The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 2001 · Page 32
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 32

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 7, 2001
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8 MONDAY. MAY 7, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 7 award; Danzel Rogan, scientist award; Casey Sparks, scientist award; Russell Steele, webelos badge and scientist, fitness, showman and sportsman awards; and Adam Weishaar, scientist award. SILVER NEEDLES: Dava Carrell, Winfield, presented a trunk show called It's Just a 4- Patch at the Silver Needles April meeting. Carrell showed how a simple 4-patch could be used in many different ways to make creative and unusual quilts. A business meeting, conducted by President Debbie Divine, followed. Plans for the guild's fall quilt show were presented and several community service quilts were turned in, which in turn will be given to the agencies selected as recipients. The show Through the Garden Gate is scheduled for Oct. 20-21 in Heritage Hall. Gayle Lacy, program chairman, showed the original watercolor that will be used on posters and in advertising the show. Members who are participants in the Secret Stitchers fun, exchanged gifts and showed them to fellow members. The Silver Needles Quilt Guild meets the third Monday of every month. Anyone interested can contact Mary Shoul- tys at (785)-823-6624. * m # HARNESS CLUB: With more than 65 people attending, the Central Kansas Harness Club held a day for plowing and pleasure April 21 at the rural Assaria farm of Richard and Karen Buhler. Three teams of mules and nine teams of horses plowed during the day. Mules were driven by Randy Gruber, Bennington; Darrell Schrag, Moundridge; and Jack Worman, Salina. Horses were driven by Mike Jones, Harlan; Atlee Keim and Glenn Yutsy, Haven; Clint Krehbiel, Stillwater, Okla.; Maynard Krehbiel, McPherson; Norris Maydew, Lebanon; Kevin Watts, Brookville; Brad Wilt, Abbyville; and Richard Buhler, Assaria, A representative from Access TV of Salina was on hand to film the plowing for a segment called "The Agricultural Revolution." Assisting the Buhlers in planning the event were Jack and Ruth Worman and Steve and LeeAnn Ade. LAKE WILSON: The Corps of Engineers and the Lake Wilson Area Association sponsored the annual Lake Wilson Clean-Up Day April 21. Donations to help the project were received from Wilson Lions Club, GB's of Wilson and Shaw's of Wilson. The 70 participants collected 45 pounds of aluminum and 54 pounds of glass. Groups or organizations interested in next year's cleanup can contact the Corps of Engineers office at (785)-658-2551. DELTA KAPPA GAMMA: Ruth Bruce, Minneapolis, and Karen Levin, Salina, of Mu Chapter, and Joan Barhydt, Joan Corwin, Ruth Cox, Hilma Demaree, Joyce Eisenhour, Janice Ostrom and Paula Pralle, all from Salina of Gamma Epsilon Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International honor society of outstanding women educators, attended the annual Phi State Convention April 20-22 in Pittsburg. The theme for the convention was "Power to Change," which was selected by President Karen Levin, Salina. Levin presided over the business meeting on Saturday. She received the Phi State President's Award in recognition as the 1999-2001 state president. For additional information concerning The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, contact Karen Levin, Phi State president, 2240 Kensington, Salina. » ® « UNITED WAY: Ruth Ascher, Janet Callarman, Laura Robertson and Jo Hudson attended the United Way 2001 South Central Regional Conference April 2-5 at Fort Worth, Texas. The conference offered workshops on Web-based marketing, team building, success-by- six update, building healthy communities and grant writing 101. Ascher was co-presenter of a seminar about developing initiatives. Ascher participated in an educational session on building your business implementing the United Way brand strategy. Callarman attended principles and practices of community building, and Robertson at­ tended fund-raising 101. Hudson attended a user's group conference for the campaign software. 4-H NEWS: The Smoky View 4-H Club participated in an exchange meeting with the Smoky Valley 4-H Club April 16 at the Soderstrom Elementary School cafeteria, Lindsborg. Smoky View was represented by 36 members and 15 leaders. The Smoky Valley 4-Hers held their business meeting which was followed by the program presented by members of Smoky View. Catherine Schmutz gave a project talk about the proper care and treatment of a camera. Katie Greenup followed that up with an illustrated talk about how a camera works and how to take good pictures. During Smoky View's business meeting, Cara MacDonald and Tyler Johnson were selected as queen and king candidates for the 2001 Tri-Rivers Fair and Rodeo. John Holmquist led the groups in song with a version of "Fried Ham" that finished with an Elvis impersonator. Andy Peterson led members in recreation with a game. LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD: Trinity Lutheran Church, Salina, recently received $700 from Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal benefit society, through the society's Congregational Matching Funds program. Lutheran Brotherhood matched the amount that the congregation raised through a Easter breakfast April 15. Trinity Lutheran Church will use the funds it raised and the matching funds from Lutheran Brotherhood for the organ building fund. Worker's Special! $4.00 PER RIDE $3.50 Senior Citizens 185-819-150? ^ County Hoa//^ DID YOU KNOW... Smoking just two cigarettes a day doubles "? • ^jt ^ your risk of lung cancer and increases the I •' " "111*! risk of heart disease and stroke. MILITARY ARMY: Staff Sgt. Gary Jaquis was presented a certificate as an associate instructor at the Regional Training Site for Maintenance by Com. Maj. Greg Salisbury. To become an associate instructor, Jaquis attended the JAQUIS Total Army Instructor Course and demonstrated proficiency as an Army maintenance in­ structor. Jaquis is 'a full-time Army National Guardsman who instructs maintenance classes at the RTS-M in Sali- iiia. 0 # # NAVY: Navy Airman Recruit Jack Jacobs III, son of Jack Jacobs II, Hope, recently completed the Aviation Electrician's Mate Course located at Naval Technical Training Center, Pensacola, Fla. During the five-month course, Jacobs received training in electrical theory and circuitry to prepare to work on the electrical components of jet aircraft, electrical systems and electrical power generation and distribution. Jacobs joined the Navy in February 2000. Ruby / Workshop still gets used FROM PAGE 1 "I got to be 77 and decided I didn't want to work my whole life and not have any recreation, never have any fun." She still uses the workshop, though now it's been converted into a rec room. "I go back there and work puzzles and other things to keep busy. I really enjoy that room." But she doesn't spend all her time at home. She's involved in the Presbyterian Church, having taught Sunday school for 46 years, in addition to a Sunday night Bible study and a Tuesday morning Bible study. She's also active at the Solomon Senior Center. "You wonder how I find time to crochet, but I do." Employee Profile The Director of Nursing at CLO is Vera Johnson. She has been with CLC for 4 years. Vera graduated from KWU School of Nursing in 1991. She worked at Salina Regional Health Center for 10 years In Acute Care & Mental Health and believes this experience prepared her for the challenges and rewards of assuring quality care. Vera has been through changes in management and believes that CLC has a team that cares about employees and residents. Vera Johnson, RN.D.O.N. \Ne can assist you with: • Respite Care • Admissions • i\/leciicaici • iV/ledicare S2 J Center for Long Term Care J ^v:^ 2925 Florida Ave., Salina \^ 785-825-6954 • 877-218-7261

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