Baldwin in brief
The Rainbow Preschool Homes and Gardens Tour scheduled for Saturday has been postponed. An announcement will be made when it is rescheduled.
Try-outs set for
Black Jack Ballad
Try-outs for the 2003 "Ballad of Black Jack" will Sunday at Baldwin Library from 2 to 4 p.m. Those who cannot try out on June 1 are asked to contact Don Mueller to arrange a special audition. All who audition should be prepared to sing "Do Re Mi" from the "Sound of Music."
Brandie L. Wilson, daughter of Bill and Cheryl Wilson, Eudora, was among the 540 graduating seniors who received diplomas in commencement exercises at Harding University. Majoring in management, Wilson received the Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
Nicole Taul, daughter of Jim and Carol Taul, Baldwin City, graduated from College of the Ozarks with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Business. She also received the Edwin and Helen Krohn Award presented at the 95th Annual Student Awards Convocation. Taul is a 1999 graduate of Baldwin High School.
ESU with honors
Katie Sue Grammer, daughter of Steve and Becky Grammer, Baldwin City, graduated from Emporia State University, Magna Cum Laude. A student must have earned an overall grade point of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale to achieve Magna Cum Laude. Her degree is Bachelor of Science in Education. Grammer is a Baldwin High School 1999 graduate.
to be shown
The Grace Episcopal Church, 315 W. Fifth St., Ottawa, will open its doors to the public for a showing of its beautiful stained glass windows, an art show by Sandy Moore and Sandra Cain, organ music by Evaline Campbell and a reception Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.
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