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March 2009

Nursing HomesSaturday, March 28

K of C Family Fun Dinner Night
SPONSOR: Lincoln Knights of Columbus Council 1250 
WHO: Open to the public
DETAILS: Dinner will be lettuce salad, ham or turkey ponyshoes, dessert, iced tea and coffee. Bring the whole family for dinner, and then, while the adults are being entertained, there will be a movie in the meeting room for the kids. Buy your tickets in advance at Carroll Catholic School or at the door that night.
Lincoln K of C Hall 
WHEN: Dinner 6-7:30 pm, entertainment 7:30-8:15 pm, comedian from Mason City Limits 8:15-8:45 pm

SPONSOR: Lincoln Christian College
WHO: Public
DETAILS: For tickets, call 217-732-3168, ext. 2232.
(See information in Close Up column.)
Lincoln Christian College, Earl C Hargrove Chapel
WHEN: 7:30 pm

SchoolsSunday, March 29

Pancake and sausage fundraiser
SPONSOR: Lady Railer Booster Club
WHO: Public invited
DETAILS: All-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, biscuits and gravy, milk, juice, and coffee. Carryouts are available.
(See information in Close Up column.)
Knights of Columbus, 217 N. Limit
WHEN: 7 am-noon

Hunting Heritage Superfund Banquet
SPONSOR: Salt Creek Ridgerunners National Wild Turkey Federation chapter
WHO: Everyone welcome
DETAILS: 12th annual event. Call Mike, 217-737-5509, for ticket prices. Kids under 10 free.
VFW Hall, Fifth Street
WHEN: Open 5:30 pm; dinner at 7 pm

BankTuesday, March 31

Information session on Accelerated Bridge to Education program
SPONSOR: Lincoln College
WHO: Adult learners
DETAILS: Are you an adult interested in completing your bachelor's degree? With Lincoln College's Accelerated Bridge to Education program, you can earn your bachelor's degree by attending class just one night a week. Degrees are offered in business administration, liberal arts and health services administration, as well as an 18-credit-hour dental services management certificate. To hear more about the program, attend the information session. RSVP to

WHERE: Alumni Room, Meyer-Evans Student Center, Lincoln College
WHEN: 6-7 pm

DivorceCare seminar and support group
SPONSOR: Jefferson Street Christian Church
DETAILS: (See article.)
WHERE: 1700 N. Jefferson
WHEN: 7-9 pm
(Tuesdays through April 21)


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