The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1986 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal Sunday, January 26,1986 Page 14 What's happening Here's a list of upcoming activities in the Salina area: Seminar for parents set "The Parent Connection," a 12-week seminar for parents of adolescents, will be from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Mondays beginning Feb. 3 at the Salina Youth Care Foundation, 157 S. 10th. Youth Care staff will discuss problem solving, interacting and developing relationships with others. Topics will include discipline, sexuality, hygiene, nutrition, dating, budgeting, adolescent norms and substance abuse. For more information or to register, call 8275830. Diabetic foot problems Care of the feet for persons with diabetes will be discussed by Dr. Blase Syvilla, podiatrist, at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 in the Asbury Hospital cafeteria. The event is sponsored by the Salina Chapter of the American Diabetes Association Kansas Affiliate Inc. Conference set for women COLBY — The theme for the Sixth Northwest Kansas Women's Connection Feb. 8 at Colby Community College will be "Invest in Yourself." The event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women of Colby and Goodland. Workshops are planned on finances for the woman alone, pay equity, stress, family law, Social Security, dressing for success, active citizenship, parenting, alternative lifestyles and special diets for special people. The guest speaker is Jean Yancy, 71, of Yancy Associates Inc. of Denver. Yancy, a small business consultant and nationally known lecturer, will discuss "Women and the Future — Meeting the Challenge," and will conduct a workshop on "Balancing Your Life: Coping With Guilt." She will be assisted during the workshop by Jo Bourn, a career consultant with Jo Bourn Associates of Denver. Advance registrations of $15, or $5 for high school and college students, should be sent to Marilyn Greathouse, 565 Valley Drive, Colby, Kan., 67701 by Friday. Registration is $17 from 8:30 to 9 a.m. on the day of the conference. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. Single parents get support SOLOMON — A support group for career development for single parents will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday nights at Solomon High School room 212. All single parents in Unified School District 393 are invited to attend. The program will assist single parents in developing skills in employment, job survival and self-concept. Mileage and babysitters will be paid while parents attend meetings. For more information, contact Betty King at SHS, 6552551. Cystic fibrosis meeting The Cystic Fibrosis planning committee will have the first public meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Sunflower room of St. John's Hospital, 139 N. Perm. Board members from the Cystic Fibrosis chapter of Wichita will attend. No reservations are necessary; all interested persons are welcome. Homemakers to gather Tuesday Kipp EHU, 10 a.m. meeting, Elaine Gillmore, Rt. 1, Gypsum. Saturday Centennial Sisters Unit, 6:30 p.m. meeting, Brookville Hotel. Tailoring classes planned will teach a microwave cooking workshop Jan. 28 and 30 in room 109 of the City-County Building. Sessions will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 5:30 to 8:30p.m. The workshop is designed for new microwave owners, for those who need more knowledge in microwave cooking and meal management, and for those who would like to know more about microwave cookery before purchasing a microwave. Pre-register at the Extension office, 300 W. Ash, 827-3651. Class size is limited to not less than 15 nor more than 25. Cost of the class is $5 for groceries. Red Cross CPR at YWCA CRP and CRP re-certification will be offered from 6 to 10 p.m. Jan. 28 and 30 at the YWCA for those who wish to learn CPR or renew their CPR. Eight hours are the Red Cross requirements for certification. The fee of $7 covers the cost of the materials needed for the class. Register at the YWCA or call Jean Drees, 825-4626, for more information. No membership is required. * * * A children's homemade Valentine contest will be from Feb. 1 to 13 at the YWCA where the Valentines will be displayed in the lobby. Children will be divided into two groups, ages 3 to 6 and 7 to 10. Any material may be used but the Valentine must be no larger than 12x12 inches. Each entry must be accompanied by a name, address, age and phone number on the back of the Valentine. Prizes will be awarded for originality, use of color and best use of a variety of materials. Judging will be on Feb. 14; contestants need not be present to win. * * * Other activities at the YWCA include: Babysitting instruction, 9 a.m. to noon, Saturdays, Feb 1 and Feb. 8, lor ages 10 and up. Fee: $5. Super Sitter certificate awarded upon completion of class requirements. Ceramics, 1 to 2:30 p.m. or 6:30 to 8 p.m. Mondays, Feb. 3 and 17. Fee: $18 for member, $23 for non-member. Class provides the knowledge needed in cleaning, glazing, staining and firing greenware. The YWCA kiln is available at studio rates. Nursing program planned LINDSBORG — "The Pneumonias" is the title of a nursing education program set for 12:30 or 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lindsborg Community Hospital. Lecturer is Jacque Dunning, RT, clinical resource manager, Respiratory Care, St. Joseph Medical Center, Wichita. The lecture is part of the Mobile Continuing Education Program of the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Two contact hour credits, required by the Kansas State Board of Nursing for relicensure of registered and licensed practical nurses, will be awarded. There is a $7.50 charge for outside attendance. Contact Lesa Bray, RN, education coordinator, Lindsborg Community Hospital, for additional information. Medical seminar set McPHERSON — "Office Orthopedics" is the seminar title for physicians, MICTs and allied health professionals from 10 counties at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 at McPherson Memorial Hospital. Program lecturer is David McQueen, M.D., clinical assistant professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, and a specialist in orthopedic surgery. Category I credit will be provided for physicians and two hours of continuing education credit has been approved by the Board of Healing Arts for Podiatrists. The seminar is part of the McPherson Seminar Series which provides continuing education to area health professionals in Dickinson, Ellsworth, Geary, Harvey, Marion, McPherson, Morris, Reno, Rice and Saline counties. Smokers Anonymous, 7 p.m. meeting, 901 Sheridan. GFWC Twentieth Century City Federation, 12:30 p.m. luncheon, Elmore dining room. Program: "Women in Government" by Sydney Soderberg, city commissioner. Hostesses: Round Table. Leslie Kreps Post 62 of the American Legion, 1 p.m. fun day, Post home. Noontime Serenity Al-Anon, 12:15 p.m. meeting, Christ Episcopal Cathedral, 138 S. Eighth, room 9. For more information, call 827-4433. Serenity Al-Anon Group, 7 p.m. beginners' meeting; 8 p.m. regular meeting, Rolling Hills Congregational Church, 2026 Starlight. Salina Chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc., 7:30 p.m. meeting, the Belmont Boulevard Christian Church, 2508 Belmont. Visitors welcome. Salina Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:15 p.m. registration, Red Coach West. Overeaters Anonymous, 9 a.m. meeting, white house behind Trade Winds Motel, 1700 N. Ninth. Alateen, 3:05 to 4 p.m. meeting, South Junior High School. For more information, call a school counselor, 827-4403. New Beginnings Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 12:05 p.m. meeting, 205 E. South. Serenity Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m. meeting, Max and Norton. Morning Al-Anon, 9:30 a.m. meeting, 205 E. South. Leslie Kreps Post 62 of the American Legion, 1 p.m. fun day, Post home, 142 S. Seventh. Sunset Kiwanis of Salina, 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting, Red Coach Inn. Creative Arts Study Group of AAUW, 1:15 p.m. meeting, Reva Ferguson, 2601 E. Craw ford, Apt. 602. Soroptimist Club of Salina, 6:30 p.m. meeting, Elmore party room. Program by John Ryberg, Salina Chamber of Commerce. Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Jane McMurray, 101 Fair dale. Programs: "Polar Region" and "Down Under" by Debrah Pestinger and Jane McMurray. Co-hostess: Brenda Cornelius. Past Presidents of Lady Elks, 7:30 p.m. meeting, Faith Hronek, 131 S. Penn. Senior citizens stay active Leisure Years Center Monday — 9 to 11 a.m., Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA); 9:30 a.m., Young at Heart exercises; 10:15 p.m.,RSVP Chorus; 11:45 a.m., fellowship; 1 to 3:30 p.m., VITA. Tuesday — 9 a.m., wood workshop; 10 to 11 a.m., Creative Writing I; 10:30 a.m., Yoga; 11:45 a.m., fellowship; 1 to 5 p.m., SRC sponsored activity. Wednesday — 9:30 a.m., Young at Heart exercises; 9:30 a.m., Bridge club; 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., VITA; 10 a.m., crafts; 11:45 a.m., fellow ship; 12:45 a.m., bingo; 2 p.m., square dance lessons. Thursday — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wood workshop; 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., RSVP sewing circle; 10:30 a.m., Bible study; 10:30 a.m., Yoga; 11:45 a.m., fellowship; 1:30 p.m., Meals on Wheels volunteer recognition tea. Friday — 9:30 a.m., Young at Heart exercises; 10:30 a.m., Yoga; 11:45 a.m., fellowship; 1 to 5 p.m., SRC sponsored activity. A hot lunch is served at noon daily at Leisure Years Center. Make meal and transportation reservations by 4 p.m. the day before you plan to attend by calling 827-7525. To cancel transportation reservations, call before 8:30 a.m. the day of the event; to cancel meal reservations, call anytime during the morning. Bus pickup is at 8:30 and 10 a.m. Take-home is at 1 p.m. and after the scheduled afternoon activity ends. The Saline County Extension Service will be offering a four week workshop on "Simplified Tailoring" from 1 to 3 p.m. or 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5, 12, 19 and 25 in City-County Building room 109. The workshop, conducted by Mary Lou Odle, Extension home economist, will cover simplified methods for constructing a jacket. Pre-enrollment is required by contacting the Saline County Extension office at 300 W. Ash. The fee is $5. Microwave workshop Sherrie Mahoney, Extension home economist, Clubs schedule meetings Monday Salina Miniature Guild, 7 p.m. meeting, 512 W. Wilson. Call 827-0500 for more information. Golden Years Club, 6 p.m. covered dish dinner and dance, Leisure Years Center. Askelon Commandry No. 6 Knights Templar, 7:30 p.m. stated meeting, Masonic Temple. Staccato Notes Music Club, 1 p.m. meeting, Treva Schurr, 503 Camden Drive. Program: Founder's Day. SRC Agenda Salina Recreation Commission offers a free exercise program, designed for senior citizens, at 2 p.m. Wednesdays in room 105 of Memorial Hall, Ninth and Ash. Karen Patterson is the certified instructor. No registration is required. For transportation, call the SRC office, 823-9141, by 10 a.m. * * * SRC sponsors activities from 1 to 5 p.m. today, Tuesday and Friday at the Leisure Years Center. For transportation and reservations, call 823-9141 by 10 a.m. the day of the event. Exercise is family entertainment If you own a bird you no longer want, we'll give your feathered friend a beautiful home. We accept all sizes and kinds of birds. Give us a call at 825-6739. ^^^^^^™" •pPf*-"-'*" •-•"•"•-"•'•*, •pP^"**"' ••• - '-IWJpyk Make the ieces tit Diet Center Helps You Solve the Weight-Control Puzzle Because losing weight is only half the battle. The other half is keeping it off for the rest of your life. At Diet Center, we believe you need to lose weight only once. Not once in a while, but once and for all. 322 W. Cloud 823-7207 Call today and find out how easy solving the weight-control puzzle can be. , DIET .CENTER, Hours: Mon.-Fri. .7:00 am-12:30 & 2:30 pm-S:30 pm Saturday 9 am to noon 901 W. Crawford 827-3601 605 E. Crawford Specials Good Sun., Mon. & Tues. PEPSI, PEPSI FREE, MT. DEW Reg. or Diet $ 2 Liter $O19 12-120z. Cans W Grade A WHOLE FRYERS 48 0 Lb. Limit 3 Ice Packed, Never Frozen Kraft MAC & CHEESE DINNER 71/4 QZ. 39 Kraft MIRACLE WHIP 32 Oz. $•] 59 Iceberg LETTUCE $400 3 $4 Heads I L By The Journal's Wire Services Family participation can provide the encouragement you each need to make a lasting commitment to fitness. Together, you can set individual fitness goals, make plans to reach them, and, ultimately, help each other stick with the program. A well-planned and balanced program will let each family member • pursue individual exercise as well as •join in group activities. (If you are -not accustomed to vigorous exercise or are seriously overweight, you -should check with a physician before ! starting any fitness program.) For a practical approach to family fitness, read these suggestions from Better Homes and Gardens. • Remember a balanced fitness program aims for total wellness. That means you should emphasize good nutrition, stress management, adequate rest and weight control as well as exercise. • Start a family fitness log. In it, list each individual's goal, plus the family's goals. Losing weight, reducing the risk of heart disease, conditioning for a competitive sport, alleviating emotional stress, feeling and looking better, improving family relations and even just having a good time are all goals you might set. As you work into your fitness program, record progress toward those goals in your log. • Keep a separate page in the log for each family member's statistics. Note starting weight and resting heart rate, and update those statistics each week. If losing fat is a goal, measure waist and hips each week, too. (A skinfold caliper is an excellent, easy-to-use tool for measuring body fat.) • Chart each person's heart rate two minutes after finishing a workout. As your fitness improves, your heart will recover from work and return to its resting rate faster. • Work into your fitness program gradually to reduce the chance of sore muscles and injury. For example, if you are beginning a running program, alternate jogging and walking each block or so, gradually eliminating the walk. Work out only 20 minutes per session at first. For the first few weeks, keep your heart rate closer to 70 than 85 percent of the maximum rate. • Win the cooperation of the entire family from the start. Select activities together that everyone can enjoy or at least try to do. Encourage everyone in the family to be flexible and to participate in each other's favorite sport or exercise activity. • Join a family fitness center or a Y. Get advice from the professionals on the staff. (Ideally, professionals should have degrees in physical ed- ucation, exercise science or sports medicine.) Even when you go as a family, you can each choose your own exercise. • Let each family member be your fitness leader for a week, choosing the week's activities with the approval of the others. Keep track of leaders and activities in your fitness log. • Vary activities so no one gets bored. Swimming, bicycling, jogging, canoeing, backpacking, cross- country skiing, skating, aerobic dancing and vigorous walking all provide excellent exercise. Brisk walking is safer and more comfortable than jogging. It's especially good exercise for those who are older, have been sedentary, or have muscle or joint problems. • Ask an experienced person to show you what to do and how to do it the first time you try an activity. Check with the staff at a community education or recreation department, Y, fitness center or sporting goods store for advice on where to take lessons from a trained instructor. • Consider setting up a home exercise center in the spare room, basement or garage. Talk with fitness experts and visit several sporting goods or department stores to get id jas on equipment to include in your exercise area. • Think of fitness as family en- tertainment. Instead of going to a movie, for instance, head to the Y or fitness center, or make hiking and picnicking a daylong event. • Choose activities and times during the day that are convenient for all. It's too easy to skip sessions that require much traveling or getting up far earlier than everyone is used to. • Set specific days each week for your activities. Most people work out on alternate days or three times a week. It's best not to work out more than five or six times a week. The chance of injury is greater with a higher frequency of workouts. • To help prevent soreness later, include a warm-up and cool-down time in each workout. During the warm-up, stretch, do light calisthenics, then ease into the most strenuous exercise. Cool down by slowing gradually, and stretch out when you finish exercising. • Remember that children need vigorous activity as much as adults do. Healthy kids should have at least 15 to 30 minutes of continuous physical activity daily, but youngsters are more vulnerable than adults, both physically and emotionally. Don't force a child to compete or to specialize in one sport too early. Instead, involve children in activities in which they can participate. 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