Archive for Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Baldwin in brief

November 24, 2004

Parents night out

hosted by Ives

Ives Chapel United Methodist Church is hosting a Parents Night Out Dec. 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. to give parents an opportunity to shop. Children up to 12 can attend for no charge. Reservations must be made by Dec. 1 by calling 594-3590 or 594-6428. Dinner will be provided for the children. United Methodist Certified Child/Youth Workers will be in attendance.

Final international

film to be shown

"Le Dernier Metro" will be the final presentation in the International Film Series at Baker University. It will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Collins Library room 115. The award winning French film occurs during Nazi occupation when missing the last metro meant a long and dangerous night on the streets. Rated PG, the film is in French and German with English subtitles. There is no charge to view the film.

Honor choir selects

BHS choir member

Adam Kleitz, son of Darren Kleitz and Carol Patterson, has been selected to participate in the Kansas Music Educators Association Northeast Honor Choir. Approximately 700 choral students auditioned at Baldwin Junior High School on Nov. 13. The Honor Choir will perform at Blue Valley High School on Dec. 4. Students selected for the district choir are eligible for consideration for the State Festival Choir which will perform at Century II, Wichita, in February. Kleitz is a member of the BHS Concert Choir and the Madrigals.

Rainbow Preschool

has openings

Rainbow Experience Preschool has openings for the 2004-05 school year. Call 594-2223 for more information.

Hestia Study Club

has meeting

The November meeting of the Hestia Study Club was held at the home of Connie Neuenswander. Co-hostess was Anita Neuenswander. Roll call, minutes and treasurer's report were given. Charlene Hannon was welcomed as a member. The program was presented by Paula Johnson, guest speaker, who spoke about "The Heart Truth for Women."

Beef enterprise meeting

in Leavenworth County

Beef producers have an opportunity improve their knowledge at the "Managing a Successful and Profitable Beef Enterprise" meeting Wednesday at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with registration, and is sponsored by K-State Research and Extension.

Several key topics are on the agenda for the meeting. "Balancing

Stocking Rates and Pasture Production" will be discussed by Walt

Fick, KSU Extension Range Management Specialist. Kevin Dhuyvetter, KSU Extension Farm Management Specialist, will talk about "Preconditioning Calves and Replacement Heifer Costs." Twig Marston, KSU Extension Cow/Calf Specialist, will visit about

"Minimizing Winter Feed Costs, and Using Production Records for

Profitability."

A dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Registration is $15 at the door to cover the cost of the meal and handouts. Please call the Leavenworth County Extension Office at (913) 250-2300 if you plan to attend so enough food is prepared.

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