Letters to the editor
To the editor:
Baldwin voters will soon have an opportunity to select school board members for our newly organized districts in USD 348. We have been fortunate to have seven dedicated members who have had hard decisions to make to ensure quality education in our schools.
Scott Lauridsen is a candidate for the "at large" position on the new board. Scott is a long time resident of Baldwin, a graduate of our school system and has children currently attending our schools. I have known Scott and his family for many years. He cares about our schools and has ideas and vision for continuing the quality we desire for our district. Scott is highly qualified and I feel deserves your consideration for this position.
Mary J. Chubb
To The Editor:
Baldwin City Community Theatre wishes to thank the many contributors that made the recent production of "Nunsense" so successful. The Little Sisters of Hoboken were full of nonsense and delighted audiences with their songs, dancing and jokes. The audiences in turn made the evening fun for the performers by getting into the spirit of things and being part of the show.
This type of venture doesn't happen without the support of many others. First of all, we need to thank First United Methodist Church for giving us a place to hold the show. Another blessing for the Sisters was the financial sponsorship provided by Baldwin City banks.
Another very important group that makes everything possible is our wonderful volunteers. These are folks that spend their weekends helping to build sets, set-up facilities and even work on programs. We appreciate those who were willingly there each night to sell tickets and concessions. Others spent time helping by baking dozens of cookies to sell at intermission. We can't thank all of you enough!
Community is very much a part of the Baldwin City Community Theatre. Thank you to all that helped make the production possible.
BCCT Board of Directors
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