9-08-2009

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ENDURING FREEDOM VETERANS TRIBUTE

 

Kaskaskia College will host a tribute to honor all U.S. veterans, living or deceased, who are connected to the KC district. Veterans who have served in peace-time or war who reside, have resided or are related to anyone who resides or has resided within the college district are eligible for recognition. The event is a project of the Enduring Freedom Veterans Tribute Committee at the college. The event starts Friday, September 11, at 11:00 a.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center. Plans for the tribute include presenting names for the public to view, artifacts, military videos, testimonial letters and a half-size official replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial also known as the "Moving Wall". For more information or to participate, call Jim Beasley at 545-1599.

 

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DOCTOR DAISY

 

Longtime Greenville Physician Doctor Charles Daisy passed away last Thursday in Maples, Florida. Doctor Daisy began his medical practice in Greenville in 1963 and worked as a family physician for 42 years. During his career, Doctor Daisy served on the medical staff of Utlaut Memorial Hospital, now Greenville Regional Hospital, where he also served on many hospital committees including executive, finance and long-range planning. He also served as president of the medical staff at the hospital and on the board of directors of the Illinois Academy of Family Physicians.  Doctor Daisy and his wife Donna celebrated their 50th anniversary last month.

 


HISTORICAL SOCIETY HAM & BEAN SUPPER

 

The Bond County Historical Society will have its annual ham & bean supper Saturday, September 12, at the Hoils Davis Museum in Greenville. Homemade ham and beans, cornbread, pies and drinks will be served starting at 5:00 p.m. A music program, Jazz at the Museum, will be performed by the River Bend Jazz Quartet starting at 6;00 p.m. The cost for the dinner and music program is $5.00.

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STOLEN MOTORCYCLE

 

The Bond County Sheriff's Department is investigating a theft of a motorcycle. According to the report, a blue 1997 Yamaha YZ250 was stolen from 104 Fourth Street sometime between 9:00 p.m. Thursday and 9:00 a.m. Friday.


HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM APPOINTMENTS

 

Appointments for the 2010 low-income home energy assistance program, for both connected and disconnected households, bega n September 1.  Only households with someone 60 years old or older or currently receiving some form of government disability will be eligible to make their appointment at this time.   For more information or to make an appointment, call 664-3309.


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OBITUARIES

DENNIS M. IBERG

 

Dennis M. Iberg, age 54, of Greenville, passed away Sunday, September 6, at his home.  No funeral services are planned for 54 year-old Dennis Iberg.  Friends may call Thursday, from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland.  Burial services will be private.  Memorials are suggested to the Michael J. Foxx Foundation for Parkinson's Disease.


BETTY VAUGHN

 

Betty Vaughn, age 76 of Highland passed away Sunday, September 6th at her residence. Funeral services for 76 year-old  Betty Vaughn will be Wednesday at 10am at Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland. Burial will be in Highland City Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4PM to 8PM and Wednesday from 8am to 10am at Spengel Boulanger Funeral Home.


 

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