May 2010 Volume 3 - Issue 5
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A-C CENTRAL KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION & SCREENING Wednesday May 5 & Thursday May 6 at A-C Central High School 9am - 2pm and Friday May 7 at A-C Central Elementary School 9am—2pm . To schedule an appointment call the elementary school at 458-2224. All students entering kindergarten will need a certified birth certificate and completed dental, physical and vision forms. MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES Monday May 31st, A-C Central Gym at 10:00 am. Chicken dinner to be served following service. Cost will be your donation.
A-C CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BACCALAUREATE June 2nd 7:30 pm, High School Gymnasium A-C CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION June 6th, 3:00 pm, High School Gymnasium A-C CENTRAL ELEMENTARY JR. HIGH GRADUATION June 7th, 7:00pm, High School Gymnasium
Ashland Community Days June 25th, 26th, & 27th James Park FIRST CITIZEN NOMINATIONS Do you know someone you feel should receive the Ashland First Citizen Award given annually at the Summer Days Celebration? If you do, please send a note telling who and why to Debbie Greer at 404 W. Progress St, Ashland, or email Scot Atwood at ScotAtwood@yahoo.com. The committee would like your suggestions by May 1st. VENDORS WANTED (crafts, vegetables, flea market) for the Ashland Summer Days Celebration, June 25-27. Contact Judy Fulton to reserve a spot. 476-3488
IRIS WALK Irises available for viewing and ordering. Over 300 Varieties in Bloom. May 15 & 16, 22 & 23, 29 & 30 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Located at Kern Acres 12517 State Route 125, Pleasant Plains, IL Crafts & Oil Paintings available also Betty Kern (217) 626-1552
A Memorial Service for Mary Rieken, who passed away Friday, April 23, will be held this Sunday, May 2nd at 3:00 pm at the Peter Cartwright Methodist Church in Pleasant Plains. 320 S. Charles St. Ashland $129,900
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CHURCH DIRECTORY BEREA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Minister Edward J.Moretto Youth Minister, Diann L. Hoagland firstname.lastname@example.org www.bereachristianchurch.com Sunday Christian Education Hour - 9:30 pm Sunday Worship - 10:30 am Wednesday Eve. Prayer Mtg. - 7:00 pm We’re Open On Sunday!! CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Howard Chartier Sunday School - 9:00 am Sunday Worship - 10:00 am FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Rev. L. Wayne Mollohan Youth Minister, Alice Kern email@example.com Sunday School - 9:30 am Sunday Worship - 10:30 am Wednesday Night Youth Group - 7:00 pm ST. AUGUSTINE CHURCH Father Chris Brey 476.8856 Ashland Sunday Mass - 9:00 am Beardstown Sunday Mass - 11:00 am Sunday (Spanish) - 12:30 pm Virginia Saturday - 5:00 pm UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Patricia Hutton 476.8858 www.ashlandunitedmethodist.com Sunday Worship - 8:45 am Sunday School - 10:00 am Wednesday Prayer Service - 6:30 pm Choir Practice - 7:30 Youth Second Saturday - 10am - 2pm NEW BEGINNINGS CHURCH, s.b.c. Pastor Terry Beauchamp www.newbeginningschristianfellowship.net contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday’s 1st Service @ 8:00 am Sunday School for all ages@ 9:10-10:00 am New Adult Singles Ministry @ 9:10 - 10:00 am at 308 West Washington, Ashland 2nd Service - 10:15 am YOUTH4TRUTH @ 6:30-7:30 pm Wednesday Corporate Prayer @ 7:00 pm Saturday’s Men’s Prayer Breakfast @ 8:00 am
First Baptist Church Mother Daughter Banquet ―Women Wear Many Hats‖ May 5, 2010 Potluck Dinner at 6:30 pm with program to follow
ASHLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH HOLDING MOTHER/DAUGHTER BANQUET May 15 at 5:30 pm is the date for the Mother/Daughter Banquet being held in the church basement. The evening will be hosted by the Jennie James Circle with a theme of FILL MY CUP, LORD. We need to know how many people to expect so please make you reservations by Sunday, May 2 with any Jennie James Circle member. The cost is $7.00 per person and children under 3 are free. After the meal JILL LAYNE AND GUEST will be bringing us a musical program to share with our families. It will be open to sons and grandsons as well as Mothers and Daughters. We look forward to seeing you then!!!
Ashland-Pleasant Plains Ministerial Alliance will be having National Day of Prayer May 6th, in James Park at 7:30 pm.
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The engagement of Lilianne Kyrouac of Edwardsville and Dylan Downs of Alton is being announced. The future bride is the daughter of Greg and Nancy Kyrouac of Ashland. She graduated from A-C Central High School and will graduate from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville in May. She will attend Washington University in St. Louis this fall, studying for a Masterâ€™s degree in Occupational Therapy. The future groom is the son of Rhonda Downs of Jacksonville and Chuck Downs of Sherman. He graduated from Jacksonville High School and Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He attends the Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine in Alton. Their wedding is planned for Saturday, June 19, at Annie Merner Chapel on the campus of MacMurray College in Jacksonville.
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Happy 60th Anniversary Dale & Joan DeGroot will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary May 25, 2010. The couple was married at the Bride’s home by Rev. Alf Anderson. They are the parents of Denny & Darren DeGroot of Ashland and David DeGroot of Port Charlotte, FL. They have seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF A-C CENTRAL This year marks the 20 year anniversary of the consolidation of Ashland and Chandlerville into A-C Central. To celebrate this special year, an A-C Central Alumni Association is being formed. Plan to attend Ashland Summer Days June 25-27, 2010 at James Park. Saturday night June 26th will be A-C Central Alumni Night! Captain Geech & the Shrimp Shack Shooters will take the stage at 8:00 pm. The graduating class of 1990 will be recognized during the band’s performance. Here is a glance at the other events taking place throughout the weekend.
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Friday June 25th…………………………………………………………………………………… 7:00 pm..................... Craft & Food stands open 6:00 - 11:00 pm ......... Baby Contest, Little Miss & Mr. Contest & First ................................ Citizen’s Award 8:00 - 1:00 pm ........... Beer Tent - Stage entertainment - Rewind Saturday June 26th – A-C Central Alumni Night………………………………………… 9:30 am..................... Flag raising & Parade ................................ Craft & Food stands open 11:00 am ................... Tractor Pull 11:00 am - 7:00 pm .... Pony Rides 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ..... BINGO ................................ Kids’ Games 5:00 pm..................... Fireman’s Fish Fry 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm.... Beer Tent 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm.... Stage Entertainment – Captain Geech and the ................................ Shrimp Shack Shooters Sunday June 27th………………………………………………………………………………… 9:00 am..................... Volleyball Tournament - Contact Stephanie ................................ Lindsey at 341-5490 if you have a team you’d ................................ like to enter 11:00 am - 1:00 pm .... Chicken Dinner in the Park- contact Debbie for ................................ tickets 741-0656 by June 15th 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm.... Stage Entertainment – Hipbone Sam 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ..... Car & Bike Show 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ..... Tae Kwan Do 5:00 pm..................... Evening Vesper Service ................................ Fireworks at Dusk ................................ Kiddy Carnival Games – all 3 days We are accepting donations to help build the Alumni Association and for future events and scholarships for A-C Central grads. There is an account set up at West Central Bank (formally State Bank of Ashland). Please feel free to send donations to the bank at PO Box 467, Ashland, IL 62612.
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Prairie Skies Public Library District Join us at the Prairie Skies Library for a cup of coffee and a good book! Just come in on Monday or Wednesday, between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Ashland location, and Tuesday or Thursday between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Pleasant Plains Branch. Read the paper, browse, visit, or just relax with a friend and a cup of coffee. We want your business and hope to create an enjoyable place for your quiet times with ―BOOKS and BREW‖. We have a fresh pot BREWING again at 4:00 pm on the same days listed above. The Prairie Skies Public Library District, Ashland location and the Pleasant Plains Branch are planning another FUN Filled Summer Reading Program: ―SCARE UP A GOOD BOOK” to start June 7th and 8th and running each week till the 19th and 20th of July. Watch for more details to follow in the next copy of the SCOOP. Ashland Location Hours: Mon / Wed: 9 am - 7 pm Tues / Thurs / Fri: 9 am - 5 pm Sat: 9 am - 2 pm
Pleasant Plains Location Hours: Mon / Wed / Fri: 9 am - 5pm Tues / Thurs: 9 am - 7 pm Sat: 9 am - 2 pm
GIANT CRAFT/ FLEA MARKET PLANNED FOR THE CLAYVILLE SPRING FESTIVAL MAY 22 & 23 The Pleasant Plains Historical Society is seeking exhibitors for the craft and flea market planned for Clayville’s spring festival May 22nd and 23rd. Clayville is a historic stagecoach stop on Rt. 125, one mile each of Pleasant Plains. The Craft/Flea market will consist of antiques and collectibles, as well as a variety of handmade crafts. This is an outdoor event and will be held rain or shine. Space rental is $60 for a 20’x15’ spot, $110 for a 20’x30’, and $150 for a 20’ x 45’. The cost covers both days of the event. To reserve an exhibitor space, please contact Debbie Hill at 626-1570 or 4150540 after 5:00 p.m. weekdays. There are many activities planned for the weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, local artisans will be demonstrating their talents. The Broadwell Inn and the Batterton cabin will be open for touring. There will also be a civil war encampment and a children’s carnival. Local musicians will keep you entertained with everything from dulcimer to bluegrass. You can also take a ride through historic Clayville by way of stagecoach. Food will be available all week-end.
The children’s carnival will have tickets for purchase. Times and admission prices: Sunday, May 23rd 9am – 4 pm
21 22 22 23 Friday, May 21st 8pm – Midnight
“Southern Cross” Band and cash bar Adults $3
Saturday, May 22nd 9am – 6 pm Daytime activities described above
$3 adults $1 Children 7-12 Younger than 7 – free
Saturday, May 22nd 8pm – Midnight “Ransom” Band with cash bar Adults $3
Daytime activities described above
Adults $3 $1 Children 7-12 Younger than 7 - Free
For other inquiries, contact Dan Usherwood at 691-4533 or go to clayville.org.
BITS-N-PIECES ASHLAND VFW POST 3546… Meets monthly at 7:00 p.m. on the 3rd Monday at the Firehouse. AMERICAN LEGION POST 498... Meets monthly at 7:30 p.m. on the 3rd Monday at the Firehouse. CHESS CLUB IS BACK... Thursday, 7:00 pm, Church of Christ Parsonage ASHLAND U-HELP... Any student may apply for up to $500 loan with an interest rate of 3%. Applications are available at West Central Bank in Ashland. ASHLAND WOMANS CLUB … Spring Luncheon, May 4th at 12:00 pm ―Aloha Spring‖! Reservations Closed
ASLAND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960… Ashland High School Class of 1960 will meet at the Baptist Hall at 2 p.m. If you have friends in that class, stop by and say hello. SECOND SATURDAY… Ashland United Methodist Church Second Saturday is open to all children in the community who are between the ages of 3 years old and in the 5th grade. AHS ALUMNI BANQUET…. Saturday May 29th at Pete Gutmann Gymnasium. The program is ―Remembering Former Teachers‖ Dress is casual. MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM… The Memorial Day Program will be Monday, May 31st, at the A-C Central School at 10:00 a.m. A chicken dinner will be served.
SENIOR SAINTS… The Senior Saints will meet at Baptist Church Hall, April 17 at 6:00 pm. Bring a salad or dessert and your favorite topping for a baked potato. Reservations can be made by calling 476-8848.
ASHLAND COMMUNITY DAYS… Friday, June 25 - Sunday June 27th. Watch for details and a schedule of events.
LOOKING AHEAD… In January of 2011, The First Baptist Church of Ashland will be celebrating the 125th Anniversary of it’s founding.
FOR SALE… For Sale - entertainment center, $25 or best offer. Also for sale - furnace/central air unit with coils, $600 or best offer. Contact Ron at 217-320-1861
NOTICE….. As of April 1st I will no longer be accepting sewing or alteration projects. Thank You for your many years of patronage and friendship. - Beverly Donnan
THANK YOU….. Thanks to John Jones Ashland had a very successful Spring garage sale.
THE A-C CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION IS SEEKING… candidates to serve on the Committee of 10. Please contact the unit office for information or Amy Parlier.
FOR SALE… 20 - 8 foot long x 4 foot tall wooden picket fence sections plus gate. $10 per section. Call 971-1233
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April Anniversary 8 - Ron & Dawn Hoagland - 15 yrs
May Birthdays 5 - Robin Pettit 7 - Hoaby Hoagland (13 yrs) 10 - Randy Christison 13 - Brody Pettit 16 - Dan Devlin 17 - Matt Hobrock 26 - Beth Cosner 29 - Nancy Heather 29 - Mary Rose 29 - Emily Thornley 30 - Shannon Eskew
May Anniversaries 25 - Claude & Donna DeKamp (1969) 25 - Mick & Marie Keeney (1969) 25 - Dale & Joan DeGroot (60 Years)
Members of the A-C Central Band th th Fourteen 7 and 8 graders from A-C Central recently particiMiddle School attended a Mathematical Com- pated in the Illinois High School Assopetency Challenge on Saturday, April 24th in Payson, IL. The students competed in an indi- ciations Organizational Contest on vidual competition and a team competition. th th Friday April 16, Allyson Quick finished in 5 place for the 8 grade individual competition. There were about 2010. The contest site for A-C was Rochester IL. The band 75 eighth graders and 80 seventh graders competing from ten schools. The students en- performed a couple of selections for a panel joyed live music, had lunch, received a t-shirt, of judges and were awarded a Superior rating. These selections can be heard again and some even won door prizes. Math teacher on the annual spring concert which will be Carrie Jo Donnan accompanied the students to held on May 19 beginning at 7 PM.
Mathematical Competency Challenge
the contest. Congratulations to Allyson for her 5th place finish! The students are pictured in the following order:
7th graders: Front: Emma Lynn, Kristin Irlam, Carrie Allen, Robert Tungate Back: McKenzie Stephens, Becca Wegs, Chrystal Haselett, Hoaby Hoagland, Jennifer Adkins 8th graders: Front: Hannah Miller, Allyson Quick Back: Austin Fields, Ty Kesselring, Parrish Smith
5th Place: Allyson Quick
The band is under the direction of Kim Webster and members of the A-C Band that performed included:
Carly Abbott Lindsay Allan Maggie Allen Kayla Anderson Dylan Armstrong Courtney Bedtka Phoebe Betters Hannah Capps Courtney Cave Lindsey Cole Dariel DeGroot Fallon Devlin Will Edge Cali Edwards Stacey Eskew Kelsey Gardner Lexi Hager Kelsey Handy Amanda Hoffman Drew Hoffman Morgan Holmes Chad Homer Kayla Houchin Ali Jacobs Lisa Jennings Grace Johnson
Dalton Dones Grant Kelly Taylor Koch April Leinberger Jenny Lewis Nate Mahoney Cody Miller Tracy Mitchell Sicely Nicholas Zach Parrish Sam Petefish Hoey Petefish Haley Pfaffe Lauren Pfaffe Sarah Pherigo Victoria Pherigo Joseph Ratliff Carmen Savage Krissy Simmons Alyx Smith Brandon Smith Brit Stribling Lane WEgs Morgan Wessel Faith Woddows Kim Yeley
MAY / JUNE SCHOOL CALENDAR May School Calendar May 1 651 S. Job St., Virginia, IL. 62691 710 Maple Ave., Rushville, IL. 62681 www.extension.uiuc.edu/cassschuyler Jodie Tate, County Director Event Calendar 4-H Pork Chop BBQ Sat., May 1 10:00 a.m. ~ 1:00 p.m. Cenex Gas Station, Virginia (Corner of Rt 78 & Rt 125) Come out and support the Cass Co. 4-H Federation! For more information or to register for any of our upcoming events, please call: Cass Co. Extension office at 217-452-3211
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PROM HS SB @ Plains Tourney HS BB vs. Griggsville/Perry 11:00 am May 2 ACV Booster Meeting @ Virginia City Hall 7:00 pm May 3 JH Track @ North Greene 1:00 pm May 4 HS SB @ North Greene 4:30 pm HS BB @ North Greene 4:30 pm May 5 HS SB @ Beardstown 4:30 pm May 6 JH Track @ Beardstown 4:00 pm May 10 HS BB vs. Havana 4:30 pm HS Track @ Beardstown 4:00 pm May 11 HS Academic Awards Night HS Track @ IL College 3:00 pm May 12 Dismiss @ 2;11 pm (SIP Day) JH Track @ ISD 12:30 pm May 14 HS SB @ Lewistown 4:30 pm May 16 Senior Love Feast May 18 Middle School Spring Concert 7:00 pm May 19 High School Spring Concert 7:00 pm May 20 FFA Banquet May 21-23 Senior Trip May 29 Ashland High School Alumni Banquet May 31 NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day June School Calendar Jun Jun Jun Jun
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HS Baccalaureate 7:30 pm Dismiss @ 11:30 – Last Day HS Graduation 2:00 pm 8th Grade Graduation 7:00 pm
VOCAL NEWS On March 31, A-C Central hosted the Cass County Solo and Ensemble Contest. Fifth, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade vocal and instrumental students from Beardstown, Virginia, Our Savior, A-C, and even a few from PORTA, participated in solo or small group performances and were judged on various aspects of musicianship. Once the scores were tallied, a I (Superior), II (Very Good), or a III (Average) rating was assigned to the performance.
A-C Central Middle School NCAA March Madness Bracket Winners The 7th and 8th graders at A-C Central Middle School completed brackets in math class for the NCAA Men’s and Women’s basketball tournaments. They received points for each round and had to keep track of their scores. The winners received a candy bar from Mrs. Donnan as their prize. 7A Men’s: Carrie Allen 111 7A Women’s: Carrie Allen 158
These students received a II rating:
The following vocal students from A-C Central received a Superior I rating:
7B Men’s: Jay Conner 117 7B Women’s: McKenzie Stephens 156
Tiffani Homer Emilee Rives Alex Brue Allison Quick Emma Lynn
Emma Lynn Chrystal Haselett Allyson Quick Carrie Allen (2) Tiffani Homer
8Gen Men’s: Drake Houser 115 8Gen Women’s: Drake Houser, Morgan McNeal, Blake Mowry 146
Congratulations on a job well done to all these outstanding singers!!
8Alg Men’s: Madalyn Elder 125 8Alg Women’s: Shelbi Thornley & Ty Kesselring 144 Overall, the winner of the men’s bracket was Madalyn Elder. The overall winner of the women’s bracket was Carrie Allen.
A-C CENTRAL JH PARTICIPATES IN SOLO ENSEMBLE CONTEST Quite a large number of young musicians from A-C Central JH participated in the Cass County Solo/Ensemble Contest hosted in Ashland on March 31, 2010. Students were to prepare a selection and perform some basic skills for a judge. Results of the contest were as follows:
I – Superior Rating Hoaby Hoagland Austin Fields Megan Anderson Sam Thornley Zach Kays Phillip Wessel Bailey Devlin Jacob Barla Bailey smith Austin Cuba Kaitlyn Throgmorton Gretchen Throgmorton Adam Hoffman Conner Richard Jackson Allen David Miller Brian Koch Eric Stroisch Kolby Vandenbergh Ethan Carlock Alexa Waters Serena Nicholas Hallie Greer Erin Kelly
Breann Knapp Shelby Thornley Kylee Fields Alex Brue Brit Smith Riley Cowman Eric Savabe Briley Eilers Emma Lynn Ty Kesselring Haley Allen Kayla Moffitt Chrystal Haslett Becca Wegs Emily Koch Allyson Quick Dustin Noble Quinlan Mahoney Kirby Cowman Craig Houchin Cerys Boston Lane Newell Ricky Miller Mahoney & Cowman
II – Good Kyle Winkelman McKenzie Stephenson Ryan Woodard & Quinn Allen Sabrina Reek & Madison Donaldson Kristin Irlam & Carrie Allen Carly Critchlow Darcy Buker
Piano solos that received ratings were: Heather Gleason - I Allyson Quick - I Erin Kelly - I Ty Kesselring - I Erin Kelly - I
A special thanks goes out to Cindy Marr & Leighann Allen for their time and talents on the piano.
A-C CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WIN AT REGIONAL SCIENCE FAIR
Megan Bergerud signs to play basketball at UIS with Virginia-AC head basketball coach Ty Gebhardt at her side. Looking on are head volleyball coach Kristi VanMeter, Jr. High Basketball Coach Jeff Bennett, and former Head Basketball Coach Stan Edge.
Students at A-C Central Middle School were very successful at the Regional Science Fair. Shelbi Thornley’s project was chosen as one of the top 20 jr. high Projects. Ty Kesselring and Crag Houchin’s project was chosen as Outstanding Project in Consumer Science. Of the five projects, one received an Outstanding Award— Shelbi Thornley—and the other four received First Place Ratings—Ty Kesselring and Craig Houchin, Allyson Quick, Parrish Smith and Cerys Boston, Kaitlin Throgmorton and Madalyn Elder. Three projects were chosen to move on to the State Science Fair held at the University of Illinois on Saturday, May 8th: Shelbi Thornley, Ty Kesselring and Craig Houchin, and Allyson Quick. Congratulations to all participants!! L-R: Ty Kessering Craig Houchin Shelbi Thornley Allyson Quick
Megan Bergerud signs to play basketball at UIS as her current VAC Redbird teammates show their support. Power Pass Volleyball Club had another successful season in 2010. Some of the tournament results follow: Lake Land Classic at Lake Land College in Mattoon 2nd Place
Cerys Boston, Parrish Smith
STATE SCIENCE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Bearcat Classic at McKendree College in Lebanon 2nd Place Culver Stockton College in Canton, MO Consolation Champs
On more project from A-C Central Middle School has qualified for the State Science Fair on Saturday, May 8th at the University of Illinois in Champaign. Parrish Smith and Cerys Boston will be participating at the State Science Fair with their project.
The team is pictured: Front: Marlee Landon, Courtney Cave, Alexis Henry Back: Lindsey Birdsell, Taylor Jokisch, Brittany Stribling, Hailey Feigl, Jill Stock, Maggie Allen
Congratulations Parrish and Cerys!
Power Pass is coached by Kayla Birdsell and directed by Carrie Jo Donnan.
Warrior Tourney in Athens 1st Place in Silver Division
West Central Bank of Ashland
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Ads created by students in Mrs. Kesselringâ€™s 6th Grade Class
Kendra Nichole Escudero
Beth & Brian Eilers
Sidney Donnan Jeff & Kelly Donnan
Mr. & Mrs Vahl Escudero
Kim & Bob Fields
Dawn & Joe Moffitt
Beth & Bubba Reed
Emilee Rives Missy Rives
Ashland Community High School 1886 -1989 rd 123 Alumni Banquet “150 Years of Education” Program Social Hour – 6 pm – 7 pm Flag Ceremony & Pledge of Allegiance (Ashland Boy Scout Pack #125) Invocation – Don Parsons Dinner Entertainment by Ken Bradbury Historian – Scot Atwood Memorial Service – Frances(Farmer)Lang Business Meeting Recognition of Classes Introduction of Advisory Board 50/50 Drawing & Door Prizes Benediction – Don Parsons School Song – Cheerleaders
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2008 – 2009 Officers Judy Savage – President Scot Atwood – Vice President Liz Wallbaum – Secretary/Treasurer
In the last two weeks, you may have seen the Wallbaum family around town quite a bit. So far, they have replaced about two hundred water meters of the six hundred scheduled to be replaced. Already, several people have noticed their water usage going up, sometimes quite a bit. Older water meters under read the gallons going through them, and the older the meter, the more they under report. Fortunately for water customers, but unfortunately for the village, customers have been getting a lot of free water. With the increase in water rates on your bill this month, it makes more sense than ever to conserve water. Install low flow toilets and shower heads, and wash only full loads of laundry or dishes. Speaking of toilets put some food coloring in the tank. If any coloring seeps into the bowl, you have a leak. When changing water in a fish aquarium, recycle that water onto house plants. Also, rethink how much you really need to water your yard or garden. As a guide as to how much water a household uses, expect one to two thousand gallons per person in the house. Although that is a wide range, conservation efforts will keep you to the lower end of that range. - Mayor Dave Handy