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Appliance and TV
403 Broadway St.
John R. Gehlbach
529 Pulaski St.
Thomas L. Van Hook
Complete Auto Repair
720 N. Sherman St., rear
Thompson Auto Body
919 S. Kickapoo
105-115 Lincoln Ave.
P.O. Box 170
J&S Auto Center
103 S. Logan
222 S. McLean
Logan County Bank
121 N. Kickapoo
318 N. Chicago
1165 - 2200th St.
1709 N. Kickapoo St.
Puritan Springs at LDN
Advanced Carpet Cleaning
708 Pulaski St.
P.O. Box 306
411 Pulaski St.
Heartland Com. College
620 Broadway St.
601 Keokuk St.
129 S. Sangamon St.
2025 2100th St.
Atlanta, IL 61723
(217) 732-2672 cell
Roger Webster Construction
303 N. Sangamon St.
341 Fifth St.
and Training Center
120 S. McLean St.
K. Bridget Schneider
A.G. Edwards & Sons,
628 Broadway, Suite 1
All Things Blooming
125 S. Lafayette St.
Mount Pulaski, IL
food & ice cream
Gleason's Dairy Bar
110 Clinton St.
127 S. Logan
F-C-S at LDN
& Herbal Country
2580 100th Ave.
San Jose, IL
The Mustard Moon
1314 Fifth St.
214 N. Chicago
Windows, doors, siding,
315 Eighth St
Data introduces service for businesses
Integrity Data, Inc. announced Tuesday
that it has been named a Microsoft® Great Plains® Business Solutions
reselling partner. Integrity Data has established an entire team to
market the Small Business Manager solution developed by Microsoft
Great Plains, a leading provider of business applications that help
small and mid-sized companies become more agile in today’s
interconnected economy. This new team will be referred to as the
Business Services Practice of Integrity Data.
Integrity Data will kick off this new
business practice with an open house on Friday, June 21, between 11
a.m. and 1 p.m. at their office at 110 N. Kickapoo in Lincoln. They
will be offering more information about Small Business Manager and
their Business Services Practice. The YMCA hot dog cart will be
present selling hot dogs to benefit the local YMCA.
Small Business Manager is an
affordable, interconnected accounting solution. Designed
specifically for small, growing businesses, Small Business Manager
delivers functionality to efficiently input, organize and access the
information small businesses need to manage their financial
information and make key decisions for growth.
Small Business Manager is designed to
enable the business owner to do more work in less time. The complete
business management software includes financial, banking, payroll,
sales and purchasing tasks, all in one solution. The quick reporting
and views of key information will help the business owner make smart
decisions faster and build a more profitable business.
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"This product will allow small-business
owners to proactively manage and grow their business. Our total
solution approach includes software, training, implementation,
assistance in selecting the right computers, as well as other
services that allow the customer to start realizing the return on
their investment immediately. We want to provide our customers with
information regarding all of their business technology needs so they
can focus on managing their business, not keeping up with
technology," said Dan Doolin, leader of the Business Services
Microsoft Great Plains Small Business
Manager is designed for businesses with fewer than 25 employees and
less than $5 million (U.S.) in revenue. Small Business Manager is
integrated with Microsoft® bCentral™ online services, allowing
customers to manage their accounting needs while utilizing services
that help them enable e-business, market their business online and
manage customer relationships.
Integrity Data Inc. has a long-standing
relationship with Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions. It has
been a Microsoft Great Plains Solution Developer Partner since its
inception in 1996, developing customized solutions for Microsoft
Great Plains Dynamics and eEnterprise users throughout the United
products mentioned in this news release are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective holders.)
New ALMH board members
New community volunteers took their places on the boards
of Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital during the hospital’s annual
meeting on May 15. Guests attended the dinner that highlighted the
challenges and advancements made by the hospital during the past
year. The joint meeting of the governing boards of Abraham Lincoln
Memorial Hospital, Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation and Lincoln
Health Services recognized retiring members and welcomed new board
Susan M. Harmon,
M.D., medical staff president at ALMH, reported that the three new
physicians who arrived last August have been very busy with
patients. Kristen Green-Morrow, M.D. and Melissa Hardiek, M.D., with
Lincoln Health Care Specialists, and Richard Bivin, M.D., with
Family Medical Center, are Lincoln’s three newest physicians
accepting new patients. Harmon reported that there continue to be
many consulting physicians and specialists who routinely see
patients in Lincoln.
The retiring ALMH
board of directors chair, Mark Graue, recognized the efforts of the
physicians, medical staff, volunteers and employees who work
together as a team to provide a valuable service to the community.
Although Graue will retire from the hospital board, he will remain
on the board of directors of Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation.
president and chief executive officer of ALMH, noted the challenges
that the hospital has faced in the past year in regard to Medicaid
reimbursement. "ALMH continues to overcome challenges and will
thrive for another century to come," stated Hester.
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This year marks the
100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and its
predecessor, St. John Evangelical Deaconess Hospital.
"Our community has
always supported this hospital — even donating food in 1902, when
there was not enough to feed patients," Hester said. "Today, you,
our friends and neighbors, continue to support this organization
with monetary gifts to help us purchase the latest in technology and
equipment and to assist in providing the best in health-are
facilities and services available."
from the Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation board are Marilyn J.
Armbrust, Lauri F. Bates, Evelyn M. Madigan and Gerald A. Sampen.
Officers of the Abraham Lincoln Memorial
Hospital board are William E. Marcotte, chair; William M. Hull,
chair-elect; John D. Blackburn, secretary; and Thomas D. Kissel,
treasurer. New directors are Thomas D. Seggelke, ALMH board; Steven
D. Augenbaugh, ALHF board; and Kathleen K. Vipond, Lincoln Health
Services, Inc. board.
do you go for the
goods and services you want?
finally discover where the best chai in town is and you’re
ecstatic! Then you discover it’s been there a year or so and no
one told you about it. You’re exasperated! Local businesses change
hands, move, increase their stock or services, do all sorts of
things you’d really like to know about, and somehow you don’t
get in on it.
LogOn Production’s Channel 15
has the show you’ve been
waiting for — "Chamber Chat." It airs from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce hosts the weekly
half-hour LIVE talk show.
"Chamber Chat" features
updates on local business activity, community events, issues, and
interviews with volunteers and leaders of special programs taking
place in the community. There will also be opportunity for viewers
to call in with live questions.
There are plans to
occasionally film segments on location in local businesses to add to
the perspective and content of the show.
will air several additional times each week, but Tuesday night will
be the LIVE show. [Click
here to hear it!]
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County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bobbi Abbott thinks,
"A focus on our GOOD NEWS will hopefully provide a domino
effect in positive attitudes and opinions about our community."
invites, "If you have business activity, please e-mail
to me any news about your place of business —
expansions, new employees, new products or services, changes in
location or management, etc."
Abbott, Executive Director
S. Kickapoo Street
ALMH names Nurse of the Year
Judy Stafford, R.N., has been named
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital’s 2002 Nurse of the Year. Stafford
was nominated by her peers and selected by a committee of hospital
staff. She has worked at ALMH on the medical/surgical unit for over
originally from Thayer, Kan., and lives in Lincoln with her husband,
Randy. They have one daughter and one son. Stafford says that she
has many good friends at ALMH and she enjoys the opportunity to
serve and care for people in the community.
[ALMH news release]
Koehler receives Accredited Asset
Management Specialist designation
13, 2002] Nick
Koehler, a financial consultant with the local office of A.G.
Edwards & Sons, has completed training for the title of Accredited
Asset Management Specialist. This program is offered through the
College for Financial Planning, the country’s oldest provider of
financial planning education for more than 28 years.
consultants who are awarded the Accredited Asset Management
Specialist title are not only prepared to identify opportunities in
investments but also in such areas as insurance, tax savings,
retirement and estate planning," said Phil Dehner, branch manager of
the A.G. Edwards in Lincoln.
have in-depth knowledge of the
financial planning process and an understanding that as clients gain
wealth, they have more complex financial needs.
completed 120 hours of training focused on subjects such as asset
allocation, retirement planning and risk management. He also agreed
to abide by a comprehensive code of ethics.
Koehler lives in Lincoln. He is
recently engaged to Stephanie Maloney, also of Lincoln.
[A.G. Edwards news release]
event, ribbon-cutting ceremonies
20, 2002] Bassi
Construction will host the Chamber Mixer from 5 to 7 p.m. today
(Thursday) in the newly-renovated historic Lauer building, 201-205 S.
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies will be from 4:45 to 5 p.m. for the
businesses on the first floor: AMP Studios, Coffee with
Einstein and Franz Express.
chamber of commerce is a catalyst for community progress, bringing
business and professional people together to work for the common
good of Lincoln and Logan County.
Abbott, Executive Director
County Chamber of Commerce
S. Kickapoo St.
Street Corner News
Cindy McLaughlin, program manager
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604 Broadway St., Suite 4
Behne & Co. Inc.
Richard I Ray & Assoc
1350 Richland Ave.
106 S. Chicago
P.O. Box 129
218 Eighth St.
114 E. Cooke St.
P.O. Box 78
Mount Pulaski, IL 62548
311 Broadway St.
601 Keokuk St.
604 Broadway St., Suite 4
polishing & cleaning
All About You
408 Pulaski St.
716 N. Logan
511 Woodlawn Road
Holiday Inn Express
130 Olson Drive
2202 N. Kickapoo
Maple Ridge at LDN
2222 S. Sixth
Springfield, IL 62703
Advanced Eye Care
623 Pulaski St.
Nobbe Eye Care
1400 Woodlawn Road
Good Ole Pest Control
Daron Whittaker, owner
380 Limit St.
102 Fifth St.(217) 732-3100
Alexander & Co.
410 Pulaski St.
610 N. Logan
222 N. McLean
Werth & Associates
1203 Woodlawn Road
Blue Dog Inn
111 S. Sangamon St.
1101 Woodlawn Road
The Sewing Place
503 Woodlawn Road
Lincoln Mission Mart
819 Woodlawn Road
Clinton Mission Mart
104 E. Side Square
Clinton, IL 61727
Neal Tire & Auto
507 Pulaski St.
Abraham Lincoln Tourism
Bureau of Logan County
303 S. Kickapoo
945 Broadwell Drive
529 Woodlawn Road
The Classic Touch
129 S. Sangamon St.
Weddings by Crystal
121 S. Sheridan St.
319 W. Kickapoo St.