Archive for Thursday, June 20, 2002

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Prayer vigil scheduled for 7-year-old accident victim
June 20, 2002
Eudora United Methodist Church will have a prayer vigil for Anna Berthelsen at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at the church, 703 Church St.
Aiming to please
Cub Scouts day camp an exercise in precision
June 20, 2002
Cheering “Team 13 is mean and green” to the sing-song cadence usually reserved for military basic training chants, about a dozen Cub Scouts descended on a slingshot station. On the table in front of the barn, which had taken quite a few hits judging by the mustard-yellow paintball splats, lay the Tom Sawyer/Bart Simpson-like slingshots. Next to them was a hefty supply of dog food.
Reflections on my ‘ano grande’
June 20, 2002
Buenos dias. I’m turning one on Monday, so I thought I’d give you an update on what I’ve learned in my first year in life. As you may recall, my last column, shortly after I was born, was full of comical stories about my parents trying to get me to sleep by putting me in my car seat (the only thing that worked), on the dryer, with the vacuum on, on my back and on my stomach. Once they discovered I was in charge, they relaxed, and that helped me get some sleep. Now, I go to bed about 7:30 and I’m full of energy when I awake at 7 a.m.
Letters
June 20, 2002
Eudora would gain from Sunflower plan
June 20, 2002
We share what seems to be the view of most state and local officials regarding the latest proposal for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant: We like what we’ve seen so far.
Basketball beginnings
Kimberlin introduces kids to the game
June 20, 2002
New Eudora High School girls basketball coach Cara Kimberlin hopes campers at the Cardinal Basketball Academy learn and gain an appreciation for the game of basketball.