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Today's News

  • St. Elmo News

    ANNOUNCEMENTS
    Wednesday, Nov. 2
    • Wright’s Corner Unit of Home and Community Education, 1 p.m., Loudon Town House.

    Thursday, Nov. 3
    • St. Elmo Business Association, noon, Mary Ann’s Restaurant.
    • The Wheatland Unit of Home and Community Education, 1:30 p.m.
    • St. Elmo Women’s Civic Club, 7 p.m., St. Elmo Public Library. The program will be given by Noma Moore on fundraising ideas. Members are reminded to turn in their fruitcake, nuts and candy orders at the meeting.

  • Evergreen Outreach

    By Joyce Mueller
    A few enjoyable hours are always reserved for everyone attending the Monday programs at Evergreen Outreach. One can visit, learn and have a good time listening to special entertainment.
    This week, we had a Halloween afternoon program at Fayette County Hospital's Long Term Care facility.
    Pianist Betty Stolte opened the program with a variety of selections, which included, “The Lighthouse,” “Mansion on the Hill,” “Born Again” and “Dwelling In Beulah Land.”

  • Church Briefs

    'Total Money Makeover' at Northside

    Northside Christian Church will present Dave Ramsey's "Total Money Makeover," beginning this Sunday.
    The one-hour classes will meet every Sunday from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the church. There is no cost to attend, as material will be provided by the church.
    Those who are planning to participate are asked to contact the church (283-1970 or www.northsidecc@att.net) so that enough workbooks can be ordered.

  • 'Someday' Sunday event to welcome procrastinators

    Procrastinators like to wait until the last minute to get things done. As a matter of fact, the procrastinators motto is, “Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.”

  • Committee hosts job shadowing event

    The Transition Planning Committee of the Bond/Fayette region hosted a job shadowing event in honor of the national day of disability awareness, Disability Mentoring Day.
    Thirty-two high school students from each of the six school districts – Greenville, Mulberry Grove, Vandalia, Ramsey, Brownstown and St. Elmo participated in the event.
    Students chose one job site to tour and listen to business owners and community leaders describe their career choice and the qualities they look for when hiring employees.

  • School Menus

    BROWNSTOWN
    Elementary
    Breakfast
    Monday, Nov. 7 – Choice of cereal, toast and jelly.   
    Tuesday, Nov. 8 – Pancakes w/syrup.
    Wednesday, Nov. 9 – Choice of cereal, toast and jelly.   
    Thursday, Nov. 10 – Breakfast to go.   
    Friday, Nov. 11 – No school.
    •Milk and juice or fruit offered daily.
    Lunch
    Monday, Nov. 7 – Hot dog on bun, carrots and celery w/dip, corn chips, sliced pears and milk.    

  • KC Bohner Scholarship

    The Kaskaskia College Foundation recently awarded Clint Mason of Vandalia the Steve and Patti Bohner Scholarship in memory of Robert G. Burnside.

    Mason is a 2009 graduate of Vandalia High School and is a sophomore at KC pursuing an associate of arts degree. He is the son of Jim Mason and Tammy Wolff. Pictured above, from left to right, are Steve Bohner, Clint Mason and Patti Bohner.

  • Denny Scholarship Recipient

    The Kaskaskia College Foundation has announced that Brett Ambuehl of Mulberry Grove, left, was recently named the recipient of the Frank M. Denny Memorial Scholarship.

  • School Briefs

    Brownstown Schools seeks Glee grant

    The Brownstown School District's music department has applied for a grant from the Fox TV series Glee by submitting a video online, and it's now needing assistance from the public.
    The grant funds being awarded will total $1 million, with individual grants of up to $50,000 being given.

  • KC Vandalia Campus classes

    The Kaskaskia College Office of Continuing/Community Education will offer a social networking class at the Vandalia Campus.
    The class will focus on how businesses can learn to use Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites to their advantage.
    This course will include building pages, security and customizing pages. Internet experience is necessary.
    The cost for the course is $20; students over 60 may register at no cost.
    The class is being offered on Tuesdays, Nov. 15 and 22, from 4-6 p.m. Prior knowledge of the internet is required.