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VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2 We're on the Web at: JAMES TERRONES, KCA PAST PRESIDENT, SEEKS POSITION O N A C A D ELEGATE A SSEMBLY I N THE AREA OF M EMBER- AT-LARGE ETHNIC MINORITY tation Process. James received son County Department of a B.A. in Criminal Justice/ Corrections Juvenile Deten- Police Administration from Parkville University. James began his career with James is the Past-President of the Kansas Department of the Kansas Correctional Asso- Nazarene University Corrections in 1979. He ciation. Professional associa- served as a Correctional Offi- tions include: Olathe Human cer, Parole Officer, Institu- Relations Commission, Kansas tional Parole Officer, Inter- Hispanic & Latino American State Compact Administrator, Affairs Commission, Gover- Director Eastern Parole Re- nor's Task Force on Racial Oct 26—29, 2008 James Terrones, past Presi- gion, and Community Pro- Profiling, National Association dent of KCA, is running for gram Consultant. In 1996, of Hispanics in Criminal Jus- ACA Delegate Assembly in the James became employed with tice-Committee Chair, Cor- area of At-Large Ethnic Minor- the Johnson County Juvenile rectional Accreditation Manag- ity. The election for this posi- Detention Center as Deputy ers Association, American tion will be held in the spring Director for Programs. His Correctional Association, Kan- of 2008. James would appreci- primary duties include, Train- sas Correctional Association INSIDE THIS ISSUE: ate your vote in this election. ing & Staff Development, Ac- and the Olathe Police Founda- tivities & Volunteer/Intern James Terrones is the Deputy Programs, Classification, Sup- Director for Programs, John- port Services and the Accredi- MAUREEN MCREYNOLDS 2 GOVERNOR SEBELIUS REAPPOINTS JAMES TERRONES TO KHLAAC DEBORAH FERGUSON James Terrones, Olathe, "Growing up, my parents KHLAAC's offices are located AN D S HANNON MUR- was reappointed as a member taught me the importance of at: LSOB, 900 SW Jackson, of the Kansas Hispanic and giving back to our Ste 100, Topeka, KS 66612, Latin American Affairs community," Governor STAFF HAPPENINGS Commission (KHLAAC) for a Sebelius said. "These Kansans three-year term. who are willing to give their REGIONAL TRAINING time and talents to help REGISTRATION FORM 5 This commission coordinates, improve various aspects of our assists and cooperates with state are very much organizations to serve the needs of Kansans in the areas of Hispanic culture, You can access KHLAAC's education, employment, website at: health and housing. THOMAS SCHMITT—NEW KCA MEMBER-AT-LARGE Thomas Schmitt is our newest inmate programs and services for the Tom and his family have lived in Member-at-Large, appointed to the United States Disciplinary Barracks Lenexa, Kansas for over 10 years, seat vacated by Deborah Ferguson. (USDB), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. and they consider Kansas their This facility is the only maximum Tom is a Certified Correctional security facility in the Department of Manager (CCM), Certified Tom has been actively involved with Correctional Health Professional the American Correctional (CCHP), and is a Certified Auditor Tom has over 16 years of Association for over 15 years. He for the American Correctional experience in military corrections as has presented at regional and a social worker and health care national conferences on correctional administrator. In addition, he served health care issues and has served on He retired from the Medical Service as a consultant for Detainee the International Corrections Corps, U. S. Army as a Lieutenant Operations in Guantanamo Bay, Committee for ACA. Colonel, after 28 years of military Cuba, and deployed to Iraq to service. After retiring from the support detainee operations. He Army, he served as the developed the initial mental health Superintendent, Juvenile Detention mission for detainees in Iraq and Facility, Jackson County, Missouri coordinated training in the field of for over one year, before returning corrections for deploying health care to the Army as a civil service employee. He currently manages MAUREEN MCREYNOLDS, TCF, PASSES AWAY FAIRBURY, IL- Maureen Patricia Visitation was from 6:00 to 8:00 Linwood, Kansas. McReynolds, 49, of Topeka, Kansas p.m. Sunday, March 23, 3008 at and formerly of Fairbury died of Duffy-Pils Memorial Home, Extended family members include cancer at 5:30p.m. Sunday, March Fairbury with a rosary recited at an aunt and uncle, Myrtle Greene 16, 2008 at Research Medical and Robert McReynolds, and several cousins, nieces and nephews. Center, Kansas City, MO, Maureen was born December 26, surrounded by members of her 1958 in Champaign, Illinois, the Maureen was preceded in death by loving family, a former colleague daughter of James and Barbara Ann her mother, Barbara McReynolds of from work , Liz Rice (Corrections Zimbrick McReynolds. Fairbury, Illinois. Manager II, Kansas Department of Corrections), and her long-time Surviving Maureen is her father, Maureen attended Fairbury public parish priest, Monsignor Vincent James McReynolds, St. Louis, Mis- schools and graduated from Krische of St. Ann's parish, Prairie souri, one brother, James Fairbury-Cropsey High School. She Village, Kansas. McReynolds, Fairbury, two half- graduated from the University of brothers, Shawn (Linda) Kansas (KU) with a Masters degree Maureen was employed as a Unit McReynolds and Brian (Julianna) in Social Welfare. She was very Team Manager at the Topeka McReynolds, of Aurora, Illinois, one active in the St. Lawrence Student Correctional Facility, Topeka, Kan- Do believe I'll never leave you: half-sister, Heather McReynolds, Center while attending KU. sas, from 1984 to the present. Always I'll be in your heart. Aurora, IL, her uncle and The family suggests memorials be Don't forget my soul is near you, A funeral Mass was held at 10:00 am Godfather, Dr. John D. Zimbrick given to St. John the Baptist Catholic And so we'll never be apart. Monday, March 24, 2008 at St. John (Anita), Fort Collins, Colorado, Church, Fairbury. the Baptist Catholic Church, cousins David Zimbrick of - G.P. da Palestrina Fairbury, IL with Fr. Scott Archer Grandview, Missouri, and Elyzabeth officiating. Burial was in St. John's (Jeff Ritz) Zimbrick Navarre, and Catholic Cemetery, Fairbury. Godson, Phelan Ritz-Navarre of Do not stand at my grave and weep. When you wake from sleep in the early morning hush, I am the swift, uplifting rush of quiet birds in circling flight. I am the soft, starlight at night. I am a thousand winds that swiftly blow. I am the diamond glint Do not stand at my grave and weep. on newly fallen snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the soft and gentle autumn rain VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2 GEORGE PENN, FORMER KDOC E MPLOYEE, PASSES AWAY Building Chief Psychiatrist at the husband Jesse; sister Sue Colmery O'Neil Veterans Barnes; cousin Dick Ince and The Wintergreen Nature Administration until his wife Ann; brother Jack Penn Foundation, Route 1, Box retirement in September 1995. preceded him in death. 770, Roseland, VA 22967, He also worked part-time for the A memorial service was held at Kansas Department of 1:00 p.m., Saturday, February Corrections (KDOC) Reception The Nelson County 16 at Penwell Gable Midtown and Diagnostic Center as a Community Fund Of the Chapel, Topeka Kansas. Physician Specialist from April Charlottesville Area 1981 to February 1991. There was also a memorial Community Fund, P.O. service near his home in Box 253, Nellysford, VA George is survived by his Nellysford, Virginia, March 16, 22958, (540) 213-2150, companion of 14 years, Elaine 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Wilcox. Children: Mark Penn George M. Penn, MD, 77, Wintergreen Mountain Inn. and wife Kimberly; Cindi Buck Nellysford Virginia, formally of and husband Mark; Russell Penn In lieu of flowers, donations Topeka, passed peacefully and wife Kelly (KDOC Central may be made to the following "Love is my Sword, surrounded by his family on Office Employee); David Penn; organizations in his memory: Goodness my Armor, Friday, January 18, 2008. daughter-in-law Joanna Penn. His grandchildren: Rachel and Elliot Almost Home Pet Adoption George worked at the Buck; Natalie and Olivia Penn, Center, Humane Society/SPCA Menninger Foundation as a staff and Alex and Brian Sonnich. His of Nelson County, 29 psychiatrist from 1967 to siblings: sister Mary Key and Stagebridge Road, Lovingston, 1980. He then worked as VA 22949, (434) 263-7722 D EBORAH FERGUSON APPOINTED D EPUTY DIRECTOR OF DG CO COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS AND SHANNON MURPHY HEADS DOUGLAS COUNTY JAIL REENTRY PROGRAM Deborah Ferguson, who has Douglas County Community County Community resigned her position as KCA Member-at-Large was recently Shannon heads a one-person selected by Director Ron Stegall With the passage of SB 14, the ReEntry department that's to fill the Deputy Director posi- Kansas Department of Correc- purpose is to identify gaps tion at Douglas County Commu- tions' Community Corrections former inmates face when they nity Corrections, vacated by Section recently grew from 4 are released. Examples of those staff (Director, 2 Program Con- gaps include an inability to find sultant IIs, and 1 State Auditor) housing and jobs right away. Douglas County Community to 11 staff (with the addition of 2 There also are time lapses in how Corrections is a state funded, Program Consultant IIs, 2 Staff soon they can continue health, county controlled intensive su- Development Is, 1 Accountant mental health and substance pervision probation (ISP) pro- Deborah Ferguson II, 1 Research Anlyst III, and 1 abuse treatments they may have gram designed to develop com- Administrative Specialist). started while in jail. munity-based correctional sen- Kathleen Graves, who has tencing options for adult offend- worked for the Kansas Depart- The Douglas County Jail's ReEn- ers who would otherwise be ment of Corrections since 1988, try program's focus is on repeat incarcerated in local or state is Director of the Kansas Depart- ment of Corrections' Commu- "We're looking for those who nity Corrections Section. have been in (jail) several times Prior to her appointment, Deb- and see if we can target some orah worked for the Kansas De- Shannon Murphy became the risks and needs that may have partment of Corrections' Com- Director of ReEntry at the been overlooked," Murphy said. munity Corrections Services Douglas County Jail on January Source: Lawrence Journal World Section as a Program Consultant 28, 2008, after spending the past II, after working many years for 12 years working for Douglas

Staff Happenings staff as well as community substance Services Manager). Peggy will be working abuse treatment providers. During this with coordinators at Lansing and El Dorado time, she has also assisted with programs Correctional Facilities, and in parole, to audits, computer based training support the work of the cognitive specialists development and training development throughout the Department, and provide input across the state. into program, contract and policy development regarding the delivery of cognitive behavioral services and interven- After 32 years of service to the State of tions. Among other issues, Peggy will address Kansas, Norman Bacon, manager of tech readiness assessments and training, curriculum services and network security for the Kansas development, training of staff and volunteers, Department of Corrections retired in and information-sharing throughout the March. Norman began his career with the department and state. State of Kansas January 25th, 1975. A reception was held for Norman on Peggy comes to the Kansas Department of Wednesday March 5, 2008. Corrections from the Johnson County (Kansas) Department of Corrections, where she worked in the Adult Division as Training Effective Monday, March 16, 2008, Coordinator for three years and Senior Case Dan Winston was promoted to the Manager for seven years. Her work in Johnson newly created Trainer (Field Skills County included becoming trained to train Developer) position at Ellsworth Cor- facilitators of cognitive behavioral groups, and rectional Facility (ECF). Dan will be doing ongoing facilitator training in Kansas and assigned to the Kansas Department of nationally, through the National Institute of Correction's Programs, Research and Corrections (NIC). Peggy also developed Support Services Division and training for staff, and provided coaching and Melanie Scott was promoted to the supervised by a Central Office position modeling of cognitive behavioral position of Trainer (Curriculum Developer) [Beverly Fertig, Trainer (Lead Skills interventions. Peggy has facilitated Thinking with the Kansas Department of Corrections Developer)], but he will be located at for a Change/cognitive-based client groups on January 28, 2008. This position is ECF. Dan will be responsible for since December 1999. Also for over three located in the KDOC Central Office and is delivering case management training and years Peggy has served as a Regional Field responsible for developing and coordinating providing skills development services to Coordinator for NIC's regional training training programs for corrections case managers in facilities and offices initiative, which involves working in the counselors. Melanie will be working with throughout the State with an emphasis central region with other trainers to develop Central Office Facility Management staff, on the Ellsworth and Larned geographic training plans and deliver training sessions in a facility Classification Administrators, facility cooperative effort to build the capacity of Unit Team Managers, and other subject corrections agencies. matter experts to develop training designed to teach basic skills for new counselors and provide continuing education opportunities for existing staff. These duties include further development of KDOC's distance learning capacity, evaluating training needs, and trainer development. Melanie has been with KDOC since June 2003 as a Staff Development Specialist working with the 2003-SB123 team. She has spent the past several years delivering Thinking for a Peggy Bryan, who began working for Colene Fischli , KCA President, was pro- Change, Cognitive Behavioral Interventions the Kansas Department of Corrections moted to the position of Corrections Manager 2-Day, LSI-R, CRC, ACMS, Evidence (KDOC) on Monday, March 3, 2008, is II at the Topeka Correctional Facility. Previ- Based Practices, and Training for Trainers KDOC's new Public Service Executive ously, Colene had worked in the Central Of- to Facility, Community and Field Services (Statewide R3 Cognitive Behavioral fice of the Kansas Department of Corrections.

VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2 Kansas HeroINE: Clarina Nichols, Women's suffragette and Abolitionist, 1810—1885 quickly decided to migrate to the new This successful campaign, which ended with territory, partly so that her sons could the referendum of October 4, 1859, how- establish new free-state homesteads and ever, did not end the struggle for equality. because of George Nichols' failing health. Kansas was a vital battleground for woman's In 1854 she joined the New England Emi- rights, and events here remained important grant Aid Society and soon moved her to the national movement. Thus, when the family to a claim in southern Douglas Kansas campaign for equal suffrage was County, near Prairie City. launched in 1867, Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Olympic Brown, and Elizabeth Cady Clarina Nichols' contribution to reform Stanton joined Clarina I. H. Nichols in a val- in Kansas focused mostly on woman's iant but futile effort. Kansas voters rejected rights, but like most activist women of amendments for both female and African her day, she also was opposed to slavery. American suffrage. The cause of woman's Her husband died in 1855, and Nichols rights advanced slowly, thereafter, but it did spent much of 1856 on the campaign trail advance, thanks to Nichols and many other seeking support for Kansas and John C. selfless and dedicated women. Nichols left Kansas in 1871 to be with two of her children Clarina Nichols, a recognized leader in Fremont, Republican presidential nomi- in California, where she died on January 11, the woman's rights movement and a cham- nee. On October 4, 1856, she wrote 1885. But, of course, the cause lived on. pion of many other reform causes before Thaddeus Hyatt regarding the objectives Two years after Nichols' death, Kansas ever moving to Kansas Territory, was born of her recent speaking tour in Pennsyl- women could vote in municipal elections, Clarina Irene Howard in West Town- vania: "In the first place I am laboring . . and in 1912 they succeeded in their long shend, Vermont, on January 25, 1810. She to subsist my two sons in the Free State effort to amend the state constitution and received an above average education for army of Kansas by the pay I get from the gain equality at the polls. her day, taught school, married at age lectures." Subsequently, Nichols moved twenty, worked for a newspaper (the the family to Wyandotte County, where Windham County Democrat in Brattle- in the spring of 1857 she became associate buro, Vermont), and had three children. In editor of the Quindaro Chindowan, an addition, she founded a seminary for young antislavery newspaper. Nichols traveled Bassett, T. D. Seymour. Biographical Sketch. ladies in Herkimer, New York. In 1843, throughout the territory lecturing about Notable American Women, 1607-1950: A soon after divorcing her first husband, equality, gathering signatures on peti- Biographical Dictionary. Cambridge, Mass: Justin Carpenter, she married George W. tions, and by 1859 building support for Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Nichols, the Democrat's editor who was her participation at the Wyandotte Con- twenty-eight years her senior. (One son, stitutional Convention. These petitions George B., was born to this union.) Mrs. persuaded the delegates to give Nichols a Gambone, Joseph G., editor. "The Forgotten Nichols ultimately took over the newspa- voice and a platform. She sat in on the Feminist of Kansas: The Papers of Clarina I. per's editorial duties, making the Democ- convention's daily proceedings, occupy- H. Nichols, 1854-1885." Kansas Historical rat more literary and more closely aligned ing a seat of prominence next to the chap- Quarterly 39 (Spring 1973): 12-57, and with a variety of reform causes. lain. While there, she lobbied the dele- seven subsequent issues. gates to grant women equal educational opportunities and the right to vote in Nichols inaugurated her woman's rights school district elections, as well as equal Kellogg, Lyman B. "The Founding of the career with a series of articles criticizing standing on child custody matters and State Normal School." Kansas Historical Col- standard property restrictions on married equality in holding real and personal lections, 1911-1912 12 (1912): n. 94-95. women, of the time. Her literary cam- property. Largely due to Nichols' lobby- paign, along with the efforts of other ing efforts, the Wyandotte Constitution Source: Kansas Historical Society woman's rights reformers, ultimately suc- guaranteed these rights to Kansas women, ceeded in changing statutes in both New and once the convention finished its York and Vermont by 1852. Nichols' ef- Please read Revolutionary Heart: The Life of work, Nichols campaigned for the consti- forts made her something of a regional Clarina Nichols and the Pioneering Crusade tution's adoption by the electorate. celebrity and a sought after public speaker. for Women's Rights by Diane Eickhoff When Kansas and Nebraska were opened (Quindaro Press), 2007, ISBN: 976443449, to non-Indian settlement in 1854, Nichols VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2

c/o Colene Fischli Topeka Correctional Facility 815 SE Rice Road Topeka, Kansas 66607 Tel me and I forget. KCA EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. Colene Fischli, President ((785) 296-7287 [email protected] Karen Rohling, Vice President (620) 285-6249 [email protected] Peggy Steimel, Secretary (620) 285-0300 [email protected] Sandy Barnett, Treasurer (785) 296-5676 [email protected] Jeff Duncan, Member-at-Large (785) 296-5685 [email protected] Please forward articles, suggestions, Ron McVeigh, Member-at-Large and KCA Webmaster (785) 296-2942 [email protected] comments, reminisces of times past, photographs, notices of personnel changes, Geri Reece, Member-at-Large job listings, and other news-worthy items (913) 715-4510 [email protected] to The KCA Eagle newsletter editor, Thomas J. Schmitt, Member-at-Large Holly Zane at LSOB, 900 SW Jackson, (913) 758-3919 [email protected] 4th Floor, Topeka, KS 66612 or James Terrones, Past President (913) 764-7411 [email protected]



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SPECIAL CALL MEETING January 4, 2016 A Special Call Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Natchez, Mississippi, was held in the Council Chambers at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, January 4, 2016. Mayor Pro Tempore Arceneaux-Mathis presided at the meeting. Elected Officials City Officials & Present Absent Department Larry L. Brown Donnie Holloway, City ClerkMayor Hyde Carby, City Attorney