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LCGHS May meeting, Hunter education course, Relay for Life breakfast, Mount Pulaski junk pick up dates, HSLC Garage Sale drop off dates, Logan County Arts & Crafts Guild

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[May 09, 2014]  To help ensure an adequate blood supply for our region, the Central Illinois Community Blood Center is offering several opportunities to donate blood in Logan County.  (Click here to continue reading)

LCGHS May meeting

Mary Kelley, clerk of the Logan County Circuit Court, will be the guest speaker at the May 19 meeting of the Logan County Genealogical & Historical Society. Mrs. Kelley will share information on the resources available through her office to aid in genealogical work. (Click here to continue reading)

Hunter education course at Lincoln Park District

The Logan County Quail and Upland Game Alliance will host a hunter education course at the Lincoln Park District May 30 and 31.  (Click here to continue reading)


Relay for life annual breakfast

Relay for Life of Logan County’s annual Relay For Life Breakfast will be held in the Lincoln College Cafeteria on Sunday, May 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Click here to continue reading)


Mount Pulaski junk pick up dates

The city of Mount Pulaski has announced it will encourage spring clean-up around the community by offering a free junk drop-off weekend.  (Click here to continue reading)


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HSLC Garage Sale drop off dates

The Humane Society of Logan County is seeking donations for the annual HSLC garage sale. (Click here to continue reading)

Logan County Arts & Crafts guild May meeting

The Logan County Arts & Crafts Guild is planning a visit to the Lincoln College new Museum on May 17 at 1 pm. 

They will meet at the museum and go in as a group.

The museum is opened 9-4 am week days and 1-4 pm on Saturday. Closed on Sunday and evening except by special permission from Mr. Keller.


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