The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 16, 2001 · Page 25
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 25

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 16, 2001
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2000 7 T SPOTLIGHT Beverly Peterson (right), director of the Martin Luther King Child Development Center, accepts a check for $8,000 from Judy Brengman and Chris Caywood of the Salina Sunrise Rotary Club. Rotary raises money for MLK center Members of the Salina Sunrise Rotary Club raised $8,000 to benefit the Martin Luther King Jr. Child Development Center. The proceeds came from the Mardi Gras Benefit Ball Feb. 17. The event included live music, gaming tables and an auction. The benefit was organized for the center by the morning Rotary Club, founded in 1999. The club plans to make the ball an annual event. The Sunrise Rotary Club has a history of assisting the Martin Luther King Center. Previous projects have included building repair, help in moving to the new facility, the purchase of playground equipment and helping with other needs. Proceeds from the Mardi Gras Ball will go toward playground equipment and general operations. The Sunrise Rotary Club meets every Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. at the Bicentennial Center. For more information about the event or the Rotary Club, call Judy Brengman, club president, at 826-7219. course. He learned to main- perform operator mainte- tain, prepare and load ammu- nance on prime movers, self- nition for firing; operate and. propelled Howitzers, and am- MILITARY FROM PAGE 6 tillery cannon crewmember advanced individual tra;ning Ewy Boarding Kennels "Warn HeartsforCold Noses" Don't LemvBVs Homo Alone Hfe tcant to visit ourfriendti ati •Cat Facilities •Indoor-Outdoor Kuiis •Individual Feedliii. rropMn •Hi- hdoiulAu (omlitioii"«l •SpaCionsPlay •uiilSumh r The family of Margaret "Maggie" Waddle wish to express our sincere thanks for all the cards, flowers, memorials, phone calls & food during the time of sickness & death. We also would like to thank the Doctors & Nurses at Salina Regional Health Center both Santa Fe & Penn Campus' for all the care & kindness given our mother during her stay. The kindness and thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. Charlie & Elaine Bruce, Tammy & Family Brad, Liz & Family & Christine Waddle ALIZUT WEFMND ^ ADULTS ^^^^ Saturday Wplus tax 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Sunday 8:00 a.m.'ll:00 a.m.mmm plus tax Our S. Bui/Planet Ave. indE. Crawford _ _ iaGationsDnU! Mcponajds l» SALINA , Ks munition vehicles; and perform crew maintenance and participate in organizational maintenance of weapons and related equipment. He also learned to establish and maintain radio and wire communications. Pigorsch is the son of Rolinda Pigorsch, Herington, and Bradley Pigorsch, Solomon. AIR FORCE: Air Force Airman Jared Jones has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, Jones studied the Air Force mission, organiza-. tion and customs and received special training in human relations. Airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Jones, a 1996 graduate of Salina Central High School, is the son of Douglas and Jacquelyn Jones and grandson of Jack and Patricia Sethman, all of Salina. MARINES: Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Ethan Noll, a 1999 graduate of Saint Johns Military School, Salina, was recently cited for outstanding service by being officially recognized by his commanding officer for superior performance. Noll received the recognition while assigned with the 3rd Battalion, 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. ARMY: Army National Guard Pvt. Jared Maginness has graduated from basic combat military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. During the training, Maginness received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid and Army history and traditions. Maginness is the son of Anna and stepson of William Powell, Solomon. Maginness is a 2000 graduate of Solomon High School. ARMY: Army 2nd Lt. Lau- j CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 Don't think you're a hero? She does. March o/Dimes* WalkAmerica Saving babies, togethei Call your local March of Dimes or visit 825-7476 EIT,D.D.S. J:>JETT, D.D.S. S.M JETT, D.D.S. J27-4401 Elmhurst Blvd. 1 he name of the game is to try to save as many of your teeth as possible. Even a badly decayed or abscessed tooth does not necessarily lead to an extraction. In the great majority of cases, root canal therapy can be used to relieve the problem and save the tooth. A tooth that has undergone root canal treatment is referred to as non vital, because the inside nourishment of the tooth will be gone, but it still has a source of blood and nerve supply from the tissues that attacli it to the socket, and that is very much alive. It can survive in this condition for many years and will remain in place as long as there is bone to hold it. In the back of the mouth, it can serve a critical function as a rear anchor for fixed bridge or a posterior support for a removable bridge. It can be the decisive factor in being able to eat almost anything comfortably or the constant agony of having to pick and choose. Those are important enough functions to be worth saving a tooth that is in trouble. New Patients Welcome

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