The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 10, 2001 · Page 8
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B2 TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2001 GREAT PLAINS THE SAUNA JOURNAL A Look Ahead 10 Tuesday • EVENT: Salina Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast with U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts. 7:30 a.m., Development Center, 120 W. Ash. (202) 224-4774. • FUND-RAISER: Salina Regional Health Center Service Auxiliary Spring Benefit, "In Your Easter Bonnet: A Fashion Review of Hats" staged in cooperation with Fashion Museum of Abilene. Luncheon show, 11:30 a.m.-l p.m.; dinner show, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Salina Country Club. 452-6159 or 4527541. • POETRY: Salina Arts and Humanities Commission 2001 Spring Poetry Reading Series featuring Andrea Hollander Budy 7:30 p.m.. Capers Cafe and Bakery, 109 N. Santa Fe. $2.50 at the door. 826-7410. • PROGRAM: "How to Incorporate Theme Gardens" by Gus van der Hoeven, professor emeritus of horticulture, Kansas State University. 7 p.m.. Carver Center, 315 N. Second. 8275086. • PROGRAM: Ethics Discussion Series Part 3, "Literature as a means for generating discussion on making the right moral choices" by Salina writer Lori Brack. 7-8:30 p.m.. Room 370, Pioneer Hall, Kansas Wesleyan University Sponsored by Unitarian Uni- versaiist Fellowship of Salina. 8251922. • PUBLIC MEETING: Business Improvement District 1 board. 3:30 p.m., 114AS. Seventh. 825-0535. • PUBLIC MEETING: Salina Human Relations Commission. 7:30 p.m.. Room 107B, City-County Building. 8262240. • PUBLIC MEETING: Building Codes Advisory and Appeals. 4 p.m.. Room 107, City-County Building. 309-5735. • PUBLIC MEETING: Saline County Commission. 11 a.m.. Room 107, City- County Building. 309-5825. • PUBLIC MEETING: Salina School Board. 5 p.m., district office, 1511 Gypsum. 826-4700. • PUBLIC MEETING: Eil-Saline School Board. 7 p.m., 1757 N. Halstead. 827-1121. • PUBLIC MEETING: Salina Housing Authority public hearing on the 2002 Annual Plan. 2 p.m., 469 S. Fifth. 827-0441. • LINDSBORG: Messiah Festival Soloists Recital. 7:30 p.m., Presser Hail, Bethany College. (785) 227-3311. 11 Wednesday • DANCE: Jolly Mixers, High Rise playing. 8-11 p.m.. Moose Lodge. No smoking or drinking. 827-7870. • MUSIC: Open Jam Night. King of Clubs, 1056 E. Pacific. No Cover. • LINDSBORG: Bach dress rehearsal. 7:30 p.m., Presser Hail, Bethany College. (785) 227-3311. Listing Events Items for the Calendar of Events should be sent at least two weeks in advance to: Calendar of Events, The Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Be sure to include name, address and telephone number. Fund-raiser Deadline nears for United Way golf event Monday is the deadline for reKistering for the 40-person Fore United Way Golf Marathon on April 27. The event will challenge golfers to complete three ronnds of golf in 10 hours at the Elks Country Club. The marathon will consist of a two-player scramble with two players per cart and four players per hole. Entry fee is .$100 per person, and participants must have at least $100 in pledges. The event starts at 7 a.m. with registration and breakfast, followed by a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Lunch, snacks and dinner will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to participants for the amount of money raised and their skill level. P ool S ervice S pa S ervice W ater C hemistry Pool's Plus of Salina 823-POOL • 2501 Market Place Fettle's 341 Center ^mowers Floivers For All Occasions. www.ltcl.(-oin/|)fiItlc8n<iwers 715-825- Digitally Programmable I High A /\hEARiNq HcnIlhCnie Assachilcs' 827-8911 1-800-448-0215 234 S. Sama Iv .Salina Money raised from the tournament will be used to help fund children's programs sup-ported by the United Way For more information, call the Salina Area United Way at 827-1312. Concert SELBY Mark Selby to play Friday in Abilene ABILENE — Mark Selby will return Friday to Abilene to perform for the Blue Moon Concert Series. Selby, a favorite local performer who was the first performer in the series and has played at the Smoky Hill River Festival, has found success as a songwriter, session musician and touring musician. Formerly of Hays and now living in Nashville, Tenn., his song "There's Your Trouble" earned a Grammy Award in 1998 for the Dixie Chicks. His current CD, "More Storms Comin'," also has received good reviews. The concert begins at 8 p.m. at the Abilene Country Club. Tickets cost $12, and the concert is a nonsmoking event. Tickets can be purchased at Shockey and Landes Furniture, Abilene, Crossroad Music, 437 N. Ohio, or by calling the Arts Council of Dickinson County at (785) 263-1884 afternoons or 263-4755 evenings. A buffet dinner will be served from 6 to 8 p.m. at the club. To make reservations, call 263-3811. The price of the buffet is not included in the concert ticket. From Staff Reports School finance topic of meeting By Harris News Service LOGAN — Western Kansas residents will have a chance to learn more about school finance this week when a representative from the Kansas Association of School Boards travels to the region Wednesday. Pat Baker, head legal counsel for the state association, will conduct a public forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Logan school auditorium. Baker said she will tailor her remarks to fit the specific problems and strengths of education in rural Kansas. Baker and other association staff members have been touring the state recently in an effort to gear up support for school finance proposals. Half of pregnancies are unexpected. (But that's not the real surprise.) It's that women can help reduce the risk of certain serious birth defects. Simply take a multivitamin with folic acid every day as part of a healthy diet, whether or not you i, plan on a visit from the stork. For more information, contact the March of Dimes at 1-888-MODIMES or www.modimes.org 1.^ March o/Dimes' 825-7476 T SALINA SCHOOL BOARD Early childhood topic of report Group calls for expanding programs, adding new services By Tine Salina Journal A team that has formulated ways to improve early childhood education in Salina will present its recommendations at today's Salina School Board meeting. Among the suggestions are expansion of several childhood programs, more space for those programs, a new Family Resource Center, a community awareness campaign and child care services at Salina high schools. The Creating the Future Priority Action Team vvas formed a year ago to come up with recommendations for early childhood education and teacher recruitment and retention. The team is suggesting that funding for its recommendations come from various grants and organizations, including city and county taxes, United Way, Heartland Programs and Salina Regional Health Center. Mary Andersen, a Creating the Future member, will present the recommendations at today's board meeting at 5 p.m. at the district office, 1511 Gypsum. She said it wasn't necessarily the team's responsibility to find resources but to suggest them. T LEGISLATURE "I understand (city/county sales tax) has a lot of implications for the whole community," Andersen said. "When the community knows the need, this community does support quality education. Spending money to prevent damaging behaviors always proves to be cost effective." Repairs and renovations Also today, the board will discuss repairs and renovations not included in the current bond-issue construction, including reroofing Hageman Elementary School, 409 W. Cloud, the Education Center and Roosevelt-Lincoln Middle School, 210 W. Mulberry; air conditioning some classrooms, replacing bleachers at Salina South High School, remodeling student bathrooms at Kennedy Preschools, 700 Jupiter, and replacing carpet in Little House Adult Learning Center, 119 E. Mulberry The board also will be asked to approve: • $1.24 million in construction services for Central High School. • A 2001-2002 budget for the Salina Area Technical School of $2.44 million, a 2 percent increase over the 2000-2001 budget. • The 2001-2002 school calendar, which begins Aug. 23 and ends May 30. Graves signs bills to Stop mad cow disease Governor also signs bill that creates new day for Arbor Day By The Associated Press TOPEKA — Gov. Bill Graves has signed into law legislation dealing with promoting buffalos, preventing mad cow disease and celebrating trees. One new law will designate the last Friday in April as Arbor Day and directs the governor to issue a proclamation celebrating it. The holiday is now the last Friday in March, but supporters of the bill say it's often too cold until April to plant trees — the traditional way of celebrating. A second law will'give the secretary of agriculture more authority to seize contaminated animal feed and fine merchants who sell the contami­ nated feed. Supporters say the bill will help the state prevent an outbreak of mad cow disease, which often starts with contaminated feed. A third law will limit an individual's liability for injuries if that person owns buffalo, emus, ostriches, giraffes or camels. The "buffalo bill" is meant to promote state tourism by providing more legal protection to people wishing to showcase the animals for visitors. All three new laws take effect July 1. The governor's office announced the signings Monday 2001 Spring Poetry Reading Series Tuesday Evenings Andrea Hollander Budy April 10 7 :30 p.m. Capers Caf (6 and Bakery 109 N. Santa Fe $2.50 Admission sponsored by the Salina Arts & Humanities Commission and the Salina Public Library. ''HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU REALLY TO RETIRE?' ANNUITIES. MUTUAL FUNDS, LIFE INSURANCE AND A PLAN. Charles Carter & Associates Charles Carter 804 E. Crawford Salina, KS 67401 785-825-4241 >qilstate. riNANCIAl. Un.ol'lNliiiM.llTTllU.ll YEN CHING Chinese Restsaurant DELIVERY 823-1685 Dine In & Carryout 540 S. Broadway •823>2089 Yiiot Come On Over! We'll Buy Out Any Competitors Contract! CELliJlAROHE- Dealer Steve (Y)YNOT WIRELESS Store Hours : Mon.-Fri. 9 - 6, Sat. 9 -1 128 N. Santa Fe / SALINA, KS 67401 / 785-823-5225 CHRIST CATHEDRAL EPISCOPAL Maundy Thursday- 7:00 p.m. Good Friday-12:30 p.m. Holy Saturday - 7:00 p.m. Easter Sunday-10:00 a.m. 138 S. 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