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Lincoln, IL

    posted daily aT NOON (CDT)

September 15, 2000

ORGANIZATIONS

Teens making a difference

[AUG. 12, 2000]  Reminder:  Monday from noon to 8 p.m. teens are invited to stop and sign anti-alcohol pledges. HYPE and Logan County Snowball members will be sitting out under the billboard on Woodlawn at the corner of the fairgrounds.

Come out, see your friends, make a pledge, get a free T-shirt!

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Logan County Fair Queen Elizabeth Stoll poses with Governor Ryan at the County Fair Day Luncheon.

All the County Fair Queens and Little Misses were invited to this lunch honoring County Fair Volunteers.

HEALTH & FITNESS

Cochlear implant helps Lincoln woman rejoin hearing world

[AUG. 12, 2000]  "I can’t believe how much I didn’t hear!"  After more than 20 years of not hearing things most of us take for granted, Eva Dahmm is celebrating everyday sounds again. She’s heard the squawk of a baby robin, the rustle of a mourning dove’s wings, the squeak of train wheels and the sizzle of eggs cooking in a skillet. This dramatic improvement came on July 13, when she got the headset to go with her new cochlear implant.

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Click here to see pictures from the State Fair in Springfield.


Mary Brown, who will be a fifth-grade student in Kate Ewing's class at Washington-Monroe this fall, helps special needs teacher, Jane Redding, plant flowers and herbs donated by Mitchell-Newhouse Lumber Company. Washington-Monroe and other District 27 schools are using gardens to make their grounds more attractive and to engage students, teachers, parents and neighbors in gardening projects. 

Habitat for Humanity enters a new stage of construction on its home on Sherman Street.  Scratched in the new basement wall is:  

2000: Thanks for all the people who helped

SPIRITUAL LIFE

Trinity Episcopal Church presents Scholarship

[AUG. 12, 2000]  The Vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church presented Beth Bryant with a Scholarship to Life. Beth a graduating senior, has been a very active Member in the life of the Church, being involved in Church School, as an Acolyte, in Breakfast Club, chairing Crop Walk, musical programs for the Holidays, summer church camp, and in the pews at worship with her parish Family.

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Animals for adoption

An abundance of farm cats is available 
FREE to farmers.

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