Baldwin in brief
Spiritual rally to be
held at Baker
The second annual Spiritual Rally for United Methodist Men will be held at Baker University Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Rice Auditorium. Keynote speakers are Tom Hedrick and Emanuel Cleaver II. A variety of workshops will be available. Registration is 8 to 8:45 a.m. There is a registration fee. Forms are due today. The meeting is open to all men. Call Tony Ikenberry or Mike Kingsley with questions.
Car wash, bake
sale set for youth
The youth of Ives Chapel and Clearfield UM Church will sponsor a car wash at the Kwik Shop Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. Baked good will also be available at Baldwin City Market beginning at 11 a.m. Proceeds will be used for youth programs and mission/service projects.
has books on Mars
According to astronomers, Mars will be closer to Earth than it has been for thousands of years on Aug. 27. The library has books for patrons who are interested in Mars. The Baldwin City Public Library is located at 800 Seventh St., or call 594-3411.
Pick up pictures
at the Signal
Pictures that were left at the Signal over the summer should be picked up if you would like them back. We have several sports pictures and others that were shared with our readers. Please pick them up before Sept. 30.
BBB warning to NE
The Better Business Bureau of NE Kansas is warning businesses not to accept sales stories about support of a Chamber of Commerce or area schools without checking with the BBB. The company is misrepresenting a connection to them to sell advertising. Call the BBB at (785) 232-0454 for a report or go to www.bbb.org.
ESU business students
honored in scholars program
Eleven Emporia State University business students have been honored through one of ESU's most distinguished scholars programs.
The second class of Capital Federal Savings Scholars includes freshmen business administration majors Janelle Shoup, Burlington; and Derek Young, Hesston; sophomore accounting major Harmonie Zdanek, Overland Park; junior accounting major Rachel R. Hoopes, Emporia; junior business administration major Brett Henry, Topeka; and M.B.A. students Ashley Ross, Lawrence; and Angela Teter, Princeton.
In addition, four students honored in the inaugural class of scholars last year will return as Capital Federal Savings Scholars this fall: sophomore business management major Corey Giger, Emporia, senior computer information systems major Brad Johnson, Minneapolis; business administration and economics double major Natalie Moreau, Baldwin City; and M.B.A. student Melissa Reynolds, Scranton.
The Capitol Federal Savings Scholars program recognizes students in the ESU School of Business who have graduated from a Kansas high school and have a minimum 3.25 grade point average. Students selected as CFSS are also expected to develop and exhibit leadership skills while at ESU.
This scholarship is renewable and is awarded in addition to other university scholarships, such as Presidential Academic Awards and Guaranteed GPA Scholarships. The annual awards range from $1,000 for freshmen to $2,000 for graduate students.