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October 2009


Volume 2 Issue 10 17 Horseshoe, Ashland Reduced to $110,000

CAV EMTS Ambulance Company is having a fund raiser October 3, 2009 at 132 S. Cass Street in Virginia, IL, to raise money for new equipment They will be serving muffins and cinnamon rolls from 7:30 until ? $1.00 each with FREE coffee. Lunch will be served from 9:30 until ? Meals are $5.00 for a fish dinner or BBQ dinner; both include slaw, baked beans and drink. Hot dogs will also be served. A garage sale will also be held at the same time with all monies going to the CAV EMTS. Donations appreciated. Call 452-7223 for pick-up of donations or they can be dropped off at the CAV EMTS office.

Nice home in a great subdivision! 1500 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, with basement; New paint & carpet.

RE/MAX PROFESSIONALS Jim Skeeters, Jr. 2475 West Monroe Springfield, IL 62704 217-741-5116 Email:

209 E. Franklin, Ashland $70,000 Nice 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home, over 1100 square feet of living space. New carpet and new paint. Owner would entertain CFD.

Country Home For Sale

138 Topeka Ashland , IL

2023 Farmer Rd Ashland, IL


REALTOR OWNED PRICE REDUCED!! Nice home in the country just 8 miles from Ashland. The home is situated on almost 4 acres, great for horses, 4-wheeling, etc. Special features include 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, open floor plan, heated garage/workshop, A-C Central Schools, nice landscaping. AGENT OWNED. $99,900. TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS TAX CREDIT. CALL FOR DETAILS

New listings daily, check web site for more info.

Enjoy this clean and spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with 1800 sq. ft. situated on 3 lots. The home offers a wood burning fireplace in the family room, a walk-in closet in the master BR, 22x24 detached garage and a 12x18 storage shed for all your toys. You can enjoy the evenings in the 12x16 screened in porch overlooking the large back yard. Call for your showing TODAY!!!

The Real Estate Group 3701 W. Wabash Avenue Springfield, IL 62711 (cell) 217-741-1865

Dawn Stremsterfer Realtor®, Broker Associate

CHURCH DIRECTORY BEREA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Minister Edward J.Moretto Youth Minister, Diann L. Hoagland 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

A Grace-Driven Church "feeding the lambs" and "tending the sheep."

October 3 - Annual Fish Fry. The community is invited. Bill Schleyhahn and friends have been busy catching the fish and getting ready for this affair. Serving begins at 4 p.m. and will feature cat fish, buffalo, fried potatoes, chicken, salads, desserts, drinks and all the trimmings. Live gospel music will be on tap throughout the evening. Donations will be accepted for ―Helping Hands‖ (a local assistance fund) and an assisted listening system for the church. Come join the fun!! October 21 - Family Night Supper @ 6:00 pm. Everyone is invited.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Rev. L. Wayne Mollohan Youth Minister, Alice Kern 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 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 Sunday Worship - 8:00 am Sunday School - 9:30 am 2nd Service - 10:30 am Wednesday Prayer Service at 7:00 pm

A NEW SEASON OF SECOND SATURDAY A new season of Second Saturday will begin on September 12th at the Ashland United Methodist Church. Second Saturday is open to all children in the community who are between the ages of 3 years and 5th grade. There will be music, crafts, games and Bible lessons. Lunch is provided. As the name says, we meet on the Second Saturday of each month from September to May. Mark your calendars now! Second Saturday 10:00 - 2:00

First Baptist Church

October 10 November 14 December 12 January 9 February 13 March 13 April 10 May 8

October 25th - Fall Family Fling @ 5:00 pm. Food, games & fun for the whole family. The community is invited. October Youth Groups Grades 1-7 @ 7:00 each Wednesday. Senior high after worship on Sunday. Special Children’s activities during worship on October 11, 18, and 25th.

221 W. Washington St. Ashland, IL 62612 217.476.3678

Sunday School 9:30am Sunday Worship 10:30 am Bible Study - Monday 7:00 pm

ASHLAND UMW TO HOLD FALL LUNCHEON The Ashland United Methodist Women will hold their Annual Fall Luncheon on Saturday, October 24, from 11 am to 1 pm in the church basement. We invite everyone to come join us and to share this special time with us. The luncheon will feature a variety of home made soups, sandwiches and desserts. Cost for the luncheon will be $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children five through twelve, children four and under may eat FREE. Enjoy a fall day by asking a friend, or more than one friend, to have lunch at the Ashland United Methodist Church. On Sunday evening, October 11th at 7:00 pm the Video “Is America A Christian Nation?” featuring renown historian David Bartow, will be shown at the Ashland Church of Christ. It’s a real eye opener showing true spiritual roots of this nation. We urge anyone and everyone to attend. - Rev. Howard Chartier

New Adult Singles Ministry started at New Beginnings Christian Fellowship 308 W. Washington, Ashland. The new class will be held Sunday mornings, 9:30 - 10:30 am in the house next to the church. Special activities will be planned. Please come and join this fellowship.

A Family Tradition of Auto Body Repair Since 1956 JIM HEATHER JOSH HEATHER TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

236 N. Yates Street Ashland, IL 62612 Ph: (217) 476-3942 Fax: (217)476-3949

606 E. Morton Avenue Jacksonville, IL 62650 Ph:(217)245-1000 Fax:(217)245-1009

Norm Bryant Enterprises Distributor of Fine Quality Vacuums Furniture

Carpet Cleaning

Cell (217) 741-3758 Phone: (217) 476-3508

Car Interior

608 W. Franklin Ashland, IL 62612



New Business Serving the Ashland Area

Ashland, IL 62612 Hours: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Tuesday - Saturday

Closed Sundays & Mondays


Propane LLC

Plumbing-Heating-Air Conditioning - Backhoe-Trenching 115 W. Freemont St. PO Box 136 Ashland, IL 62612

We Do It All In Just 1 Call! Jim - Todd - Travis

Phone: (217)476-3595

AMERICAN LEGION AND V.F.W. TO SPONSOR DANCE All over America, service organizations such as these are falling by the wayside. We in Ashland are fortunate to have two active groups, which have grown in number in the past year. They need your support!! On Saturday evening, October 24, a dance to the ―Big Band Sounds‖ (with a little 50’s town in for good measure) will be held at Yatesville School from 7-10 pm. Judy Kaye and Friends will provide the music. Last year’s dance was lots of fun - come see what you missed!! Admission is $5 at the door to help the Legion and V.F.W. as they help the community.


Beginning October 2nd SBA will become...

WCB West Central Bank

―A Full Service Bank‖ 400 E. Buchanan St. P.O. Box 467 Ashland, IL 62612-0467

PH. 217.476.3325 FX. 217.476.3342

116 N Yates - Ashland, IL 62612 - Tammy Eskew, Owner

October Special $2.00 off any service when you bring item for Ashland food bank. (They suggest health care items i.e., toilet paper, soap, laundry, etc.)

Bridget Bell - Stylist (217) 381-8538

Hours: 9am - 4pm Tuesday - Friday Available later and/or Saturday by appointment.


West Central Insurance A SUBSIDIARY OF THE WEST CENTRAL BANK E-mail: formerly known As: Newell Insurance Agency, Inc. 108 W. Editor Street Ashland, IL 62612 217.476.3354

Jeffrey A. Donnan - Kay Handy Ora Lee Campbell - Kristen Arthalony

Other Locations: Jack Frashier Insurance 117 S. Front Street Virginia, IL 62691 217.452.7716

Frashier-Sudbrink Agency

Matt Petefish

Debbie Jones

210-A Washington St. Beardstown, IL 62618 217.323.3018

Gold Club “Taste of Amish” October 13, 2009 Shopping - Fairview Heights November 12, 2009 Kenny Rogers In Concert - Bloomington December 19, 2009

Prentice Farmers Elevator 2303 Elevator Avenue Ashland, IL 62612 217.476.3516 or 1.800.255.8659 James R. Blakeman, Manager 4 locations to serve you: Prentice, Philadelphia, Strawns Crossing, and Tallula.

Dealers in Grain, Seed and Kent Feeds.

SINGERS OF ALL AGES WANTED! Berea Christian Church is doing a production of ―Angels Aware!‖ This performance will appeal to young and old alike - with its biblical content, humor, and toe -tapping music. Join Michael, Gabriel, and the other angels as they explain to the heavenly host what happened that first Christmas and why. Performances are Sat., Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. and Sun., Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. It is approximately 45 minutes in length. No admission fee or offering will be taken. If you are interested or have questions, contact Diann Hoagland at 217-473-6944.

651 S. Job St., Virginia, IL. 62691 710 Maple Ave., Rushville, IL. 62681 Jodie Tate, County Director Event Calendar Oct. 5 - Prairie Restoration Program, 1:30 p.m. & 6:00 p.m., Virginia Oct. 13 - Bonsai Telenet, 1:00 p.m., Virginia Oct. 11 - Cass Co. 4-H Awards Night, 5:30 p.m., Fairway Hills Golf Course, Virginia Oct. 23 - Safe Trick-or-Treating in the Halloween Maze, 5:00-7:00p.m., Cass Co. Fairgrounds Oct. 23 & 24 - Halloween Maze, 5:00-9:00 p.m., Cass Co. Fairgrounds

Halloween Maze Oct. 23 & 24 Cass Co. Fairgrounds 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. Safe Trick –or-Treating in the maze (sponsored by local businesses) Oct. 23 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. ***Join us for Food-Fun-Fright***

Oct. 26 - Wildlife Nuisance Program, 6:00 p.m., Virginia

For more information or to register for any of our upcoming events, please call: Cass Co. Extension office at 217-4523211

NOW OPEN IN VIRGINIA STOP BY FOR BREAKFAST! Open 7 days a week 7:00am - 10:00pm (217)452-7772

BITS-N-PIECES V.F.W… Meets monthly at 7:00 p.m. on the 3rd Monday at the Firehouse. AMERICAN LEGION POST 498... Meets monthly at 6:30 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 the State Bank of Ashland. ST. AUGUSTINE CARD PARTY….. The St. Augustine Church card party & salad buffet will be Wednesday October 14th at 6:30 pm. Cost is $5 per person. RSVP To: Beth Vanderberg at 476-3693 or Lisa Cave at 476-3589. SENIOR SAINTS… Senior Saints wiener roast on October 17th at 5 pm at Sue Phischier. Bring a covered dish and your yard chairs. CONGRATULATIONS….. A little bird told me - J.R. & Kathie Blair are going to be Grand Parents. (It’s a girl) EVELYN BRANDT THOMAS RECEIVES AWARD… Evelyn Brandt Thomas received The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce’s 11th ATHENA Award. This award program recognizes an individual who has achieved excellence in his/her business or profession, has served the community in a meaningful way and has assisted women in reaching professional & leadership goals. Thomas and her brother, Glen, co-founded Brandt Consolidated. She has also volunteered in numerous organizations. SHELVING SALE… Warehouse shelving sale to be held October 17th, from 8 am—5 pm, at 29232 IL Rte. 123, Ashland. Call 800-638-9888. CUB SCOUT & BOY SCOUT POPCORN… The Cub Scout and Boy Scout Popcorn sales begin on October 9th.

Remember When... - The Baptist Church was the only church to hold ice cream socials? - The West Park had a “Cable Ride” on the east side of the water tower? One climbed up 6 or 7 steps from the ground to a wooden platform to reach the lower bar of the iron seat where the rider whizzed along a single cable to ride the other end of the cable which was 40 or so feet long. - The Methodist Church en had their annual pancake and sausage dinner, on Thursday, in February?

October Birthdays 02 03 04 05 06 12 13 17 17 20 20 20 23 23 23 24 29 31 31


Krista T. H.A. Votsmier (74th) Mark Stice (64th) Jeff Roberts (49th) Amy H. Les H. Elaine English Kaye Parsons Jane Clemons (81st) Gretchen T Roni Gardner Wallner (63rd) Bill Schutz, Jr (54th) Lil H. Kim Scholes Lois Yancy Bill Betters Phoebe Bailey & Sydney Wallbaum (7th) Bill Schutz, Sr. (76th)

October Anniversaries

- Eckman Chapel held an Annual Burgoo? - Local Artist “Joe Blair” painted several signs around the area, including the purple panther for Ashland High? - Father Herraty parked his old Packard cars in the tall grass surrounding the old rectory? - Hexters had circular stools bolted to the floor at the dry goods counter? - Brownback Drug Store had their soda fountain? Did you ever order a cherry phosphate with marshmallow topping? - When two cowgirls rode their horses to the frosty treat to let the horses eat the ice

16 - Bill & Wanda Schutz (55th) 21 - Dustin & Kristen Fulton (4th) 22 - Dave & Mary McHeary XX - John & Eleanor Cosner

A-C Central Ag/FFA Seeks Annual Plants


Oct. 1 ......... HS VB vs. Brown County 6:15 JH CC @ Auburn 4:00 Oct. 2 ......... HS VB @ Riverton Fall Classic Oct. 3 ......... HS VB @ Riverton Fall Classic Do you have beautiful HS FB vs. ISD 1:00 annuals that you hate to JH CC @ Jacksonville see go to waste? Do you Turner 2:00 have too many perennials Marching Band at Barry 1:00 and you want to thin them Oct. 5 ......... HS VB @ Beardstown 6:15 out? You just might be JV FB @ ISD 6:30 able to help the A-C CenJH GB @ A-C Tournament tral FFA! We are looking JH CC @ Rochester 4:00 for plant donations to overwinter in the greenOct. 6 ......... HS VB vs. Springfield Lutheran 6:15 house for class projects, science fair proJH GB @ A-C Tournament jects and plant cuttings for our annual fundraisOct. 7 ......... JH GB @ A-C Tournament ers. A few of the species we are looking for inOct. 8 ......... JH GB @ Bluffs 6:15 clude, but are not limited to: Impatiens, GeraniOct. 10 ....... JV VB @ Franklin Tourney (TBA) ums, Ornamental Grasses, Black-Eyed Susans, HS FB @ West Central 1:00 and Hostas. Oct. 12 ....... NO SCHOOL – Columbus Day JV FB vs. West Central 6:30 If you have plants that you would like to donate, Oct. 13 ....... HS VB @ Pleasant Plains 6:15 or even flower pots that you would like to clear Oct. 14 ....... School Dismissed at 2:11 pm out of your garage, please contact Jennifer Wa- Oct. 15 ....... HS VB vs. West Central 6:15 JH GB vs. Brown County 6:15 ters at A-C Central High School by calling 476Oct. 17 ....... HS FB vs. Calhoun 1:00 3312. We can pick them up or you can drop off JH GB @ 6th Grade Williamsville donations at the high school greenhouse. Tourney THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPMarching Band at U of I PORT OF THE PROGRAM! Oct. 19 ....... JH GB vs. Bluffs 6:15 Oct. 20 ....... School Dismissed at 2:11 pm HS VB @ Routt 6:15 Oct. 21 ....... JH GB @ Jacksonville Turner .................. 6:15 Oct. 22 ....... School Dismissed at 2:11 pm (Parent/Teacher Conferences) HS VB vs. North Greene 6:15 The Athletic Booster Clubs of A-C Central and Virginia Oct. 23 ....... NO SCHOOL Schools have combined efforts and are now united as .................. (Parent/Teacher Conferences) one club. The next meeting of the ACV Athletic HS VB @ QND Tournament Booster Club will be held at 7 pm on October 4 at Oct. 24 ....... HS VB @ QND Tournament the Virginia City Hall Meeting Room. Items on the Marching Band at Mac Murray agenda include the JV Football game concessions, Homecoming 10:00 High School Volleyball Breast Cancer Awareness Oct. 26 ....... JH GB vs. Bluffs 6:15 Night (October 15), the High School Football Bonfire Oct. 27 ....... JH GB @ PORTA 6:15 & Homecoming (October 16 & 17), the A-C Halloween Oct. 29 ....... JH GB @ Beardstown 6:15 Parade (October 30) and forming a Committee to Oct. 30 JH GB 6th Grade @ Beardstown write new by-laws. 6:15 ACV Boosters Halloween Supper & If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like Parade at Chandlerville School to be added to our email contact list, please email to stay informed on upcoming activities


Jr. High Cross Country News The Jr. High Cross Country team consists of (3) girls Bailie Devlin, Kylee Fields, Becca Wegs and (3) boys Kolby Vandenbergh, Craig Houchin and Ty Kesselring. We have run 4 meets in Rushville, PORTA, Beardstown and Franklin. 3 of the 4 meets were medal meets with as many as 20 schools participating. We have had one runner Craig Houchin who medaled in Rushville (23rd of 140) and Franklin (10th of 190). Congratulations to Craig and the rest of the team for all their efforts.


Richland Office 3090 Richland Elev. Rd. Pleasant Plains, IL 62677 217.626.1551

Pleasant Plains Office 300 N. Washington Pleasant Plains, IL 62677 217.626.1331

Ashland Office 220 North Niagara Ashland, IL 62612 217.476.3936

A-C FFA HAD A BUSY SUMMER! Members of the A-C Central FFA kept busy with a number of events, starting out with Kassidy Stewart and Ian Abbott going to the State FFA Convention and accepting the Gold Emblem Chapter Award. Rebecca Werner, Brandon Stribling, Matt Mahoney, and Christopher Devlin also received their State FFA Degrees.

2009 Regional Points Champion Sr Stock & Lt 160

Later on in the summer Ian Abbott, Dustin Duckwiler, Kelsey Handy, Matt Mahoney, Nathan Mahoney, and Brandon Smith all participated in the Section 14 FFA Fair. Matt Mahoney had a grand champion Hampshire Gilt. They ended up earning over $700.00 Chapter Officers Ian Abbott, Nathan Mahoney, Haley Pfaffe, Brandon Smith, Morgan Wessel, and Danielle Bright once again all went to the annual Brandt Customer Appreciation Dinner to help Evelyn Thomas keep the place cleaned up and people happy. After taking a little break the FFA went on to the Illinois State Fair to help the Pork Producers. Ian Abbott, Danielle Bright, Nathan Mahoney, Haley Pfaffe, Krissy Simmons, Teagan Smith, Kassidy Stewart, and Morgan Wessel all served pork sandwiches to earn extra money to help out the chapter. A-C Central FFA would all like to thank Matt, Pat, and Jim Mahoney, and Darin Waters for all the extra help. We couldn’t have done it without you. After all the hard work over the summer the FFA members have returned to school and are anxious to participate in the following upcoming events: Horse Judging, the back to school cookout and serving a meal for Women in the Outdoors.

Congrats Kolby and Happy Birthday Oct. 2

A-C CENTRAL FFA PLACES 4th IN HORSE JUDGING The A-C Central FFA started out their year by going to Cascade Ranch in Rochester for the Section 14 Horse Judging Career Development Event. They judged two halter classes, a Western Pleasure, and Hunter Under Saddle class. The team placed fourth out of twelve teams and team member Kyle Anderson placed tenth overall. Pictured are team members (front row left to right): Kyle Anderson, Brandon Smith, Joey Petefish, Nathan Mahoney, (back row left to right): Lisa Jennings, Jenny Lewis, Kassidy Stewart, Danielle Bright, Kelsey Handy, Carmen Savage, and Alyx Smith.

A-C Central Serves Women Of The Outdoors The A-C Central FFA has gone on this year to help the Women of the Outdoors Organization by serving lunch during their 7th Annual meeting at Jim Edgar Panther Creek. The FFA would like to thank Jones Boys Market of Ashland for helping them with all food service preparations and Darin and Nyle Waters of their assistance as well! Pictured left to right are chapter members who participated in this event: Kelsey Handy, Krissy Simmons holding Henry Waters, Danielle Bright, Kassidy Stewart, Brandon Smith, Lisa Jennings, and advisor Jennifer Waters.

EXTRA, EXTRA! The Ashland Scoop Committee would like to offer the newsletters by subscription. This would be great for out-of-town people who can’t make it in to pick one up. It also would be make a great gift for those relatives who have moved away and want to keep up with local news. Cost is $1.50 per month, or $18.00 per year. Newsletters will be mailed out the first week of each month.

Please send requests to:

Ashland Scoop c/o Printers Ink PO Box 193 Ashland, IL 62612

A-C CENTRAL MARCHING KNIGHTS WINS THE BEARDSTOWN FALL FUN FESTIVAL PARADE!! The Beardstown Fall Fun Festival was held on a very wet Saturday September 26, 2009. The parade will be one to remember for years to come. The bands stepped off in a light rain and continued the entire parade in a down pour. The Knights held true to their teachings and raised their heads and did an outstanding job for the large crowd on the streets of Beardstown. Bands in competition were: Large class: PORTA, Jerseyville, Rushville & A-C Small Class: Lewistown, Winchester, Astoria, Carrollton, VIT, Brown County Exhibition: Beardstown The parade winners in the band category were as follows: Large Class: 1st – A-C, 2nd – Rushville, 3rd – PORTA Small Class: 1st – Winchester, 2nd – Lewistown, 3rd – Carrollton Outstanding Drum Major – open competition: A-C Central

Congratulations to the A- C Marching Knights for a soggy win!!!

The Marching Knights will compete on October 3 in Barry for their Apple Festival Parade @ 1 PM and University of Illinois on Oct. 17, and rounding out the season with a performance for the Mac Murray Homecoming on Oct 26.

1st Annual Uncle Tykie’s Chili Challenge When: October 31, 2009 cooking starts at 10:00am Final Judges table is at 2:00pm Where: Uncle Tykie’s parking lot Why: Benefit to raise money for the Ashland Community Club to be used for Summer Days Who: Anyone who thinks they can make good chili and wants braggin’ rights 50/50 Prize Pool. 50% of all entry fees will be used as prize money, the remaining 50% of entry fees and 100% of sales of the event will be given to the Ashland Community Club. Live Remote with WJVO from 11:00am-1:00pm; celebrity judges Categories: Standard Chili, Alternative Chili, Hottest Chili, Appetizer, and Dessert. Grand Champion will also get trophy and picture on the wall at Uncle Tykie’s Bring your Own Tables, chairs and cookers (i.e Turkey fryers work great) you can prep your ingredients at home but ALL FINAL ENTRIES must be made on site and be able to be made in the parking lot. $25 entry fee for main category and $10 for each additional category. Entry form and registration fees can be turned in at Uncle Tykie’s Down Home Grill at 318 w. Fremont St. in Ashland, or at Printers Ink uptown on the square. Entries must be turned in no later than 5 pm, October 30, 2009.

Members of the Marching Knights under the direction of Kim Webster for this performance are:


Drum Majors: Lexi Hager, Kayla Houchin & Fallon Devlin; Banner Carriers: Kelsey Handy & Lisa Jennings; Flag Corps: Morgan Holmes, Morgan Wessel, Danielle Bright, Krissy Simmons, Tracy Mitchell, Stacy Eskew, Lauren Pfaffe, April Leinberger & Cali Edwards; Trumpets: Grace Johnson, Kim Yeley, Cassie Shive, Courtney Cave, Brandon Smith & Joey Petefish; Trombone: Lane Wegs; Baritones: Phoebe Betters & Nate Mahoney; Bari Sax: Haley Pfaffe; Tenor Sax: Sammy Petefish; Alto Sax: Jenny Lewis; Clarinet: Victoria Pherigo, Madalyn Allen, Lindsey Allan, Maggie Allen, Kayla Anderson, Lindsey Cole; Flutes: Amanda Hoffman, Taylor Koch, Brittney Stribling, Faith Widdows, Alli Jacobs, Courtney Bedtka, Sicely Nicholas, Carmen Savage; Percussion: Zach Elder, Chad Homer, Zach Parrish, Sarah Pherigo, Carly Abbott, Dylan Armstrong, Alyx Smith, Cody Miller & Kelsey Gardner


Marching Knights in Petersburg

Phone:__________________________________ Categories entering:_______________________ ________________________________________

CASS - SCHUYLER HOSPICE COOK BOOKS Check for these at: Jones’ Market Allen’s Market Ashland Bank

ASHLAND BUS SCHEDULE Stop #1 North York & East Mechanic 7:00 am


Stop #2 South York at East Washington 7:03 am Stop #3 South Athens at East Forest 7:06 am Stop #4 East Progress at South Niagra - 7:09 am Stop #5 South Winooski at East Topeka - 7:12 am Stop #6 East Progress at South Yates - 7:15 am Stop #7 West Topeka at South Clay - 7:18 am Stop #8 West Progress at South Alta - 7:25 am IF NOT RIDING THE BUS, BE AT THE SCHOOL BY 7:25 AM. TO LEAVE AT 7:30 AM. BUS WILL ARRIVE AT THE OTHER BUILDING AT 8:00 AM.

Junctions 123 & 125 Ashland, Illinois 62612

Shop Allen’s Market where we have been doing our best to keep our cost down for you the consumer. We have a new program store wide, ―Save Every Day‖. There are yellow tags all over the store, come in and check them out. We will be putting more out every day.

October 2009 - Ashland Scoop  

October 2009 Edition of the Ashland Scoop - Ashland, Illinois

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