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Archive for Sunday, June 28, 1998

PLACES AND FACES

June 28, 1998

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Anne Garlinghouse Professional Mediation Services has moved to 1012 Mass. St., Suite 208. Specializing in mediation since 1994, Garlinghouse is Kansas Supreme Court-approved in core, civil, domestic and parent/adolescent mediation.

Mary C. Wulfkuhle has joined the dental practice of John Wulfkuhle and Thomas Rainbolt as a registered dental hygienist. Wulfkuhle is a 1989 graduate of Lawrence High School and 1993 graduate of Kansas University school of nursing. She graduated from University of Missouri-Kansas City school of dental hygiene in May.

  • Vanity Beauty Shop has moved to 846 Ill. The shop, owned by Willadean Haller, had been at 1414 W. Sixth St.

  • Stacey Kielman has joined ART & SIGN Inc. as an account manager. Kielman has been in the sign industry for four years in the Topeka, Lawrence, and metro Kansas City markets. She lives in Lawrence.

Awards and honors

Charles E. Peterson, vice president of Central National Bank, recently completed the Advanced School of Banking offered by The Schools of Banking Inc. The two-week course represents more than 80 hours of classroom and 50 hours of independent study.

  • Cramer Inc., a Kansas City, Kan.,-based office seating and utility products company, received the Mid-America Manufacturing Technology Center Leading Edge Award.

  • Clyde Mermis, Douglas County District Conservationist, attended the fourth annual South Dakota No-Till Tour sponsored by the Kansas Crop Residue Management Alliance.

Coming events

Business Owners National Conference Call. Join other business owners to discuss this month's topic: ``How To Handle The Top 10 Growing Pains.'' Issues and challenges to be aware of as a forward-thinking business owner. The conference call is set for 11 a.m. Tuesday. Call (503) 452-1985 or e-mail President

30 a.m. Wednesday at 3210 Mesa Way, Suite A.

Conventions, meetings

Here's a look at events scheduled in the Lawrence area, along with number of attendees and estimated revenue generated, if available. Information is courtesy of the Lawrence Convention & Visitors Bureau:

  • Assessing Child Abuse Conference, June 22-23, 200, $14,117.
  • Al Ice Wooden Bat Tournament, June 25-28, 125, $8,823.
  • KU Restatement of Tort & Product Liability, June 26-28, 125, $8,823.
  • Kansas Taxidermist Assn., June 26-28, 125, $8,823.
  • Kansas Trial Lawyers Assn., June 26-28, 125, $8,823.
  • Ernst & Young, June 28-July 2, 100, $7,058.
  • Choral Directors Institute, June 29-July 4, 75, $7,941.
  • Sport 2 Sport Firecracker Baseball Tournament, July 3-5, 450.

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