The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 15, 2001 · Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 2001 Grandmas / More needed FROM PAGE D1 vSBut Most said most of what gie grandparents do comes nat- ^ "Life has taught them so much," she said. "That's where the intergenerational thing really comes in. They know things you can't learn in a university or from in-service training." Kids and grandmas grow . Most said the children blossom under the attention showered on them by the grandmothers. And she's seen the grandmas blossom, too. "You can see them change," Most said. "They have a purpose now. They're over 60, and they're coming into their own. "You see such a change in their frame of mind. It breaks the mold of what society sees as aging. It shows they have so much to offer still." Lantz, or Grandma Tillie as she's called by the students, retired from her job as a licensed practical nurse and was spending most of her time at home, putting together jigsaw puzzles, when her sister told her "You can see them change. They have a purpose now. They're over 60, and they're coming into their own. You see such a change in their frame of mind." DeAnn Most Kansas Children's Service League Foster Grandparent Program coordinator about the program. "It's been good for me," she said. "It's gotten me out of the house. "I live in a trailer. It doesn't take that long to straighten your trailer up." Grandma Iva had monitored students on a school bus before suffering a heart attack in 1995 and undergoing bypass surgery She has seen her health improve since she started working with students. "This has really helped my legs," she said. "You walk the halls a lot. I don't just go out and walk, but this keeps me going. When I get home, I'm kind of tired." But no matter how tired she and Grandma Tillie are, BABIES Haley Madison Tiernan A daughter, Haley Madison, was born March 28, 2001, to Steve and Stephanie Tiernan of Tipton. Brother is Jacob Michael, 3. Grandparents are Kenneth and Joanne Brummer and Don and Virginia Montgomery, aU of Tipton; and Mike and Sherry Tiernan, Beloit. Jadyn Anne Zamecnik A daughter, Jadyn Anne, was born March 29,2001, to Salinans John and Sandra Zamecnik. Siblings are Trenton, 9, and Tanner, 5. Grandparents are Paul and Delores Blochlinger, Concordia, and Jim and Jan Zamecnik, Lucas. Great-grandparents are Vesta Conn of Randall and Helen Zamecnik of Lucas. Annie Juene Ewing A daughter, Annie Juene, was born March 31,2001, to Sali­ nans Steve and Tanya Ewing. Siblings are Emily 5, and Elena, 2V2. Grandparents are Glenn and Carolyn Roach, Bella Vista, Ark., and Eugene and Marian Ewing, McPherson. Great-grandparents are Ehner and Vera Nulf of Larned. Moriah Eva Budreau A daughter, Moriah Eva, was born March 22, 2001, to Sali­ nans Nick and Janet Budreau. Sisters are Nicole, 3, and Hannah, 18 months. Grandparents are John and Beth Duden, McPherson, and Eldon and Eva Budreau, Concordia. Great-grandmother is Evelyn Freeburn of McCook, Neb. Kayiee Rene Hansen A daughter, Kayiee Rene Hansen, was born March 19, 2001, to Steve and Melinda Hansen of Lindsborg. Siblings are Kirsten, 9, and Christian, 5. Grandparents are Mak and Marlene Brack of Great Bend and Gilbert and Carolyn Hansen of Lindsborg. Great-grandmother is Hazel Neel of Lincoln. CROSSWORD ANSWER BBQQ DQEI DQBEIS DCIQQ ElBDIDIiBDIOEl •••DD ••••BOBIIDIi ••DEIBODDIIEIISI DBD DISIBB QDDliB BBBQaS BBBB DQEIDCIB •••B BElDDIiCIIIBBflQQB ISDDQDDEl •sun QEHQElll BDIOIi BDIiBD BDISlEia DQEEI DDE! 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It's funded through the same source as the Retired Senior Volunteer Program and works closely with that program in recruiting foster grandparents. "They've opened a lot of doors for us," Most said. The school district was ecstatic to have the grandmothers, McNeal said, and quickly put them to work. "I put up a sheet at the beginning of the year, with the times they would be available and had teachers sign up," McNeal said. "It wasn't hard to fill up the slots. We could have used more." The federal program grant would fund about 50 foster grandparents ages 60 or older, but Most said only about two dozen are working in Salina, Andover, Hutchinson, Junction City and Pratt. "There's such a need for this everywhere," Most said. "It's a win-win program, bringing the generations together." • Reporter Sharon Montague can be reached at 823-6464, Ext. 129, or by e-mail at sjsmontague ©saljournalxom. 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