The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 2001 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 30, 2001
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MONDAY, APRIL 30. 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 va; Jessica Daetwiler, Herington; Ryan Brockmeier, Hope; Tyler Torbert, Inman; Kristine Harkins, Nlcolette James, Phillip Kilmer, Whitney Vaughn and Chad Yeager, all of McPherson; Katie Crawford, Minneapolis; Arianna Kaufman, Moundridge; Michelle Atteberry, Nicole Dankenbring, Cori Ferguson, Erin Murray, Dallas Powell, Emily HPOwell, Mark Troutfetter and Elizabeth Walker, all of Salina; Tracy Splitter, Sylvan Grove; and Kelli Brenner and Seth Graby, both of Woodbine. SALINA SOUTH: Top students from Salina South High School will be attending the Business Professionals of America 2001 National Leadership Conference May 9-12 in Anaheim, Calif. Salina South High School chapter members Terri Magee, Tracee O'Connor, Leslie Osborn, Grace Pestinger and Luke Phelps wiU join more than 4,000 other conference delegates from the United States to participate in national-level business skill competitions, workshops, certification testing, general sessions and the national officer candidate campaigns and elections. Advisers of the BPA chapter at South High are Brett Rusher and Mary Weis. Other South BPA members include Jake Bixby, Michael Haug, Grant Hays, True Quae, Erin Schwartz, Shauna Sedore, Andrew Sellers, Matt Sellers and Adam Thompson. Nine students competed at state and five members qualified for nationals. The five were: Terri Magee, first in spreadsheet applications and second in small business management team; Tracee O'Connor, second in fundamental accounting and third in payroll accounting; Leslie Osborn, second in small business management team; Grace Pestinger, second in small business management team; and Luke Phelps, second in database applications. Business Professionals of America is a national organization for high school and college students preparing for careers in business and office occupations. BOSS KRAUSE KANSAS STATE: Rob Boss and Joshua Krause, Bennington, have been named by the faculty of Bennington .High School as outstanding seniors in mathematics and science. Their selection is part of an awards program initiated in 1974 by the college of engineering at Kansas State University- Manhattan to recognize outstanding scholars at each Kansas high school. Both boys are enrolled in the engineering program at K-State. Boss is the son of Bob and Renee Boss. Krause is the son of Joe and Janice Krause. KANSAS S-TATE: Local and area students at Kansas State University-Manhattan have been named College of Business Administration Ambassadors for the 2001-2002 school year. They include John Albrecht, Herington, junior, accounting; Shauna Hopp, Marquette, sophomore, business administration; and Suzanne Blakely, Salina, freshman, business administration. Eligible students must be full-time majors in the college and have a minimum 3.0 grade- point average. The ambassador program provides opportunities for students to further develop their leadership, communication and organizational skills. Duties include serving as facilitators for the college's annual Telefund Drive and Family Day activities and assisting with community service projects, such as the Cats for Cans food drive. Students who have been selected as College of Business Administration. KANSAS STATE: Student pilots at Kansas State University-Salina have earned flight ratings. All students are in the curriculum of aeronautical technology professional pilot option unless noted otherwise. Shawn Fisher, Brookville, senior, received his certified instrument instructor rating. Billy Summers, Bunker Hill, junior, received his instrument pilot rating. Lance Francis, Clyde, junior, received his private pilot certificate. Alyson Pauzauskie, Coffeyville, sophomore, received her instrument pilot rating. Anthony Budreau, Concordia, freshman, received his private pilot certificate. Jason Mengoni, Derby, freshman, received his private pilot certificate. Tyler Delzeit, Dodge City, sophomore, received his multiengine airplane rating. Lee Welborn, Hesston, senior, received his multiengine airplane rating. Mario Navarro, Hutchinson, sophomore, received his private pilot certificate. Matthew Timken, Madison, senior, received his certified instrument instructor rating. Heather Sunderson, Olathe, senior, received her certified flight instructor rating. Teresa Richardson, Salina, freshman, received her private pilot certificate. Justin Pauley, Smith Center, junior, received his multiengine airplane rating. Timothy Wiebe, Valley Center, sophomore, received his commercial pilot certificate. Sean Ensz, Whitewater, junior, received his multiengine airplane rating. Zach Young, Wichita, freshman, received his commercial pilot certificate. Lindsey Burnett, Cowdrey, Colo., freshman, received her private pilot certificate. David Yocum, Kansas City, Mo., freshman, received his private pilot certificate. J.R. Mitchell, Neosho, Mo., junior, received his certified flight instructor rating. Frank Recca, Monroe, N.J., freshman, received his private pilot certificate. Joshua Luken, Gresham, Ore., senior, received his multiengine airplane rating. To receive a private pilot certificate, students complete a minimum of 35 hoiirs of flight time during 30 lessons. With a private pilot certificate, pilots can fly with passengers in good weather both day and night. To earn the instrument pUot rating, students complete an additional 35 hours of flight in- C0NTINUED0NPAGE5 SHELTER Your Mend for Life... And Home and Auto. Call us for insurance protection review. • f - ^ <r Well always be there for you. 2737 BeltTlOnt • 823-51 29 New Museum Logo Mugs & T-Shirts aiorc 211 West Iron . Open Tuesday-Friday 12-5, Saturday 10-5 & Sunday 1-5 RENAISSANCE CAFE & FUWAQAIH CAME PI'T Authentic Italian Cuisine 5:00 RM. - 8:30 P.M. THURSDAy - SATURDAy 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M. SUNDAY RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED CALL 785-822-6750 Localad In dawntown Aisarla, KS Just B ml. South ol Salina USA Weekend Award To Local Group "^Salina Journal Connecting communities with information Salina's Volunteer Connection received an award for its participation in "Make A Difference Day," sponsored by USA Weekend, the Sunday magazine supplement to the Salina Journal. The local group drafted 56 residents, half of them teens, to scrape and prime the home of Margaret Roudybush, 77, which hadn't been painted in 30 years. The crew was so efficient that before the day was through they also had raked the whole neighborhood and cleaned out storm sewers. Presenting the award is Journal Editor & Publisher Tom Bell, left, receiving is: Nancy Klostemieyer, director of the Volunteer Connection; Karen Pearson, program coordinator; Pat Goble, housing and rehabilitation coordinator for the City of Salina; and Judy Brengman, coordinator, neighborhood services division for the City of Salina

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