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Month: April 2017

Phi Theta Kappa students named to All-Illinois Academic Team

RiverReader.org staff FREEPORT — Highland Community College’s international honors society Phi Theta Kappa chapter has announced that Staci Hammer of Lena and John Werkheiser of Pearl City were named to the All-Illinois Academic team during a banquet held on April 4 in Springfield. The All-Illinois Academic Team recognizes high-achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor, combined with leadership and service that extend their education beyond the classroom to benefit society. Werkheiser will graduate in May with an Associate of Engineering Science degree and an Associate of Arts degree. While a student at Highland, he has...

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Carroll Service Company wins Best of the System Safety Award

RiverReader.org staff LANARK — Carroll Service Company was recently recognized by Growmark, Inc. during its annual Best of the System Safety Program. The safety program recognizes member cooperatives who have achieved exceptional safety results through an active safety program. In the Small Member category, not only did Carroll Service place first, but they also claimed the Most Improved award. Receiving the reward for Carroll Service are Alan Drake, General Manager; Bob Nelson, Farm Systems Department Manager; Jill Miller, Lanark West Office; Randy Dornink, Operations; Dave Folk, Milledgeville Plant Manager; Charlie Frank, Crops & Petroleum Marketing Manager; John Miatke, Building...

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Society for Nursing donates to StephCo Health Dept. Well Woman program

FREEPORT — Highland Community College’s Beta Delta Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu Honor Society for Nursing donated $175 to the Well Woman program at the Stephenson County Health Department. In support of the fight against cancer, the students distributed prevention information and held a basketball raffle at the Cougar Women’s Basketball game in February. Cancer survivors and fighters were recognized during a half-time program. The objective of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society is to recognize the academic excellence of students in completing an Associate Degree Nursing. The society encourages the...

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Fore! HCC Leadership Golf Outing turns 21

FREEPORT — The 21st Annual Highland Leadership Golf Outing will be hosted by the Highland Community College Foundation on Monday, June 5, at the Freeport Club in Freeport. A great golfing experience begins with check-in at 11 a.m. and a barbecue lunch buffet at 11:30 a.m. Shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. The outing supports Highland’s Leadership programs in Stephenson and Jo Daviess counties and the High School Servant Leadership program at school districts across northwest Illinois. There will be beverages and special treats on the course. Heavy hors d’oeuvres begin at 6 p.m., followed by great fellowship, a live auction and distribution of quality golf equipment and other prizes and awards. Fee for golf, cart and all the above is $150 per person, part of which is deductible. Golf outing sponsors and underwriters as of April 26 include Fifth Third Bank (platinum); Monroe Clinic (gold); Helm Group, FHN, Richard L. Johnson Associates, The Morse Group, State Bank (silver sponsors), and Bocker Auto Group (bronze). Illinois Bank and Trust is the logo golf ball sponsor. Colony Brands and Diamond Brothers are Big Beverage Bucket sponsors. The Journal-Standard is underwriting packets of Alwayz Cookies, and Jim Phillips and Tracy Mays are underwriting bags of popcorn and caramel corn. To register for golf, or to inquire about major sponsorships and tee and green sponsorships, contact Executive Director Jim Berberet at jim.berberet@highland.edu...

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Newly-elected Eastland Board of Education board members sworn in

RiverReader.org staff   LANARK — Retiring Board President Bill Woessner called to order his last meeting—the Special Meeting of the Eastland School Board on April 26. Secretary Jen Sturtevant read aloud the results of the April 4 elections for seats on the Board of Education; the top three vote-getters were incumbents Jen Sturtevant, newcomer Anthony Preston and incumbent Steve Snider; they were declared newly elected. Superintendent Mark Hansen administered the oath of office and new member Preston took his seat at the table. President Woessner was recognized for his 12 years of service on the Board. Hansen thanked him personally and on behalf of the staff, students and communities. Bill spoke briefly about the pride he feels for Eastland and encouraged those present to keep progressing and moving forward. During the reorganization process, nominations for the office of President,  Vice-President and Secretary were made. Lorrie Heeren will serve as president; vice-president is Diann Cassens; and Jen Sturtevant was re-elected secretary. All three positions are for 2-year terms. With the new board in place, members approved all contracts in force and the regular meeting dates for the remainder of the fiscal year were established. The board will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 15 and Wednesday, June 21 in the EJSHS District Office in Lanark. The board also approved revised committee assignments. Negotiations (Heeren, Snider, Heldt); Curriculum (Sturtevant, Cassens);...

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County fair preparation for 4-H’ers at StephCo Animal Swap and Clinics

BY LYNNETTE FORTH For RiverReader.org FREEPORT — The Stephenson County Fairgrounds hosted a small animal swap and poultry and rabbit clinics on Saturday,  April 22. The clinics focused on preparing 4-H’ers for showing animals at the fair. Rita Koch of Dakota presented the poultry clinic, explaining proper washing procedures for poultry, nail trimming, proper carrying techniques, checking for disease and illness, and what to expect when being judged at the fair. Rabbit-lover Judy Cary of Freeport explained rabbit care and showing techniques to area 4-H members. Cary has 40 rabbits of her own, and also sells them to the...

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Carroll County Kids 4-H serve at the NIFA Banquet

MOUNT CARROLL — Serving attendees at the annual Northwest Illinois Forestry Association Banquet at the Mount Carroll Church of God on April 4 are, from left, Aubrey Charles, Olivia Charles, and Lily O’Connor. The program featured a panel discussion on how timberland is assessed for property tax purposes. The Carroll County Kids 4-H group was in charge of preparing and serving food as a fundraising project. (RR photo/Lynnette...

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Volleyball workshop hosted by West Carroll Primary School

BY LYNNETTE FORTH For RiverReader.org SAVANNA — The West Carroll Primary School hosted a 3-day volleyball workshop, ending with scrimmage games. Participants learned techniques and drills, with the help of coaches and high school students.   It was great fun for the participants, and those who came to watch. Kudos to those involved for taking time to “coach” the...

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Carroll County 4-H Kids hop on down the bunny trail

BY LYNNETTE FORTH For RiverReader.org MOUNT CARROLL — Members of the Carroll County Kids 4-H Club learned all about rabbits at their April meeting. SPIN Club Leader Cortnea Wynia and her daughters gave a hands-on presentation to the 4-H Kids Club and brought a selection of their many bunnies to share with the group. SPIN Club members learn what things are healthy and edible in their yard, and learn how to use their manure to grow healthy flowers and vegetables. Kids who choose meat pens will be guided on breeding, care and show. The SPIN club is open to...

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What is fake news?

Have you ever noticed how you can change the channel during the news hour and hear almost identical scripts? It isn’t because all the networks have equally impeccable reporting skills, and know exactly what their audience finds relevant.

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Rep. McCombie speaks on school funding – audio

  https://riverreader.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/mccombie-4-17.mp3   Rep. McCombie Stands with Superintendents in Support of School Funding Reform Savanna – This week, State Representative Tony McCombie (IL-71) joined area superintendents in support of Evidence Based Funding Formula reform, which would provide adequate and equitable State funding for local school districts. “The Evidence Based Funding Formula is a bipartisan solution allowing every child access to a high quality education.” said McCombie. “Communities that have the largest gap in funding will benefit because they will have more support. The model contains a hold harmless provision that ensures all school districts receive funding at their current...

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Elaine Marie (Koeller) Johnson

Obituary April 30, 1916 – April 13, 2017 Elaine Marie (Koeller) Johnson 1916—2017 Elaine Marie (Koeller) Johnson, 100, of Pearl City, passed away April 13, 2017. She was born April 30, 1916, in Loran, IL to parents, August and Clara (Busekros) Koeller. She was a graduate of Linden High School in Linden, WI. She married Karl W. Johnson on September 14, 1940, in Manchester, IA. She was a member of Zion Community Church in Pearl City. Survivors include her children, Ronald K. (Sharon) Johnson, Beth A. (Carl) Pickard; grandchildren, Jeff (Amy) Johnson, Kim (Mike) Plager, Dan (friend, Renee) Pickard, Nathan (Christine) Pickard, Dustin (friend, Angie) Pickard; great-grandchildren, Alyssa and Hailey Johnson, Ryne (Callie) Plager, Kristin (Aaron) Dinderman, Jarin Pickard, Adeline, Kiptin and Deklan Pickard; great-great-grandchildren, Oliver and Camryn Plager, Daatin Dinderman; and special friend, Marcia Hume. She is preceded in death by her son, Gail A. Johnson; husband, Karl W. Johnson; brother, Paul Koeller; parents, August and Clara Koeller; and stepmom, Ann Koeller. This smiley, vibrant lady was the real “Homemaker”. Her life was filled with helping others, in particular, her husband and children. She loved family and the times they could gather to celebrate. She was very proud of her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 17, 2017, at the Ebenezer-Salem United Church, 5421 S. Stone Church Rd, in Pearl City,...

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Ronald “Bill” B. Ritenour

Obituary November 18, 1918 – April 17, 2017 Ronald “Bill” B. Ritenour, age 98, of Mt. Carroll, Illinois passed away Monday, April 17, 2017 at the Good Samaritan Society, Mt. Carroll. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mt. Carroll. Burial will take place in Oak Hill Cemetery, Mt. Carroll. Visitation will be held from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. prior to the service at the church. Ronald was born November 18, 1918, the son of Denton and Amy (Kessler) Ritenour in Mt. Carroll. He attended Mt. Carroll Schools. On November 23, 1940, Ronald married Grace Rogers in Clinton, Iowa. They celebrated 65 years of marriage until Grace’s death on July 3, 2006. Ronald drove livestock truck for Leslie Myers in his younger years. He also farmed for 16 years, and worked for Crouse Plumbing & Heating in Mt. Carroll for four years. He then worked for the Carroll Service Company for 20 years until retirement. He was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mt. Carroll. He also belonged to the Moose Lodge since 1943, and was its oldest member, as well as a lifetime member of the Legion of the Moose. Ronald was quiet and patient. He had a real wit about him, and would give you that “knowing” smile. He enjoyed fishing, boating,...

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John “J.D.” Gundlach

Obituary June 04, 1942 – April 16, 2017 John “J.D.” David Gundlach, age 74, of Savanna, Illinois, passed away Sunday, April 16, 2017 at Mercy Medical Center, Clinton Iowa. Cremation rites have been accorded.  No visitation is scheduled. John was born June 4, 1942, the son of Leslie “Red” and Larissa (Davis) Gundlach in Savanna. He attended Savanna High School and graduated with the Class of 1960. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Beloit College in 1964. John married Beth Schmidt on July 21, 1979. John worked as a buyer for SBC in Schaumburg, Illinois for 18 years until retiring in 2004. He also worked as a police officer and Fire Commissioner in Lake Zurich, Illinois. He enjoyed coaching Girl’s fast pitch softball, reading, and spending time with his family and his dog, Molly. John will be dearly missed by his wife of 37 years, Beth; his two daughters, George Ann (Mare) Gundlach of Waukegan, Illinois, and Lisa Gundlach of Kenosha, Wisconsin; one stepson, Mike (Heather) Enders of Richmond, Illinois; a stepdaughter, Tina Coniglio of Lake City, Colorado; nine grandchildren, and one sister, Nany (Richard) Clinite of Darien, Illinois. John is preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and...

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Richard “Dick” L. Atherton

Obituary July 10, 1935 – April 13, 2017 Richard L Atherton, age 81, of Thomson, Illinois, died unexpectedly, Thursday, April 13, 2017 surrounded by his loving family. A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at Law-Jones Funeral Home, Thomson. Burial will take place in Lower York Cemetery, Thomson. Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Monday, April 17, 2017 at Law-Jones Funeral Home, Thomson. Richard was born in Thomson Illinois July 10, 1935 to Merle and Ihla (Jones) Atherton.  He attended York Community High School. He married Beverly Forry on May 18, 1957. He served in the U. S. Air Force with his twin brother during the Korean Conflict in theatres including North Africa, Italy, Libya and France, as well as serving 12 years in the Air National Guard.  He was a lifelong member of the American Legion and the VFW as well as a member and union steward for Teamsters local 371. The “X-rated Moby Dick” spent most of his life driving “big rigs” across the country-he had two million miles on his butt. He could tell you every road you needed to take regardless of the state and the best restaurants to stop at along the way.  He retired from long distance driving at the age of 78 but always had diesel in his blood and longed for the...

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Eastland School Board to reorganize at special meeting Wednesday

RiverReader.org staff LANARK — Board members congratulated new member-elect Anthony Preston, who was present at the April 17 meeting of the Eastland School Board. Preston and incumbents Steve Snider and Jennifer Sturtevant were the top 3 vote-getters at the April 4 election. A special meeting to seat Preston and to reorganize the board is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the district office at the high school. Due to potential conflicts with baseball and softball games scheduled in May, the board voted to move the regular May meeting to 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 15 in the district office. The board also announced that Senior Scholarship Night will be held Wednesday, May 10. The Volunteer Breakfast is set for Friday, May 12, while the Staff Breakfast and Last Day Institute will be on Thursday, May 25. For graduating seniors and their families and friends, Baccalaureate will be held Sunday, May 14, and Graduation the following week on Sunday, May 21. They also approved renewal of membership with the Illinois Elementary Association for boys’ and girls’ track and field. Teacher morale concerns shared Board member and former Eastland Teacher and Librarian Diann Cassens read a statement regarding a letter sent by the Eastland Education Association to individual board members. The letter expressed concerns about teacher stress levels and morale associated with the transition to standards-based learning and grading. Cassens...

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Beloved Church

Beloved Church Pastor Steve Cassell 220 N. Main St.• Pearl City • 6:30 pm Saturday night 216 W. Mason St.• Lena • 9:30 am Sunday morning 815-990-0367 • belovedchurchillinois.com Our only objective is to connect people to the loving family of Father God. From this connection all benefits of salvation naturally flow. Jesus is passionate about freely giving the treasures of pure innocence and complete acceptance to all in need. We fervently desire this freedom to be an intimate part of your life, today! After all, “It was for freedom that Christ set us free!” [Galatians 5:1] How can we help you on...

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2017 Lanark Easter Egg Hunt

The Lanark High School FCCLA hosted the 2017 annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Lanark City Park, Lanark, Illinois. You will see many smiling faces and some short interviews of the organizers in the videos below. The teacher of the FCCLA class is Mrs. Haverland. Many thanks to everyone who organized and participated in this successful event....

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HCC Royal Scots vocal jazz ensemble presents ‘Cabaret Night’

FREEPORT — The Highland Community College Royal Scots vocal jazz ensemble will present a program of contemporary popular music, jazz standards and songs from the “Great American Songbook” in concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 28 in the Ferguson Fine Arts Center. Selections will include the music of Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Burt Bachrach, the Pentatonix and numerous other composers. The talented ensemble of eight vocalists will be supported by members of the “Cannova’s House Band,” including Patrick Beckman, John Hartman, Rick Andrews and Jon Watson. Elvert Williams will be the special guest for the evening of music. Songs performed during Cabaret Night include, “Take the A-Train,” “This Joint is Jumpin,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “In My Life,” “Take Me Home,” “The Look of Love,” ‘What a Wonderful World,” “Bridge Over Troubled Waters,” selections from the musical “Hamilton” and more. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $6 for students and can be purchased through the Highland website or by calling the box office at 815-599-3718. There is a $2 service fee for each ticket...

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Basic Nursing Assistant class offered by HCC in Mount Morris

MOUNT MORRIS — Pinecrest Community has received a grant from the A. Charles and Lillemor Lawrence Foundation to fund a classroom at the Grove Community Center, Mount Morris. This grant allowed Pinecrest to purchase new computers and a large-screen television which will be used by Highland Community College to teach a Basic Nursing Assistant certificate program at the Mount Morris location. The program prepares students to enter the healthcare workforce. It is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Students who complete the program are eligible for the Nurse Aide Training Competency Evaluation to become a Basic Nurse...

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Tax workshops held for all municipal and county officials

Recommended for current and newly-elected clerks, treasurers, fiscal officers, mayors, village presidents and chief executive officers of a county government SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Department of Revenue will be holding informational workshops to discuss items related to the allocation and distribution of taxes to local governments including updates on changes that have happened due to legislation. Some of the topics that will be covered will include: Annexations, Business District Taxes, sales tax, telecommunications tax, Personal Property Replacement Tax, Local Government Distributive Fund, general overview of locally imposed taxes, the Annual Taxpayer Location Address List, the changes to the reciprocal agreement for exchange of confidential information and how to access the information available on our website. We will also discuss ways your local government can ensure your taxpayers are registered to report sales for your jurisdiction. We encourage municipal officials, county officials and their staff members to attend the workshops. Clerks, treasurer, fiscal officers, and staff who are responsible for reviewing taxpayer listings or are directly involved in the financial operations of the local government would benefit from these workshops. We ask that you forward our email to employees within your local government in the event they did not receive notification of our workshops. Please visit our website at for the dates and locations of the 2017 Local Government...

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Highland Community College presents Spring Choral Music Concert

RiverReader staff FREEPORT — The Highland Community College Fine Arts Department will present a program of choral, orchestral, and piano music on  at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 23, in the Ferguson Fine Arts Center. The Highland Chamber Singers, under the direction of Allen Redford, and the Highland Chorale directed by Heidi Spotts-Manthey, will each perform a variety of choral literature including traditional and contemporary selections along with folk songs and spirituals. A group of HCC students coached by Rianna Caswell will form a chamber string ensemble to perform works which will include a string quartet by Antonin Dvorak,...

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Property tax relief to Illinois homeowners passes House

RiverReader staff SAVANNA — Last week, legislation co-sponsored by State Rep. Tony McCombie, 71-Savanna, to provide property tax relief to Illinoisans, passed the Illinois House of Representatives. “This bill is a good start to much needed property tax relief for all, but especially for our seniors and veterans,” said McCombie. “Illinois’ 2nd highest property tax burden in the nation has forced too many people, especially those living on fixed incomes, out of their homes. With this legislation, comes positive change that may just promote the growth that is needed in Illinois.” HB156 conservatively increases the general homestead exemption from...

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State Representative Brian Stewart – April 10, 2017

We all know that Illinois is in a state of turmoil.  We’ve been guilty of kicking the can down the road one too many times, and for decades we have been neglecting our pension payment obligations.  I’ll be the first to say that I don’t envy the Governor’s current position. This past week Governor Rauner gave his annual budget address.  In his speech, the Governor laid out his spending plan for the next fiscal year.  Some of his numbers relied on the State Senate to continue negotiations in an attempt to fill a budget gap, and the rest relied on anticipated revenues. There is little debating the fact that Illinois doesn’t have enough funds flowing in to pay all of our bills.  The only question is how are we going to fill that void.  To his credit, the Governor has shown a refusal to play another game of kick the can.  Previous Governors have relied on accounting gimmicks that raided the transportation and other funds, but Governor Rauner is determined to come up with a long-term solution to a far too long ignored problem. So where does this leave us?  The Governor signaled that it is necessary for the Senate to continue their budget negotiations to achieve a balanced budget.  We’ve already seen good progress on that front, though some proposals that have been floated were almost universally opposed....

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Heart of the Matter

Illinois’ budget ideas going from bad to worse to – believe it or not – good BY TOM KOCAL Publisher, RiverReader.org It’s been nearly two years since Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan said that democrats were ready to pass a $36.3 billion “spending” plan, admitting that the state did not have the funds or the revenue to back the plan. “Democrats in the legislature, both the House and the Senate, will offer a spending plan that’s consistent with our view of what the state of Illinois should do for Illinoisans who need the government to be helpful to them,”...

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Courthouse Report – April 2017

Carroll County Police Blotter C. JEFFREY DORAN, SHERIFF Craig Dimmick, Cheif Deputy 301 N. Main St. Mt CarrollL, IL 61053 PHONE: 815-244-9171 FAX: 815-244-2656 EMAIL: jeff_doran_cop@yahoo.com Cindy Sisler, Telecomunicator/E-911 Contact Person  EMAIL: cindysisler@carroll-county.net April 30, 2017 At 7:47 pm Zachary A. Monshower, 44 of Savanna, was arrested by Savanna Police Department on a Carroll County warrant for Contempt. Bond was set at $2,000.00 10% applies. Monshower was issued a recognizance bond, Authority judge Gunnarsson. April 29, 2017 At 5:59 am Michael J. Schnitzler 23 of Mt Carroll, was arrested by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department for Driving While Licensed Suspended/...

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Carroll County 4-H Forecast

  BY LEANNE RAHN Carroll County 4-H and Youth Program Coordinator MOUNT CARROLL — University of Illinois Extension is committed to providing residents in Carroll, Lee and Whiteside counties with high quality education services and programs focusing on agriculture, parenting, community and economic development, horticulture and youth development. To learn more about any of the following programs, visit web.extension.illinois.edu/clw/ or call 815-632-3611; or e-mail Leanne Rahn at lrahn@illinois.edu or call the Carroll Co. University of Illinois Extension at 815-244-9444. Carroll County Archery SPIN Club Will Meet Carroll County Archery SPIN Club will meet from 8 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 15, at the Mike and Jodi York farm, 25269 E. Locust Road in Lanark. The Archery SPIN club is open to all youth 8-18 years old that would like to learn how to shoot or advance their skills. Spring practice sessions/workshops are scheduled for Wednesday’s, from 5 to 6  p.m. on April 19, May 3, May 17, May 31. Summer sessions will be scheduled at a later date. A parent or adult must accompany you. Dress for the weather. You need to arrive at least ½ hour before ending time if you are going to be late and want to shoot. Bring your equipment with you, but there is also equipment available for use. There is no cost for 4-H’ers to attend; for non 4-H’ers a $20 fee ...

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Raise your hand if you or someone you know is a 4-H alum from Illinois!

4-H pledges to re-engage millions of alumni to help grow 4-H MOUNT CARROLL — 4-H, the largest youth development program in the nation, is calling on all alumni to raise their hands to help bring 4-H to 10 million youth by 2025. Currently 4-H empowers nearly six million young people in every county across America, including 26,500 4-H’ers in Illinois. For more than 100 years, the 4-H impact on young people has been immeasurable. “Having experienced our programs first-hand, our alumni know best what a positive impact 4-H had on them growing up, which is why we’re reaching out to them to support the next generation of true leaders,” said Lisa Diaz, University of Illinois assistant dean and 4-H director. “Whether they’re running Fortune 100 companies, performing to sold-out crowds, leading community programs or volunteering to empower local youth, 4H alumni are the epitome of true leadership,” said Jennifer Sirangelo, president and CEO, National 4H Council. “Our remarkable alumni now have the perfect opportunity to pay it forward, ensuring that the next generation has the opportunity to benefit from the 4H experience.” As part of the Raise Your Hand call to action through June 30, 4-H is asking the millions of 4H alumni across the nation, including 4-H alums in Illinois to Raise Your Hand and pay it forward in support of providing the hands-on learning that empowers kids...

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Al-Anon Meets in Freeport Monday

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