Junior Woman's Club, Elkhart Historical Society, First Baptist
Church, Kiwanis, U of I Extension and Ag Day Breakfast make Close Up
By Mike Fak
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Lincoln Junior Woman's Club will host its seventh annual
"Spring Craft and Vendor Fair" on Saturday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Lincoln Park District, 1400 Primm Road. There will be
more than 20 booths from Lincoln and surrounding communities. The
Lincoln Junior Woman's Club members will sell food and bake sale
items at their "Jennie June Café." Funds raised will go back into
the community for student scholarships, community beautification and
supporting projects internationally.
Elkhart Historical Society will present "Tales of Hog Marches
and Cattle Kings," the first of the society's 2010 lecture series,
on March 12. The Friday night dinner begins at 5:30, with the talks
following from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Wild Hare Café in historic
downtown Elkhart. Two speakers will talk about how local cattle and
hog industries were influenced by the historic individuals who
raised and sold livestock in central Illinois.
First Baptist Church, 101 Broadway, is having a pancake and
sausage breakfast Saturday, March 13. Everyone is welcome. The time
is 7 a.m.–noon.
Kiwanis Club of Lincoln is having its 24th annual ham and
beans lunch Saturday at the American Legion Hall. Tickets are
available at the door. Adults
$7; children under 6 eat free.
All proceeds go to benefit local youth projects.
of Illinois Extension in Logan County will offer a training
session for day care providers on Monday, March 15, from 6 to 8 p.m.
"Activities to get Kids Moving" will be presented by Patti Faughn,
family life educator from University of Illinois' Springfield
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Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce and partnering sponsors
invite you to the 11th annual Ag Day Breakfast on Thursday,
March 18, at 7 a.m. at Lincoln Christian University's Laughlin
Center. This is a free community event to Logan County residents.
This unique event provides a networking environment for both
agriculture and business leaders. The purpose is to recognize the
economic impact of agriculture in Logan County.
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