Archive for Thursday, June 30, 2005

Baldwin Briefs

June 30, 2005

First Methodist to

offer prayer service

Healing prayer with individuals needing help and hope in their lives will be offered starting at 4:30 p.m. prior to the 5 p.m. service on the first and third Sundays of the month at Baldwin First United Methodist Church.

Plamyra 4-H Club

reports meeting

Katie Krysztof, vice-president, led the monthly meeting of Palmyra 4-H Club at Ives Chapel. Roll call was answered by doing five jumping jacks. Members of 4-Leaf Clover 4-H Club were guests. Caleb Horne announced he was attending Citizenship Washington Focus. Fair entry forms are due June 30. 4-H Summer Camp will be June 28-July 1. Members signed up to work concession booths at the fair. The Club Tour will be July 24. Chloe, Christian and Caleb Gaylord presented a talk on household product recycling. Erin Jensen presented a demonstration on applying theatrical makeup on Katie Krysztof. Jennifer and Jaimie Goff led a race/game called Marshmallow Mouth. The pledge and motto were recited. The next meeting will be July 7 at Ives Chapel Church.

Echo Taps makes

Guinness Records

Echo Taps, the Armed Forces Day tribute having more than 870 buglers, trumpeters and other horn players, made the Guinness Book of World Records. On May 21, 2005, the musicians lined up for 41 miles and began playing Taps at Woodlawn National Cemetery in Elmira, N.Y., and ended nearly three hours later at Bath National Cemetery, Bath, N.Y. After the first bugler played the first three notes of Taps, the second bugler began and three notes later, the third bugler began, and so on. Each musician played Taps in full. Participating in Echo Taps was David Carlson, BHS Class of 1975, who is band director at West High School, Corning, N.Y., along with several of his students. Carlson is the son of Archer and Ethel May Carlson, Baldwin City.

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