The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 16, 2001 · Page 24
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B MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2000 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 terpretation; Kelly Wood second in prose reading; and Trevor Crowder, first in prose reading. Those who qualified for the state festival include Lysa Long, third in dramatic interpretation; David Gleason, fifth in prose; and Pam Rock, fourth in prose. Also placing were Flo Plas- saras, fifth in informative speaking, and David Gleason, sixth in extemporaneous speaking. ORGANIZATIONS CUB SCOUTS: Dr. Tom Cure of Salina Veterinary Hospital was the featured speaker at Pack 20's March Pack meeting. Cure discussed the selection, care and health of pets and the veterinary profession. Cubs received pamphlets on dog and cat care. Webelo Andrew Koerperich and Bears Patrick Klenda and Kellen Wom- ochil won the track game. In other business, 58 Cubs received awards. Tigers: Jacob Vandervoort received a tiger paw and two den beads; Brittan Smith earned his tiger paw and two den beads and seven family beads. From Den 1: Taylor Smith, Tommy Reed, Phillip Mahoney, Norman Kasper, Alex Gershon, Teddy Augustine and Steven Wortman earned wolf; and Taylor Smith, Tommy Reed and Steven Wortman each earned a gold and silver arrowpoint. Den 2: Brandon Keller, Kellen Womochil, Garret Lust, Ryan Bonilla, Gavin Hanson and Michael Hauschel earned bear. Keller earned a gold arrow- point and a silver arrowpoint. Hanson earned one gold and two silver arrowpoints. Den 3 Cubs advancing to bear are Jon Schoel, Zach Littell, Drew Maxwell and James Reed. Littell and Maxwell both earned a gold arrowpoint. Webelos Nicholas Pahls, Matthew Pahls and Derek Fritz earned the citizen activity pin and Andrew Koerperich earned his last compass point. Koerperich was al­ so awarded the Fifteener Award for completing 15 we­ belos activity pins. Cubs earning belt loops were Teddy Augustine, basketball and physical fitness; Garrett Lust, baseball, bicycling, bowling, computer, golf and tennis; Michael Hauschel, archery, computer, marbles, science and skating; Brandon Keller, table tennis; Neal Krajicek, computer; James Reed, bicycling, skiing and table tennis; Tommy Reed, gymastics, skiing and table tennis; Jon Schoel, art and baseball; and Brittan Smith, golf and music. The pack also collected rugs, towels, blankets and animal toys for the Saline County Animal Shelter. LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD: Christ the King Lutheran Church, Salina, recently received $450 from Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal , benefit society, through the Society's Congregational Matching Funds program. Lutheran Brotherhood matched the amount the congregation raised. Christ the King will use the funds it raised and the matching funds from Lutheran Brotherhood to support the youth group attending the national youth gathering in New Orleans. BUSINESS WOMEN: The Salina Charter Chapter of American Business Women met March 14 at Western Siz- zlin'. The featured speaker was Sandy Keotkemeyer, who works at the Kansas Department of Transportation as a secretary. She was accompanied by her husband, Wayne, and her guide dog, Trudy. She told about her work and explained the magnification sys­ tem she has that enlarges print and makes it easy for her to use the computer. Keotkemeyer was born with optic atrophy, a heredity disease. President Joyce Marrs previewed the April ABWA meeting, including a Fox Theatre tour. BOY SCOUTS: A Boy Scout court of honor for Eagle Scout Michael Robinson, son of Steve and Vicki Robinson, was March 4 at University United Methodist Church. Robinson began his Scouting career in ROBINSON September 1993 as a Cub Scout in Pack 29 at Meadowlark Ridge Elementary School. He earned bobcat, wolf, bear and webelos ranks and earned numerous silver and gold arrow points, belt loops, pins and all 20 webelos activity badges. Robinson earned the God and Me and God and Family Methodist religious awards. He also earned the Arrow of Light, the highest award in Cub Scouting. Robinson joined Boy Scout Troop 214, sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church, in March 1997. He was inducted into Order of the Arrow and became a warrior in the tribe of Golden Eagle at Camp Hansen. Robinson held numerous leadership positions and earned 50 merit badges. He attended Camp Hansen at Lake Kirwin, Ben Delatour Scout Ranch in Colorado and the High Adven­ ture Sailing Camp in the Florida Keys. This summer he will attend the National Boy Scout Jamboree in Virginia and a Current River canoe trip in Missouri. For his eagle service project, he designed, organized, supervised and participated in the landscaping of the lawn at University United Methodist Church. His project was named the Memorial Prayer Garden because it was funded by memorials made to the church. The project was completed Oct. 1, 2000. Robinson passed his eagle board of review Nov. 16, 2000. He earned a bronze palm on Feb. 19, 2001, which was also presented to him at his court of honor. ^ ^ ^ 4 -H NEWS: The Smoky View 4 -H Club met March 21 at Salemsborg Lutheran Church. Nickolas Carlson gave a demonstration about how to make puppy chow for people. He provided the people puppy chow for refreshments. Andy Peterson led the game fruit basket upset. Brandon Carlson led the group in song with a version of "IfYou're Happy and You Know it Clap Your Hands." Parliamentarian Darous Alton explained a quorum is the number of members that need to be present in order to hold a business meeting. Karla Pihl handed out the ribbons to club members who participated in 4-H Day. She also announced a photography camp and the need to get ready for junior camp. The next meeting will be April 16 in the Soderstrom Elementary School cafeteria. It will be an exchange meeting with the Smoky Valley 4-H Club. E. Crawford Street Bistro & Cafe Salmon $ JQ50 Sunday Buffet 11-2 ChickenFried $^50 Steak f Customized Catering! Tues.-Sat. 11-2, 5-9 • Sunday 11-2 1200 E. Crawford • 827-2728 MILITARY ARMY: Army Pvt. Brandon Pigorsch has graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. The training included completion of basic military training and advanced individual training. The basic trainee received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid and Army history and traditions. During the training, Pigorsch completed the field ar- CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 All FURNITURE ON SALE ^^mir Full Line [FURNITURE STORI ^^^In-Sfore Financing F " BARRY S URNITURE H2">-r>7(»7 • 1 (T) ,S. Iti((inh\ii.\. S:illiui Muti.- Tri. *t::itMi:0» • Sjii. )):;J()-r,:()0 r SALINA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Don't miss out on these wonderful items ^ and a great opportunity to help your community! All proceeds to benefit a Salina family in need of decent affordable housing. ^ , • Playhouses • Outdoor Furniture • Birdhouses • Croquet Set • Sculptures • Paintings • Pots • Clothing • Trellis • Sundial • Bells • Lawn Mower • Victorian Candlesticks • Needlepoint • Many Unusual Items! Items on display throughout Central Mall Mail sealed bids to: Salina Habitat, PC Box 3583, Salina, KS 674O2 ^S03 -f SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH Central Mall, Salina • 1-3 p.m. In Sears Court For more information call 785-823-9331

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