8 MONDAY. APRIL 30. 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 7 of the Community Service Club. She is on the track and cross country teams and a member of the cheerleading squad. She is the daughter of Linda Graham, Superior, Neb. KWU awards are need-based for students who show outstanding ability in academic departments or athletics. ORGANIZATIONS HOFFMAN STEELE CUB SCOUTS: Pack 4 Cub Scouts Philip Steele and Dylan Hoffman have received their God and Country award at the Church of the Cross United Methodist Church. Cub Scouts voluntarily choose to enroll in the program, which requires a commitment of time and energy to study and act out their faith. Steele cind Hoffman were under the supervision of the Rev. Paul Wilke. @ # # BUSINESS WOMEN: The April meeting of Charter Chapter of American Business Women began with a tour of the Fox Theatre. Hosts David Jenkins and Donna Burger gave a brief history of the theater and the status of the fund-raising activities for its restoration. Members were told the Fox could be used for concerts, recitals, weddings and other events. The club voted to contribute $100 to the Fox campaign and to buy a $75 dedicated brick. The nominating committee presented a slate of officers for 2001-02: Diane Cairns, president; Nellie Quade, vice president; and Virginia Davis, treasurer. Marge Long was selected as the new woman of the year and will be honored at the May meeting. Reports on the fund-raising activities of bingo and u-haul count were given by Clarys Marlin and Nellie Quade. Several scholarship applications have been given to young women in the are and will need to be returned by June 1. BUSINESS WOMEN: Anilas Chapter of American Business Women celebrated business as- THESAMEAGENT WHO'S HELPED YOU IN THE PAST CAN NOW HELP PLAN YOUR FUTURE. TRAINED AND UCENSED TO PROVIDE ANNUITIES, MUTUAL FUNDS, AND UFE INSURANCE. Charles Carter & Associates Charles Carter 804"E. Crawford Salina. KB 67401 785-825-4241 /lllstate. au»u(iiii.ii^sni sociate and women of the year at This Ole House, Bennington. Kansas Highway Patrol Capt. Rick Affholder was honored as boss of the year. Joan Streit was woman of the year. Olene Senner, Betty Stauffer and Jackie Garrison directed the event. Marilyn Swenson presented a hat show from her collection of 300 hats. New members of the chapter are Rose Lucas, Jacqueline Anders, Patricia Crickenberger, Gail Frazier mid Joan Shirley. 0 # * SCHOLARSHIP: Stephanie Swanson, a senior at Southeast of Salina High School, has received a $1,000 Sam Walton Community Scholarship as part of the Sam Walton Community Leader Award program sponsored by the Wal-Mart/Sam's Club Foundation. This year more than 3,000 scholarships totaling more than $8 million are being awarded to deserving students in Wal-Mart and Sam's Clubs across the country. Swanson received this award based on her strong academic performance and involvement in school and community activities. 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Then open your mouth and smile, smile, smile. FROM PAGE 1 "You'll have to go to the auction," he teUs her. Young said he enjoys going to the annual auctions and watching people bid on his playhouse. Last year's auction raised a total of $10,500, "which goes a long way toward building ahouse." When working on Habitat's full-sized homes, Yoimg often works on framing and other carpentry jobs, but sometimes he also supervises the paint crews. The famihes who will move into the Habitat homes often put in most of their time at that job. He said he enjoys working with the people who will move into the homes once completed. "There's 25 to 30 of us out there working on a Saturday, and it's very well-organized," Young said. While people with building skills are obviously needed, Yoimg said other skills are welcome also. "We need people to prepare meals, watch other people's kids, that sort of thing," he said. 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