The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 2001 · Page 36
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 36

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 30, 2001
Page 36
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Page 10 Second Sixty 'I -I May. 2001 Read Around The World With RS VP "Read Around The World With RSVP" is a project endorsed by the National Association of RSVP Directors. One purpose of this event is to encourage mature adults to read with children and shut-ins on May 23, 2001. Another purpose is to encourage mature adults to read with those persons in every country around the world, and to demonstrate that older volunteers have the skills to help change the world one person at a time. RSVP of Saline County is participating in this global literacy initiative by having senior and younger volunteers read to children at the Salina Public Library, a reader for the children at "Mom's Morning Out" as well as volunteers reading to adults who reside in local nursing homes and retirement centers. If you are interested in being part of this International event by reading to children or shut-ins on "Read Around The World Day" please contact us at The Volunteer United Way Agency Connection at 823-3128. The 12th Annual RSVP Benefit Golf Tournament is set for Saturday, May 5, A shotgun start is expected with breakfast and registration starting at 7:00 a.m. A new 2001 Buick Century from WARTA BUICK, INC. will be awarded for a hole-in-one on the 8th hole at the Salina Municipal Golf Course. There will be three divisions: Open, Senior, and Ladies. Make plans now to be a part of this fun day. Fees are $50 per person which includes greens fees, cart, breakfast, refreshments at the turn, and the awards luncheon. Call RSVP/The Volunteer Connection for a registration form. Our home-baked cookies and pies, as well as our delicious lunch are popular features of the tournament. IF YOU CAN HELP BY BAKING OR HELPING SERVE, PLEASE CALL RSVP/ THE VOLUNTEER CONNECTION OFFICE AT 823-3128. RSVP (the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) offers persons age 55+; • Transportation to and from your volunteer work. • Accident and liability insurance coverage for volunteer-related activities. • Volunteer service-related mileage and meal reimbursement, as conditions require. IT IS SMOKY HILL RIVER FESTIVAL TIME AGAIN! Summer is coming, and with the summer comes another volunteer opportunity! June 7-9 brings us the Smoky Hill River Festival. We are again sharing the concession stand with the SaUna Rescue Mission, (the one with the great Ken Klostermeyer hot dog sculpture on top)!! Volunteers are needed to assist with food preparation, work at the concession trailer in two-hour shift(s), and donation of items such as napkins, etc. If you are interested in volunteering to help at the concession trailer (yes, it's even air-conditioned) please contact our office at 823-3128. We are eager to make this joint effort a success for all!! If you are unable to volunteer, please stop by and try our hot dogs with a variety of toppings, our delicious nachos, great tabooli, and scrumptious bread pudding. We're looking forward to seeing you there. OPTIONS and CHOICES were not available to you on how you entered this world, but you can advance plan how you say GOODBYE. We believe in offering a full range of options by providing a separate advance funeral planning staff, a fully-trained professional staff, and a qualified bereavement aftercare director. This allows us to offer the widest selection of choices available. We will appreciate your consideration and will be pleased to schedule a free and confidential consultation. Your Advance Funeral Planning Information Center Memorial Trust Plan 137 N. 8th Street, Salina, Kansas 67401-2605 RYAN « MORTUARY & CREMATORY 785-825-4242 • 1-800-498-7926 An International Association of Independent Funeral Directors Le Deliver r News You Can Use the M U M U U RRRRRRKRRKRKIIKRKRIIICRIRIIIIIIIIKIIRIIRIIIIIIKICIIIIIIICIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIKII Salina Journal Cmmtin^ cmmmities with infmrntim i

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