Baldwin in brief
The Baldwin Library will be closed today, Christmas day and New Year's day.
Students from 123 Kansas cities, as well as 20 states and nine foreign countries are candidates for graduation from Emporia State University. Included are Karl E. Bowersox, B.S., Christopher Andrew Rose, B.S.E., Bradley C. Tennant, B.S.E., all from Baldwin City.
Ives Chapel to have
Christmas Eve service
Ives Chapel United Methodist Church will have Christmas Eve service at 7 tonight.
Free training classes
held for foster parents
KVC Behavioral Health Care is offering free training classes for prospective foster parents. Classes begin Thursday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. For information call Kursten Smith at (785) 331-4200.
Keen receives All
The 52nd National Holstein Junior All American contest, sponsored by Holstein World and Holstein Association USA, has the nomination of "Bluebae Lucky Charm" in the Spring Yearling class. She is owned by Kalli Keen, Baldwin City, a 10 year 4-H member of Pioneers 4-H Club.
"Improving Your No-Till Management" will be the topic of a meeting Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. at Heritage Tractor, Inc., east of Baldwin City. The meeting is sponsored by K-State Research and Extension and is free. Ray Lamond, KSU Extension Soil Fertilizer Specialist, Gary Kilgore, KSU Extension Southeast Area Agronomist, and Doug Jardinc, KSU Extension State Leader in Plant Pathology, will lead discussions. There is no need to pre-register. For information, contact your local Extension office at (785) 843-7058.
to help consumers
Consumer Credit Counseling Services is sponsoring "Discover More Dollars" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 6 at the United Way Building, 2518 Ridge Court, Lawrence. There is no charge but reservations are requested. Call (800) 383-0217, ext. 369 for information.
Fall honor roll
Ben Cosman, Baldwin City, is on the President's 3.75 or Higher Honor Roll at Coffeyville Community College.
Pittsburg State University has announced its list of eligible fall graduates. Area residents who are eligible to participate in graduation are Jeff Stuart, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stuart, Baldwin City, and Jesse Lee Heberling, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ron Heberling, Overbrook.
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