Archive for Thursday, February 22, 2007

Baldwin Briefs

February 22, 2007

Fish Fry scheduled
at Annunciation
A Fish Fry is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at Annunciation Church. On the menu will be catfish, curly fries, rolls, slaw and dessert. Chicken nuggets will be available for children. Adults are $6 and children under 12 are $3.


Baker orchestra to
host children's concert
The Baker University Orchestra, conducted by Lori McKinney, will present its second annual Children's Concert at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Rice Auditorium. Erinn Renyer, cellist, is the featured guest soloist. The public is welcome to attend this free concert.


AARP Safe Driving
class rescheduled
The American Association of Retired People has rescheduled the Safe Driving class because of inclement weather. The class will be Feb. 28 and March 1 in the MidAmerica Bank building.


Clearfield -- Ives youth
schedule meeting
The Clearfield -- Ives Chapel United Methodist Youth group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Ives Chapel UM Church. Youth 6th through 12th grades are invited.


Friends sponsor
Book TALK series
Friends of the Baldwin City Library will sponsor a discussion of "Epitaph for a Peach" by David Mas Masumoto at 7 p.m. March 8 at the library.
This is the last in the series about food traditions, recipes and lessons learned at the table. The discussion is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council which furnishes books and leaders. Books are available for checkout at the library.


5K March for Meals to
benefit senior program
The fifth annual March for Meals will be from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. March 3 at the Lawrence Senior Center, 745 Vermont, Lawrence.
Participants can walk, run or stroll through downtown Lawrence, rain or shine. Proceeds will benefit the Senior Meals Program, Douglas County Senior Services, Inc.


Krysztof receives
K-State scholarship
Emily Krysztof, a senior at Baldwin High School, has been awarded Kansas State University's renewable Putnam Scholarship.
To qualify for a Putnam Scholarship, a student must have a minimum 32 ACT score, 3.85 high school grade point average and be in the top 10 percent of their graduating class.


Layton installed as
President of KVMA
Candace Layton, Baldwin City, was installed as the 2007 president of the Kansas Veterinary Medicine Association. She is a small animal surgeon at a center in Overland Park.
She earned her MS degree from Kansas State University in 1983 and was certified as a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1988. She received the Norden Distinguished Teacher award at KSU in 1989 and served on the board of admissions for the KSU College of Veterinary Medicine. She is past president of the KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Association and the Kansas City Veterinary Medical Association and is currently serving on the KSU Pet Trust Board.
Layton is married to Bill Inzer, a middle school teacher. They have two sons, Tyler and Austin and a daughter-in-law, Marcie, married to Tyler. Her mother, Jacque Layton, lives in Independence.

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