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March 2013

Through April 8

Summer baseball and softball sign-up
SPONSOR: Lincoln Park District
WHO: Kids 5-14
DETAILS: Baseball  |  Softball
(See publicity.)
WHERE: 1400 Primm Road

Through April 27

Prom dress drive
SPONSORS: Logan County Love, New Beginnings Thrift Shoppe,
WHO: Community
DETAILS: Donate your gently used prom dress.
WHERE: Drop off at New Beginnings Thrift Shoppe, 201 S. Sangamon

Thursday, March 28

Mount Pulaski Rotary lunch
SPONSOR: Mount Pulaski Rotary Club
WHO: Approved, dues-paying members
DETAILS: Weekly lunch
(More information)
WHERE: Buff's Restaurant on the Mount Pulaski square 
WHEN: Noon-1 pm

Art and craft class
SPONSOR: Youth Services Department of Lincoln Public Library 
WHO: Children 8-12 years old 
DETAILS: Thursdays through March 28. Preregistration is required for accurate planning of materials. Call 732-5732 the Monday before each class. 
WHERE: Library Annex
WHEN: 3:30 pm

LCHS FFA Alumni meeting
DETAILS: Anyone who is interested in joining the organization is encouraged to contact Tracy Rawlings at or ag teacher and FFA adviser Penny Haase-Wittler at
WHERE: Ag room at Lincoln Community High School, 1000 Primm Road
WHEN: 6:30 pm

Service of the Shadows
SPONSOR: Lincoln Christian Church
DETAILS: (See details in church announcements.)
WHERE: Lincoln Christian Church, 204 N. McLean
WHEN: 7 pm

Friday, March 29

Babysitter's Training
SPONSOR: Red Cross Illinois Capital Area Chapter
WHO: Public
DETAILS: The training is to provide youth who are planning to baby-sit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills; learn how to develop a baby-sitting business, keep themselves and others safe, help children behave; and learn about basic child care and basic first-aid. The recommended age for this course is 11-15 years old. Please bring a lunch to this course. Fee. To sign up, visit or call 1-800-RED-CROSS. Students must enroll at least four days in advance of the class date.
WHERE: 1045 Outer Park Drive, Springfield
WHEN: 8:30 am-3:30 pm

Saturday, March 30

Easter-themed bake sale
SPONSOR: Humane Society of Logan County
WHO: Public
DETAILS: Large Easter-themed bake sale; Pies, cakes, cookies and other sweet treats.
(See article.)
WHERE: Lincoln IGA
WHEN: Begins at 9 am

Relay For Life fundraiser for Walking Wonders team
SPONSOR: Liberty Tax Service 
WHO: Public
DETAILS: All proceeds from tax preparation for the day will go to the American Cancer Society via our Relay For Life team, Walking Wonders. The team will also serve free refreshments during the day.
WHERE: 1301 Woodlawn Road
WHEN: 9 am-5 pm

Easter egg hunt at park district
SPONSORS: Lincoln Park District with Symphony of Lincoln, Lincoln Kiwanis, CITV5 and Thornton 368
WHO: Children up to age 8
(See publicity.)
WHERE: 1400 Primm Road
WHEN: Begins at 10 am

Easter egg hunt at Culver's
SPONSOR: Culver's
WHO: Ages 1-3, 4-6, 7-9
DETAILS: Rescheduled due to snowstorm
WHERE: Culver’s, 2530 Woodlawn Road
WHEN: 3 pm


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