The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 26
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. APRIL 23, 2001 AT WORK FROM PAGE 6 physicians from around the country to enhance their knowledge base in providing primary care to adult patients. The conference highlighted a wide range of issues in adult medicine, including cardiology, dermatology, women's health, rheumatol­ ogy, endocrinology, infectious diseases and geriatrics. LANTZ PORTER BETHANY COLLEGE: Janet Lewandowski, the 2001 Kansas Teacher of the Year, visited the Bethany College campus March 29 to discuss the teaching profession. Lewandowski was joined by District Kansas Teachers of the Year Christal Lantz and Diana Porter. Lewandowski teaches fifth and sixth grade for the Maize School District. Lantz teaches kindergarten at Hageman Elementary in Salina. Porter taught fifth-grade at Happy Corner Elementary for the Ell-Saline School District when she received the teaching award and is now an assistant professor of education at Bethany College. District Teacher of the Year Katherine Hess, a chemistry and physics teacher from Minneapolis High School, was unable to attend. SALINE COUNTY: Norlan Winters, a heavy-equipment operator for the Saline County Road and Bridge Department, retired April 1. Winters started with the department May 1, 1971, as a dump truck driver. He worked as an equipment operator in several different areas, an asphalt foreman and in 1988 became a heavy equipment operator I. FIRST BANK: Melissa Bixby and Mindi Stoppel, First Bank Kansas, Salina, recently completed the 2001 School of Banking Fundamentals March 12-16 in Kearney, Neb. The School of Banking Fundamentals is sponsored by the Kansas and Nebraska Bankers Associations and is endorsed by the Colorado Bankers Association. Course content is designed to instruct students in core banking concepts. # # # SOCIAL WORK: Linda Everhart, Gypsum, participated on a national task force for Family Advocacy Network April 2-3 in Silver Spring, Md. Everhart and her husband, Ray, have been family advocates for Kansas EMS for Children for the past five years. The network encourages the philosophy of family- centered care as children's medical needs are being met by both ambulance services and emergency departments. The network also educates parents about family-centered care and how to work with the medical team. FOOD HANDLING: The Salina-Saline County Health Department conducted a food handling class April 12. Attending from K.C. Cafe were Tonya Bellamy, Jennifer Bettinger, Elisa Chavez, Tony Cobb, Steve Durant, Helen Jenkins, Lance Keller, Kalynn Kiuse, Linda LaPorte, Ngoc (Carla) Le, Corey Minear, Carl Nieman, Shane Price, Etta Purdham, James Reeves, Tasha Riley, Bob Schuster, Tori Trumpp, Ernest Turner Jr., Dennis Unruh, Shannon Werth and Michael Williams. MUSIC: Former Salinan Mark Tait, the lead singer of the country duo Dos Coyotes, has released a new CD. Tait and fellow band member Gene Smeed are based on Scottsdale, Ariz., and play what they describe as Mexican surf music. Their Web site is www.dos- coyotes.com. kostelsky and Arleen Browning. April 3: First: Isabel Buehler and Maxine Boyer; second: Dorothy Goering and Marge Sampson; third/fouryi: Mary Lee Arnold and Marty VanGundy and Phyllis Nicholson and Theresa Buechtel. Winners for April 9: First: Theresa Buechel and PhyUis Nicholson; second/third: Virginia Frederick and Marty VanGundy and Isabel Buehler and Marge Lederer. Winners for April 10: First: Mary Lee Arnold and Theresa Buechel; second: Mary Charlson and Grace Andreen; third: Marge Lederer and Phyllis Nicholson. MILITARY MARINES: Marine Corps Pvt. Scott Wilkie, son of Lynda Luther, Salina, and John Wilkie, Lincoln, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Wilkie successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. Wilkie and fellow recruits began their training at 5 a.m., by running three miles and performing calisthenics. In addition to the physical conditioning program, Wilkie spent numerous hours in classroom and field assignments, which included learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, marksmanship, hand- to-hand combat and assorted weapons training. They performed close-order drill and operated a small infantry unit AT PLAY DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Winners for April 2: First: Marge Lederer and Phyllis Nicholson; second/third: Maxine Boyer and Roy Wells and Lucy Za- Your ^ Hearing Aid could be this small! 827-8911 1-800-448-0215 EARINQ Healthcare Associates" 234 S. Santa Fe, Salina The Original Sunflower >^ Seed Cookies Slore 211 West Iron Open Tuesdiy-Fridijr 12-5, Satunky lQ-5 & Sunday 1-5 during field training. Wilkie and other recruits also received instruction on the Marine Corps' core values — honor, courage and commitment, and what the words mean in guiding personal and professional conduct. Wilkie and fellow recruits ended the training phase with The Crucible, a 54-hour team effort, problem-solving event, which culminated with a ceremony in which the recruits were presented the Marine Corps Emblem and were addressed as "Marines" for the first time since boot camp began. # ^ # MARINES: Marine Corps Pvt. Keith Day, son of Carlion Sondergard, Herington, and Ivan Day, Italy, Texas, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Day successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine re­ cruits both physically and mentally. Day and fellow recruits began their training at 5 a.m., by running three mUes and performing calisthenics. In addition to the physical conditioning program, Day spent numerous hours in classroom and field assignments which included learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, marksmanship, hand- to-hand combat and assorted weapons training. They performed close-order drill and operated a small infantry unit during field training. Day and other recruits also received instruction on the Marine Corps' core values — honor, courage and commitment, and what the words mean in guiding personal and professional conduct. Day and fellow recruits ended the training phase with The CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 Half of pregnancies are unexpected. (But that's not the real surprise.) It's that women can help reduce the risk of ceroin serious birth defects. Simply taice a multivitamin with folic add every day as part ofa healthy diet, whether or not you jp. plan on a visit from the stork. 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