Archive for Wednesday, March 13, 2002

Baldwin in brief

March 13, 2002

Music theater show
set for tonight

The eighth-grade mixed chorus classes at Baldwin Junior High School will present "Charleston" and "Don't Say No to the U.S.O." at 7:30 tonight in the auditorium. The musicals are directed by Jodie Eldridge. Betty Pewtress and her students supplied set and art assistance. Admission is free. The public is welcome to attend.

Irish Stew featured
at Catholic church

The Annual Irish Stew Dinner will be Sunday at Annunciation Catholic Church from 5 to 7 p.m. There will be Celtic music and an Irish-American flag will be raffled off.

Potluck supper
scheduled for Legion

The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will have a potluck birthday dinner at 7 p.m., Wed., March 20, at the Legion Hall. Second district officers will be attending. The Vintage Memoirs will entertain. All members are welcome.

Ives UMW to meet
for noon luncheon

Ives Chapel UMW will meet Wed., March 20 in Fellowship Hall for a noon luncheon. The program, led by Dolores Kalb, will be "Easter Women: Courageous Seekers of Shalom." Karin Constantinescu is hostess.

Fish fry set for
Lenten season

A fish fry will be at the Annunciation Catholic Church on Fri., March 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. Fried catfish, cole slaw, hush puppies, rolls and desserts will be served.

Asher Hannon named
Citizen of the Week

Asher Hannon has been selected Citizen of the Week at Baldwin Elementary School. Hannon, 8, is in Shirley Wright's second grade class. His parents are Phil and Charlene and his siblings are Andrew, Aaron and Annie. His friends include Tucker, Brian, Hunter and Garrett. His hobbies are football, baseball, basketball and reading.

Knights sponsor
Bingo at Lodge

Bingo games are being scheduled the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at the Lodge from 6:30 to 9 p.m. sponsored by Knights of Columbus.

BJHS students attend
music festival

Fifteen Baldwin Junior High vocal music students attended the Washburn University Music Festival in Topeka. Earning a II+ or "excellent" rating were: Mary Clippinger, Amy Craig, Kim Gilges, Carly Young and Lynne Lammers (violin). Receiving the I or "superior" rating were: Lynne Lammers, Katie Beall, Kristen Ferris, Kate Ikenberry, Mindy Brown, Julie Miller, Charley Schwartz, Keisha Collins, Shelby Roberts, Katie Sigvaldson and Nikki Smith. Jodie Eldridge, BJHS vocal music instructor, accompanied the students.

Pioneer 4-H Club
has meeting

The February meeting of the Pioneer 4-H Club was called to order by Cody Wilson, president, at the home of Chuck and Janet Jehle.

The minutes of the January meeting were approved. A demonstration by those in the cooking project will be given at the April meeting. In March there will be a workshop on the animal project. The Achievement Celebration is Oct. 27.

Ted Jehle presented a project talk. The March meeting will be Parents' Night at the library. Bring a book to donate through the Citizenship and Leadership project. Bookmarks were made to be included in each book.

Baldwin City vocalist
featured in concert

Washburn University student, Heather Ralston, Baldwin City, performed in a vocal music concert presented by the Washburn University Singers and Choir on March 11 on the WU campus. Ralston is a soprano.

PEO has meeting

PEO met with Morilla Fothergill assisted by Delma Hitchcock and Sandy Wakeman. George McCrary presented the program on the importance of exercise.

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