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Dance shows set for May 13 & 14

Vicky’s School of Dance will present its 23rd annual spring show on two days this year, May 13 and 14, in the Hillsboro HIgh School Auditorium.

Identical shows will be presented both days, according to Vicky Mohn, director. The two-day format is an effort to accommodate the overflow crowds of previous years, she said.

The theme of this year’s show is “A Salute to America” and will involve more than 120 area dancers from pre-school to college.

Each show will be divided into two segments. The first will involve the youngest dancers and the second show will feature the older dancers.

On Saturday, May 13, the younger dancers will perform from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. and the older dancers from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

On Sunday, May 14, the younger dancers will perform from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. and the older dancers from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Styles of dance include ballet, liturgical ballet, jazz, tap, pointe and Irish.

Boards host dinner for outgoing Brazil

The Marion County Planning Commission/Board of Zoning Appeals hosted a farewell dinner Friday honoring David Brazil at Country Lakes Cafe.

Brazil is leaving his post as planning and zoning administrator for Marion County to take a position elsewhere in the state later this month.

Those attending were David and Joanna Brazil, Mary and Shreves Avery, Ervin and Carrol Ediger, Marquetta Eilerts, Willis and Marilyn Ensz, Bob and Naomi Maxwell, David Mueller, Eileen and Skip Sieger, and Glen and Mary Lou Unrau. Margo Yates was unable to attend.

The group presented Brazil with an engraved letter opener noting his 61⁄2 years of service.

The Planning Commission expressed its deepest respect, admiration and gratitude to him for his successful efforts to improve the lives of Marion County citizens and benefit the entire county.

FBLA chapter holds elections at CHS

The FBLA chapter at Centre High School held its officer elections May 2 for the 2006-07 school year.

Officers elected were Megan Gutsch, president; Brittany Owens, vice president; Amy Hajek, secretary; Allie Will, treasurer; Jessica Deines and Kylie Burhoop, co-editors; Chelsey Tajchman and Bridgette Burns, co-historians; and Samantha Alvarez, STUCO representative.

Special-ed board to meet May 15

The Marion County Special Education Cooperative Board of Directors will meet for its monthly meeting Monday, May 15 at 7 p.m. in the Marion County Special Education Cooperative conference room at 302 W. Eighth in Florence.

Chat & Dine meets for potluck, bingo

The monthly Chat and Dine potluck supper held May 6 was attended by 57 Marion County Lake residents and family members.

The table decorations were a bingo them including cupcakes topped with fish-catch decoration. Prize contributions by participants were garage-sale wannabes.

Prizes were won by 22 players, with four winners of double prizes and one with two double prizes.

The final win for the evening-the blackout prize of a flannel throw, was won by Judy Reno.

Gift bags were presented to those with May birthdays and anniversaries. The winner of the rent–subsidy drawing was Dwight Beckham, who received a basket of assorted plants.

Hosting the event were Carolyn and Paul White, Joyce Paquette, Alberta Pritz, Willard Hett and Connie Omstead.

Kenny Buckbee of Lyons will present the program “Creating Art with Stained Glass” at the June 6 Chat and Dine.

Card shower to mark 50th year

Relatives and friends of Joe and Faith Stucky of Peabody are requesting a card shower to help the couple celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married May 18, 1956.

Congratulatory cards can be sent to the Stucky home at Route 2, Peabody, KS 66866.

Cleanup of Upland Road rescheduled

The cleanup of Upland Road by Lake residents has been rescheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 8 a.m.

Vests and bags will be picked up at the CCC statue that morning.

Inquiries about the cleanup schedule can be made by calling the Dwight Beckhams or John Yoders.

Following the cleanup, the group will meet at 5 Prairie lane for refreshments and reflections.

BBQ, concert set for May 16

The Goessel Music Department announced that its annual Community BBQ and Concert will be held at the Goessel high school lunchroom and auditorium on Tuesday, May 16.

The barbecue starts serving at 5:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 6:45 p.m.

There is no charge for the annual event, but all donations will go toward the travel fund of the GHS band and choir to send them to an out-of-state music festival.

The menu will be pork burgers, baked beans, chips and cookies.

All items for the dinner are donated by business and community people.

The band and choir will perform their 2006 State Festival presentations. Both groups received all “superior” ratings at this spring’s KSHSAA State Large Group Festival.

Among the band’s selections will be John Chance’s “Incantation and Dance,” Ricketts’ arrangement of “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Rondo for Solo and Wind Band,” featuring Kyle Unruh on trumpet. The band is directed by by Bud Meisel.

The choir, directed by Greg Bontrager, will showcase Thompson’s “Last Words of David,” Stanford’s “Beati Quorum Via” and Maddux’s “O Sifuni Mugu.”

Also featured on the concert will be the fifth grade and junior high bands, the high school men’s and women’s choruses and Elbiata.

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