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School board wants more input
June 13, 2001
The Baldwin City Board of Education is going to try it again. The board agreed Monday night to schedule another community meeting at 8 p.m. June 25 in the Baldwin High School commons area to discuss long-range facilities plans.
Baldwin gets healthy
Local clubs combine on effort
June 13, 2001
Two Baldwin City organizations worked together to provide health screenings for community residents.
Annie’ ready for run
June 13, 2001
A little girl and her dog will be the center of attention in Baldwin City beginning this weekend.
Recreation Commission news
Tennis Blitz on the way
June 13, 2001
Tennis Blitz. Saturday, June 16 at 9 a.m., Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 23 at 9 a.m. or Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. will be the dates for the Tennis Blitz.
Tennis clinics are being offered
June 13, 2001
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission will be sponsoring, in conjunction with the United States Tennis Association, free tennis clinics beginning Saturday.
Adults need to take time to play as well
June 13, 2001
Electricity issue draws charged audience
June 13, 2001
Options for Baldwin City’s electrical future were outlined and discussed at a town hall meeting last Wednesday. As a take-home message, council member Ken Wagner assured the audience that no decision has been made yet.
CLEAR runs full circle
An anniversary with ‘Annie’
June 13, 2001
It started 10 years ago with a grant and an orphan. The Baldwin City CLEAR Foundation began in 1991 with its first big theater production, “Annie.” To mark its 10th anniversary, CLEAR is sponsoring the same production this summer. “‘Annie’ has so many good memories. It personified the beginning of everything I wanted to provide for the community,” said Kathy Davis, CLEAR founder and executive director. “It was our beginning.” Davis helped begin CLEAR, which stands for community, leisure, education, art and recreation, when Baldwin received a three-year grant for an arts program. “The opportunity to learn what it means to be on stage or to make a clay pot,” she said, “it just wasn’t available when we were starting.”
All about electricity and environment
June 13, 2001
Yard of the Week prize goes to the Collinses
June 13, 2001
Jerry and Brenda Collins have put a great deal of work into their yard at 1221 Summit.
Fast pitch season underway
June 13, 2001
The Baldwin 16 and under girls fast pitch team has started the 2001 campaign.
Bombers drop pair of games
June 13, 2001
Like many area ball teams, the Baldwin Bombers’ season has been heavily affected by the recent rain that has soaked this part of the state, with three games in a row being canceled due to wet fields. When play finally resumed, the short-handed Baldwin club found itself weathering storms of its own as they dropped a pair of games to two Lawrence foes.
Art Walk set to fill Baldwin Friday
June 13, 2001
Baldwin City’s June Art Walk features art and music on the street, in local businesses and in the Art Affair gallery. This month’s Art Walk takes place Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. in downtown Baldwin City (High Street and Eighth Street).
Baldwin briefs
June 13, 2001
Mason, Callahan undefeated in Dallas
June 13, 2001
Two Baldwin youth wrestlers went a combined 10-0 and won four gold medals at the Southern Plains Freestyle/Greco-Roman Wrestling Championships on June 7-9 in Dallas.
McClintock may come home Friday
June 13, 2001
Anthony McClintock could be released from the hospital Friday.