The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 27
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14 f MONDAYrOCTOBER 14, 1996 THE SAUNA JOURNAL/ ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 5 In January 1995, The Rolling Hills Refuge Wildlife Conservation Center, Inc., located seven miles west of Salina, was approved as a nonprofit foundation. The Charlie Walker family donated 95 acres, their entire exotic animal collection, and a major financial commitment to the foundation. Construction of this wildlife conservation park is currently underway. When it opens in ear- T 1y 1998, it will feature 30 animal exhibits, an education/discovery center, restaurant, gift shop, and special events pavilion. Park exhibits and special events will be open to the public. The refuge is dedicated to the conservation and propagation of rare and endangered species. Also, the refuge will make the public aware of the plight of these rare and endangered species. Through cooperation with other zoological parks, scientific and veterinary communities, the refuge will seek to enhance an understanding of physiological and environmental needs of the rare and endangered species. The public will also have an opportunity to view the species, in large habitats, with the hope of making the educational experience more meaningful. Pre-arranged tours of the Rolling Hills Refuge Wildlife Conservation Center are available now. For specific information, you may call the Refuge at 913/827-9488. The Refuge expects 150,000 visitors its first year, and more than 300,000 visitors annually within five years. CUB SCOUTS: Pack 29 of Meadowlark Ridge School had its first pack meeting of the school year on Sept. 23. The activities for the coming year were discussed and parents signed up to host the monthly pack meetings. The boys made and flew paper airplanes. Many of the boys received awards at this meeting, including: Den 1: Ransom Allen — Summertime Pack Award, Art Belt Loop; Justin Bastin — Summertime Pack Award; Daniel Ganzenmuller — Swimming Belt Loop. Den 2: Chris Gillam — Summertime Pack Award, Bobcat Badge, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; John Gillam — Summertime Pack Award, Bobcat Badge, Archery Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Evan Hall — Bobcat Badge; David Knak — Bobcat Badge, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Kyle Koochel — Bobcat Badge; Michael Marietta — Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Brandon Shearer — Summertime Pack Award, Archery Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch. Den 3: Brent Dellinger — Bicycling Belt Loop; John Grimwood — Summertime Pack Award, Bicycling Belt Loop; Zachary Heuszel — Summertime Pack Award, Bicycling Belt Loop; Teddy Hodges — Bicycling Belt Loop; Brian Johnson — Bicycling Belt Loop; Andrew Radke — Bicycling Belt Loop; Michael Rosales — Bicycling Belt Loop. Den 4: Joshua Cleveland — Summertime Pack Award; David Johnson — Summertime Pack Award. Den 5: Nick Boyer — Bobcat Badge, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Nicholas DeTurk — Summertime Cleaning Needs For You & Your Business I We will clean and do small flxups to your rental property, office or business, right down to your home. We have reasonable rates, please call Vicki forf\ a walkthrough andquotel 913423-9166 DOUBLE Small Fries & Small Drink only URGER 9th & Kirwln 823-8066 Pack Award, Archery Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop; Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Matthew Johnson — Summertime Pack Award, Bobcat Badge, Archery Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Alex Martin — Bobcat Badge, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch; Marcus Pierson — Summertime Pack Award, Bobcat Badge, Archery Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop, Tiger Cub CONTINUED TO PAGE 15 AJ 0M). Oil Change $|495 includes 15 point inspection and up to 5 quarts of oil 913-823-6372 Bennett Autoplex, Inc. Service Department 651 S. Ohio Salin ^We have I furniture for every in Mon.-Sat. I) ain-2 pin Breakfast Specials Lunch Specials, The Only Downtown Restaurant with.. 158 S. Santa Fe BUFFALO MEAT Buffalo jerky for HALLOWEEN TREATS z MEATS Salina, KS (East of checkered water tower on Scanlan at the Airport) (913)623-7474 600-435-6328 Take a short drive to Abilene today! 913 2B3 4770 SHOCKEY &LANDES LFURNITUREAK.OIFTS;! |4th & Broadway Abilene, KSj Thurs. 'til 8 pm / Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 / Sat. 9-5:00 Don't Leave Me Home Alone |ke me to Ewy Boarding Kennels. [vdoor-Outdoor Runs lyidual Feeding Program I and Air Conditioned ! Grooming Service ius Play Yards 'acilities y Boarding Kennels " Warm Hearts lor Cold Noses" 24 Hour Veterinary Care Available^ 555 E. North St. 825-7555 FLUSH COOLING SYSTEM Recycle M Antifreeze Backflushes cooling system to remove deposits, scale and corrosion. • Recycled fluid provides superior corrosion protection for today's aluminum engines. • Pressure tests entire cooling system. Eliminates disposal and pollution problems. Drains cooling system to facilitate repairs. We Now Accept The NAPACARD Vote November 5 Scott Torres for Sheriff Elect the Sheriff Who Wilt: if Be Tough on Criminals * * Stop the Growth of Crime * * Budget Wisely* * Stop the High Growth of Taxes for taw Enforcement * * Actively Work with Community Leaders for a Better, Safer County* * Educate Our Youth on the Dangers of Drug Abuse * * Kick Drug Dealers out of our County for Good * * Inspire Community Respect* * Bring Safety to ail Residents of Ottawa County * * Bring Integrity to Ottawa County Law Enforcement * Elect the Sheriff who has a Vision for Ottawa County. Elect Scott Torres (Independent Party - November 5), Call me, I will answer your questions - 392-3417 Political advancement paid tor by the Committee to elect Scott Torres, Sheriff. Don King Treasurer

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