Archive for Thursday, May 24, 2007

Baldwin Briefs

May 24, 2007

Maple Leaf Quilters
to meet today
The Maple Leaf Quilters Guild will meet at 7 p.m. today at the Baldwin City Library.
Reeze Hanson will present "Computer Aided Design." Visitors are welcome.

AARP schedules
monthly meeting
American Association of Retired People Chapter 1696 will meet at 11 a.m. Friday at the Lawrence Country Club.
University of Kansas Professor Robert McColl is the speaker. For reservations call (785) 865-3787.

American Legion sets
Memorial Day services
The American Legion Lloyd Beaton Post No. 228 and Auxiliary will have Memorial Day Services at 10 a.m. Monday at Oakwood Cemetery.
Community members are welcome to attend the long-standing Baldwin City tradition.

KSYLF selects
delegates for forum
The Kansas Youth Leadership Forum will be held June 12-16 at Washburn University in Topeka.
Through various sessions, delegates are able to learn about and explore various topics related to leadership. During the forum, delegates enjoy a trip to the Capitol, a mentor luncheon, recreation session, a barbecue, a talent show and a dance.
Delegates from Baldwin City are Jennifer Goff and Loretta Ikenberry.

Friends to sponsor
citywide sales
Friends of the Baldwin City Library will sponsor citywide garage sales June 2 beginning at 8 a.m.
Directories listing garage sale sites will be available to the general public at 8 a.m. June 2 at the library and Baldwin Athletic Club for $1.

Library launches
summer reading program
Super sleuths and daring detectives are invited to join Get a Clue At Your Library, the 2007 Summer Reading Program at Baldwin City Public Library.
The program is open to young people preschool through young adult. Families can join the Read-to-Me program. Registration begins Tuesday in the library activity room.
For more information, call the library, 594-3411 or visit All programs are free and all children are welcome.

JCCC faculty member
receives award
Through a gift from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, five cash awards of $1,000 are made each year to recognize outstanding faculty performance at Johnson County Community College.
One of the recipients of the award was Baldwin City resident Betty Bullock, associate professor of sociology.

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