The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 30, 1996 · Page 21
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30; 1996 7 -. ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 6 The following people were nominated for delegate positions: Max Redding, Shari Caywood, Claudia Sykes, Greg Sykes, Ben Vidricksen, Maria Peterson, Skip McAlexander, Pat McAlexander, Clarke Sanders, Marilyn Hill, Del Hill, Chuck Heaton, Geena Kejr, and Delmar Sidener. June Constable moved that nominations cease; Tom Arpke seconded. Motion carried unanimously. The following people were nominated for alternate positions: Beth Arpke, Tom Arpke, Jolene Funk, Lana Heaton, John Reynolds, Carol D'Albini, Darrell Wilson, LaDonna Redding, Jodi Swanson, Clark Bowker, Carol Wilson, David Peterson, Mary Liby, Fr. Richard Hatfield, Brenda O'Gorman, and Candise Leonard-Schmidling. June Constable moved that nominations cease; Darrell Wilson seconded. Motion carried unanimously. The following candidates were present and reported on their campaigns for the upcoming election: Deane Allen, Doug Forsberg, Glen Kochanowski, Deena Horst, Joe Kejr, Carol Beggs, Ben Vidrickson, and Scott Hill. Chair Randy Duncan discussed the planned opening of Republican Headquarters at the Graves company office at 537 N. Ninth right after Labor Day. Anyone interested in volunteering to help staff the office should contact Randy Duncan as soon as possible. The subject of changing our bank account from Sunflower Bank was discussed at length. It was suggested that the treasurer contact several different banking institutions to find out the different fee structures, interest paid, etc., so that comparisons could be made. It was agreed for the treasurer to switch our account accordingly. Linda Smith, president of the Saline County Republican Women's Club, announced that their fundraiser this year will be the sale of a cookbook. Please call and give her your favorite recipes. The club is also hosting the State Convention this year. Mike White invited all candidates or anyone interested to the Ell-Saline Labor Day Parade. There being no further business to come before the meeting, the same was adjourned. KANSAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY: The Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Industry Board of Directors, at its quarterly meeting held in Overland Park, Sept. 4, elected new officers and directors. The new board members officially take office Oct. 1, 1996. One-third of KCCFs 66 elected directors are replaced annually. In addition to the new directors and officers, an executive committee is elected. Jim McDonald, president, Scott Specialties Inc., Belleville, was elected senior vice chairman. New board members included: Ed Henry, CEO, Twin Valley Developmental Services, Inc., Greenleaf; Frank Meyer, president, Custom Metal Fabricators, Herington; and Bill Oetinger, president, Oetinger-Lloyd Construction Company, Clay Center. onnie's Place NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH FALL HOURS Mondays 3:00 pm - 2:00 am Tues.-Sun. 10:30 am - 2:00 am Entertainment V Menu Monday Night Football 8 Ball Tournament Band "Just Kidding" 9:00 -1:00 No Cover Charge Serving Mexican Food Lunchllam-2pmj Dinner 5 - ? SALE ENDS TODAY* On All Silk Flowers & Silk Arrangements MISCELLANEOUS 'JMLEalso 2450 South 9th Mid-State Mall (913) 823-9191 TCI of KANSAS: TCI of Kansas is pleased to announce the 1996-97 winner of our "Most Spirited School" award is Sacred Heart High School. Citizens were asked to nominate the Salina school of their choice, from elementary through high school, as the "Most Spirited School" in the community. Entries required an essay of 50 words or less and an accompanying photograph. Sacred Heart High School was the overwhelming choice with dozens of essays and photos from students, parents and supporters expressing their pride and enthusiasm. Debra Rogan, TCI Media Services, along with Peggy Piper of Coldwell Banker-Antrim, Piper, Wenger Realtors and Jack Hagmeier of Midwest TV & Appliance presented the school with a traveling trophy (TCI plans this as an annual event), and a $200 cash donation to Sacred Heart High School. Other sponsors unable to attend were Marshall Motors and Shooters Bar & Grill. 4H CLUBS: Knowing a good photograph from a mediocre snapshot requires skill. About 150 young people recently tested their skills during the state 4-H Photo Judging Competition at the 1996 Kansas State Fair, giving thumbs up or down to a selection of photographs. Students judged photos in six categories: black and white, still life, patterns, people, flags and cats. 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