The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 2001 · Page 25
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 25

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 30, 2001
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B MONDAY. APRIL 30, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Amy Kraus, Salina, was selected to receive the dollhouse donated by Ken, Nancy, Beth and Abby Parker, Concordia, in a fund-raiser for the Rebecca A. Morrison House. Money raised will expand the Morrison house, which provides lodging for care givers whose family members are patients in Salina Regional Health Center. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 She also accompanies Bethany College vocalists and instrumentalists and is a member of the Bethany College Chapel Choir and Handbell Quartet. Draper has been teaching privately for five years. He has also been involved with the Blue Dozen Band, percussion ensemble, brass ensemble, college choir, improvisation ensemble, jazz band, Oratorio Society, symphonic band and symphonic orchestra. Draper has performed with the Kansas Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band, New Jazz Trio and various rock, blues and jazz groups. He has also been an active studio musician and composer. BETHANY COLLEGE: Twenty-three Bethany College students were honored by having their art on display at the annual Messiah Student Art Exhibition sponsored by the Bethany College Art Department. Fifteen students won in eight different categories of art. In the category of ceramics. Merit Awards were given to Erin (Latterell) Burk, a senior from Loveland, Colo., and Jaclyn McCurdy, a senior from Garden City. Toby Neighbors, a sophomore from Van Alstyne, Texas, received the Best of Ceramics Award. For their craft projects. Trey Crow, a senior from Waxahachie, Texas, received a Merit Award. Bridget Meyer, a junior from Axtell, was awarded the Best of Crafts for her egg basket. The Best of Design Award went to Kristine Hervias, a freshman from Lindsborg. In the drawing category, a Merit Award was given to freshman Michael Baltzer, Lehigh. Senior Aaron Ratzlaff, Goessel, received both a Merit Award and the Best of Drawing Award. The painting category produced many awards in this year's jurored exhibition. Adam Ball, a sophomore from Stromsburg, Neb., received a Merit Award,, as did Trenda McEnroe, a senior from Kingman, who also was awarded with the Best Junior/Senior Piece and the Best in Show. Roman Manaenkov, a sophomore from Voronezh, Russia, received both the Best of Painting Award and the Best Freshman/Sophomore Piece. Merit Awards were given to Robin Gregory, a junior from Assaria, and Crystal Pilcher, a sophomore from Lindsborg, for their photography pieces. The Best of Photography Award was given to Lisa Morse, a senior from Salina. The printmaking category had awards for two artists. Toby Neighbors received a Merit Award, while Aaron Ratzlaff received the Best of Printmaking. In the sculpture category, Joey Embers, a senior from McPherson, received the Best of Sculpture award. Other student artists featured in the exhibition were Brian Leitzel, a sophomore from Wichita, Pamela Harris, Salina, Mackenzie Miles, a sophomore from Olathe, Amy Nordquist, a freshman from Kit Carson, Colo., Jonathon Pingel, a freshman from Beloit, Nicole Schaefer, a sophomore from Aurora, Colo., and Julie Taylor, a senior from Phillips, Neb. The two jurors for the exhibition were Tanya Hartman and Daniel Hunt. Hartman, assistant professor.of art, teaches painting and drawing at the University of Kansas. Hunt, assistant professor of art, teaches sculpture at Kansas State University-Manhattan. CENTRAL MISSOURI: Kyle Riedel, Salina, has earned a University Scholar Award to attend Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, next fall. Riedel, son of Glen and Tammy Riedel, Salina, is the recipient of one of the university's top awards, a scholarship that covers in-state and out-of-state academic fees. The total award value for 2001-02 is approximately $3,150 per year, depending upon the number of credit hours taken. If Riedel continues to meet academic criteria as he pursues his major in computer-aided drafting and design technology, he will be able to renew the award for seven semesters. While at Salina Central High School, Riedel has been involved in National Honor Society, Breakfast Buddies and his church choir and youth group. He has been named to the honor roll, lettered in academics and was a Kansas Honors Scholar. His wants to be an automobile designer. 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Mann Administrator MORE THAN CARROTS FOR HEALTHY EYES While eating carrots is widely associated with good .vision, recent research indicates that plant pigments found in dark green vegetables may also reduce the rislc for developing cataracts. Specifically, study participants who had the highest intake of foods rich in lutein and zeaxanthin (especially spinach, broccoli and kale) were 22% less likely to develop cataracts than those with the lowest intake of these plant substances. Lutein and zeaxantliin are carotenoids, like the beta-carotene found in carrots and lycopene found in tomatoes, that may act as antioxidants in the eye and protect cells from sunlight damage. Because the risk for cataracts increases vrith age, the idea of preventing the condition through nutrition is an attractive one. Observing a balanced diet is beneficial to your health. As noted in this week's column, research suggests that a diet rich in dark green vegetables may reduce the risk of developing cataracts. 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