The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 22, 2001 · Page 74
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 74

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, April 22, 2001
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Difference T Day Awards Want to Make A Difference next time? LET US HELP YOU Oct. 27 will be the 11th Make A Difference Day. It's not too early to start planning what you can do to be a part of the national event that Saturday. Attract people and publicity by registering, in the Make A Difference DAYtaBANK, opening June 1 at and hosted by Call 1-800-416-3824 for more information on planning a project. Again next April, 10 projects will receive $10,000 awards from Paul Newman and his food company, Newman's Own, to continue the good worl< begun on Make A Difference Day, Make A Difference Day took place in 1,400 classrooms through the Pizza Hut BOOK ITI reading program.These kids bought books with their share of $17,500 In prizes. In Step With national, global action • The United Nations has declai-ed 2001 the International Year of Volunteers. USA WEEKEND Mag- a2dne proudly serves on the U.S. committee overseeing this initiative to encourage and recognize volunteerism. Learn more at • Make A Difference Day is USA WEEKEND 'S continued commitment to America's Pi'omise, the mobilization to help youth that has been led by Gen. Colin Powell since it was launched in 1997 by President Clinton, (Jeorge Bush and Gerald Ford, with Nancy Reagan representing her husband. Behind the photographs USA WEEKEND again dispatched award-winning photographer Charles "Stretch" Ledford to capture the essence of the 10 Make A Difference Day national honorees. After 9,031 miles, 11 days and several lost bags and canceled flights, he shot his last image while hanging off the face of Hawaii's Diamond Head (above). He noted that his trip took him between separate worlds: sometimes geographic — on the Mexican border, the difference of a mile can mean affluence or poverty for a child — and sometimes psychological, like revisiting the doorway a homeless woman once called home. Get more Insight and photos in a travel journal at and Advisory board Naomi Judd, entertainer Collin Raye, country music artist Cristina show host Campus Outreach Opportunity League General Federation of Women's Clubs March of Dimes Foundation National 4-H Council Share Our Strength The Association of Junior Leagues International Inc. USA Harvest Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Volunteers of America Prominent participants Aid Association for Lutherans Altrusa International American Association of Retired Persons AmerlCorps Best Buy Big Brothers & Big Sisters of America Boy Scouts Boys & Girls Clubs of America Camp Fire Boys & Girls Capitol Records/Nashville Catholic Family Life Insurance Chase Manhattan Citizens Scholarship Foundation of America Delta Sigma Pi ERA Realty Farm Aid First Book Girl Scouts Golden Key National Honor Society Goodwill Industries Habitat for Humanity International J.C. Penney KaBoom! Keep America Beautiful Kiwanis Kmart Knights of Columbus League of Latin American Citizens LensCrafters Lutheran Brotherhood Miss America Organization National Fraternal Congress of America Pizza Hut/BOOKITl Retired Senior Volunteer Program Salvation Army Slovene National Benefit Society Special Olympics State Farm Insurance Students In Free Enterprise Telephone Pioneers of America U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Navy United Way of America VISTA World SHARE This Issue was reported by Terry Byrne, Jeff Custer, Patty Edmonds, Meg Farrage, Diane Glanelli, Sandy Graham, Laura Greenspan, Jeanlne Herbst, Patricia Kime, Kathleen Phalen, Alex Smith and Jeanne Wright. Editors: Pamela Brown, Chris Martin and Brenda Turner. The Wit & Wisdom page returns next week with "Frame Games"and a "Don't Know Much About" quljj^ 18 USA WEEKEND • April 20-22,2001 '

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