12-06-2012

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FINAL WEEK OF MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT

This is the final week for Medicare Open Enrollment.  Anna Oestreich at the Bond County Senior Center said every year, Medicare recipients are given an opportunity to evaluate their coverage to ensure it covers all their needs.  From year to year, many things can change in any given plan.  Anna said folks need to be sure their medications are being covered and they understand their deductible amounts.  The Bond County Senior Center is available to consult with individuals regarding their coverage.  The center has had several calls from people in the listening area who have received phone calls from people who claim to be from the county or from the senior center.  These individuals are attempting to either get personal information or sell a product.  Anna told WGEL they DO NOT make cold calls for Medicare Open Enrollment and people should not give out any information or allow anyone to come to their home. To schedule an appointment to discuss your Medicare plan, call 664-1465.

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COMET FOOTBALL APPAREL ORDERS DUE SOON

The Greenville Comets had a terrific football season, advancing to quarter-final tournament play.  To commemorate the great season, the high school is taking orders for gray hoodies and t-shirts.  Liz Mollet said on the back of the shirts is a listing of all the games the Comets played with the date and final score. Long-sleeve T-shirts are $15.00 for Small – X-large sizes and 2X and 3X shirts are $17.00.  Hoodies are $25.00 for Small – X-large sizes, and $27.00 for 2X and 3X sizes.  Children’s sizes are also available.  Please order by noon December 7 at the high school at 664-1370. Shirts will be available for pickup in the cafeteria December 12 after lunch. 


SUNSET IN GREENVILLE LAST WEEK

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RECORD TEMPERATURES IN LISTENING AREA

With temperatures feeling more like April than December, it appears unseasonable warmth will continue and we might even set some records.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jim Kramper said record high temperatures were set Sunday, December 2, in Missouri and Illinois.  Temperatures are expected to return to more normal levels by next week with highs in the upper 30's to low 40's. Kramper said temperatures are expected to be relatively mild for the next few weeks.


VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE AT HOILES-DAVIS MUSEUM

The Hoiles-Davis Museum, at the corner of Winter and Fourth Streets in Greenville, is having a Victorian Christmas open house Saturday and Sunday, December 8-9.  The museum will be open from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Saturday and from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Sunday and will be decorated for the season in Victorian style.  Decorations include dolls and toys from Sandy Wall, feather trees and toys from Kevin Kaegy and hand-made ornaments of historic Greenville houses and buildings by Eleanor Pennington, on the tree in the parlor.

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