LMH plans open house to dedicate unit
Lawrence Memorial Hospital and the LMH Endowment Assn. will sponsor a community open house and dedication from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to celebrate the newly expanded Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit.
The renovation and expansion of the unit was made possible in part by a grant from the William T. Kemper Foundation, Commerce Bank Trustee.
The Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit is designed to return patients to an optimal level of health and activity following heart attacks, heart surgeries and angioplasties.
It is also used by patients who are diagnosed with unstable angina or coronary artery disease.
Historical society offers to ID artifacts for free
Topeka -- The Kansas State Historical Society will sponsor a free artifact identification session from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 19 in the lobby of the Center for Historical Research at the Kansas History Center, 6425 S.W. Sixth Ave.
Staff archeologists will be on hand to identify American Indian artifacts from the Kansas and Central Plains. Appraisals will not be given.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see volunteers working in the center's archeology lab, demonstrating how artifacts are cleaned, sorted, catalogued and stored.
For more information, call (785) 272-8681, ext. 255, or visit the society's Web site at www.kshs.org.
Sloan re-appointed to national committee
Rep. Tom Sloan, R-Lawrence, has been re-appointed to the Environment Committee of the Council of State Governments.
The council is the only national organization in which members of the legislative, executive and judicial government branches work together to address state issues.
Sloan is serving his fifth term in the Kansas House.
University sets exams
Kansas University has announced the following final examinations:
Marie Kelleher, history, "The Fragility of the Female Sex: Women and the Law in the Fourteenth-Century Crown of Aragon," 10:30 a.m. March 31, 3008 Wescoe Hall.