7-29-2010

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BANK ACCOUNT SET UP FOR RANDALL FAMILY DONATIONS

 

Tuesday, the Randall family of Pocahontas lost everything in a home fire. A bank account has been set up for donations at any branch location of the First Mid-Illinois Bank and Trust. The account is “Rally for the Randalls.”  

 

The family has received many donations of clothing and thanks everyone who has contributed. Currently they have all the clothing they can use.

 


LOCAL 4-H MEMBERS GOING TO STATE

 

Several local 4-H members will be heading to the Illinois State Fair as delegates and alternates and displaying exhibits at the State Fair Junior Division. Bond County 4-H members chosen include: Becky Dowell, Katie Bowden, Toni Stiff, Shelby Thiems, Abigail Taylor, Molly Thompson, Daniel Suess, Grant Suess, Luyi Adesanya, Nicole Larson, Morgan McEvers, Devin Ulmer, Katelynn Mollett, Peyton Randolph, Kelly File, Billy Stiff, Hollie Thole, Nathan Nehrt, Cara Thiems, Kaeden Mollett, Logan Holtgrave, Casey Thiems,  Ali Potthast, Hannah Paul, Jessica Ronat, Joseph Gruen, Courtney Lurkins, Lauren Hahn, Misty Holtgrave, Tyler Thiems, Dominic Caldieraro, Aubry Thole, Kyle Klawitter and Kent Thole. They will be at the Illinois State Fair Saturday, August 14.

 

 

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TWO MULBERRY GROVE FIREFIGHTERS RECEIVE AWARDS

 

Two Mulberry Grove Firefighters received distinguished awards earlier this year. According to Mulberry Grove Fire Chief Dwight Volkmar, Paul Lutz, who has been a firefighter for 26 years, was presented the 2009 Fireman of the Year award. Bill Ritz, who has been a fireman for two years, was presented the 2009 First Responder of the Year award. 

 

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BOND COUNTY FAIR CHURCH SERVICE

 

 

The Bond County Fair Church Service is a county-wide event sponsored by the Bond County Ministerial Alliance. The church service is scheduled for Sunday, August 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Fairgrounds Grandstand. There will be Gospel music by the "Sunshiners" and music by Doctor Gregory Sanders Family and Friends.  Several county pastors will participate and the main speaker for the evening is Reverend Douglas Newton from the Free Methodist Church. 

 

 

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KASKASKIA COLLEGE CONTINUES PLANS FOR VETERANS TRIBUTE

 

The planned tribute to veterans at Kaskaskia College is receiving assistance from an architectural firm in Decatur, a business in Mt. Vernon, and the Carlyle American Legion Post #404.  Design work is being done and fund raising efforts are underway.  The tribute is a public campaign by residents in Bond, Clinton, Fayette, Marion, and Washington Counties to construct a structure that will contain the names of every veteran, both living and deceased, who lives, has lived, or has connections to the five-county region.  An education pavilion will include a resource center about veterans and their role in preserving our nation’s freedom.  For more information, call 545-3069.

 

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OBITUARIES

RICHARD W. “ABE” DEBATIN

 

Richard W. “Abe” Debatin, age 67, of Greenville, passed away Monday, July 26 at Barnes Hospital.  Funeral services for 67 year-old Richard “Abe” Debatin will be Thursday, at 11:00 a.m. at Smith Grove Baptist Church.  Burial will be in Smith Grove Cemetery.  Friends may call Wednesday, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Young Funeral Home in Greenville.  Memorials are suggested to Smith Grove Cemetery or the Gateway Farm Toy Club Toy Drive.

 

LORINE SUSSENBACH

 

Mrs. Lorine (Davis) Sussenbach, age 76, of Cherokee Village, passed away Monday, July 19 at Fulton County Hospital in Salem. Lorine was retired from the University of Tennessee Department of Pathology. She is survived by her two daughters, Mary K. Baggett of Arlington, Tennessee and Patricia Ladd of Kansas City, Kansas, sons, Clarence and Katina Baggett of Cherokee Village and Harry C. Hosford of Kansas City, Kansas, and brother, Leonard Jefferson Davis of Brownstown, Illinois. She was married to Tom Sussenbach and they made their home near Greenville until they retired and moved to Cherokee Village, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her husband Tom Sussenbach, formerly of Greenville, in 2002.The funeral service was Saturday, July 24 at 10:00 a.m. in Highland, Arkansas. Interment was in the Byhalia Cemetery in Byhalia, Mississippi.

 


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