The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 30, 1996 · Page 19
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1996 5 The next meeting will be Oct. . . ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 4 families and Nelson families were removed by family members respectively. Community members joined in to help prune trees, shrubs, pull weeds and clean up trash. The cemetery received a real face-lift. There is a need of removal of the small building on the grounds. If anyone is interested, please contact the board. ABWA: Salina Charter Chapter ABWA met Sept. 11 at Salina Regional Medical Health Center Penn Campus with Emma Doherty presiding. The program was given by Lois Kepple and Phyllis Cline on their trip to Alaska. They were part of a 25-member mission team originated at a Baptist Church in McPherson. They showed slides on the progress of their job, replacing a roof on a church. The team ranged in ages from 16 to 76 years old. They were told the materials were $6,000 and estimated the labor to have been $30,000. Kelly Boss, a student from Kansas Wesleyan University, was awarded a Stephen Button Memorial Education Fund Scholarship of $1,200. The next meeting will be Oct. 9 at the Penn Campus with the Chapter party combined with Business Associate Night and enrollment event party. 21. SUNNY VALLEY: Sunny Valley 4-H Club officers elected at the Sept. 5 meeting at Trinity United Methodist Church include: President: Collin Delker; vicepresident: Lauren Hatfield; secretary: Ashley May; treasurer: Heather Baumberger; council representatives: Thomas Hatfield, Collin Delker, Heather Baumberger and Caleb Garten; reporter: Connie Duffey; historian: Sarah Fast; photographer: John Jordan; song leaders: James Jordan and Nate May; recreation leaders: Kelsey Delker and Nate Gilbert; ceremony leaders: Jennifer Roe and Cory Flanders; jr. president: Caleb Garten; jr. vice-president: Kristi Roe; jr. secretary: Danielle Budreau; jr. treasurer: Jennifer Budreau. . . John Jordan gave a talk to the club on completing record books. The Fall Kick-Off Party will be Oct. 19. The puppet team would be performing at the State Fair Showcase on Sept. 8. The families of the month were the Jordans and the Hat- fields. Roll call was answered by 22 members telling their favorite cartoon character. There were also eight leaders and three guests present. Kelsey led the club in singing "Apples & Bananas." The members voted to pay $3 per leader for those who wished to go to the Leader Recognition Banquet. The next meeting will be on Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. at the church. The new officers will be installed at that meeting. Several new club members will also be installed. SALINE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSISTANTS: The Saline County Medical Assistants met Sept. 16 at the Penn Campus of the Salina Regional Medical Center. There were 29 members and three guests present for the dinner and first meeting of the 1996-97 year. Dr. William Kossow and Dr. Dan. E. Wilson gave a talk on rehabilitation and physical medicine. The field of physical medicine and rehabilitation began in the 1930s and was granted a specialty of medicine in 1947 by the Board of Medical Specialties. There is a 12-bed rehab unit at the Santa Fe Campus for inpatient care. The physiatrist, therapist, nurses and clergy form the team which works with the patients in this unit. There is also out-patient care for pain management and follow-up care which consists mostly of patients who are recovering from a stroke. During the business meeting, forms from Salina Cares Clinic were distributed to the members who are interested in volunteering to help with the clinic. Personal items are to be brought to the next meeting to be given to the Salina Food Bank. Claire Rice was the winner of the door prize. GYPSUM VALLEY: The September meeting of the Gypsum Valley 4H Club was held Sept. 2 at the Gypsum Baptist Church. Election of officers was held and the following officers were elected: President, Jamie Torske; vice- president, Katie O'Connor; secretary, Emily Stein; treasurer, Tammy Verhoeff; reporter, Erica Stein; historian, Denae Boyd; council representatives, Jamie Torske, Katie O'Connor, Kayla Karber and Justin Verhoeff; recreation leaders, Clancy O'Connor and Laura Reed; song leaders, Haylie Colby and April Torske; parliamentarian, Diane Haynes; jr. vicepresident, Jamie Pierson; jr. secretary, Erin Boyd; jr. treasurer, Stephanie Haynes; jr. reporter, Ryan Un- ruh; jr. historian, Janie Verhoeff; jr. parliamentarian, Ashley Unruh; club leaders, Lisa Hemme, Lois Show and Mary Boyd. Three new members were installed into the club: Cassie McDowell, Colby Douglas, and Ashley Russell. Members are to sell Lion's barbecue tickets and get the money turned back into Lisa. The Lion's BBQ is on Oct. 5 and everyone is encouraged to help clean tables that evening. Oct. 5 is the Assaria Pride Celebration. Oct. 19 is the Gypsum OctoberFest. The theme for the parade is "Rekindling the Olympic Spirit." Members will have a float in the parade. Everyone in the foods project is asked to bring a cake for the cake walk in the evening. The 4H Club is selling pop during the barbecue, and anyone that can help was asked to do so. The first craft meeting will be held on Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Kipp Community Room. UNION PACIFIC EMPLOYEE CLUB: The Union Pacific Employee Club No. 32 meeting was Sept. 5 at the Union Pacific Depot. The evening started off with a pot luck supper. Many of the fund-raisers in progress were discussed. The next meeting will be at the Depot, 400 N. 13th St., Salina, at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 3. The meeting will follow the pot luck supper. Please bring your own place settings and an appetite. Any current or past employees of Union Pacific are welcome and urged to attend. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY COALITION: The North Central Kansas Business and Industry Coalition had a Fall Kick-off Picnic on Sept. 5 at the Concordia City Park. NCKBIC celebrated matching the Blosser Challenge. Funds were provided by the Charles and Isabell Blosser Foundation to Cloud County Community College for the continued activities of NCKBIC and the enhancement of the NCKBIC Resource Library. The meal was catered by Duis Meats and Subway Foods. Speakers included Curt Gen- earux with the North Central Kansas Educational Service Center's school to work programs, Dr. Maureen Toll with Cloud County Community College's school to work programs and Joann Freeborn (State Representative for the area). Kristy Mikesell, Director of NCKBIC, Shoes ^ Clothing 7 Equipment CONNECTION Division of US A, Inc. Easy Access § Location On 3 South Ohio- Shop & Compare Salina Price & Quality Just South of the Stop Light on Cloud & Ohio. 1915 S. 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