The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 2001 · Page 31
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 31

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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 7, 2001 7 • SPOTLIGHT Winning the championship in the ninth and 10th high school boys division of Bethany College's 3-on-3 basketball tournament April 21 was the Southeast of Saline High School entry. Team members are (from left) Jordan Kemp, Ben Ryan and Matt Garretson. Forty teams from Kansas competed in the tournament. Kansas State University-Manhattan through the Salina School District Professional Administrative Leadership Academy. • • • FLORAL DESIGN: Shelli Jantz Moon has been certified as a master designer. Moon is a graduate of Smoky Valley High School. She works at Hy Vee Floral in Belton, Mo. She is the daughter of Jennifer Jantz, Roxbury. Master designers must complete a comprehensive written test covering flower identification, design style identification and flower and plant care and handling. _ MM&A\ AT WORK FROM PAGE 6 tion for Marriage and FamUy Therapy board as student associate representative. Dunn-Vi- gare is the Kansas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Student Mentorship Program Chairwoman and is employed at Smoky Hill Family Practice Center and Whittier- Bartlett Elementary School. # # # WADDELL & REED: Luetta Harrell, a senior financial adviser in the Waddell & Reed Salina office, has been named to the Chairman's Advisory Board. Appointments to th'e board include a grant of stock MARDPii options along nHnncuL. ^itji a consent to consult with senior management from time to time during the year concerning issues of importance to the company. The selection criteria included the amount of assets under management, longevity with the company and support for Waddell & Reed products and initiatives. Harrell was also awarded the CREST Award for the year 2000, awarded to the top 2 percent of licensed advisers in the nation. Harrell has been a professional in the financial services industry for 33 years with Waddell & Reed. ® # # EDUCATION: Jeannie Hrabe has been nominated for the Extra Special Educator of the Year Award by her colleagues. She is an employee of Salina School District/Central Kansas Cooper- HRABE tion. Hrabe has taught special education for 19 years with the last nine spent in the Salina School District. She is the interrelated resource teacher for K-6 at Sunset Elementary School and is pursuing a master's degree in educational administration from To our family and friends •for the cards you sent us and the wonderful reception for our 60th wedding anniversary. Also thanks to the Hedville Ladies Club for the cards and lovely flowers. Richard K. and Mildred Allison To all of those in the immediate & surrounding areas, the family of Kathleen Stelter vnsh to thank you. Your sincere love & support during her iUness & recent passing is most overwhehrdng. Your prayers, cards, gifts, phone calls, donations & flowers have been received with the deepest gratitude. Thank you. Dean Stelter & Family Kenneth & Dorothy Butcher Larry & Nancy Butcher & Family ORGANIZATIONS WOMEN'S CENTER: Salina attorney Julie McKenna presented a program April 10 on the prosecution, legal remedies and victim's rights in a sexual assaiilt case to student volunteers participating in training for the peer rape prevention program at Kansas State University-Manhattan. The training was sponsored by the Women's Center at Kansas State. The program began March 6 and concluded April 24. The training featured a different speaker each week who presented information on various topics involving rape. McKenna, former Saline County attorney, practices law with Christina Trocheck in the partnership of McKenna & Trocheck. The "M & J Dance for DBA" held on March 31, 2001 at the First Christian Church was once again a huge success due to the generosity and support of those in the Salina area. Thank you to the M & J Dance Academy staff who organized and the volunteers who assisted before, during and after the fundraiser. Also, thank you to all those who contributed items for the fundraiser and/or concession stand. Special thanks to the dancers of M & J Dance Academy for their participation and for working so diligently to raise almost $8,000 in donations towards the "M& J Dance for DBA"! All proceeds received by the Diamond Blackfan Anemia Foundation, Inc. are used to support DBA research to find the cause of and cure for this rare anemia. In Appreciation, Diamond Blackfan Anemia Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 1092 West Seneca, New York 14224 CUB SCOUTS: Pack 4 Cub Scouts met March 26 at the Starlight Skating Rink for a family skate. During the meeting. Cubs received various awards. Tiger Cubs earning two orange beads were Keegan Bednas^k, Scott Blake, Rex Boyles, Tate Johnson, Mitchell Long, Patrick Martin and Alec Weishaar. Orange beads were presented to Daniel Berneking, Cody Burnett, Joshua Collazo, Dane Johnson and Austin Wurtz. Welcomed to Tiger Den was new member Seth Cartlich. Wolf Den 3 awards went to James Brown and Tyler Greim who received their wolf badges, and Jared Jarvis, bobcat badge. Justin Hostetter was welcomed as a new member as a transfer. Wolf Den 5 awards went to Jaccob Jarvis who earned his wolf badge. Bear Den awards went to Cole Carpenter, three silver arrow points; Will Gawith, one gold and one silver arrow point; Scott Jones, one silver arrow point; Darren MacDowell, one silver arrow point; and Dallas Taddiken, bear badge and one gold and one silver arrow point. Webelos I Den awards went to Brian Blake, webelos badge and scientist, fitness and traveler awards; Grant Borthwick, scientist award; Andy Boss, webelos badge and scientist, fitness, sportsman, show- The Daughters of Stephen E. Rettig would • like to express sincere thank you to the individuals and organizations who supported Dad through his trial with cancer. All the cards, prayers, meals, and visits helped to make his journey an easy one. Dad will be missed and remembered by us all. He is with the Lord walking in the garden. Please remember to smile with the thought of Dad. We would like to share a favorite Bible verse of his: Proverbs 3:5-6 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight". Thank you, Jaunita Justice and Family Natasha Behnerand Family man and traveler awards; AJ Chavez, webelos badge and scientist, fitness and sportsman awards; Troy Dingman, scientist award; Aaron Fritz, scientist and sportsman awards; Laramie Gahman, webelos badge and scientist, fitness and showman awards; Patrick Heins, scientist award; Dylan Hoffman, scientist award; Skyler Klein, webelos badge and scientist and fitness awards; Jordan Lewis, scieri- tist and showman awards; Kyle Liebenberg, scientist CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 We wish to say "thank you" for all the beautiful cards, flowers and gifts we received for our 50th wedding anniversary. Also, a special "thank you" to our kids for planning and hosting our reception. Bud and Betty Bowden Prayer of the Blessed Virgin (Never known to fail) Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven. Blessed Mother of the son of God, Immaculate Virgin, I assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of f| the Sea, help me and | show me here you are J my Mother. Oh, Holy fl Mary, Mother of God, » Queen of Heaven and | Earth, 1 humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). There are || none that can withstand I your power. Oh, Mary, i conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (three times). Holy Mary, I place this prayer in your hands (three times). Say this prayer for three consecutive days and then you must publish and it will be granted to you. Grateful thanks.

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