Archive for Wednesday, May 16, 2001

Baldwin Briefs

May 16, 2001

Annie is looking

for the right dog

Calling all dogs! Annie is looking for a special Sandy her faithful four-legged companion. If you're well behaved and enjoy an occasional speaking part, fetch your faithful owner and come to Baldwin Junior High School on Sunday from 3 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

ANNIE is this year's summer production of the Baldwin City Theatre and will be playing June 16, 17, 18, 19, 21 22 and 23. Mark your calendar. It's a great opportunity to gain some extra "bone-us" points with your owner! Leashes please.

Reid Harrison is

Citizen of the Week

Reid Harrison has been named Citizen of the Week at Baldwin Elementary School.

Reid, 8, is in Shara Margheim's third grade class. Her parents are Vic and Tracy and her brother is Royce. She also has two cats, Viola and Sabastian.

Her friends include Samantha, Taylor, Connor and Kaylin. Her hobbies are swimming, reading, collecting tea sets and dolls.

Applications available

for scholarship

Applications are available for those interested in the Trevor Leeker Scholarship. The recipient must be a college junior or senior studying special education or must be in a graduate school program in the medical field or developmental specialists.

Trevor was the 21 month old son of Bill and Michelle Leeker who died February 17, 2001. He had a rare genetic disease called Krabbes.

His parents are offering a scholarship to an individual who is in the field of study that will deal with special needs children.

For application, call or write: Michelle Leeker, 4821 Ohio Rd., Wellsville, KS, 66092 or call 785-594-2744 or e-mail at bmleeker@grapevine.net. The deadline is July 31.

Piano students

present recital

The Baker University Music Prep School presented a spring recital on Thursday in McKibbin Recital Hall.

Piano students who performed were Ellie Parr, Elena Watson, Sally Spurgeon, Erin Jansen, Courtney Masrud, Katie Gerstner, April Austin, Josh Masrud, MacKenzie Elder, Victoria Yardley, Colin Wright, Sarah Bezek, Elizabeth Yardley, Sarah Schau, Sarah Lawrence and Cassie Ware. Violin students were Holly Manager, Hannah Elder, Sammi Brookman, Zach Wright and Leila Novelo. Trombone students were Alexander Coffey and Ryan Moore. Vocal students were Cassie Ware, Lindsay Thompson and Jena Dick.

Baker University Prep School instructors were Katie Weyhrauch (piano), Scott Allison (piano and violin), Emily Hanks (piano), Tricia Hearn (piano), Jenna Hirsch (piano and trombone), Traci Haskell (piano), Becky Mann (piano) and Marci Malone (voice).

Gospel music is

set for Wellsville

The first Friday Night Gospel Music series will be from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday.

The series will be the third Friday of the month through August. The concerts are free but a free will offering will be taken. In case of bad weather, the alternate site will be Wellsville Baptist Church Family Life Center at Third and Locust.

Free screenings provided

throughout May

In recognition of National Mental Health Month, the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center will provide free screenings for depression, anxiety and alcohol and drug concerns throughout the month of May.

Mental health matters to the overall wellbeing of the community. Call the Bert Nash Center at 785-843-9192 for more information or to schedule a screening.

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