The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 21, 1996
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1996 ^ToswmTO?*^ THE SALINA JOURNAL ... AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 9 The grant provides travel partial reimbursement funds to individuals and teams participating in NA1A national post-season competition in traditional "non-revenue" sports for both men and women. Delivering the gift check to Bethany were Shelter agents Debra Johnston, McPherson; Jean Curry, Salina; and Dana J. Newell-Haislett, Arkansas City. SITY: The theater program at K- State kicked off its 1996-97 season with a production of Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya." The play ran Oct. 10-12 and Oct. 16-19 at 8 p.m. in Nichols Theater. Cast members included Jennifer Grace, senior in theater, Herington. WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY: WSU student Jason Lacey, a 1993 graduate of McPherson High School, was one of six American clarinetists e&osen as a finalist in the Young Clarinetists Competition of the International Clarinet Association in Paris, France, in July. Lacey, son of Sharylyn and Phil Lacey of McPherson, is a senior majoring in music education and music performance. The six finalists also were invited to perform in front of the delegates of the Belgain Clarinet Conference in Oosten. • More than 475 students completed their degrees at Wichita State University in July 1996. They were recognized at commencement May 18. Summer graduates included: Susan Lynn Krehbiel, Canton, Master of Science in Nursing; Susan S. Combs, Inman, Master of Education; Larry Jon Vander- wege, Lindsborg, Master of Physical Therapy; Tracy Lynn Sweat, McPherson, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science; Kimberly A. Waltner, McPherson, Master of Arts; Saba G. Khan, Moundridge, Bachelor of Business Admin. KANSAS STATE UNIVER- HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Fifty-five top students from across the state have been awarded Presidential Scholarhips at Hutchinson Community College. They will receive $1,000 each. This year's Presidential Scholars included Matthew Lutz, Ellsworth, and Geri Leiker, Salina. FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY: Several FHSU students attended a media law seminar at the Ellis County Courthouse on Oct. 10. The seminar was organized with journalists, public officials, the legal community and journalism students in mind. Major topics of the day included "First versus Sixth Amendment," "Resources and Contacts for the Media" and "Open Records/Open Meetings." Participating students included: Angela Frasure, junior, Chapman; Darin Beauchamp, junior, Minneapolis; Jeff Bluemel, 2528 Rockhurst, sophomore, and Lance Gilchrist, 1911 S. 9th St., junior, Salina. • FHSU has announced election results for the McMindes Hall floor officers. Students on each floor elected the floor officers who help promote community living by planning activities and helping residents enjoy their college experience. The floor officers included: Abilene: Rena Mackey, Four East treasurer, and Amy Riffel, Four East intramural representative, freshmen'. Assaria: Staci Chrisman, Two East vice president, sophomore. Gypsum: Becky Keeler, Two East co-president, sophomore. I Special Year End Golf Promotion i /<>;/•/! Li in it t'd Time ()nl\! For A Limited Time You Can Become A member Of Elks Country Club Golf For Only 6 Payments Of $50 Per Month! (Total Golf Fee Is $300 Plus Additional Costs May Apply) $5.00 Per Round Until April 1,1997 "Me Advantage OfOurPay-As-You-Play Coif Fees Now Until April 1,1997! CALL TODAY! Kevin Owens, Club Manager (913)827-7474 J Robert Overgaro*, PGA Golf Pro 1913) 827-8585 * Join Us For Chamber Hours 271 Lindsborg: Melissa Peterson, Five West treasurer, junior. Salina: Mary Newell, Four East vice president, freshman, 909 Shippel Drive. Scandia: Jill Hammer, Four East president, freshman. Tescott: Lisa Tromble, Six West president, freshman. Washington: Christi Tegethoff, Three East intramural representative, freshman. • FHSU's Eric Grospitcb, 2616 Ray, graduate student in counseling, was named the Region IV-West Graduate Rising Star Awardee from the state of Kansas by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. The Rising Star Award recognizes achievement, involvement and potential in emerging and future student affairs professionals. Grospitch, who is the director of Wiest Hall at FHSU, will attend the NASPA conference in Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. 9-12. • Jimmy Godfrey, 1996 graduate of Salina South High School, played the roll of "Senator Jack S. Fogbound" in the musical play "Lil Abner" at FHSU. He also changed costumes to play two other parts in the play in dance scenes. Godfrey was also in charge of all choreography for the play. "Lil Abner". ran the weekends of Oct. 4-6 and 11-14 October at the Malloy Hall Theatre at FH- SU. SALINA SOUTH: Michelle Buccigrossi has been selected to Who's Who Among American High School Students. Michelle, the daughter of Tony and Loreen Buccigrossi, 2648 Ray, is a junior at Salina High School South. Only 5 percent of our nation's students are honored in Who's Who. BUCCIGROSSI This is the largest and most respected publication recognizing students for their achievements in academics as well as contributions to their school and community. • The Salina South "Marching Cougars" participated in the 10th Annual Central States Marching Festival at K-State on Oct. 12. The band earned a Division "I" (Superior) rating for their performance. This is the 12th consecutive year the "Marching Cougars" have received the Superior rating at marching festival. Since 1971, the "Marching Cougars" have earned a Superior rating at marching festival twenty-one of twenty-five years. Those participating included: Kelli Deuth and Kristi Gilreath, drum majors; Brandy Henoch, feature twirler; and Barbara Westerman and Randy Fillmore, directors. Other staff included: Allen Brockmeier, student teacher; Shannon Meis, twirling instructor; Dean Kransler, percussion. Music: Bald Mountain, Rimsky-Korsakov/John Higgins; Fiesta!, Roland Barrett; Tactical Instinct, Alan Keown and Brian Scott; Throwdown, Roland Barrett. Membership: Woodwinds, 55; Brass, 48; Percussion, 15; Flag Corps, 8; Drum Majors, 2; Total, 128. FFA: The Salina FFA Chapter has competed in several fall contests. The team of Tiffany Stucky, sixth individual, Matt Kvacik, Scott Leach, Josh Stockman and CONTINUED TO PAGE 11 1997 Saline County Historical Calender On Sale Now! SmokuHill MUSEUM Gift Store 211 West Iron •nies.-Frl. 12-5 & Sat. 10-5 Sun. 1-5 John Wood &ASSOC. 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