The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 18
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BB SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL To Travel orizon Tour 913-827-2292 913-823-9030 1-800-241- r St. Jo Frontier Casino Oct. 19th Only 115.00 per ptrion Free Lunch -1 Hour at German Festival plus 4 Hours of Gaming Fort Randall CatlnO! (Overnight) Nov. 15-16 $40.00 ptr coupl* (Kansas City) Oct. 98<h Only $15.00 p»r pcrien 5 Hours of Fun Council Bluffs Iowa: Nov. 19-90 $100.00 per ceuplt 3 free meals plus coupon books Stay at Harveys Hotel Cripple Creetf Colorado: <]fap/ Nov. 8-9-10 Only *119.50 p.p./d.o. 5 Free Meals plus Coupon Books Hurry & make your reservallonsll Not many seats left!! Triples/Quads are even less on most trips. Call HORIZON TOURS Todtyi 897-9999 or 893-3818 Out of Towm 1400-941-6699 We offer Gift Certificates year round. DICKINSON THEATRES MICHAEL DOUGLAS VAL KILMER PREY FOR THE HUNTERS THE GHOST AND THE DARKNESS Fri. (*4:45)-7:00-9:20 Sat. (*2:15-*4:45)-7:00-9:20 Sun.(*2:15-*4:45)-7:00 Mon.-Thurs. (*5:00)-7:20 ^ THE GLIMMER MAN Fri. ('4:50)-7:05-9:15 Sat.('2:20-'4:50)-7:05-9:15 Sun. ('2:20-'4:50)-7:05 Mon.-Thurs. ('5:05)-7i15 iEENA DAVIS SAMUEL L. JACKSON What's forgotten is not always gone. THE LONE KISS GOODNIGHT jSurtset/] Central Mall; Frl.-Sat. 7:15-9:35 Sun. 7:15 Mon.-Thura. 7:15 Fri. ('4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sat. (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sun. C2:00-'4:30)-7:00 Mon-Thura. C5:00)-7:30 ci«C/0 PICTURES Presents \'S*lp PICTURES Presents I Central Mall/ Frl.(*4:45) Sat.-Sun.C2:16-'4:45) Mon.-Thun. ('5:15) THE MIGHTY HUW& Frl.(M:35)-7:05-9:20 Sat. C2:05-*4:35)-7:05-9:20 Sun. C1:55-'4:00)-6:00 Mon.-Thurs. ('5:05)-7!20 [fSunset:.'] Central Mall. THE CHAMBER CHRIS O'DONNELL GENE . HACKMAN [ Fri. C4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sat C2:00-'4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sun. ('2:00-*4:30)-7:00 Mon.-Thura. ('5;00)-7:30 FIRST WIVES Fri. (*4:40)-7:10-9:20 Sat. ('2:10-*4:40)-7:10-9:20 Sun. (*2:10-*4:40)-7:10 Mon.-Thurs. ('5:10)-7:20 One of the best films this year "A brightly entertaining blend of humor and heartbreak!' ptitur travttrs, rottng ttone Central Mali x Fri. (*4:35)-7:05 - 8:25 Sat. ('2:05-'4:35)-7:05-9:25 Sun. ('2:05-*4:35)-7:05 Mon.-Thurs. (*S:05)-7:25 NA/o'vf gone world v^ide web! .i Nc-w L>ickiii>uii1l».-ul».-s I'oluy No cliildrun 1 yi £ ui.cji.-i UKJ olluwucj uuiiitoiixiir. ilii>wui u I'd 13 <4 K ruled MIOVK.-I u(t<. i 6:00 |».ni VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and Volunteer Center serves as a clearinghouse for volunteer opportunities in Salina. for more information on these, or other, opportunities call the Center at 823-3128. • Secretary takes minutes of board meeting and type up for review by agency. Time of meeting is 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., fourth Thursday of the month. • Home care includes light housekeeping, minor home repair and maintenance, tree and bush trimming, lawn mowing and garden work. Hours flexible. • Companionship/respite care to a senior or a individual physically or mentally challenged. Provide 1 to 2 hours of respite care enabling the caregiver to run errands. Hours flexible. • Volunteers label residents clothes. Stamping machine provided. Hours flexible. Would like to have project completed as soon as possible. • Interviewer conducts short interviews of persons with collection of historical items and records pertinent information. Interviews may be done by telephone between until Oct. 22. Training, including questions to ask, provided. • Drivers need for local and out- of-town medical appointments. Reimbursement for gas or car provided for out-of-town trips. • Reminiscence Group Leader facilitates discussion of topics of "yesteryears." Time (about 1 hour) and days to be arranged. • Deliver meals daily to homebound residents. It only takes an hour (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) each day to bring a hot meal to a waiting client. Rotating schedule would be every six weeks. • Office help needed about 10 hours a month for filing, copying, addressing envelopes and simple paperwork. Hours flexible. • Card player wanted to play bridge or poker with resident. Once or twice a month would bring a smile to the face of a card- playing friend. • Clerical help types, files and keeps a notebook current and in chronological order. Time requirement: one or two days a week; hours flexible but regular. • Sewers needed to sew blocks (pinned in rows) together for quilt tops. Can be done in your home or at the Senior Center. These quilts are then tied and given to persons in need. • Adult basic education tutor assists adult students in acquiring basic academic skills and work toward graduate equivalency diploma. Time requirement: four hours weekly, Monday through Thursday. • English as a second language tutor assists non-native English speakers in improving their English skills. Volunteer need not know other languages. Time requirement: four hours weekly, Monday through Thursday. • Bingo assistant assists local nursing home residents for one hour on Monday afternoons. • Tour guides and support team members assist in development of rare and endangered wildlife species conservation program. Call for next training time. Must be 16 years or older. • Computer mentors/buddies provide basic one-on-one orientation on IBM-compatible computers to families, then maintain periodic E-mail contact with family. Volunteer must have a modem and be users of SalNet (a free local service). Training orientation will PRUDENT TOURS December 2-9 Old Time Christmas $649 5-7 Kansas City Christmas $209 5-10 Christmas in Kentucky $479 12-14 Rockettes/Welk/Branson $279 27-1/9 Tournament of Roses $1,119 January 29-2/4 Yellowstone in Winter $619 February 4-14 Can. Winter Carnivals $779 22-3/10 Florida Coastlines $1,189 27-3/9 Caribbean Cruise $1,319 March 18-20 Sandhill Cranes/Platte River $189 18-24 House Boat Holiday $599 18-25 Texas Wildf lowers $549 20-25 Iceland Interlude $999 22-25 Glory of Easter/Crystal Cathedral $619 April 1-12 Southern Gardens $879 5-13 Cajun Country/New Orleans $629 11-26 Washington, DC/ NY City/Boston in Spring $1,139 14-30 Paraguay Adventure $1,959 21-27 Springtime in Kentucky $499 24-27 Spring Mystery Tour $329 24-27 Branson Music Extravaganza $369 26-5/8 Carolina Coastlines $979 May 6-10 Pella Tulips & more $349 8-10 Pella Tulips $189 15-21 Spring in the Smokies $529 Call for New Free Full Color Catalog 1-800-658-1734 108 N. Main, Hlllsboro, KS 316-947-2353 be provided for the mentor as well as the family. • Senior companion visits one- on-one, offering magazines, reading, playing cards or board games. Time requirement: 3 to 4 hours weekly. • Exercise leaders lead group exercises utilizing resistance bands. Training and bands provided. Group size, meeting times and locations to be determined. • Experienced clerical assistant types on computer, files and possible answers telephone. Time requirement: 1 to 2 mornings or afternoons weekly. • Clerical assistant helps draft, makes copies and distributes monthly calendar. Time requirement: last day of month and first day of next month. • Mentors provide role model, advice and encouragement to persons learning new skills and helps client be self-sufficient and independent. Time requirement: minimum of six months, hours flexible. • Spanish language interpreters assist in interviews of Spanish-speaking individuals. Could serve on an on-call basis or on scheduled basis in conjunction with basic office duties, such as answering phone, serving as receptionist, filing, transporting clients. Schedule arranged. • Receptionist answers telephone, some typing, etc. Time requirement: 1 to 4 p.m. afternoons. Volunteer can bring personal things to do. • Dining room assistant sets tables, serves meals, pour drinks, clears tables and assists residents with buttering bread, cutting meat, etc. and feeding or encouraging those who do not eat well. Time requirement: noon to 1 p.m. and 5 to 6 p.m. any day of the week. • Office assistants do photocopying, light typing, filing, answers phone, distributes materials around building and assembles information packets. Time requirement: 4 to 5 hours, any day(s) Monday through Friday. • Visitors needed for residents at several nursing homes, mornings or afternoons, any day(s). • Library assistants straighten books, "read" shelves and clean video tapes. Time requirement: Flexible hours and days, Monday through Friday. • Group organizer engages retirement center residents in volunteer activities. Schedule as arranged. • Activity assistant(s) assist bingo on Wednesday or help with group activities planned throu gh- out the month. Time depends on activity. • Telephone counselors receive phone calls in their homes, listen and refer callers to appropriate services, if indicated. Staff back-up always available. • Client intake volunteers interview potential clients, complete informational form and determine client eligibility by comparing information against guidelines. Time requirement: 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., one or more Monday evenings per month. • Mentors share skills with at- risk families, promoting positive parenting and supporting the children and parents in their growth. Inquire for additional details. • Retail persons unpack, price stock and display items, assist customers and run cash register. Time requirement: 21/2-hour shifts can be worked once a week or month. Week-end shifts needed. Teens welcome. • Telephone receptionists answer phone and take messages from 3 to 5 p.m., any days, Monday through Friday. Specials on all Hair & Nail Services Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday | Gift Certificates Available '825-8155 Academy at Hair Hours Mon.-Fri. 8:30-4:30 closed Sat. na Just 2/ S 19 S °(ori S 1O/ea. Salina Departure Pdrt Randall (November Departures) overnlohters: Nov. 16-17; Nov. 18-19; NOV. 23-24 Just Nov. 30-Dec. 1... Just CRUISE THE PANAMA CANAL ABOARD THE ROYAL PRINCESS February 11-22, 1997 PERSONALLY ESCORTED BY: KAY AND J.D. WILLIAM! PORTS OF CALL: San Juan, Puerto Rico St. Thomas, Virgin island', , _ Martinique • Grenada • Caracas, Venezuela • Curacao • Acapulco CALL TODAY FOR DETAILED BROCHURE Hays Travel/Prestige Tours (913) 628-2808 OM -800-423-3970 First United Methodist Church 122 North 8 th / Salina, KS 825-0228 presents Rev. Brian Bauknight October 20-22, 1996 Schedule of McAdams Spiritual Life Mission Sunday, October 20, 1996 - Services with Rev. Brian Bauknight preaching 8:30 am & 10:50 Worship - The Encouraging Word 6:00 pm Youth discussion with Brian 7:00 pm Worship & Praise Service - Standing on the Promises Fellowship & Refreshment time to follow Worship Monday, October 21,1996 7:00 am Prayer Breakfast at the Church • . 10:00 am Bible Study on the Story of Moses . ; 12:00 noon Brown bag lunch discussion. Right on the Money. 7:00 pm Worship & Praise Service - The Great Walk Rev. Brian Bauknight preaching Fellowship & Refreshment time to follow Worship Tuesday, October 22, 1996 . 7:00 am Prayer Breakfast 10:00 am Bible Study on the Story of Moses 7:00 pm Worship & Praise Service - More Than Chicken Soup Rev. Brian Bauknight preaching Fellowship & Refreshment time to follow Worship Nursery available at all events except Prayer breakfasts. Physical accessibility by using the south entrance and the elevator. Worship services in sanctuary. Breakfasts and brown bag lunch in East Fellowship Hall. 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