 cle banquet for state winners, attended Discovery Days and won area and regional Kansas Award Application in entomology and wildlife. She has been a delegate to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, a Citizenship Washington Focus delegate and attended the Kansas City five-state regional leadership conference. She has been state fair assistant in photography; participated in life skills and photography judging and her photo was picked in the top 20 at the state fair. As a member of the Saline County Interactive Leaders, Hatfield has held offices of secretary, reporter, committee chair and committee Digitally Programmable High member. She participated as a delegate for the Wisconsin Exchange and Pennsylvania Exchange. She went on the trip to South Dakota and hosted the Pennsylvania delegation. Hatfield has been crew leader at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico and on other outdoor events in South Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado. She volunteered at the Smoky Hill River Festival, worked the Saiina Noon Optimist Club concession at the Bicentennial Center since she was 12 years old to raise money for youth activities in Saline County. She volunteers for community service projects for 4-H on the county, state and national levels and helps with fund raising projects for her school and 4- H Club. She participates in collecting and sorting food at the food bank and helped plant trees and clean up city parks. Well always bethere foryc JsAay the, jo^r? of Easter be with you all year. Tiffany H o u s o s , daughter of Theodore and Sherry Housos is a junior at Bennington High School. Her school honors and awards include HOUSOS the Principal's List honor roll and selection for inclusion in "Who's Who Among High School Students in 2000." Housos has been a member of the pep band, marching band and flag team, all-school musical, concert band, show choir and the all-school play. She has received letters from her school in pep band, flag corps and has been a forensics letterman two years. She received a I rating in 2000 at the State Forensics Festival in extemporaneous speaking and a I rating in 1999 and 2000 at State Forensics Festival in serious solo. At the state vo­ cal contest, she earned a I rating in 2000. As a participant in Science " Olympiad, Housos received a ( silver medal in Bio-Process lukh and two gold medals in Surtin' The Net in 1999. She I jiks I been a member of the I kca^emic Decathlon Team in 1 1^99 land 2000 and was select- 1 ed as State Rookie of the Year ' in 1999. She was a Quiz Bowl member. : Among her many activities riavp been volleyball, basket- bali; and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Housos has served as a counselor at vacation Bible school. She participated- in the EMT/Fire Department Emergency Drill in 2000 and was co-coordinator of Expres- so Yourself in 19,99 and 2000. Jessica Jones, daugh-; ter of Patti D'Albini, Sali-^ na, and Kelly Jones, Gladstone, Mo., is a . junior at Salir. na South High . y -^j -g School. Jones .'^''^f has been on her ;Hii ;n'school high honor roll the' pa^ three years. She has beeh-SRenais- sance Gold Card HoldteJ-Jsince 1996 and was pickei ^i -.^anais- sance Student of the Week in February, 2001. " She has lettered in ^^l^ate, and qualified for state, receiv^ed sixth at the National Forensics League National Qualifying Tournament in 2000. She was on the Varsity Team of the Year in 2000. Jones has been active in forensics, qualifying for state- She received 10th in extemporaneous speaking at state in 2000. She attended Kansas Wesleyan Humanities Festival two years, receiving third in French poetry recitation in 2000. She has attended the Fort Hays State Math Relays. Her music accomplishments have 2737 Belmont 823-5129 www.shelterln5urancc.com Worker's Special! $4.00 PER RIDE $3.50 Senior Citizens 785-813-1507 included being a member of the Sensations Select Choir, Junior Varsity Choir and the Varsity Chorus. She was a member of the District III Honor Chorus Regional Ensemble two years and lettered in chorus one year. Jones preforms with the Peppers Dance Squad. She has participated in cross country, was on the 1-70 League championship team in 1998 and lettered. She was the basketball team manager 1998-2000 and has been involved in swimming since 1994 with the Sunflower State Sharks, Saiina Aquatics Club, and has been a varsity letter winner. Jones served her community as an Aids Quilt monitor. She was volunteer coordinator for the Smoky Hill River Festival children's area and a general worker at the Smoky Hill River Festival. She has helped with Santa Fe Days as an area worker. She has helped the March of Dimes with their Gourmet Chefs Auction and as Name Data Base organizer. As an AMBUCS volunteer, she built floats for the Christmas and Santa Fe Day parades and helped with highway cleanup. Jones has served as a tutor at the Sunset Elementary School After School Program and is involved in the seminar program at Saiina South High School. She is secretary of the site council. She also sings in her church choir. Amy Jurgensmeyer, daughter of ( Charles and Kris Jurgensmeyer, Bennington, is a junior at Bennington High ,,,B„cMeMCVCB School. 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