The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 16
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2' MQNPAYrOPTOBER 14," 1996 THE SALlNA'JOURNALr About Neighbors Items for publication in Neighbors can be submitted in writing and must include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Please limit submissions to 100 words. Exceptions can be made for listings, such as honor rolls. Also, please allow two to three weeks for publication. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to: The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Items can also be faxed to 913-827-6363. Thank you notes may also be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising department. There will be a charge for thank yous. If you have any questions about the Neighbors section, please call (913) 823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363, ext. 127. SPOTLIG'AT' WALK-N-ROLL FOR THE HEARTLAND: The Second Annual Walk-n-Roll for the Heartland took place Sept. 28 in Salina. The 5K and 10K walk was organized by a committee of the Heartland AIDS Task Force to raise funds for individuals infected with HIV/AIDS. Forty-five walkers participated in the event and raised $4,400 in pledge donations. Proceeds from the walk will be used for preventative and educational programming and to provide limited financial assistance to persons with HIV/AIDS for non- covered medications (i.e. pain medications, anti-depressants) and other emergency situations in which no other source of payment is available. Walk-n-Roll Planning Committee members include: Marcia Bulleigh, Bea Shepek, Margie Bruner, David Pilcher, Chris Taddeo, Cindy King, Kelley Roberts from Salina; Deb McArthur and Brenda Froisland from Lindsborg; Zandra Wagoner from McPherson. This committee was given the responsibility of organizing the "Walk-n- Roll" without any prior funding resources. ing to attend should make their reservations by Oct. 19 by calling the Cloud County Museum (243-2866) Tuesday through Saturday afternoons. Guests are welcome. REUNIONS CLOUD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY: The Cloud County Historical Society will hold its annual dinner meeting and election of officers on Oct. 22, at the VFW hall in Concordia at 6:30 p.m. The program, which is financed by the Kansas Humanities Council, will be presented by Dr. Donald J. Blakeslee, associate professor of anthropology at Wichita State University, on "Indian Trails — Hidden Highways of the Prairie." Indian trails crisscrossed Kansas long before explorers, trappers and traders followed these routes westward across the prairie. Later, forts, trading posts and battles along the trails added another chapter to the history of Kansas' first transportation network. The dinner will be served by the VFW auxiliary. Those wish- ALEUTIAN ISLANDS VETERANS: Aleutian Islands military service veterans will have a reunion in Virginia Beach, Va., Nov. 2-4. Videos of the WWII Aleutian campaign, and Aleutian Islands revisited in 1995 and 1996 will be shown. All service branches, spouses and guests welcome. For information/registration, send self-addressed, stamped envelope to Al King, PO Box 130327, Sunrise, FL 33313, by Oct. 21. AT WORK TACO JOHN'S: A Salina woman has received a top management award from the nation's second-largest Mexican fast-food restaurant chain. Lori Lewis, Salina, was named Taco John's "1996 Manager of the Year" for the five- state area which includes Nebraska, Texas, Iowa, South Dakota and Kansas. She received her award this month at the chain's annual Regional Meeting in Lincoln, Neb. Lewis manages the Taco John's restaurant located at 303 S. Santa Fe, Salina. The restaurant is owned by Ken Rinke of Salina. Taco John's "Manager of the Year" award is based on cus- B 0F E SS 10 N fl L Nearly Me® Mastectomy Products * * Call Ginger today for more details. 1331 Armory Road, Salina, 825-4400 or 1-800-572-S177 * ***************************************$ life how seme outfits to help uoii celebrate this 1996 Fox Theatre Ornaments available tomer service, food quality, restaurant cleanliness and sales. Winners are selected by senior managers at the chain's national headquarters in Cheyenne, Wyo. Lewis started working for Taco John's as a crew member and worked her way up. to manage the restaurant. During the award presentation she was praised for her efforts in employee relations and her ability to communicate effectively with her employees and her customers. TREASURED BEGINNINGS CHILD CARE: Darla Simpson, owner of Treasured Beginnings Child Care, has been approved by the State of Kansas as a program director for child care/preschool programming. To receive state approval, Darla had to complete 12 % hours of observation at three different preschools or child-care centers and submit an application listing education and experience working with children. She has had experience working with children in daycare, preschool and as a director of Christian Education. CONTINUED TO PAGE 3 Attention Salina Shift Workers!!! Salina Family ATA has a fitness program just for youl. Taekwondo Karate - it's not Just for kids anymore! • New Fall Schedule • Improve Fitness and Flexibility • Reduce Stress Level Call for Free Introductory class todayl ADULT CLASSES 7 & 8:30 am M,W 12:30 2:30 pmT.Th 6 pm M,T. Th 10 am Sat. Al irtH&tiSWQ!), (913) 827-7302 • 800 N. 9th St. • Salina, KS 67401 SALE! We have lots of short rolls left front our Grand Opening Sale! Stop in and Check them out! ' On Select Carpet. See Store For Details. =Mfi*K Carpet Warehouse] 833 E. Prescott • Salina • (913) 827-8755 Bourn: Mon. & Thura. 9-7. Ttaeg.. Fri. 9-5!80. Sat 10-4 Remount Pay! Have your Diamonds Remounted WhUeyou watch.* Wednesday, October 23, 1996 10:30 a;m. « 8 p,m. Fine Jewelry Dept. JGPenney ^JNU,.

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