Scouts and Culver's, broadband in Broadwell, Humane Society, LC Genealogical &
Historical Society, Krystine Schnautz and Megan Callahan at the 'U,'
and the Lincoln Jaycees make the Close Up
By Mike Fak
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Boy Scouts will be working hard at Culver's at 2530 Woodlawn
Road on Sept. 22 and September 29. The Scouts will be there from 5
to 8 p.m. and a percentage of sales during that time will be given
to the troop. The funds will be used to offset the summer camp at
Philmont in New Mexico. So come on out to Culver's and have a great
meal plus help our local Boy Scouts.
Broadband in Broadwell. CCAonline has finished their work and
now residents in Broadwell can get the superior quality and service
that has made CCA an ever-expanding Internet provider. Area
residents who need more information can call CCA at 217-735-2677.
dog food to those in need. On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the Humane
Society of Logan County will be distributing dog food to those who
are in need. The HSLC office at 113 S. Sangamon St. in Lincoln, next
to the Blue Dog Inn, will be open from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and
again from 5 until 7 p.m. or until supplies are depleted.
The Logan County Genealogical & Historical Society would
like to invite the public to attend the LCGHS monthly meeting on
Monday, Sept. 21, at 6:30 p.m. Krista Lessen will present a program
entitled "Discovering the history of my home and how I found a
secret room in my home." The meeting will be at 114 N. Chicago St.
in downtown Lincoln.
Krystine Schnautz, sophomore outside hitter for Lincoln
Christian University, was named as the NCCAA Division II
National Player of the Week in women's volleyball for the week
ending Sept. 13. Schnautz won the MVP as she led LCU to the
championship of the NCAA Division III tournament at Rose-Hulman. She
led the team with 72 kills in four matches, 4.8 kills per game, with
an attacking percentage of .455. Megan Callahan was also
named to the all-tournament team as the outstanding setter. In case
you didn't catch this in yesterday's Sports section, Lincoln
Christian University's volleyball team is ranked No. 1 in the nation
in the National Christian College Athletic Association's weekly
rankings in Division II volleyball.
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The Lincoln Jaycees are looking for volunteers to help
build, run and tear down this year's Haunted House.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. Volunteering at the
Haunted House is eligible for required educational community service
hours as well as a lot of fun! Anyone interested in volunteering can
stop by the Haunted House location at 390 Limit St., next to Modern
Brake and AmerenCILCO, to sign up or get more information. You can
also contact Perry Payne at 217-871-4440.
The Lincoln Jaycees are a not-for-profit organization that services
Lincoln and the surrounding communities. The Lincoln Jaycees give
young people between the ages of 18 and 40 the tools they need to
build the bridges of success for themselves in the areas of business
development, management skills, individual training, community
service and international connections.
The Lincoln Jaycees host various community
activities such as an Easter egg hunt, Breakfast with Santa and
Angel Tree. The Jaycees have a variety of management and fundraising
projects besides their Haunted House, including Lincoln Speedway
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