to serve breakfast
The men at Lighthouse Baptist Temple will serve breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the church. Area men are welcome to attend.
Friends to sponsor
Friends of the Baldwin City Library are sponsoring citywide garage sales in Baldwin City on June 3. It is necessary to register addresses for the registry at the library. The registration fee entitles participants to a yard sign and a free copy of the directory.
Registration fees are $5 for an individual, $5 per family for multi-family sales and $20 for organizations. Forms and payments must be returned to the library byWednesday. Send or drop off the form and payment to: Baldwin City Library, 800 Seventh St., Baldwin City, KS 66006. Contact 594-3411 for additional information.
Relay for Life
meeting is tonight
There will be an All-Team Meeting for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Baldwin City on tonight at the Baldwin High School cafeteria at 7 p.m.
All participants in Relay are encouraged to attend this meeting. It is not too late to sign teams up. For more information please contact Meghan Othick at 594-2842. Those that have been touched by cancer in some way and are interested in speaking at Relay should please contact Susan England at 594-4896.
Relay For Life will be held on June 16th and 17th from 7 pm to 7 am at Baldwin High School.
The Baldwin City Public Library will sponsor its 2006 Summer Reading Program "Paws, Claws, Scales and Tales" for children preschool through adults with programs, prize drawings, story hours and more.
Registration begins on May 31 in the library activity room from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Call the library for more information at 594-3411 or visit www.baldwincitylibrary.org. All programs are free of charge.
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