The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 16, 2001 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 16, 2001
Page 23
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY. APRIL 16. 2000 5 T SPOTLIGHT Cub Scouts of Pack 29 who received their Arrow of Light awards are (from Crossing over from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts were Kyle Glaser (left) and Dru left) Kyle Glaser, Quint Hall, Alex Parker, Jordan Young and Dru Rivas-Mar- Rivas-IMartin. Parents and adult leaders are (from left) Karen and Russell Glaser, tin. Den leaders are Lisa Parker (left) and Stephanie Young. Troop 214 Assistant Scoutmaster Jim Johnson and Gerald Rivas-IWartin. Cubs earn Arrow of Light, cross over into Boy Scouts Five members of Cub Scout Pack 29 of Meadowlark Elementary School received their Arrow of Light awards and two crossed over into Boy Scouts. Earning the Arrow of Light, the highest honor in Cub Scouts, were Beaver We- belos Den members Kyle Glaser, son of Russell and Karen Glaser; Quint Hall, son of James and Brigid Hall; Alex Parker, son of Monty and Lisa Parker; Dru Rivas-Martin, son of Gerald and Emilia Rivas-Martin; and Jordan Young, son of Joe and Stephanie Young. Jim Johnson, assistant scoutmaster of Troop 214, helped with the crossover ceremony for Kyle Glaser and Dru Rivas-Martin. Den Leaders Stephanie Young and Lisa Parker were awarded plaques for their years of service to Pack 29 and the Beaver Den. Others received awards from Awards Chairwoman Wendy Backes. Beaver Den Kyle Glaser earned communicating and weather pins and craftsman and engineer badges. Alex Parker earned the handyman badge. Lightning Den Joel Cranmer, Andy Knak, David Reid, and Levi Winkelman earned engineer, fitness and readyman badges. Gabriel Grant earned engineer and ready- man badges. Curtis Peacock earned engineer, readyman and bobcat badges. Den 3 Danny Backes, Sander Bryan, Blake Lundgrin, John Oerter, Sam Stuewe, Colin Weis and Chris Young earned chess and geography belt loops. Den 1 Spencer Griffin, Clay Koochel, Michael O'Donnell, Garrett Sager, Jake Thompson and Cody Yost earned chess belt loops. Den 5 Jacob Blackwell, Dylan Grammer, Kevin Knak, Stephen Lamer and Collin McCall earned bowling belt loops. Den 6 Aaron Davis earned the citizenship belt loop. Elias Grant earned citizenship and computer belt loops. Spencer Ingermanson earned art and citizenship belt loops. Luke Johnson earned the computer belt loop. Tom Marietta earned citizenship, computer and bowling belt loops. Cody Russell earned computer, chess, baseball, bicycling, bowling and fishing belt loops. Logan Shetlar earned citizenship, computer and bowling belt loops. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 4 Seventh-grade math: first, Jantzen Ward, Wilson; second, Jared Rees, Lincoln; third. Heath Dohrman, Quivira Heights; and fourth, Jessica Winkel, Glen Elder. Eighth-grade math: first, Ren Stange, Downs; second, Jorgen Larsen, Tescott; third (tie), Laura HoUoway, Lincoln, and Stephanie Dlabal, Wilson; and fourth (tie), Darah Dohrman, Quivira Heights, and Dana Aumick, Bennington. SALINA SOUTH: The Salina South High School foren- sics team placed second in sweeps at a recent tournament in Junction City. Members who qualified for state are Jeremiah Grider, second in extemperous speaking; Trevor Crowder, Jiu- morous interpretation; Kelly Wood, second in dramatic in- CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 Recently Educated in New York & Las Vegas Ask Me For A Free Hearing Tesf ^aUDIBEL Hearing Aids HealthCam Associates' 827-8911 1-800448-0215 AlanGrigsby 234 S. Santa Fe 26 Years Experience • Salina, KS •COUPON"" "i •• "i M ^ JIM'S PHARMACY I 582 S. Ohio, Salina | Prescription Coupon ! ONE I DOLLAR OFF i 827-4114 1-800-794-2698 Limit one coupon | Not valid for Non-presc or Co-Payment of MICOUPONMI Tiffany & Sandra New York Reba & Sara Las Vegas APRIL SPECIAL 25% Off Color Care Package 25% Off Conditioning Treatments the hsip lort 1330 W. Crawford • (785) 827-2306

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