Archive for Thursday, May 31, 2001

Baldwin Briefs

May 31, 2001

City Wide Garage Sale scheduled

The 14th Annual City Wide Garage Sale will start Saturday at 8 a.m. and continue throughout the day. Sale maps will be available at the library Saturday morning from 8 to noon. Garage sale stakes and maps will be distributed to sale participants Friday evening from 4 - 8 p.m.

Members of the Friends of the Library may also pick up their maps Friday.

First UMW host salad luncheon

The First United Methodist Women will host a salad luncheon on Thursday, June 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Hostesses will be Esther Circle, Dorcas Circle and members at large. The public is invited. Donations will be accepted at the door.

Surprise wedding anniversary announced

The children of Marvin and Diana Hendry are hosting a surprise 25th wedding anniversary celebration on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Baldwin City Library. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

Baldwin senior earns scholarship

Stephanie Jarvis, Baldwin High School senior, received the 2001 Lawrence Civic Choir scholarship award during the BHS awards assembly on May 18. This award is given each year to a student who shows outstanding talent and participation in vocal music during high school and who plans to continue their music education at college.

The Civic Choir scholarship encourages youth from Douglas County high schools to continue their musical education. In the past, the award has always gone to a student in the Lawrence schools. This is the first year that BHS has offered an applicant for the scholarship. It is also the first year that the LCC board has been unanimous in their choice of their award winner.

The Lawrence Civic Choir has provided amateur vocalists in Douglas County the opportunity to sing quality music under professional direction for 26 years, usually numbering 100 voices.

Jarvis has performed in school productions as well as community theater groups and has taken honors in many vocal competitions. She has been active in dance, forensics and debate.

She plans to continue her education at Wichita State University, majoring in Opera Theater and Musical Theater, with the goal of a professional music career.

Lyerla Studio presents spring recital

Piano students of Dr. Trilla Lyerla presented a spring recital on Friday, May 18. The recital was in McKibbin Recital Hall on the Baker University campus.

Students performing were: Carrie Dietz, Patrick Dietz, Rick Dietz, Ellie Parr, Annie Parr, Katie Brecheisen, Wesley Callahan, Bob Saile, Mary Clippinger, Colby Heckathorne, Kelsey Heckathorne, Saunder James, Morgan James, Angie Bacon, Evan Wright and Kyle Wright (Wellsville), Jace Repshire (Edgerton), and Chris Trepinski (Lawrence).

Vocal performance to be presented

Heidi Meinen, a 1997 graduate of Baldwin High School and senior at Wichita State University studying vocal performance, has been selected for the Dan Ferro Vocal Program in Greve, Italy, this summer. This prestigious program offers intensive vocal study in classical music.

Meinen will be singing at McKibbin Hall in Owens Fine Arts building at Baker University, Sunday at 4 p.m. Selected works by Mozart, Donaudy, Hughes and Mahler will be performed. Donations appreciated.

Baldwin City resident graduates from O.U.

Patricia Diane Flory-Evans, Baldwin City, graduated May 20 from Ottawa University. She received honor cords from Kappa Delta Pi and also graduated Cum Laude. She is the daughter of Don and Sue Hackler, Baldwin City.

AAUW receives award

The Baldwin Branch of AAUW had its spring luncheon at Three Sisters Inn on May 5. Anita White was in charge of the programs. Chris Hamill , a landscape gardener, gave a slide talk showing beautiful European gardens of England, France and Italy as well as Kansas gardens and wildflowers of our state.

Roma Earles was in charge of the business meeting. Clarinda Creighton of the Kansas State AAUW board presented to the Baldwin Branch the AAUW State Legal Advocacy Fund Award given to the top branch contributor per capita this year. This is the third such award the Baldwin Branch has received in the past six years.

The new coordinators for the next two years are Barbara Gaeddert and Carla Bloomer.

The next meeting will be the first Thursday of September.

Palmyra 4-H club

has meeting

The Palmyra 4-H club's monthly meeting was called to order by Clint Hornberger, president. Secretary Katy Taul read the minutes of the last meeting. Singing was led by Brianna Krysztof. Clayton Culley and Katy Taul will attend the Bromelsick Memorial. The program included a demonstration by Brianna and Michaela Krysztof on setting the table and a project talk by Tessa Runner on her dog project.

The club recognized Tessa Runner for her achievements at the Leavenworth Dog Show, Jenna Brumm for participating in the BHS percussion ensemble, John Brown for his winning track season and Wesley Callahan for his winnings at the Spring Beef Show. Our next meeting will be June 6.

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