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Added August 7
American Red Cross encourages blood donations leading into Labor Day weekend
 

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[August 08, 2014]  PEORIA - The American Red Cross continues to have an urgent need for blood donors of all blood types to give before the Labor Day holiday, even after many more donors stepped up to give following an urgent call issued in late July. Donors with typeís O negative, B negative and A negative blood are especially needed.  (Click here to continue reading)


Thrivent to hold annual meeting October 19

Thrivent Financial For Lutherans Logan County Chapter will hold its annual meeting on Sunday October 19 at noon.  (Click here to continue reading)
 


Bake Sale to benefit Veteran's Day activities

LINCOLN - Adult supporters from Logan County and St. John United Church of Christ are sponsoring a Bake Sale on Saturday, August 9 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 915 Fifth Street in Lincoln. All proceeds will benefit the 13th Annual Veteranís  (Click here to continue reading)
 


Logan County Democrats to meet August 9

The Logan County Democrats will meet on Saturday, August 9th at 10:00 a.m. at the Lincoln Public Library in the downstairs meeting room. Our meetings are open to all Logan County Democrats.
 


Harvest of Talents of Lincoln Christian Church Presents:
An Afternoon of Great Scenes from the Musical Theatre

LINCOLN - Harvest of Talents of Lincoln Christian Church presents an afternoon of great scenes from the musical theatre featuring the talents of: Linda Storm, Tim Searby, Gail King, Kay Dobson, Brandon Davis, Julie King, Tiffany Sprague, Paula Landess, LaVerne Tesh, Rich Knopp, Mike Vernon, Gayla Woods, Annie Sheley, Betsy Ramsey, Randy Storm, Laurin Hill, Barry King, Bev Kurka, Deb Parker, Paula Knopp, Bob Kurka, Lorna Searby, Emmary Roemer, Donnie Parker, Dan Bailey, Sadie Bolton, Owen Roemer, Maura Gowin, Zildgin Bolton, Eli Roemer, Isaac Sprague, Erin Gowin, Ella Roemer.  (Click here to continue reading)
 


Met Singer Comes to Lincolnís First Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Aug. 10

LINCOLN - After signing a contract to perform at the Metropolitan Opera next season, renowned American tenor Harold Meers will visit Lincoln, Illinois on Sunday, August 10 at 5 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. (Click here to continue reading)
 


Chamber to host volunteer recruitment party Saturday, Aug. 9

LINCOLN - On Saturday, August 9th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lincoln Walmart Store, organizers of the Lincoln Art & Balloon Festival are hosting a party to celebrate and recruit volunteers for Logan Countyís largest event. (Click here to continue reading)
 


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Stag-R-Inn to host 3rd Annual ALS/Lou Gehrigís Disease Awareness 5K

EMDEN - The 3rd Annual ALS 5K to raise awareness of ALS/Lou Gehrigís Disease will be held on Saturday August 23, 2014 at the Stag-R-Inn, Emden.  (Click here to continue reading)

 


Glass recycling held the second Saturday of each month

The Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency, in collaboration with the Lincoln Womanís Club and the Ardagh Group(formerly Verallia Saint-Gobain Containers), holds its monthly glass collection on the second Saturday of each month thru the summer at the Logan County Fairgrounds (use Main Gate entrance) between the hours of 9 AM and noon. The collection will be cancelled in event of inclement weather or extreme heat.  (Click here to continue reading)


Electronics recycling held on the second Saturday of each month

Habitat for Humanity Logan County will hold its monthly electronics recycling collection on the second Saturday of each month at the Habitat for Humanity warehouse located at 915 Woodlawn Road between the hours of 9 AM and noon. The collection is offered free of charge to the public. Habitat for Humanity Logan County continues to collect televisions for recycling.  (Click here to continue reading)
 


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