Baldwin in brief
Panel discussion set
for AAUW meeting
The Baldwin Branch of AAUW will begin its fall session on Thursday, Sept. 6 at 4 p.m. with a meeting in the auditorium of the Baldwin Middle School. The program will be a panel discussion "Hostile Hallways." Participants will be Betty Barker Smith, Christina Mann and a panel of local school counselors.
AAUW welcomes new members. Any graduate of a four-year college is eligible to join. For information call Nora Cleland, 594-3846 or Mary Clippinger, 594-3681.
Parts available for
Maple Leaf melodrama
Auditions for the Maple Leaf melodrama "Heaven Help the Po' Taters" by Billy St. John will be 3p.m. Saturday at the Baldwin City Library. Needed are nine males and 12 females. Questions may be directed to Susan at (785) 594-0597. This presentation is sponsored by the Baldwin City C.L.E.A.R. Foundation.
Now or Never Club to
The Community Services Dept. at DCSS is planning a Senior Information Day in Baldwin City. The purpose is to inform Baldwin City seniors about available services and benefits and how to access those services.
Two representatives will be visiting the Now or Never Club at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 5 at the Senior Center to set the time, day and location of the Information Day.
Reserve a lunch by calling the Senior Center at 594-2409 before noon Tuesday, Sept. 4 or bring a covered dish for the potluck.
TALK series explores
Friends of Baldwin City Library has scheduled its first TALK program for Thursday, Sept.13, at 7 p.m. Phillip D. Thomas of Wichita State University will lead a discussion of Jack Schaefer's "Shane," a classic gunfighter's tale of the Old West. Contact the library to check out a book at 594-3411. A video tape will also be available.
The series is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council as part of its TALK program which furnishes the books and discussion leaders. This free program will take place at the library, 800 Seventh St.
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