Published on July 11, 2009
2009 Fall Festival Grand Marshals Class 1A High School State Basketball Champions: Meridian High School Boys Basketball Team Meridian was ranked at or near the top of the Class 1A poll all season. The Meridian Hawks finished 31-2 for the 2008-09 season after winning the IHSA Class 1A Boys Basketball State Championship at Peoria Civic Center. Highlights during the season included the Hawks winning their first Okaw Valley Conference Tournament title by beating St. Teresa 69-63. The Hawks beat Class 2A Seneca 51-43 in the Riverton Shootout. During the season, the Hawks scored 2,221 points in 33 games for an average of more than 67 points per game. Due to a strong defensive effort by the Hawks, the team held their opponents to 1,555 total points scored in 33 games, for an average of 47 points per game. The largest margin of victory in one game for the Hawks was 47 points and their two losses this year came by a total of 7 points. This was the first state final appearance for the Meridian Boys Basketball team. The road to state began when the Hawks beat Central A&M 65-42 in the Class 1A Regional Final to advance to sectionals at Tuscola. The Hawks beat Gibson City in the Sectional Semifinal 67-53 and beat Salt Fork in the Sectional Championship 67-41. In the Super-Sectional game at Bloomington Redbird Arena, the Hawks beat Colfax-Ridgeview 76-62. At Peoria Civic Center during the Class 1A state contest, the Hawks beat Annawan 51-47 in the State Semifinals and beat Woodlawn 63-53 in the State Championship. The Hawks enjoyed a heartwarming and emotional homecoming celebration at the high school after returning from Peoria and winning the state championship, where hundreds of Meridian Hawk fans came to congratulate them for a victorious and poignant season. The Meridian Boys basketball team enjoyed one of the perks of winning a state championship by meeting Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn at the State Capitol. The Hawks have been honored by many supporters and fans after the post-season. This was a memorable and exciting season that will never be forgotten by the Hawks Basketball Team, families and fans! Article by: Scott Swigert
Photograph by Kevin Krows Sports Photography Meridian High School Meridian High School Boys Basketball Team Cheerleaders Coach: Coach: Jack Blickensderfer Carol Dodson Assistant Coaches: Cheerleaders: Mike Stogsdill, Darrin Shasteen, Lauren Doyle, Jerrica Doyle, Clint Cowman and Caleb Renfro Megan Smith, Megan Bledsoe, Senior Hawks: Audrina Pryer, Briana Stephens, Dakota Getz, Jacob Shasteen, Kellie Cornwell Logan Washburn, Josh Thompson Hawk Mascot: and Brandon Kitchens Jamie Ellis Junior Hawks: Cory Burns, Trent Swigert, Casey Dodson and Kyle Fore Meridian High School Sophomore Hawks: Dance Squad Kyle Gates, Bryson Barnes and Caleb Brown Coach: Kourtney Kantor Freshman Hawks: Michael Tague and Tyler Albers Dance Squad: Kelsey Jacobs, Mariah Henderson, Managers: Tiffany Rohman, Shanlee Bratten, Scott Swigert, Christy Ellis Whitley Baker, Christina Mathias, and Evan Collins Valerie Castle and Allison Mowry
Fall Festival Directors Co-Presidents .................................Cory & Jan Ritter Secretary .........................................Roberta Gorden Treasurer .........................................Diana Kupish 50/50 Raffle .....................................Cory & Jan Ritter Bingo................................................Beth Calvert & Sally Brown Booklet ............................................Jan Ritter & Erin Svendsen Booklet Advertising ........................Fall Festival Directors Booklet Cover .................................Erin Svendsen Booklet Printing ..............................The Blue Mound Leader Car Show .........................................Bob Brownlee Sr. & Mike Fisher Chicken Dinner ...............................Tom, Diana, Cory, Jan & Cale Ritter Compliments Of ..............................Eleanor Zeeb Danny R. Byard Memorial Run ......Jodi True & Terry Holmgren Electricity ........................................Dave Cribbet Friday Games ..................................Susan Deetz Horseshoe Pitch .............................Corey Trimble & Matt McNeely Parade ............................................. Becky Hale, Scott Swigert & Chris Kupish Photography Exhibit .......................Erin Svendsen & Lisa Dalke Pork Chop Dinner ........................... Cindy & Kenny Ervin, Stephanie Renfro, Mike Blakeman, Dwight Peck Publicity ...........................................Fall Festival Directors Recycling .........................................Lisa Dalke Royalty Contest ..............................Lindsay Hutchens Sound...............................................Dirk Tucker Stands..............................................Larry Brown Sunday Service ...............................Pastor Greg Mathias Tables & Chairs ...............................Fall Festival Directors Taste of Fall Festival .......................Jill Jones & Megan Pistorius Volleyball Tournament .................... Pat Nolen Musselman, Bryan & Leesa DiUlio Washers Tournament .....................Pete Pistorius & Matt Brown
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50/50 Raffle Saturday | 9:30 pm | Raffle Tent Last year’s winner won 900! Tickets will be on sale in the Raffle Tent. Thursday: 5 pm – 10 pm Friday: 5 pm – 12 pm Saturday: 3 pm – 9:30 pm 6 tickets = $5 1 ticket = $1
BINGO! Thursday–Saturday | 6:00 pm Wise Park Basketball Court Win prizes ranging from cash, round-trip Amtrak tickets, airplane rides, haircuts, a Blue Mound Leader subscription and more. Stay late to play blackout each night! 2 cards for a quarter
Taste of Fall Festival Thursday | 6:30 pm | Wise Park Stage Contest is open to all local vendors Each participating vendor will select one menu item for judging by four local food connoisseurs. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the winner. 2008 Winner: Chili Cheese Deezies For more information, please contact Jill Jones at 415-5091 or Megan Pistorius at 692-2580.
Photography Exhibit Thursday–Saturday | Wise Park “Our Town, Blue Mound” Let your creativity interpret your Blue Mound surroundings in a photo. Requirements Photos can be any size and must be photographed within August 2008 and August 2009. Matting and framing is recommended, but not required. Entry Fee $5 per photo entry Submissions Photo entries will be accepted between 9:00 am and noon on August 8th at the First Christian Church in Blue Mound. Judging Photos will be judged in two categories: Adult and Youth (17 & under). Judges include: Rory Schweighart, Christopher Rory Photography, Mahomet, IL; Mandy Schwartz, Graduate of University of Illinois; and Anne-Marie Cheely, Graduate of University of Illinois. Prizes Monetary prizes will be awarded for top three places in each category. Information Please contact Erin Svendsen at 855-8193 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Pageant Thursday | 7:00 pm | Wise Park Stage Little Miss Contest Contestants will have completed 3rd, 4th or 5th grade. Girls will introduce themselves on stage and answer three short, fun questions in their favorite summer dress or outfit. Junior Miss Contest Contestants will have completed 6th, 7th or 8th grade. Girls will interview with judges, give a short commercial on their favorite sport or extracurricular activity and model their favorite party dress on stage. Miss Blue Mound Fall Festival Contest Single ladies between the ages of 16 and 21 will interview with judges, give a short speech on a topic of their choice and model their favorite gown on stage. Friday | 6:00 pm | Wise Park Stage Baby: Birth up to 12 months Prince & Princess: 12 months up to 3 years old Mini King & Queen: 3 to 5 years old Contestants must live within the Meridian School District. For details and to register, contact Lindsay Hutchens at 865-2733 (home), 791-2177 (cell) or lindsay.hutchens@ verizon.net. Registration forms are available at The State Bank of Blue Mound, Mane Tamers, The Blue Mound Memorial Library and the P&G gas stations. Miss, Junior and Little Miss contestants must register by July 31.
19 Annual th Blue Mound Lions Club 2-Man Scramble Friday | 7:30 am Shotgun Start Moweaqua Golf Course Entry Fee $40 per player includes green fees, riding cart and tee gift. Registration Call Kim Brown at 676-3271, Dave Calvert at 692-2056, Matt Brown at 836-8862 or the Blue Mound Leader office at 692-2323 to sign up your team.
Carnival Rides Thursday | 5:00 pm Friday | 4:00 pm Saturday | 12:00 pm Wise Park Carnival rides by Conner Amusements. Youth Games Friday | 10:00 am Meridian Intermediate School Yard One race for children walking to age 2. Five races each for the following age groups: Pre-K, K–1st, 2nd–3rd, 4th–5th and middle school (last grade completed). Prizes will be awarded for top three places and all participants.
Char-Broiled Pork Chop Dinner Friday | 4:00 pm | Wise Park Pavilion Dinner includes 1 or 2 pork chops, potato, green beans, applesauce, bread and butter, and tea.
Rock of Ages Friday | 8:00 pm | Wise Park Stage Steve Jackson, baritone sax, sound Larry Clark, guitar, vocals, phonographic memory Jon Grubb, vocals, high energy front man, show Doug Nicholson, keyboards, harp, vocals Dave Morrow, drums, sled dog, humor Cayla Hittmeier, vocals, diva, looks, youth, show Phil Hazenfield, bass, sled dog, business details Marvin Knox, tenor/alto sax, flute, vocals, show
19th Annual Danny R. Byard Memorial Saturday | 8:00 am | Wise Park 5K and One Mile Fun Run Course Registration Flat and Fast Register in Wise Park on the day of the race, Male Age Divisions 7:00–7:45 am 17 & under | 18–24 | 25–29 30–34 | 35–39 | 40–44 Information and 45–49 | 50 & over to Pre-Register Byard Memorial Run Female Age Divisions c/o Jodi True 17 & under | 18–25 | 26–35 505 West Dunbar 36–45 | 46 & over Blue Mound, IL 62513 Entry Fee 692-2292 $10 Pre-Registration $12 after August 10th 2009 Danny R. Byard Scholarship Recipient John Easter
Sponsors Macon County Deputies Blue Mound Lodge, F.O.P. Lodge #144 #682 AF & AM Refreshment Services Pepsi Likes Insurance Agency The State Bank of Blue Mound Tom Jones & Associates The Blue Mound Leader TJ’s Custom Embroidery Brownlee’s Auto Body P & G Quickstop Trimble Construction First Christian Church Swigert Landscaping Linda’s Place Blue Mound Firefighters IV Container Village of Blue Mound Monsanto Douglas Shroyer, D.M.D. Pulley, Martynowski Prairieland Ag & Blakeman Blackland Transportation Chambers Customs Mane Tamers/Micro Tan U Need A Wash James M. Bock, M.D. Village Travel Blue Mound Lions Club NAME AGE ADDRESS SEx CITY STATE ZIP ENTRANT’S SIGNATURE DATE Signature of parent or guardian for consent if entrant is under 18 years of age Waiver: In consideration of my entry, I for myself, my executors, administrators and assigns, do hereby release and discharge The Blue Mound Fall Festival, City of Blue Mound, all Race Sponsors and workers for any injuries suffered by me at the event. I certify that I have trained for a race of this distance and weather conditions, and I am physically fit for the race entered. 5 K RACE ONE MILE FUN RUN & WALK
Parade Saturday | Blue Mound Parade Route Line-up 10:00 am | Parade 11:00 am Commercial Floats 1. Any type of vehicle or animal may be entered. 2. If a towing vehicle is used as a means of moving the float, it will not be judged as part of the float and need not be decorated. 3. If any entry is self-propelled, such as a truck, it will be judged the same as a float. 4. Advertising should be of good taste and placed so as not to interfere with the view of the float. Non-Profit Floats The same rules apply to non-profit organization floats, as for commercial floats, except no advertising may be visible on the float itself. The name of the owner is not considered as advertising in the case of a privately owned vehicle, such as farm vehicles.
Awards for Comercial and Non-Profit Floats 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $60 $40 $30 Walking Entries Decorated, walking entries will be judged in a class by themselves, and are for non-profit groups only. Prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $30 $20 $10 Bicycle Entries Decorated, bicycle entries will be judged in a class by themselves. Prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $15 $10 $5 No ATV’s or motorcycles with non-licensed drivers will be allowed. No parking will be allowed on parade route from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. Anyone wishing to enter the parade should contact Becky Hale at 692-2513 or Scott Swigert at 692-2877.
5 Annual th Fun Cruise-In Saturday | 1:00–5:00 pm | Wise Park Hot rods, antiques, trucks, tractors and more are welcome! Plaques and prizes will be awarded. Entry Fee $5 per vehicle For more information, call Bob Brownlee at 692-2511 or 692-2880
Fireman Waterball Tournament Saturday | 1:00 pm College St. | South of Seiberling Fire departments from across the area compete with one another to maintain control of a ball tethered on a line. Control is maintained by spraying the ball with a stream of water from the fire hoses. Departments compete while in full gear and try to push the ball across the other team’s side.
Horseshoe Pitching Tournament Saturday | 2:00 pm Wise Park Horseshoe Pits Two person teams will be determined by a blind draw. The tournament will be played as double elimination. Entry Fee $5 per person Prizes Monetary prizes will be awarded for top three places. For more information, please contact Corey Trimble at 553-2956.
Fried Chicken Dinner Saturday | 4:00 pm | Wise Park Pavilion Dinner includes quarter or half-size fried chicken, potato salad, baked beans, tomatoes, bread and butter, and tea.
3 Annual rd Washers Tournament Saturday | 4:00 pm | Wise Park This exciting event is suited for all skill levels. Enjoy fierce competition with some of the best arms in the area. Rules for this event will be 1-hole box rules from www.washerplayers.net. Entry Fee $10 per team of two Prizes Monetary prizes will be awarded for top three teams. Registration Registration will close at 3:00 pm on August 15. To sign up please contact Pete Pistorius at 433-3752 or email@example.com or Matt Brown at 836-8862 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Voice Saturday | 7:30 pm | Wise Park Stage One Voice is a new Southern Gospel group, started about a year ago. The group is a trio with lead singer, Sara Stokes of Decatur, alto singer, Della Eccles of Sullivan, and bass/baritone, Dustin Bradshaw of Decatur. They have performed in Michigan, Indiana and locally in their home state of Illinois. The group sings in churches, campgrounds, festivals, fairs and special events.
Church Service Sunday | 9:30 am | Wise Park Stage Everyone is welcome to attend this church service in the park. Dress is casual and you are encouraged to bring a lawn chair. If inclement weather the service will be moved inside Blue Mound United Methodist Church. Church Service Organizer Meridian Community Church of God Pastor Greg Mathias Fireman’s Lunch Sunday | Following Church Service Wise Park Pavilion Lunch includes hamburgers or cheeseburgers, chips and a drink. Voluntary donations can be made to support the Blue Mound Fire Department.
Volleyball Tournament Sunday | 1:00 pm Meridian Intermediate School Yard Co-ed volleyball tournament for high school age students and adults. Team Requirements 6 per team, 3 gals and 3 guys Divisions The competition will be split into two divisions: Recreation and Competitive. Entry Fee $5 per person pre-registration $6 per person on day of tournament Prizes Monetary prizes will be given for top three places. Registration To register or for more information, please contact Leesa and Brian DiUlio at 764-5419 or Pat (Nolen) Musselman at email@example.com.
Senior Citizen Parking Six spaces on the west side of the park are reserved on a first come first serve basis for senior citizens. No Animals in the Park Only service animals will be allowed in the park during the Festival.
RECYCLE! Bins for recycling are set up throughout the park. Best Wishes for our Festival. In memory of Jim. — Carol Jones — In Memory of Marshall Binkley
Local Churches Available for You Blue Mound United Methodist Church Rev. George Adam Bethel United Methodist Church First Christian Church Rev. Ellen Moma Meridian Community Church of God Pastor Greg Mathias Zion Chapel United Methodist Church Pastor Sally Hamon
Blue Mound United Methodist Church 692-2543 Corner of Lincoln and College Sunday School 9:15 Worship 10:30 Come be part of our family!
Meridian Community Church of God We don’t care where you have been, only where you are going! Fellowship Hour — Sunday morning 9:00 am Sunday morning Worship Service 10:00 am (Nursery and Jr. Church Available) Pastor greg mathias 217-692-2297 firstname.lastname@example.org 228 n. Lewis street P.o. Box 331 Blue Mound, iL 62513
Zion Chapel United Methodist Church Making disciples of Jesus Christ for over 150 years! Christ-centered Sharing God’s message of love Ready, willing & able Relevant Visible Sunday Worship 10:30 am Sunday School for all ages 9:30 am Church Phone: 217-692-2275 Church email: email@example.com Southwest of Boody at the corner of Zion Chapel & Nevada Roads
Blue Mound Fire and Rescue Officers Chief, John Holmgren Jr. Assistant Chief, Eric Smith Captain, John Charlton Lieutenant, Mike Lagala Lieutenant & EMS Officer, Chuck Carter, EMT Fire Fighters and First Responders Shaun Campbell Dustin Clark Harry Edwards, Retired Chief Pat Gentry Josh Hunt Joe Kantor Jenifer Landrus, Paramedic Doug Murphy Bryce Thiele Brett Thomas Cody Perrey Always with us, Billy Miller Cadet Jacob Hunt Trustees President, Kevin Bafford Secretary, Harold Ward Treasurer, Pete Pistorius
Serving the Community Meridian Board of Education Ruth Hilvety, President Vicky Carr, Vice President Rob Comerford, Secretary Bryan Barnes Brent Doyle Ina Brown Liz Wells Dr. Frank Meyer, Superintendent Pleasant View Township Thomas W. Ritter, Supervisor William Dalluge, Jr., Clerk Larry Bonn, Road Commissioner Trustees: Roberta Gorden, Leon Kallenbach, Chet Minks & Dean Wetzel Cemetery Trustees: Robert Funk, Vic Oxby & William Sheppard Blue Mound Township Marcia Potrafka, Supervisor Leon Wells, Clerk E. Philip Revis, Road Commissioner Trustees: Dave Anderson, Mark Damery, Kim Goodbrake & Dean Williamson Cemetery Trustees: Dale H. Brown, Meredith Miller & Oran Parrish
BLUE MOUND POLICE DEPARTMENT Dial-A-Cop 692-2711 Office Hours 8 to 4:30 After Hours Phone 454-7271 or if emergency 911 Police Chief — Tom Bingaman Best Wishes for a Successful 2009 Fall Festival from the village of Blue Mound Jerry Reichert, Mayor Tom Bingaman, Chief of Police BOARD OF TRUSTEES Phil Crackel Kenny Ervin Margaret Sandberg Speedy Weybright Randy Behner John Holmgren, Sr. Jenny Prasun, Secretary & Treasurer Roger Cox, Streets, Water & Sewer Danny Pratt, Streets, Water & Sewer Cathy Cox, Clerk
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James M. Bock, M.D. 113 East Seiberling Street Blue Mound, IL 217-692-2151 FAMILY MEDICINE
Douglas S. Shroyer, D.M.D. GENERAL DENTISTRy … 692-2097 Hours: 8–5 Monday–Thursday Enjoy the Fall Festival from everyone at Linda’s Place (217) 692-2992 7:30 am –2 pm Mon 7:30 am –9 pm Tues–Sat Closed Sunday The Barber Styling Shop Rt. 48 Blue Mound, IL 62513 Tues–Fri 9–6 Call 692-2623 for an Appointment Bob Morton
BLUE MOUND MEMORIAL LIBRARY Phone 692-2774 Fax 692-2191 Library Hours monday–Wednesday 10–6 Thursday 10–8 Friday 10–6 Saturday 10–2 Saturday Summer Hours 10–12 Blue Mounders Museum 217 North Railroad Ave. Rt. 48 Memorabilia from: Blue Mound High School — Graduation pictures dating back to 1900, band items, basketball trophies and old uniforms Old pictures of the City of Blue Mound Pictures of the Coal Mine on north edge of town Post 293 American Legion items Many more old things P.S. Birdman is here Call John Moma at 692-2359 for an appointment. Donations accepted
THE STATE BANK OF BLUE MOUND Established 1912 Phone 692-2157 Blue Mound, IL 62513 Fax 692-2365 Dial-A-Bank 692-2046 ATM Located on Route 48 • I.R.A’s • Money Orders • Real Estate Loans • Drive-Up Facility • Personal Loans • Night Depository • Commercial Loans • Free Bank-By-Mail • Farm Loans • Notary Service • Auto Loans • Travelers Check • Shazam Card • Dial-A-Bank
MARVIN RANDELL POST 1107 BLUE MOUND AMERICAN LEGION Commander: Max White First Vice Commander: Charles J. Carter Adjutant: Michael Dunn Finance Officer: John Holmgren, Sr. Chaplain: Gerald Sievers Tom Atteberry Eugene Burns Malcolm R. Mathias Eldon Bandy Gerald Crackel Kenneth J. Miles Frank Bilyeu Milton Elliott Tracy A. Sunderland Laurence A. Blanchard Ron Hull Kelly True Daniel Bollhorst Danny Kitchens Charles L. Williams
Blue Mound Rotary Club The Best Fish Sandwich Our Big Polish Sausage in the Park Sandwiches Are More Always Hot and Delicious! Popular Every Year!! A LOT OF GOOD EATING FOR YOUR MONEY! HERE ARE YOUR ROTARY COOKS — ALL VERY QUALIFIED, JUST LET US PROVE IT! George Adam* Gordon Eckols* Chester Minks* Ethel Austin John Holmgren, Sr.* Frank Munden* Tony Beckett Malcom Mathias, md* John Scott* Don Brilley Randy Mathias Howard Stombaugn James Damery* Ines McLaughlin Ella Williams Doug Shroyer, dmd*, Honorary Member *Paul Harris Fellow THE ROTARY “FOUR WAY TEST” We ALL Try to Live by 1. Is it the Truth? 2. It is Fair to all Concerned? 3. Will it Build Good Will and Better Friendship? 4. Will it be Beneficial to All Concerned? Some of our members may be old — and some are young, But by gosh we get things done!!! YOUR BLUE MOUND ROTARY CLUB IS HERE TO SERVE YOU
Stonington American Legion Zue Vandeveer Post #257 Commander: Robert Funk Sr. Vice Commander: Earl Good Jr. Vice Commander: Rodney Allen Adjutant: Lyle Klay Finance Officer: Larry Besson Service Officer: Robert Emerson Chaplin: Larry Rusher Sgt.-at-Arms: John Nolen Bingo Every Saturday 7:00 pm
OSBERNVILLE A.T.A CHILI SUPPER AND BAZAAR TO BE HELD AT Mt. Auburn Community Building in Mt. Auburn SATURDAY, OCT.17 SPONSORED BY L.A. OF A.T.A LODGE NO.1 Chili, Ham Sandwiches, Hot Chicken Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Ice Cream, Delicious Homemade Pies and Cakes EVERYONE WELCOME Blue Mound Civic Center 551 N. Lewis St. Blue Mound, IL 62513 217-692-2777 Mary Alice Huffman Facility Coordinator
217-692-2705 217-692-2793 R&W Stump Removal Jerry Reichert Morris Washburn FREE ESTIMATES Robert D. Buzan II, Owner 217-454-2176 Grain & Rock Hauling Grain-Pile Clean Up Harvest to Storage Hauling OSBERNvILLE GRAIN CO. BONDED GRAIN DEALER • FEDERAL WAREHOUSE Blue Mound, Illinois 676-3271 R & S Farms Registered Berkshire Hogs BLUE MOUND, IL 62513 Eric, Patty, Amy, Abby, John & Clayton Smith Jeff, Alice, Jeffrey & Jacob Reed Eric & Judy Smith
Agger Seeds Servicing all your Asgrow, Dekalb and Stine seed needs!! Office (217) 692-2135 Mobile (217) 433-3752 firstname.lastname@example.org Pete Pistorius mobile: (217) 433-3752 Office: (217) 692-2135 Fax: (217) 692-2134 Pete@Pistoriusfarms.com www.pistoriusfarms.com 9044 damery Road, Blue mound, IL 62513
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Nitrogen, Fertilizer, Chemicals, Lime, Soil Testing & Custom Spreading Stonington, IL 62567 325-4013
Stonington Fertilizer Inc. P.O. Box 260 Stonington, IL 62567 (217) 325-3281 Willeys Farmers Co-op Supply Co. See us for all your gasoline, diesel and propane needs. We have a full line of motor oil.
Curt Swigert Landscaping FuLL serviCe LAnDsCAPing • Landscaping Design • Shrub Removal, Trimming • Shrub & Tree Planting • Rock, Bark Edging • Grading, Seed, Sod • Power Raking Curt, Mary sue, Chad, Becky, Kaitlyn, Carson, stacy, Luke, nathan, scott and trent 816 Seiberling St. • Blue Mound, IL • 217-692-2877 Blackland Transport Inc. • Rock • Sand • Gravel • Limestone 692-2755 4O9 N Railroad Ave. Blue Mound, IL
Blue Mound Hardware & Supply, Inc. Rt. 48, Blue Mound 692-2772 Supplies for Your Plumbing, Electrical & Painting Needs Welding Supplies & Gas 8 am–5 pm (Mon–Fri) 8 aam–12 pm (Sat) Jack Trimble, Owner NEW CONSTRUCTION REMODELING • ROOFING • GENERAL REpAIR 692-2772 Blue Mound, IL Free Estimates — Insured
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EVENTS Thursday | August 13, 2009 5:00 pm Carnival Rides (Conner Amusements) 6:00 pm Bingo 6:30 pm STAGE SHOW Taste of Fall Festival Introduction of Grand Marshals 7:00 pm STAGE SHOW Little Miss Contest Junior Miss Contest Miss Blue Mound Fall Festival Contest 9:00 pm Dance (Music by DJ Jim Boliek) Friday | August 14, 2009 7:30 am Blue Mound Lions Club 2-Man Scramble Moweaqua Golf Course 10:00 am Youth Games Meridian Intermediate School Yard 4:00 pm Char-Broiled Pork Chop Dinner 4:00 pm Carnival Rides (Conner Amusements) 6:00 pm Bingo 6:00 pm STAGE SHOW Baby Contest Prince & Princess Contest Mini King & Queen Contest 8:00 pm STAGE SHOW Rock of Ages 9:00 pm Dance (Music by DJ Jim Boliek)
Saturday | August 15, 2009 7:00 am Blue Mound Lodge Breakfast Buffet Blue Mound Lodge #682 7:00 am Danny R. Byard Memorial Run Registration 8:00 am Danny R. Byard Memorial 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run 10:00 am Parade Line-up Meridian Middle School 11:00 am Parade 12:00 pm Carnival Rides (Conner Amusements) 1:00 pm Fun Cruise-In 1:00 pm Fireman Waterball Tournament 2:00 pm Horseshoe Pitching Tournament 4:00 pm Fried Chicken Dinner 4:00 pm Washers Tournament 6:00 pm Bingo 7:30 pm STAGE SHOW One Voice 9:00 pm Dance (Music by DJ Jim Boliek) 9:30 pm 50/50 Raffle Drawing Sunday | August 16, 2009 9:30 am Church Service 11:00 am Fireman’s Lunch 1:00 pm Volleyball Tournament Meridian Intermediate School Yard
A PLEASURE TO SERvE yOU BROWNLEE’S AUTO BODY, SERvICE CENTER & TOWING SERvICE Robert “Bob” T. Brownlee Sr. Box 109 Blue Mound, IL Work: 692-2511 Nite: 692-2880 Fax: 692-2970
Carter Computer Consulting P.O. Box 245 Blue Mound, Illinois AUTHORIZED DELL RESELLER New and Used Systems Upgrades, Repairs and Troubleshooting Business & Residential Spencer A. Carter, Owner 217-692-2460 or 217-692-2050 CLARK PLUMBING HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING HARRY Lic. #058-105693 P.O. Box 416 Blue Mound, IL 62513 Phone 692-2791 EASTER’S TAXIDERMY Big Game Specialist State & National Award Winner Alan M. Easter Official Measurer 226 W. Niles Illinois Big Buck Program Blue Mound, IL Safari Club International 217-692-2792 CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 226 W. Niles Terry Easter Blue Mound, IL 217-692-2800
DAYCARE OPENINGS IN BLUE MOUND Licensed daycare in Blue Mound has openings in Fall 2009 for children ages 6 weeks to 4 years. Daycare includes many toys, hot meals, supervised food program, snacks and fun field trips, weekly play groups with Growing Together, storytime at the library and much more. Subsidy payments are accepted from the state. Because daycare is located in Blue Mound, children from surrounding areas are eligible to attend preschool in Blue Mound. Don’t wait! CALL MOLLY EASTER AT 692-2983.
The Cutting Room Hair Salon Marla Washburn, Owner/Stylist 508 South Lewis Street Blue Mound, IL 62513 (217) 692-2823 We want to thank the Blue Mound and surrounding communities for the years of support for TJ’s Custom Embroidery. We have loved being in business in Blue Mound and serving the community. We will miss visiting with everyone as they come through the doors, but we look forward to the changes the future holds. Terry Holmgren & Jodi True Avon Independent Sales Representative MARILYN CANADAY 9303 Kossieck Rd. Blue Mound, IL 62513 Ph. 217-520-5819 firstname.lastname@example.org www.youravon.com/mcanaday
WEDDING GOWNS • FORMALS • WOMEN SUITS • EVERYDAY WEAR Suit Remodeling • Lapels Narrowed • Ties Narrowed • Relining All Garments Repair Sweaters • Leathers • Zippers • Drapery Alterations Fran’s Tailoring & Alterations Rt. 48 (Across from Post Office) • Blue Mound • 692-2433 Mon–Thur 10:30–5:30 • Fri & Sat by appointment only LIKES INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 214 Railroad Ave. Blue Mound, Illinois 62513 Telephone: 692-2153 106 E. Third St. Stonington, Illinois 62567 Telephone: 325-3324 Quality Insurance — Reasonable Rates CRIBBET ELECTRIC CO. Commercial - Farm - Residential Dave Cribbet Phone: 217-764-3859 5042 W. Andrews St. Rd. Mobile: 217-972-8295 Macon, IL 62544 Fax: 217-764-3859
P&G Quickstop 220 Railroad Ave. Blue Mound, IL 62513 (217) 692-2200 Open for Your Convenience 24-Hour Pay at the Pump Hot Food Cold Beer LINK Card Accepted Illinois Lottery Locally Owned and Operated
Hayden’s Sweet Corn & Pumpkin Patch Brad & Dana Damery, Owners 11376 Pleasantview Road Blue Mound, IL 62513 (south of the middle school) (217) 692-2531 Open July – October Lil Henns’ Pet Sitting David Shroyer 314 W. Dunbar St. Blue Mound, IL 62513 217-692-2997
IV CONTAINER, INC. LOCAL & FAMILY OWNED RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL WASTE DISPOSAL Serving Blue Mound, Boody & Surrounding Countryside 692-2337 AND ROLL-OFF & COMMERICAL CONTAINER SERVICE 425-4897 George A. Meisenhelter, IV
PEOPLES BANK of Macon 217-764-3332 Macon, IL
CARL’S AUTO SALES Family Owned Since 1941 Boody, Illinois 62514 U-Auto-C-Us Bill Potrafka (217) 865-2160 Greg Potrafka (217) 865-3085 American Gym We want you to get fit at american Gym! Shelby Wilson, Owner and Manager 147 North Front Street, P.O. Box 413 Macon, IL 62544 217-791-2951 Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! One More Bar 3G Meisenhelters 315 S. West St. Stonington, IL 325-3532
To all our Customers & Friends, Thank you from the LUCKY LADY BAR & GRILL 9 pm Every Friday: Join us for Karaoke Party Try our Rusty Spur Saloon Pizza (voted best pizza) 9" & 16" pizzas made fresh in-house for you Grill & Pizza Oven on until 11:45 pm weekdays and 1:45 am weekends Join us during the Fall Festival or anytime for: Good Food, Good Friends, Good Times!!! COLONIAL PANTRY Your Hometown Store in Stonington Fresh Dairy Products Deli & Hot Sandwiches Daily Phillips 66 Gasoline Open 5 am–12 am Jenny Prasun Independent Beauty Consultant 601 West 2nd Stonington, IL 62567 217-325-4080
(L-R): Craig Collins, Mary Aylmer, Dallas Seitz, Nancy Seitz & Michael Seitz Over 30 Years of Service to Assumption, Moweaqua and Surrounding Communities. Offering Traditional Funeral and Cremation Services Assumption Moweaqua 101 S. Walnut Toll Free 118 E. Main 217-226-3226 877-768-4435 217-768-4435 www.seitzfuneralhomes.com
Cake & Candy Connection Cake & Candy Supplies 525 N. Main Street – Suite #3 Moweaqua, IL 62550 (217) 768-4688 Mon.–Thurs. 9 am–6 pm Carolyn Downs Fri. 9 am–7 pm & Carrie Downs Sat. 9 am–Noon Owners FARM DRAINAGE • BACKHOE SERVICE RUOT CONTRACTORS, INC. Dennis Ruot Business 217-768-4858 230 West Lake Mobile 217-413-6420 Moweaqua,IL 62550 Home 217-764-3480
Central Illinois’ Friendliest Golf Course • Fully Stocked Pro Shop • Driving Range • Lessons by Appointment • 18 Holes Now Open • Outings, Fund Raisers 768.3411 Tee Times Suggested
MOWEAQUA FOODS 227 S. Main St. Moweaqua, IL 62550 217-768-3218 “Home of the JUMBO Pork Chop Sandwich” PIZZA PALACE 12" & 16" Thick & Thin Crust Available All Toppings no extra charge Extra Cheese is 25¢ Breadsticks Available too! 10 Flavors of Soft-Serve Ice Cream The small town store with big selection.
MOWEAQUA FOODS Store Hours: Sunday 7 am to 8 pm Monday–Saturday 7 am to 9 pm • Fresh Cuts of Meat • Fresh Crisp Produce • Hot & Cold Deli • Dry Cleaning Drop Off • Authorized Wic • Soft Serve Ice Cream Shoppe • Propane Exchange • LINK Accepted • Custom-made Ice Cream Cakes & Novelties We accept all major credit cards
Moweaqua Family Practice Center Alan D. Bilyeu, MD Thomas M. Bilyeu, MD Alison E. Bilyeu, MD 768-3884
Moweaqua Pharmacy 620 N. Putnam Moweaqua, IL Phone 768-3832 • Fax 768-3077 Terry Traster, Pharm. D. Michelle Tankersley, Tech. Laura Seitz, Tech. We now accept nearly all insurance programs including all medicare part D. New hours 9–5 • Monday through Friday • Closed Saturday and Sunday William Beck Auction & Realty 217.325.3351 1432 E. 2300 North Rd Edinburg, Illinois 62531-8314 email@example.com www.williambeckauctions.com
CARPET CLEANING 30 Years Experience in Carpet Cleaning Business ……………………………………………………… TENT RENTAL Several Sizes of Tents Available Assembled & disassembled on your site. Reserve yours now for your next event! Tables, chairs & dance floor ……………………………………………………… FUN-TO-GO An Entertainment Company The Only Call You Need to make For All Your Entertainment Needs Play Palace 9-Hold miniature golf Climbing Tower Adult Big Wheels giant Slide Cameron the Catepillar Obstacle Course & more ……………………………………………………… ROD & MATT HITE ENTERPRISES 1-800-592-8854 • 768-3996 • 620-5226 Free Estimates & gift Certificates Available
Enjoy the Fall Festival Compliments of MAJESTIC HALL BINGO PARLOR Mike Donovan, Manager & Owner 830 North State Highway 121 Mt. Zion, IL 62549 (217) 864-3842
Longs Tavern 104 E. Arch St. Mt. Auburn, IL 676-5231 Lunch M–S 11–1:30 Becky, Beth, Angie, Gail, Heather, Christen The Buzzard’s Roost 106 E. Arch Street Mt. Auburn, IL 62547 (217) 676-2717 Owners: Dennis Buzzard & Terry Buzzard
Christian County’s Largest and Oldest Dealer With over 600 memorials in Stock Adams & Masterson Pana Monument Memorials Company “Next to Sun-Kist Cleaners” “Established in 1857” 417 N. Cheney • Taylorville 2 North Poplar Street • Pana (217) 287-2268 (217) 562-5121
McClure Funeral Home and Cremation Services Ltd. MIKE AND JAN McCLURE SCOTT AND SUSIE McCLURE 302 West Poplar Taylorville, Illinois 824-4949
Gordon Pontiac GMC 525 West Spresser Taylorville, Illinois 62568 (217) 824-3381 JENSEN HOME FURNISHINGS WHERE THE SAVINGS NEVER END! 400 N. Webster Taylorville, IL 824-9123
Best Wishes to the Blue Mound Fall Festival STORK SATELLITE & ANTENNA ROTERS & TOWERS 824-3314 1202 North 900 East Road Taylorville, IL 62568
INSURANCE AGENCY Phone (217) 824-9633 Fax (217) 824-2285 DBA DIMOND BROS. INSURANCE AGENCY. INC 1011 North Webster, P.O. Box 500, Taylorville, Illinois 62568 dALE mcNEELY KARL BUFFENmEYER, cic gARY mcNEELY, cic BRAd WHITTAKER, cic dAN mcNEELY PULLEY, MARTYNOWSKI & BLAKEMAN CertiFieD PuBLiC ACCountAnts Sheridan L. Pulley, cpa Paul A. Martynowski, cpa Michael D. Blakeman, cpa AUDITING ACCOUNTING CONSULTING TAX RETURN PREPARATION 901 East Main Cross Taylorville, IL 62568 (217) 824-9693
McDonald’s 401 W. Spresser Taylorville, IL 217-824-4976 DOYLE & FRALEY Attorneys-At-Law 123 South Washington P.O. Box 498 Taylorville, IL 62568 Phone 824-2203 Thomas E. Doyle, Jr. Vance L. Fraley (Retired)
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DAvID L. MAHAN DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR ChristiAn County sheriFF Trustworthy • Dedicated • Committed Dependable • Experience Countryside veterinary Services Dr. Marion D. Biller Dr. Stacey Funderburk Dr. C. Wade Price LARgE ANd SmALL ANImALS 1524 N. 1600 East Rd. Taylorville, IL 62568 217-824-3051 (formerly Bliler Vet Service)
Ellen Colbrook Licensed Massage Therapist Colbrook Massage Office Licensed through IL Dept. of Reg. N.C.T.M.B. Ellen & Amy To make an appointment, please call (217) 824-5252 BLUE CLASSIC PLAZA 508 West Spresser Taylorville, IL 62568
Beatty & Beatty Ltd. Certified Public Accountants Phone 824-8233 1307 West Spresser Taylorville, IL 62568 AFLAC Protect yourself against the high cost of cancer and intensive care treatment — our cash supplement can help! Now offering Medicare & Hospital Indemmnity plus Nursing Home Coverage. JEANETTE COFFEY 824-2405 1100 E. Elm • Taylorville
CHRISTIAN COUNTY CHIROPRACTIC CENTER Gregory R. Polovich, d.c. Roman Corso, d.c. 915 W. Spresser Taylorville, Illinois 62568 (217) 824-6222 Contemporary Cuts & Boutique Jill Hedden Stylist/Owner 117 S. Washington St. • Taylorville, IL 62568 Salon: (217) 824-4811 • Jill’s Cell: (217) 825-4248
Tica, Inc. Heating & Cooling 735 S. Franklin St. MIKE DAMERY Decatur, IL 62521 MARK BROWN 217-429-5741 firstname.lastname@example.org 217-429-7693 fax
Village Travel EXPERTS IN BUSINESS & VACATION TRAVEL 1-800-373-8747 Ask for Diana Ritter
AUTO TRUCK REPAIR TOWING, INC. 3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 875-2200 SOY CITY TOWING, INC. 24-HOUR TOWING ROLLBACK SERvICE HEAvy-DUTy SERvICE 3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 877-4270 PENSKE TRUCK LEASING John Svendsen, Rental Manager Truck Rental Agent • www.GoPenske.com 3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 421-1839 • (217) 877-0190 Fax
Allen K. Fagin Financial Advisor 329 W. Eldorado Decatur, IlL 62522 217-422-8755 800-528-0147 www.edwardjones.com California Insurance License OC24309 Inter State Studio John E. Bopp & Carla Comerford 2121 Imboden Court Decatur, IL 62521 217-422-7607 • 217-428-2336 • 800-821-7923
Timothy G. Hastings, D.D.S. Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School 23 years of dental experience 2220 N. Monroe St. Decatur, IL 62526 877-1741 Focusing on crowns, bridges and cosmetic dentistry utilizing advanced technology, pain management techniques and the finest crown and bridge lab in Chicago.
Free Delivery to Blue Mound For All Your Pharmacy Needs • Low Prices • Fast Friendly Service • Fannie May Candies • Crabtree & Evelyn • Yankee Candles • We Accept All Medicare D Insurance 280 W. First Dr. Decatur, IL Ph: 217-429-5165 Fax: 217-429-5172 “Friends Helping Friends”
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Svendsen Florist, Inc. Phone 217-877-4767 Open Mon – Sat 2702 N. M. L. King 8 am – 5 pm DECATUR, ILLINOIS 62526 Sandra J. Ware, C.P.A. 132 S. Water St. (217) 429-1144 440 Millikin Ct. FAX (217) 429-1119 Decatur, IL 62523 email@example.com “Accountants make life less taxing” Janvrin Plumbing & Heating Kevin Janvrin 3092 Deer Trail Road Decatur, IL 62521 (217) 422-0134
CROWNS DONATED BY Bell’s Jewelry, Inc. 112 E. Prairie St. Decatur, IL 62523 217-422-1814 2008 Fall Festival Royalty Miss Blue Mound Fall Festival: Kaleigh Albers, Daughter of Rob & Maryann Albers Junior Miss: Mallory Wolfe, Daughter of Doug & Julie Wolfe Little Miss: Marty Deetz, Daughter of Bill & Susan Deetz Mini King: Ashton Conaway, Son of Rich Conaway Mini Queen: Paige Patient, Daughter of Brad & Kim Patient Prince: Ashton Dawson, Son of Ashley Dawson Princess: Sara Butler, Daughter of Kirstie Butler Baby: Brock Boliek, Son of Jimmy Boliek & Alesha Besson
NANCY HANDEGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 202 South Franklin Street, Suite 102 Decatur, Illinois 62523 Phone (217) 422-2420 P.O. Box 467 Decatur, Illinois 62525-0467 Fax (217) 422-4520 firstname.lastname@example.org
A Company You Can Trust Since 1979 • Furnaces – Air Conditioners • Geothermal systems • Gas logs – Fireplaces • Service on all Brands 422-1744
768-3981 KEITH PINKERTON Drywall & Painting TAPING - SPRAYING - SWIRL - TEXTURES PLASTER REPAIR RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Est. 1979
Have a Great Fall Festival! Lauren, Brenda, Kevin and Betty Ruth Bafford —Blue Mound— A Great Place to Live Gordon & Betty Eckols
Enjoy Yourself at the Fall Festival! Rob, Carla, Evan & Maggie Comerford Compliments of... Rob and Maryann Albers Earl and Helen Albert Cecil and Marge Alderson David and Sandy Anderson Tobey, Karla, Logan and Max Ashburn Ruth Bafford Greg, Rachel, Dylan, Arwen and Garvin Baker Danny, Becky and Celeste Binkley Mike and Denise Blakeman Doris Bonn Larry, Sue Ellen and Tracey Bonn Dean Bottrell Marty Brilley and Family Mike, Kelly, Sean and James Brokaw Kim Brown C.W. (Bill) and Sally Brown Helen R. Brown, Bill, Becky and Sally In Memory of Howard Brown Jack and Virginia Brown Matt, Emily, Cameron and Charolette Susan Brown Jason, Michelle and Cade Brown and Marcus Dees Rob and Maxine Buzan Kay Buzan In Memory of Charlie Buzan Dave, Beth, Derek and Brett Calvert Bill and Delores Carls Paul and Quendy Carlton Harry and Carolyn Clark
Compliments of... Rev. Bob Clark (Ret) Eric, Lisa, Mitch and Hayden Clements Kent and Sue Clements Dave and Nancy Cooprider Roger and Cathy Cox Glen and Arlone Dalluge Jim Damery Maxine Damery Rodney and Kaye Damery and Family Dean and Janet Damery Phil and Linda Damery Bill and Nina Damery Brad and Brianna Damery Brad, Dana and Hayden Damery Bill, Susan, Marty, Jake and Lucy Deetz Matt and Nicole Dilbeck Lee, Carol and Casey Dodson Larry and Jan Dotty Phillip, Sue, Erick, Kam and Luke Dowdy Darrin, Neysa, Max and Marley Downs Carl and Mary Ellen Drysdale Devonna Dummermuth Ed and Sharon Dunbar Jim, Penny and Lady Edwards In Memory of Lyle and Mobel Ervin Ken and Cindy Ervin Terre, Lisa, Katie and Kayla Fore Robert and Donna Funk In Memory of Earl and Louise Funk Earl and Mary Garner Roberta Gorden Jerry Gorden In Memory of Keith Gorden Kent and Nancy Gorden Joe, Carrie, William and Grace Gorden Chris, Becky, Maggie and Aleita Hale Sandy and Sam Hart Scott Hays Malcom, Susan, Rollin and Alex Head Steve and Wanda Hicks Howard and Chris Hill
Compliments of... John and Linda Hill John and Terry Holmgren Sr. Bob and Anne Horne Patty Huffman Eric, Cathy, Connor and Drew Hurelbrink Todd, Lindsey, Demi and Kati Hutchens Chris, Jill, Delaney, Alexi and Ted Jones Norma Jones Carol Jones In Memory of Jim Jones Norman and Eleanor Jordan Doris Julius Larry and Linda Kallenback Jack and Pat King Goldie Kitchens Dennis and Debra Kraft Chris and Diana Kupish BoBo and Peggy Logue Jeff, Angie, Hannah and Jake Logue Trent, Paige, Kyle, Eli and Sage Logue (Hi from FL) Love Boat Gang: Dave and Sally Brown, Phil and Linda Damery, Larry and Carol Brown, Jim and Jan Thiele, Diane Ritter and In Memory of Bob Ritter Luka Farms (Mark, Carla, Tracey, Stacey, Emily and Blake) Angie, Myles and Kayla Mathias Doc and Randy Mathias Pam and Gary Mathias Greg, Debbie and Derek Mathias Frank, Mary, Jamie and Jeff McChristy Jim and Joyce McCoy In Memory of Harold McLaughlin Ines McLaughlin Melanie Mereamo Meredith Diane Miller Craig, Darlene, Amanda, Amber and Colton Miller John, Eleanor, Eric and Paul Moma Jeff and Ellen Moma Ann Myard Richard and Joan Myers Dave, Dianne and Drew Negangard In Memory of Hallie Nicholls Leon and Betty Nicholls John and Joan Noland
Compliments of... Everette and Betty Noland (Fort Worth, TX) Dennis and Dani Noland Neil and Erma Noland In Memory of David Noland (7-8-50 to 4-20-07) Duane, Tina, Grant, Logan and Blake Noland and Vicky and Vanessa Leslie Ken and Mary Nolen Vic and Fareline Oxby Dwight and Della Peck and Family Bob and Linda Perona Pete,Megan, Emma and Isabel Pistorius Mike, Amy, Natalie, Jacob and Joshua Pritchard Lyle and Norma Jean Putsch Jeff, Alice, Jeffery and Jacob Reed Jerry and Rose Reichert Darren, Jeanne and Hannah Reichert Hazel Reichert Kenny, Stephanie, Emmy Lou and Shelby Mae Renfro Barb Reynolds, Mark and Mariah Henderson Frank and Cathy Rice Tom and Diana Ritter Jan and Cory Ritter Wanda Carr Roberts Margaret Sandberg In Memory of Sandy Sandberg Rick and Diane Scales Marie Scales and Family Robert, Mili Scott and Family “Scotty” Matt and Lauren Sefried Kevin and Susan Seitz David Sexson Glen and Sandy Shertz Dorothy Skipper In Memory of Cecil Skipper Claude and Laura Jane Sperry Alan, Sherri, Nikki, Halie and Rachel Sunderland Greg, Barb, Shay and Kalyn Thiele Lyle and Mary Thomas (Electrolux) Kelly, Jodi, Nathan and Karrigan True Carrol and Rea Virt Harold and Gladys Ward
Compliments of... Todd, Marla, Logan and Allyson Washburn Tom, Jo, Evan and Emily West Uldien White Max White (Master Gunnery Sgt. U.S. Marine Ret) Tim, Jill, Trevor and Woody White Denna Williams Don and Sue Younker Bill and Mindy Young Eleanor Zeeb Bill and Sandy Zeeb Leon Zeeb Jeff and Ann Zeeb Jon and Susan Zeeb (Mt. Carmel, IL) Rita, Josie, Rick, Stephanie and Kent Kayla, Wyatt, Case, Wen, Nadia and Deven Michelle, Lacey, Heather and Gizzmo
Blue Mound Lions Club Meets 1st & 3rd Thursdays at the Blue Mound Civic Center Community Activities: Senior Citizens Dinner Donated to Accident Victims Food Concession at Fall Festival Donated to Mary Bryant Home Sponsor Annual Easter Egg Hunt Donated to American Red Cross Sponsor Annual 4th of July Celebration Donated to Meridian JFL Sponsor Annual Halloween Party Donated to Blue Mound Baseball Teams Purchased Eye Glasses for Students Donated to Meridian Post Prom Purchased Winter Clothing for Donated to Blue Mound Civic Center Grade School Students Donated to Food Pantry $4,000 Colege Scholarships to Donated to Meridian Booster Club Meridian Students Donated to Blind Mission Project
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