The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 23, 2001
Page 24
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY. APRIL 23. 2001 5 MMAAI AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 4 Guries will serve as program coordinator, and Laubhan will serve as class director. Selection is based on leadership, academic achievement and a dedication to community service. Students are selected for Blue Key through an application and interview process during the spring of their junior year. To be eligible, students must have a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and have displayed strong leadership qualities in their university activities. Among the annual events Blue Key sponsors are Blue Key Leadership Appreciation Day and a leadership conference for high school students. Blue Key members also help teach a freshman leadership class and help other campus organizations build or enhance leadership skills through the Peer Leadership Consulting Program. « • • KANSAS STATE: Local and area students have been inducted into Silver Key, Kansas State University's sophomore leadership honorary. They are Salinans Casey Hertzenberg, freshman in biology, and John O'Hara, freshman in business administration; and Edie Hall, Chapman, sophomore in pre- journalism and mass communications; and Joseph Larson, Galva, fireshman in mechanical engineering. Selection to Silver Key is made through an interview process open to first-year K- State students who have displayed high academic achievement and a commitment to community service. As Silver Key members, the students will be active in community service both on and off campus. On campus, members assist with K- State's All-University Open House and the Kansas Academic Decathlon. Off-campus projects include serving as hosts to Manhattan's Big Brothers Big Sisters program, fund-raising for the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, assisting with food drives for the Flint Hills Breadbasket and collecting litter along a stretch of U.S. Highway 24 through the state's Adopt-A- Highway program. « m m. KANSAS STATE; Jennifer Stuck, Abilene, a junior in elementary education at Kansas State University- Manhattan, has been inducted into Mortar Board, a national college senior honor society that recognizes outstanding achievement in scholarship, leadership and service. An initiation ceremony was April 1. # 0 # KANSAS WESLEYAN: Jenna Newcomer, Salina; Sarah Ingermanson, McPherson; and Brandon Martinez, Grapevine, Texas, are Presidential Award winners from Kansas Wes- NEWCOMER leyan University. The KWU Presidential Scholarship awards $6,000 per year ($4,500 for nonresi- dence hall students) to a limited number of high school seniors and transfer students with a grade-point average of at least 3.75 and an ACT composite score of 25 or SAT score of 1,140. These awards are renewable if the student demonstrates leadership abilities, maintains a cumulative grade-point average of 3.3 and completes 30 credit hours each year. Newcomer is a candidate for graduation from Shady Grove High School. She is a 12-year 4-H member, an Access TV volunteer and a Nature Camp director. She is also a Smoky Hill Museum docent and a member of the Week of the Young Child committee. She is the daughter of Dave and Ann Newcomer, Salina. Ingermanson is a candidate for graduation at McPherson High School. She is the daughter of Daryl and Carol Ingermanson of McPherson. Martinez is a candidate for graduation from Coffeyville Heritage High School, where he has been involved in Student Council, National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is the Sargent at Arms of Class Council. He is cofounder of Boys Bible Study and is a leader in Wednesday Nigh Live at Highland Meadows Christian Church. He is a member of the varsity football team and the varsity wrestling team. He is the son of Becky Knadle, Grapevine, Texas. # # # KANSAS WESLEYAN: Kenzie Kary, Salina; Gina Scott, Washington; and Haley Henderson, Ozawkie, each have received a Memorial Scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. In addition, Kary has been given a nursing award, Scott earned a computer science and accounting award, and Henderson received a volleyball award. Kary is a graduate of Hays High School. She is the daughter of Barb and Joe Leikam, Hays. Scott is a candidate for graduation from Washington High School, where she is vice president of the senior class and president of FC- CLA. She is also on the honor roll and the high honor roll. She is the daughter of Ronald and Christine Scott, Washington. Henderson is the daughter of Keith and Linda Henderson, Ozawkie. The KWU Memorial Scholarship awards $3,000 per year ($1,500 for nonresidence hall students) to high school seniors and transfer students E. Crawford Street Bistro & Cafe Chopped $£J95 Steak U Sunday Buffet Shrimp $1 /\50 Scampi JLXJ '. Customized Catering! Tues.-Sat. 11-2, 5-9 • Sunday 11-2 1200 E. Crawford • 827-2728 Having trouble getting around? You need a... Rascal... Electric scooters take you where you want to go. Used units starting at $995. Many to choose from. Contact John Cooper 785-546-2320 Sales & Service with a grade-point average of at least 3.0 and and ACT composite score of 20 or SAT score of 950. These awards are renewable with a maintained grade-point average of 3.0. KWU awards are need- based for students who show outstanding ability in academic departments or athletes. • • • KANSAS WESLEYAN: Krystal Largent, Midwest City, Okla., has been awarded the Eisenhower Scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. She also received a music award. Largent is a candidate for graduation from Midwest City High School, where she is the treasurer of FCCLA and a member of Students Assisting Students. She is the daughter of Kim and Doug Largent, Midwest City. m m m ART DISPLAY: Outstanding works of art by high school students from Salina and north-central Kansas were exhibited at Central Mall in the Eighth Annual Gerry Neustrom Young Artist Challenge, a program of the Salina Art Center in cooperation with the Neustrom family and Central Mall. The exhibition ended April 22. Out of 384 entries, 86 works in a variety of media were chosen by juror Carolyn Berry, artist and art instructor at Free State High School, Lawrence. Berry was also the Art Center's first educational program director. These works represented 63 students from 16 high schools. Student artists: Salina: St. John's Military School: George Norton, Mark Romberg and Michael Speelman. Salina South High School: Shelly Atteberry, Kristin Bastin, Marci Deuth, Ashley May, Sapphawadee Phukham, Juan Rodriguez, Brandon Waits and Amber Weems. Salina Central High School: Lori Ahlers, Janet Dusseau, Amanda Fairbanks, Brandon Norwood. Jordan Gray, Janie Hammerschmidt, Jessica Johnson, Eric Montoy, Megan Prothro, Kate Morgan, Alexander Schorn, Gina Toeniskoetter and James Werth. Belleville High School: Carl Novak. Beloit High School: Dwight Finney, Jessalee Kelley, Ross Montgomery and Dara Welch. Canton-Galva High School: Daisy Giesel, Aimee Helm, Shane Koehn and Justin Schmidt. Colby High School: Jodi Cranston and Brandon Stupka. CONTINUED ON PAGES Health Authorities Agree Surgery should be your last resort for back problems. ^^^^ CONStDER CHIROPRACTIC! The facts are that four out of five adults experience back pain at some point during their lives, and low back problems are the most frequent cause of disability in people under 45 years of age. However, the unfortunate truth also is that while there are an estimated half million surgical procedures done each year on the back, most are either not needed or are unsuccessful in overcoming the health problem. Thaf s why health authorities recommend you explore every option before consideiing surgery. In tHis respect, chiropractic care, which incorporates spinal manipulation, is recognized as a very effective method for treating back problems ... without harmful drugs or potentially dangerous surgery. A TRIAD HEALTHCARE. INC Advance Chiropractic Dr. James M. Vander Yacht D.C. 1333 W.Crawford Salina, KS 67401 (785) 823-1060

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