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December 2009 Volume 2 - Issue 12
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Sat., Dec. 12, 2009 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Period Decorations, Crafters‘ Booths and Refreshments Batterton Cabin and Broadwell Tavern Open Visit the Children‘s Store and Santa 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entertainment from 4-6 p.m. Pleasant Plains H.S. Madrigal Singers and ―Peter Cartwright‖ will hold a non-denominational church service
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 A Grace-Driven Church "feeding the lambs" and "tending the sheep."
“This Thanksgiving-remember WHO to be thankful to.”
Church Events: Sunday, Dec. 13th - Children‘s Christmas Program Sunday, Dec 20th - Choir Cantada 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
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
CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES 6:00 PM - Berea Candlelight Communion Service 6:30 pm - New Beginnings 6:30 pm - First Baptist Church 7:00 pm - St. Augustine Catholic Church 7:30 pm - United Methodist Church - Church of Christ Reservations will be required. Please see a cast member for tickets.
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Dealers in Grain, Seed and Kent Feeds.
400 E. Buchanan St. P.O. Box 467 Ashland, IL 62612-0467
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Gardner Construction 2878 Panther Grove Road Ashland, IL 62612 PH: 217-452-7783 CL: 217-341-3415 Leave Message 217-476-8135
Kenny Rogers In Concert Bloomington December 19, 2009
Remodel Kitchen & Baths Replace Roof & Room Additions
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Jeffrey A. Donnan - Kay Handy Ora Lee Campbell - Kristen Arthalony
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FIRST GOLD CLUB
210-A Washington St. Beardstown, IL 62618 217.323.3018 Debbie Jones
815 W. Clinton Rushville, IL 62681 217.322.6230 Kala Peacock
The Illinois River Valley Public Transit serving Cass and Schuyler Counties will be having an informational meeting on Thursday, January 21st, 2010 at 6:30 pm at the Ashland First Baptist Church Hall. Everyone is urged to attend and to show our community support. This service will be a wonderful resource for our community. The public transportation will offer available transportation to medical appointments, shopping, recreational trips and to many more places in surrounding communities. Be sure to mark this date on your calendar so you may learn how soon this becomes a reality for all ages of citizens in the Ashland area.
651 S. Job St., Virginia, IL. 62691 710 Maple Ave., Rushville, IL. 62681 www.extension.uiuc.edu/cassschuyler Jodie Tate, County Director Event Calendar Dec. 1 Candy Making Workshop, 6:00 p.m., Virginia Hosts - Jananne Finck and Shirley Camp Dec. 5 Gingerbread House Workshop, 6:00 p.m., Virginia Cass Co. Food Pantry Bldg Dec. 24 ~ Jan. 3 Extension office will be closed
For more information or to register for any of our upcoming events, please call: Cass Co. Extension office at 217-452-3211.
Antique Ranch 136 N. Yates (next to the Post Office) (217)960-0740
We will be open November 29th from 11 am - 4 pm for the holiday home tour. Beginning December 1st New Winters Hours Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Antiques Collectibles Quality Used We now have layaway for Christmas
Furniture Electronics Housewares We now accept major credit & debit cards.
Need cash? We buy most anything.
CASS - SCHUYLER HOSPICE COOK BOOKS Check for these at: Jones‘ Market Allen‘s Market West Central Bank TEASE HAIR SALON 116 N Yates - Ashland, IL 62612 - Tammy Eskew, Owner
In time for holiday gift-giving, affordable, hand-painted décor, made to order!
Weekend hours by Appointment Bridget Bell 381-8538
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. SENIOR SAINTS… Senior Saints Christmas dinner will be at Diamond‘s Restaurant in Springfield Dec. 13 at 5:00 p.m. Call 476-8848 for your head count. Bring $5.00 and a gift. THANKS FROM THE UMC WOMEN… On November 19th the Ashland United Church Women hosted their annual Thanksgiving dinner for the senior citizens with 86 people being served—this includes 22 carry-outs. This is been done every year since 1978. A ‗Thank You‘ goes to Lexie Hager, Phoebe Betters, and Amanda Hoffman for their musical entertainment. The girls were accompanied by Kaye Parsons. A ‗Thank You‘ also to Cass County Health Department representative Angela Cosner for blood pressure screening, and to the women and men who made this event possible—THANK YOU!!
THANKS FROM FRYE POTTERY….. Tim and I want to Thank everyone who came to our Annual Holiday Sale. This ―Garage Sale‖ has proven to be one of our most successful venues. The weather was unexpectedly warm, and with the harvest being late this year, we sold pots right along with the corn being picked. Mom out did herself with her culinary hospitality, Jeff graciously offered his Conference room for gathering, and Angela as usual was so helpful. A special Thank you to Dad—I know it was not easy getting your garage ready during harvest, and having a steady stream of cars coming in and out when you were bringing wagons in to unload. Tim and I appreciate your patience. Until next year I hope everyone has a Wonderful Holiday Season. Tim and Pam Cosner Frye
ASHLAND WOMANS CLUB CHRISTMAS MEETING… The Ashland Womans Club will be having their Christmas meeting December 1, at 1:30 in the Baptist Church Hall. Judy Fulton and Marilyn Fulton Holmes will have a program of Christmas music. All ladies of the Community are invited. HOIUSE CLEANING… Wanted….houses to clean. References available-call 638-0286 CASS COUNTY FOOD PANTRY… Cass County Food Pantry will have donation boxes at Smith Chiropractic office and Cass Vets office until December 9th.
December Birthdays 2 5 6 9 10 16 18 25 28 29 30 31
Shawn Eskew Julie Jokisch Travis Wallbaum Jim Heather Alex Gardner David Bryant Ramona Douglass Baby Jesus Jim Handy Judy Cosner Charlee Ratliff Kelsey Gardner
December Anniversaries 12 - Forrest & Carol Duncan 29 - Don & Kaye Parsons
DECEMBER SCHOOL CALENDAR
A-C CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SELLING KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUTS
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$6.00 per Dozen The kids will be taking pre-orders from Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 4th Donuts must be picked up at the school on Saturday, December 19th from 9:00 – 11:00 am You may also call Amanda at the school at 476-8112 to place an order Fundraiser sponsored by A-C Central PTO. Profit is $3.00 per dozen. Money will be used for things needed at the Elementary & Middle schools.
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RPA Farmers Co-op Email us: RPAFARMERS@CASSCOMM.COM
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
HSB BB @ Athens Tournament JHB BB vs Athens HSB BB @ Carrollton JHB BB @ ACV Tournament 11:30 am HSG BB @ Calhoun 1:00 pm HSG BB @ West Central JHB BB @ Rushville PTO Meeting 7:00 pm HS Winter Concert JHB BB @ Greenview HSG BB vs Beardstown HSB BB vs Pittsfield High School Homecoming Dance HSG BB @ Riverton Shootout ACV Booster Meeting @ Virginia City Hall 7:00 pm Junior High Winter Concert HSG BB vs Routt JHB BB @ ISD HSB BB @ North Greene A-C School Board Meeting HSG BB vs Porta Dismiss @ 11:30 am NO SCHOOL – Winter Break HSB BB @ IC Shootout HSB BB vs. Triopia HSB BB @ Williamsville Tournament HSG BB @ Riverton Tournament
LADIES PRAYER BREAKFAST December 5th, New Beginnings Christian Fellowship @ 9:00 am For more information, contact Becky King @ New Beginnings 891-3454
Berea Christian Church invites you to attend their Christmas production of
Why did God come to earth as a baby? Join Michael, Gabriel, and the other angels as they explain to the heavenly host what will happen that first Christmas and why. This performance will appeal to young and old alike with its biblical content, humor, and toe-tapping music. Saturday, December 5 @ 7 pm Sunday, December 6 @ 3 pm Performance time is approximately 45 minutes. (no admission fee nor offering will be taken) Berea Christian Church is located 6 miles south of Ashland on Hwy 123.
CANTATA SET FOR SUNDAY, DEC. 20TH
METHODIST CHURCH SECOND SATURDAY
The area Catholic Church Cluster will present the cantata, ―Candles and Carols‖ by Mark Hayes on Sunday, Dec. 20 at St. Luke‘s Cathol,ic Church in Virginia at 3 pm. With Kris Cox conducting and Carol Allen accompanying, the choir is composed of singers from Ashland, Virginia, Beardstown, and Arenzville. A prelude will be played on the piano by Sarah Newell. Singers from St. Alexius Church in Beardstown will present several Spanish Carols. The public is invited to hear this service of hope, peace, joy, and love.
Please join us for Second Saturday‘s annual Christmas celebration on December 12th! Kids will attend from 10-2 (as usual), then family and friends are invited (and encouraged) to join us at 2:00 for a program and refreshments. This year the children are performing a short play called ―A Child Shall Lead Them‖. It features a group of kids on a field trip and the mysterious young child who is determined to teach them what Christmas is really all about. We look forward to seeing you all there!
―BOOKS WITH BOWS‖ The Prairie Skies Public Library is again sponsoring a ―Books with Bows‖ campaign this year. This special memorial and honor book program offers a unique way to remember family, friends and teachers at the holidays. A display featuring books of all types will be at both locations. Individuals participate by selecting a ―Books with Bows‖ title and then donate the listed price. The book will have a personalized bookplate commemorating the honored person. The library will send a card to the person or person‘s family named by the donor. The program will begin the week after Thanksgiving and end on Christmas Eve. For more details, please contact the Ashland location at 217-476-3417 or the Pleasant Plains Branch at 217-626-1553.
VETERANS DAY SERVICES AT A-C CENTRAL
Pleasant Plains Christmas
Local churches, schools and community organizations, along with the Pleasant Plains State Bank (INB) are collaborating to make this a very special Christmas for families in need who live in the Pleasant Plains Students, faculty and commuSchool District . nity members of the Ashland Beginning December 2nd, an "Angel Tree" will be set up at the and Chandlerville communities Pleasant Plains State Bank at 106 West Main Street in Pleasant marked the Veterans Day holi- Plains. Please stop by and pick an angel off the tree, purchase a gift day by attending services for your angel, (suggested value $20-$25) and return the wrapped gift to the bank by December 19th. hosted at A-C Central High In addition to the angel tree, holiday food baskets will be proSchool. Speakers included Ed vided for families needing a little extra help during the holidays. StuMoretto from American Legion dents at all of the Pleasant Plains Schools will be participating in food Post #498 and Wayne Mollohan drives this year. The collected non-perishable food items will be combined with fresh fruits, vegetables, milk, and a ham or turkey, to comof VFW Post #3546 where he serves as Chaplain. A large number of members from the VFW Post and the plete the Christmas food baskets. Monetary donations (for perishable food items) may be dropped American Legion Post were on hand to participate in off at the Pleasant Plains State Bank (INB) or mailed to PPCC - Helpthe activities. A flag purchased by the teachers and ing Hands Committee, PO Box 273 , Pleasant Plains , staff from A-C Central was donated to the school. The IL 62677 . Please make checks payable to PPCC – Helping Hands Committee. donated flag was dedicated in the memory of Ray Names of families who are in need of Christmas food baskets McDonald. The colors were posted by Mr. McDonalds and gifts can also be left at the bank or mailed to the box noted above. family members, Jeanne and Brian McDonald. Mr. Confidentiality is important, so when leaving information at the Bank, McDonald was a past commander of the VFW Post please leave the family's name and address in a sealed envelope marked "Christmas Angel Tree." and an alumnus of Ashland High School. Thanks for your continued support!
A-C FFA Attends National FFA Convention
A-C Central FFA Holds Annual Labor Auction
Six FFA officers from A-C Central represented A-C at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 23-October 24, 2009. While at convention members participated in the career fair, visited the FFA shopping mall, gained leadership skills, and met with members of different FFA chapters from all over the U.S. We were also honored to have two FFA members be awarded with their American FFA Degrees. Casey Blakeley and Jordan Bartels join a select few former members to receive this prestigious award. Past recipients include: Thomas Johnson (1968), Randy Buckman (1981), Todd Jokisch (1984), Jeffrey Donnan (1990), Chris Clemons (1994), Kevin Donnan (1994), Lindi Stremsterfer (1998), and Jeffrey Evers (2005).
Thirty-six members of the A-C Central FFA participated in their annual Labor Auction on October 8, 2009. The chapter earned over $3,000 between the auction and the chili supper. We would like to thank Cowman Auction Company for donating their services. We would also like to thank our successful donors: Jim Mahoney family, Beard Implement Company, Bob Johnson, Nyle Waters, Brandt Consolidated, Custom Structures, Delana Cloninger, Kim Fields, Roy Smith, Bill Handy, Rick Abbott, David Newell, Prentice Farmers Elevator, Dee Waymire, Tom Allen, Tara Landon, Oralee Campbell, Harold Noel Jr., and Albert Hoesman.
Pictured are: Front Row: Matt Simon, Krissy Simmons, Kayla Houchin, Cassie Shive, and Kelsey Handy. Row 2: Advisor Jennifer Waters, Jonny Newell, Lane Wegs, Danielle Bright, Kyle Anderson, Ian Abbott, Marlee Landon, Morgan Holmes, Sammy Petefish, Maggie Allen, Kassidy Stewart, Alyx Smith, Raya Cloninger, Teagan Smith and Haley Pfaffe. Row 3: J.T. Crowhurst, Ross Cloninger, Devon Armstrong, Zach Fields, Nathan Mahoney, Jordan Keyes, Will Keeney, Stacey Eskew, Olivia Nevitt, and Brandon Smith. Pictured are A-C Central FFA Officers Ian Abbott (President), Back Row: Sicely Nicholas, Lauren Pfaffe, Sarah Pherigo, Nathan Mahoney (Vice President), Danielle Bright Morgan Wessel and Jessica Miller. (Reporter), Haley Pfaffe (Secretary), Brandon Smith (Treasurer), and Morgan Wessel (Sentinel) holding ―Junior Advisor‖ Henry Waters (jacket compliments of Bev Donnan!).
Shown with their American FFA Degrees are Casey Blakeley and Jordan Bartels.
Cass County Music Festival The A-C Central Junior High Band participated on Wednesday October 28, 2009 in the annual event known as the Cass County Music Festival. This music festival combines students from Virginia JH, Beardstown JH, A-C Central JH and Jacksonville Our Saviour JH to create a mass band setting. This years festival director was Mrs. Susan Warren from Springfield High School. Mrs. Warren took the massive band through 4 selections of music: Spanish Rose, New Orleans Jambouree, African Folk Trilogy #3 and Rocky Top. Students had to learn to blend their sounds and talents to create a cohesive sound. They performed a wonderful concert for a full house in the Beardstown Gym. Members of the A-C Central Junior High band who participated include: Flute: Carrie Allen, Kristin Irlam, McKenzie Stephenson, Madison Donaldson, Breann Knapp, Sabrina Reek, Shelbi Thornley, Brittany Smith, Alex Brue, Carlee Critchelow, D‘Arcy Buker & Kylee Fields Clarinet: Emma Lynn, Becca WEgs, Madalyn Elder, Sydnee Henry, Hannah Miller, Kayla Moffitt & Haley Allen; Alto Sax: Jennifer Adkins, Quinn Allen, Brandon Eskew & Briley Eilers; Bass Clarinet: Chrystal Haslett; Tenor Sax: Ty Kesselring, Ryan Woodard & Eric Savage; French Horn: Allyson Quick; Trumpet: Tiffany Homer, Cerys Boston, Riley Cowman, Craig Houchin, Kyle Winkelman, Emilee Rives, Dustin Noble & Sawyer Snyder; Trombone: Megan Anderson, Nathan Bright, David Miller & Jewell Reed; Baritone: Molly Betters, Taylor Hamblin & Kobe Turner; Tuba: Hoaby Hoagland, Conner Richard & Jackson Richard; Keyboards: Baylee Smith & Kaitlin Throgmorton; Mallets: Gretchen Throgmorton; Percussion: Ethan Carlock, Kane Landon, Brian Koch, Jacob Barla, Curtins Bright & Koby Vandenburgh The A-C Central JH Band are under the direction of Kim Webster.
Remember When... - People would go to the Yatesville school house on Saturday night to round and square dance and the ―Grand March‖ - Jules Blattner and his band played at the A.H.S. winter ―Snow Queen Dance‖ - Dancing at the ―Sock Hops‖ after Friday night basketball games; and Don and Kaye Parsons danced the ―Jitter-Bug‖. - Annie and Robbie were our telephone operators. - We did all our shopping in Ashland; appliances, cars, clothes, groceries, jewelry, medicine, toys, tools,...anything! - Snow was scooped and piled up in the middle of the street between Jones Grocery, Farmers State Bank (now the Crock Pot Café), Hexters and the Lewis Hotel (now Neil‘s Barber Shop)
Junctions 123 & 125 Ashland, Illinois 62612
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Wishing You and Yours A Blessed Holiday Season - Ramona Douglass
Happy Holidays from Norm & Nance Bryant
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Christmas Open House Carol Duncan (Primarily Primitive)
will be having a
Christmas Open House on Dec. 12th. Hours are 10 am to 4 pm Handmade jewelry and crafts.
Follow the signs from Allen's Market to 301 E. Topeka. Call 971-4500 for information.
Uncle Tykie’s DOWN HOME GRILL, WHERE EVERYONE IS FAMILY
December is RIB Month Uncle Tykie got himself a New wood Smoker and has decided that Ribs are gonna be a special EVERY Weekend in the Month of December. We Smoke our Ribs daily with a blend of Apple, Cherry and Mesquite wood.
Certificates are NOW Available!!! Uncle Tykie’s Frequent Dinners card
Get 10 Punches and your 11th Dinner up to a $10.95 value is on me
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