Genealogy program, Zion honor roll, Deb
DeJarnette, Montessori fundraiser, Ethan Anderson and Morgan Conrady in Close Up
By Mike Fak
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acquainted with LCGHS Genealogical Research Library,"
presented by Gary Freese, an experienced researcher, will be the
topic at the genealogy office on Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. Don't miss
this program if you want to learn more about researching your family
genealogy. The office is at 114 N. Chicago St. in Lincoln.
Lutheran School first-quarter honor roll
Fifth grade -- Megan Benner, Katie Lynn, Grace Montgomery, Lane
Prather and Madeline Steiner; sixth grade -- Emily Messner and
Kathryn Nobbe; seventh grade -- Heather Heidbreder, Brooklyn Hermes,
Anna Sielaff and Hailie Williams; eighth grade -- Joe Ahrends,
Elizabeth Ford and Lexie Groves
Third grade -- Ysabella Adubato, Moriah Prather and Will
Stambaugh; fourth grade --Madelyn Koehler, Will Messner and Isaiah
Prather; fifth grade -- Francesca Adubato, Noah Henry, Blake Hermes
and Carter Robison; sixth grade -- Ashlan Broom, Emma Cooper, Nathan
Ford, Katie Hunsley and Emma Ritterbush; seventh grade -- Danielle
Burgrabe, Claire Conrady, Sydney Johnson, Zack Prather and Isabelle
Third grade -- Caroline Ahrends and J.R. Lynn; fourth grade --
Greyson Rademaker and Noah Butler; sixth grade -- Ethan Goodey, Mya
Roberts and Lance Podbelsek; seventh grade -- Kalyn Roberts; eighth
grade -- Rachel Lockenour, Cylie Rekart, Drew Simmer, Ben Steiner
and Anna Walters
public is invited to the Lincoln Public Library District's
retirement open house for Deb DeJarnette. Deb is retiring
from the library after 40 years of service to the community. The
open house will be on Monday from 9 a.m. to noon in the library
Annex. Refreshments will be served.
parents group of the Montessori Children's House of Lincoln
will have a trivia night Saturday at Rusty's Clubhouse, 2810
Woodlawn Road in Lincoln. Teams of eight people will play 10 rounds
of 10 questions each. Cost is $100 per team. Doors open at 6 p.m.
and the game will begin at 6:30 p.m. Food and drinks will be
available for purchase from Rusty's.
Funds raised will be offered as partial tuition waivers for new
students. Any parent interested in learning more about the
Montessori Children's House or the tuition waivers that will be
offered should contact the school at 217-732-6104 or
217-737-1463. To sign up for the trivia night, call 217-341-9275.
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The September Senior of the Month at LCHS is Ethan Anderson
of Lincoln. His parents are James and Amy Anderson.
Ethan's school activities have included Fine Arts Club, Pep Club,
band, student government, basketball, cross country, tennis and
National Honor Society. Ethan has been active in the community as
well, including volunteer work with Mount Pulaski Grade School,
Logan County Dynamite Girls, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital,
Honeybear and Junior Topper basketball clinics, and numerous other
Ethan is planning on pre-medicine as a college major.
The October Senior of the Month at LCHS is Morgan Conrady
of Lincoln. Her parents are Michael and Pamela Conrady.
Morgan's school activities have included band, choir and
madrigals, numerous school plays and musicals, Scholastic Bowl,
Thespians, French Club and National Honor Society. Morgan is
active in the community as well, including volunteer work with
Lincoln Food Pantry, Zonta, Humane Society, Lincoln Park District,
Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois, Logan County Fair,
American Legion, Zion Lutheran School, Faith Lutheran Church
Vacation Bible School, Washington-Monroe School and numerous other
Morgan is planning on chemistry as a college major.
Logan County Bank congratulates Ethan and Morgan. The bank is
proud to sponsor Lincoln Community High School's Senior Student of
the Month/Year award and scholarship program. Each monthly winner
receives a $50 U.S. savings bond from the bank and is eligible for a
$1,500 scholarship awarded by bank, to be used at the college of