Baldwin in brief
BHS art students
present art show
The Baldwin High School art students are presenting the first semester art show featuring the students' art and photography. The show will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at the high school commons area. The public is welcome to attend.
BHS music department
to perform concert
The Baldwin High School music department will present a Winter Concert today in the BJHS auditorium. The band will perform at 7 p.m. and the choirs at 7:35 p.m. The groups are under the direction of Will Cooper and Jodie Eldridge. Admission is free and the public is welcome to attend.
Ives hosts Christmas
The annual Christmas Eve candlelight service at Ives Chapel United Methodist Church will be at 7 p.m. on Dec. 24.
Kansas State lists
2003 Fall graduates
Around 1,400 Kansas State University students graduated in commencement ceremonies for the fall of 2003. Those from Baldwin City were: Thomas Aaron Bondurant, B.S. in mechanical engineering; Laura Ann Gilliland, B.S. in business administration; Shanna Marie Miller, B.S. in food science and industry, and B.S. in hotel and restaurant management; Elizabeth Mary Schild, B.S. in elementary education; Amy Louise Wintermantel, doctor of philosophy.
Extension Council has
The Douglas County Extension Council elected officers and board members at its annual meeting. Officers for 2004 are: John Bradley, chairperson; Bruce Flanders, vice-chairman; Sue Ashcraft, treasurer; Annette Larson, secretary. Other board members elected were: Sherry Brown, Cheryl Hunsinger, Frank Male, Gary Price and Rachel Purvis. Joe Kelly received the Certificate of Appreciation. Retiring members were: Don Bird, Alden Bradley, Sr., Gerald Dwyer, Connie Hadl, Chris Johnson, Carol Keen, Megan King, David Norris, Nancy O'Connor, Sharon Vcsecky, and Carla Westheffer.
Palmyra 4-H Club
The Palmyra 4-H Club went caroling at the Baldwin Care Center followed by the monthly meeting at Ives Chapel. Emily Krysztof brought the meeting to order. Katie Krysztof read the minutes and took roll. Wesley Callahan read the treasurer's report. Members brought a toy for Toys for Tots. Lindsey Hitchcock delivered the toys. Members made Christmas door hangings for residents at Vintage Park. The Gaylord family delivered them. Members will attend the Bromelsick Program at the Lied Center in Lawrence. The next meeting is Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. at Ives Chapel.
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