Ives Chapel UMW
The Ives Chapel United Methodist Women will sponsor its annual salad supper for churchwomen in the Baldwin community, Trailside Parish and other special guests.
The meal begins at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Fellowship Hall. Featured speaker is Tony Ikenberry. He will share his missionary work to Kenya. Singspiration time will end the evening.
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.
Coal Creek Library
open for season
Coal Creek Library, Vinland, will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays through October. The library can be open by appointment by contacting Martha Smith, 594-3960.
Library to have
Book TALK series
Baldwin City Library is hosting a three part book discussion series with the theme "Native American Mysteries." The programs are free and are held at the library, 800 Seventh St.
The first meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8 with Denise Low of Haskell Indian Nations University leading the talk on "The Shaman Sings" by James D. Doss. Copies may be checked out at the library.
The other two books for October and November are "The Ghost Walker" by Margaret Coel and "Dreadful Water Shows Up" by Hartley Goodweather, aka Thomas King. For more information, contact the library at 594-3411.
enjoy potluck supper
Members of Evangeline Chapter 162 OES, Palmyra Lodge 23, Jobs Daughters Bethel 39, families and friends enjoyed an end of summer potluck at the Masonic Temple in Baldwin City.
Barbara Caruthers entertained with songs from the gay nineties era -- "Waltz Me Around Again, Willie;" "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard" and "The Bird on Nellie's Hat." Caruthers sang the last song while wearing a hat with a bird perched on it. Alice Rollf accompanied.
Evangeline Chapter's meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 14. Members are asked to bring school supplies to the meeting that will be donated to the Baldwin City schools.
Baldwin resident to
compete in pageant
Olivia Catloth, Baldwin City, will participate in the 2006 Miss Kansas USA/Teen USA Pageant Nov. 25-27 at Overland Park. She will be competing as Miss Baldwin City.
The winner of the pageant will go on to compete in national competition. Miss USA will compete in the Miss Universe Pageant. Catloth is involved in student council, volleyball, basketball and track at Baldwin High School.
She attends the Worden United Methodist Church, where she is active in the youth program. She is sponsored by friends, family and several local businesses. Catloth is the daughter of Rob Catloth, Baldwin City, and Debby Johnson, Baldwin City.
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