The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 23
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THE SAUNA'JOURNAL 2JB, : ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 8 tain in the painting are significant to Songahm Taekwondo. On Sept. 28, the tournament opened with a demonstration by the Salina Family ATA demo team. The Tiny Tigers, along with Bill Srna, showed us their stuff by working on forms and doing some awesome board breaks. Nine kids from the Karate for Kids program demonstrated form and sparring segments. Ruby Tilton and K. Willow Leenders did the white belt form to music. Dan Paulson showed us a form with the jahng bong. Dennis and D.J. Britton lowered the light and impressed the audience with a glow-in-the- dark ssahng jeol bong demonstration. Srna closed the demo by breaking three concrete blocks. Mayor' Evelyn Maxwell welcomed all the competitors and their families and presented Grand Master with a key to the city of Salina. Other awards were presented at this time. Diana Tarver received a national merit award for instructors. Leenders received a student merit award for courage and perseverance. Gary Matteson, McPherson, received the Trainee Instructor of the Year award for our region. Six children in our region, including Paige Nguyen, received an award for getting 99 or more stars in the Karate for Kids Star Program, There were 11 competitor rings active throughout the day with 374 competitors froni around the United States participating in the tournament. TRI-RIVERS DETACHMENT OF THE MARINE CORPS LEAGUE: The Tri- Rivers Detachment of the Marine Corps League and Anderson's Leather Shop recently held a "Fall Shopping Spree" raffle. Drawing of the winning tickets was held Sept. 21, during the Santa Fe Days festivities in downtown Salina. First Prize, a $500 shopping spree at Anderson's Leather Shop, went to Don Vineyard, Salina; Second Prize, a $300 shopping spree at Anderson's was won by Jean Keeler, Salina; and Marvin Timmons, Salina, won the Third Prize $200 shopping spree at Anderson's. Our thanks to all our great friends who remembered us at the time of Leo's death. For flowers, memorials, telephone calls and every remembrance. We are most grateful. Choral S,t0vvr Steven * JM Stover Gwdse/ts, Curt, Cory & Collw T SPOTLIGHT Kevin Post (left) and David Holmgren (right) received their awards from district secretary Ron Lull. Local AMBUCs receive awards at convention On Oct. 3-5, the American Business Clubs held its regional convention in Dodge City. Members from the Salina Breakfast Bandits, Red Barons, and Heartland chapters were in attendance. District awards were won by the following groups: Community Service Award, Salina Noon Network; Local Charities, Salina Red Barons; Member Retention: Salina Breakfast Bandits. David Holmgren from the Salina Breakfast Bandits was awarded with the "Project Manager of the Year" award for his work as chairman of the Sport and Leisure Show. Kevin Post from the Salina Breakfast Bandits was awarded with the "AMBUC of the Year" award. Kevin was instrumental in establishing the new Teen AMBUC club in Salina and is dedicated to the promotion of AMBUCS and its mission throughout the region. Salina has been chosen as the sight of the 1998 AMBUC Regional Convention. Smith and regional director Adri-Anne Trannaell presided over the award banquet. There was good attendance at the educational seminars and lots of fun activities to be enjoyed. Don Smith encouraged all who could attend 1997 national convention to help AMBUCS celebrate their 75th year. The convention be held on the Ectasy- Carnival Cruise Ship, traveling to Key West, Cozmel and Miami, Florida in July 1997. AMBUCS is the National Association of American Business Clubs, where an organization of concerned men and women dedicated to developing American therapists and aiding the physically challenged by innovative community service and providing opportunities for building relationships and friends. SALINA SUNFLOWER CHAPTER OF BARBERSHOP SINGERS: Harold Frazell is the newly elected president for 1997 of the Salina Sunflower Chapter of Barbershop Singers. He succeeds Larry Mathews, president the past three years. Other new officers include: Kenneth Barta, vice president for chapter development; Gary Jordan, vice president for music and performance; Jerry Currie, secretary; Bob Hunt, treasurer; and Larry Mathews, bulletin editor. The chapter has begun rehearsals for its annual spring show, set for April 19, 1997, in the Central High School auditorium, with a "College Days" theme. "The Tulsa Tradition," one of the nation's top quartets, will be featured. Upcoming chapter activities include singing for the Salina Sweet Adelines afternoon and evening shows Nov. 3 in Heritage Hall of the Bicentennial Center, ringing bells for the Salvation Army on Dec. 7 at the Central Mall, and singing for the Salvation Army senior citizens dinner Dec. 12 at the 4-H Building. The Sunflower Chapter meets at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays in the Salvation Army Community Room, 1137 N. Santa Fe., with visitors welcome. The chapter also sponsors Jackpot Bingo on the second Saturday evening of each month at 411 E. Walnut. The family of Gertrude "Molly" Goure would like to express our sincere gratitude to the neighbors and friends for remembering our mother, grandmother and great grandmother with your kind expressions of sympathy. We would also like to thank Dr. Burnett, Dr. Mikinski, Dr. Allen and the Nurses in the Intensive Care Unit at Salina Regional Health Center for their care and support. Gertrude "Molly" Goure Family We want to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors who came to help us celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary and for all the cards and gifts we received. A special thanks to our children Tracy, Kenny, Mark and Molly Van Auken and Tina, Mike, Melissa and Greg Franklin for planning and hosting the celebration. was a wonderful day. Lyle & Pat Gauby in our homes and yards. ^ Betty Roy and Marge McAdams reported on the sixth district General Federation of Womens Club Convention that they and other members attend- CONTINUEDTOPAGE10 AMBUCS: The 1996 Great Plains Regional Convention of AMBUCS was held in Dodge City, Oct r 3-6. Members of the Heartland AMBUCS attending were Rita Mankin, Sue Tolan-Trout, Michelle Post and Yvonne Bosco. The national president, Don GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMENS CLUBS OF THE KANSAS ROUND TABLE CLUB: GFWC of the Kansas Round Table Club had its luncheon and business meeting in the Conference Room of Penn Campus Salina Regional Health Center. Wanda Horton, conservation chairman outlined ways we can practice beneficial conservation I want to thank my family & friends for the wonderful surprise gathering for my 74th birthday at Western Sizzlin' Steakhouse at noon Sunday, Oct. 20th. My thanks to: Nancy Linton, Melinda Fox, Michele & Cameron Shields, Salina. Marc & Dionn Hake, San Clemente, CA, LeRoy Hake,. Downs. Brianne Hake & Jerund Hyman, Beloit. Ralph, Sheila, Aimee, Jacee & Lonnie Fink, Cassie Burton, Shane, Sonja, Kendra & Dylan Kinter, Jeff, Stacy & Bethany Solida, Rodney, Theresa, Ashley & Lacey Linton, all of Phillipsbug, KS. Felix & Dorothy Reiter of Hunter, KS. Francis & Geneva Winkel of Glen Elder, KS. Bob & Leona Adams of Gardner, KS. Cletus & Louise Manhart of Silver Lake, KS. I love every one of you. Juanita Gagna 331/3% Off Christmas Merchandise! (Wreaths, Ornaments, Trees, Stuffed Animals, Etc.) 2450 South 9th • Mid-State Mall, Salina (913) 823-9191 Customized CUMM . i; . ,jv::.:_i,i£. J i.i!i2Baua«BBB Fof The On YOU LOIIC- ...-.-. 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