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CHURCHES DAVIS Faith Community Church 815-865-5638 212 West McKimmy St., Davis, Ill.
Service Times: Sundays, (contemporary services) 8:45 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Children’s ministry, ages birth to sixth grades 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Beginning Sept. 13: Sundays, Faith Students (9th-12th) 6-8 p.m. Wednesdays, Faith Link (K-8th) 6-8 p.m. www.faithchurchofdavis.org
DURAND Cornerstone Foursquare Church
815-248-8053 12111 Center Road, Durand, Ill. Pastor Warren McCosky Service Times: 10 a.m. Sunday mornings with Bible Study at 9 a.m. Children’s classes for K-fifth grade is during the regular service time Wednesday evening service at 7 p.m.
Durand United Methodist 815-248-2461 102 E. Main St. • Durand, Ill.
Pastor Soon Sun Lee Service Times: Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. Website www.durandumc.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Mary/St. Patrick Catholic Church
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815-248-2490 • 606 W. Main
Very Rev. Matthew M. Bergschneider Pastor Mass Times: Sept.-May Saturday Mass 4:30 p.m. at St. Patrick Church (Irish Grove). Sunday 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary Church, Durand. June-Aug. Saturday mass 4:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s; Sunday: 8 a.m. at St. Mary’s, 13 a.m. at St. Patrick Religious Education Classes Sunday 9 to 10:15 a.m., call office to register Confessions heard Sunday at 7:30 a.m. and every first Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Church www.stmarystpatrick.org
Trinity Lutheran Church
815-248-2311 • 15585 Durand Road Rev. Pat S. Esker Service Times: Sunday Worship at 9 a.m. with Holy Communion. Sunday School (September to May) 10 a.m. Luther League and Youth Events available
Website: www.trinitydurand.com E-mail: email@example.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/TrinityDurand
PECATONICA Connecting Point Church
Connecting Point Church is a community of people who are committed to seeing people make a connection to God in a real and tangible way. We aren’t just a church. We are a family and we invite you to join us this Sunday. Our worship time starts at 9:30 a.m. We serve a free breakfast prior to our service. We offer Plugged in Kid’s Ministry. Plugged in is for kids in PreKindergarten through 5th grade. We are located at 630 Main St. You can visit our website at cpcpec.com and our Facebook page Connecting Point Church Pecatonica.
First Baptist Church of Pecatonica
815-239-1533 810 Washington St., • Pecatonica Pastor David Myers 815-541-9567 Service Times: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday Afternoon 1 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday Children’s Bible Club and Teen Time 6:45 to 8 p.m. (through school year)
First Lutheran Church 815-239-2390
Corner of E. Sixth and Taylor Streets Pastor Nord Swanstrom Sunday Worship is at 9 a.m. Refreshments and fellowship follow the worship service. Sunday school classes for children, teens and adults begin at 10:15 a.m.
815-239-1195 • Sixth and Reed Streets Rev/ Duane Hoffman Service Times: Sunday School 9 a.m. (after Labor Day) Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Pecatonica United Methodist 815-239-1110 528 Washington St. • P.O. Box 607
Pastor Mark Gilmore Service Times: Sunday Morning Worship at 9 a.m. Children’s Sunday School 9:45-10:15 a.m. No Sunday School June, July and August – resumes again after Labor Day. Fellowship 10-10:30 a.m. in Anderson Fellowship Hall. Choir Rehearsal at 10:30 a.m. Choir sings once a month during worship. Valet parking is available.
Various adult Bible studies during the week, check the church website for details. www. pecumc.org
St. John’s Lutheran
815-239-2400 1301 N. Jackson St., P.O. Box 480 Pastor Terry Theiss Service Times: Sunday Morning Worship 9 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 10:15 a.m. (September through May) First Sunday of each month is a Contemporary service at 9 a.m.
St. Mary’s Catholic
815-239-1271 126 W. Fifth St. • P.O. Box 656 Father Joseph Jaskierny Weekend Mass held on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday at 9 and 11:15 a.m.
River’s Edge Bible Fellowship 815-713-8567 • 517 Main St.
Pastor Eric Mock Service Times: Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Youth Bible Study - Sundays at 6 p.m. Family Bible Study - Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Counseling by appointment www.bytheriversedge.org
SEWARD Seward Congregational
815-247-8612 P.O. Box 104 • 3029 S. Pecatonica Road Service Times: Sunday School 9 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Communion observance second Sunday of the month. Summer: No Sunday School and worship begins at 9:15 a.m. (June until Labor Day)
TABLE OF CONTENTS Churches..........................2, 3 Schools................................3 Community Services...........5 Local Government...............7 Clubs & Organizations.......................8 Directory of Goods..............9 Human Services................11
CHURCHES SHIRLAND Shirland United Methodist Church
815-629-2049 8030 North St. • Shirland, Ill. Pastor: Leslie Stanford Fellowship Coffee 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship 11 a.m. Kids Sunday School 11 a.m. Adult Sunday School 9 a.m.
WINNEBAGO Burritt Community Church 815-964-6466 8378 Trask Bridge Road
Pastor Brenda Byrne Worship Service begins at 10:40 a.m. First Sunday of the month the Sacrament of Holy Communion is offered and open to all families and visitors. Second Sunday of the month is Fellowship Sunday immediately following worship. Third Sunday of the month is Food Pantry Sunday non-perishable food items are collected for the Rock River Valley Pantry. Starlight Circle meets the last Sunday of the month following worship. http:// burrittchurch.exactpages.com/sermons.htm.
CROSSROADS Community Church
5th grade) are during Adult Sunday Service, 9:30 a.m. Winnebago High School.
815-335-2051 • 208 W. Winnebago St. Pastor Dr. Carroll Smith Service Times: Sunday School 9 a.m. for 3-year-olds through adults. Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Summer Worship (June-August) 9:30 a.m. Activities available: Children’s Choir for children preschool through fifth grades. Junior High Youth Group for sixth through eighth grades. Senior High Youth Group for ninth through 12th grades. Confirmation for eighth graders. Ladies Circle Groups. Adult Bible Studies www.thewfpc.org
Middle Creek Presbyterian
New Life Bible Church 815-335-1405 Hwy 20 and Hoisington Road
Pastor Gary Turner Retired Founding Pastor Pastor Tim Spickler - Lead Pastor Shelly Spickler - Director of Children’s and Women’s Ministries Amy Alber - Worship Ministry Director Service Times: Sunday Morning Worship 8:30 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. (both services have contemporary worship and relevant Bible-based sermons) Kidzone 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays for students in Kindergarten through fifth grades Next Level Youth: Sundays at 5 p.m. Bible Study groups meet throughout the week. Call the church office for particular Bible Study information. Website www.winnewlife.com
815-335-2609 12473 Montague Road
Winnebago United Methodist
Rev. Dr. Anita Stuart Steva Service Times (September through May) Sunday Family Worship 8:30 a.m. Sunday School Hour 9:15 a.m. Blended Worship 10:20 a.m. Summer Hours (June through August): Family Communion 8:30 a.m. Coffee Fellowship 9:15 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 10 a.m. Website www.middlecreekchurch.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Donald Plock Service Times: Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
815-335-2714 • 213 S. Elida St.
Winnebago Campus Park Hills Church 500 W. Winnebago St.
Adult Sunday School 8:45 a.m. Worship Service 10 a.m. www.parkhillschurch.com
Sunday Services are at 9:30 a.m. at Winnebago High School. Kidzlink Children services (ages birth through
SCHOOLS Pecatonica District 321
Board of Education: President: Sally Hoff Vice President: Robert Ackerman Secretary: Kim Greene Board Members: Brent Massingill, Don Miller, Bridget Penwell, Wayne Schere District Office.......................815-239-1639 Superintendent: William Faller
Pecatonica Elementary School 815-239-2550 721 Reed St. P.O. Box 419 Principal: Carrie Brockway
Pecatonica Middle School 815-239-2612 1200 Main St., P.O. Box 419 Principal: Tim King
Pecatonica High School 815-239-2611 1300 Main St., P.O. Box 419 Principal: Todd France
Pecatonica School Organizations
Pecatonica Educational Foundation...........................815-239-1639 Pecatonica Fans Club, President Mark Burrow........224-805-2436 Pecatonica Music Boosters; President Christy Carter......815-239-1157
WINNEBAGO Winnebago District 323
Board of Education: President: Christopher Schoeneweiss
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SCHOOLS Vice-President: Nichole Smith Secretary: Elizabeth Johnson-Lovett Treasurer: Michael Rossol Trustees: Todd France, Dennis Daly, Duane Lovett
815-335-2318 309 S. Benton St. Principal: Ben Hickerson
Jean McNair Elementary School
815-335-2364 407 N. Elida St. Principal: Cathy Finley
815-335-2336 200 E. McNair Road. Winnebago, Ill. 61088 Principal: Matthew Bennett
200 W. South St., Durand Superintendent: Kurt Alberstett....... 815-248-2171 ext: 127 E-mail: Kalberstett@cusd322.org District Secretary: Laurel Buss............ 815-248-2171 ext. 125 Email: email@example.com
Winnebago School Organizations
Durand High School/Junior High
Winnebago PTO Co-chairs: Jamie Dimke, Lindsay Ludwig firstname.lastname@example.org FEE-Foundation for Education Excellence, President: Sally Huggins Winnebago Music Boosters, 815-335-2822 President: Jeanne Mulrooney Winnebago Fans Association President: Joy Parlapiano
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Principal: Michael Leskowich .............................. 815-248-2171 ext. 113 Email: email@example.com
Durand Elementary School
Dean of Students: Shanna Rufener .............................. 815-248-2171 ext. 122 Srufener@cusd322.org Website www.durandbulldogs.com
School Board Members
President: Brian Grande.......................815-997-3089 Vice President: Corey Anderson Secretary: Bradley Faulkner
815-335-1607 304 E. McNair Road. Principal: Sean Monahan
DURAND Durand CUSD 322 Durand Schools
Winnebago High School
815-335-2456 304 E. McNair Winnebago, Ill. 61088 Superintendent Office.........815-335-2456 Superintendent: John Schwuchow www.winnebagoschools.org Winnebago School District #323 Transportation Dept.............815-335-2903 Transportation Director: Mike Reinders
Dorothy Simon Elementary School
Winnebago Middle School
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Dr. Michael McFadden, MD and John Cook, FNP-BC are proud to announce the expansion of services at the FHN Family Healthcare – Pecatonica office. Please welcome Timothy Laurie, DO, FACP who is now providing internal medicine and gastroenterology services, and Syeda Roshan, DPM who is offering podiatry services at this location.
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COMMUNITY SERVICES Pecatonica Post Office 815-239-2656 120 E. Third St. www.usps.com
Pecatonica Public Library
815-239-2616 400 W. 11th St. 61063 www.pecatonicalibrary.com Director: Penny Bryant Library Board - Debora Gulbrandsen (President), Pat Determan (Vicepresident), Barbara Smith (Treasurer), Mary Ann Arensen (Secretary), Gordy Dirksen, Barbara Lizer, Craig Peterson.
Pecatonica Public Works 815-239-2348 200 Taylor St.
2017-18 Pecatonica Rotary Club Officers
815-239-1900 President: Margaret Larson Secretary: George Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Sumner Park District
815-239-1083 300 W. First St., Pecatonica Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Park Office, 300 W. First St. in Pecatonica. President: Emily Hachmeister; Vice President: Elizabeth Leigh Clark; Treasurer: Robert Blassingham; Secretary Josh Hachmeister; Commissioner: Dennis Seaton
Pecatonica Community Food Pantry
815-239-1110 (Church) 815-335-7143 Pecatonica United Methodist Church 528 Washington St. Pecatonica, Ill. 61063-7756 Jen Davison Second Saturday and fourth Tuesday of every month from 10 a.m. to noon Facebook: Pecatonica Community Food Pantry
Winnebago County Fairgrounds
815-239-1641 Main Gate I-Sumner Road/W. Seventh St. Gate II and III-off John St. www.winnebagocountyfair.com Association President Richard Bean Executive Directors: Vice President Warren Mathieu Secretary Deb Runte Treasurer Paul Shippy
WINNEBAGO Winnebago Chamber of Commerce
815-496-0680 President - Nicole Smith, Culver’s of Winnebago Vice President Beth Clift, Angel Treasures II Secretary - Elizabeth Johnson-Lovett, Winnebago School District #323 Treasurer - Neil Potter, Independent Representative Board Members - Jill Gettle, First National Bank of Winnebago; Justin Jones, Edward Jones; Amy Kennedy, Kennedy’s on Benton; John Catron, Anderson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram The Winnebago Are Chamber of Commerce was formed in 2005 and is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Illinois and is officially incorporated as the Village of Winnebago Chamber of Commerce, Inc. The mission of the Winnebago Area Chamber of Commerce is to be the principal representative of area businesses to ensure a favorable business climate and to promote economic development, a unified voice, and a presence for all businesses. For more information on becoming a member of the Winnebago Area Chamber of Commerce, call 815-335-2020 or email winnebagochamberinfo@gmail. com. The website of the Winnebago Area Chamber of Commerce is www. winnebagochamber.com.
Winnebago Park District
301 N. Church St. P.O. Box 516 815-335-3211 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: winnebagoparkdistrict.org Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Park Director - Michelle Cunningham Program Coordinator – Jen Viel
Board of Commissioners: President Dustin Kapp Vice-President Jason Gustafson Secretary Jacob Caltagerone Commissioner Corey Stout Treasurer Brad Bull
Winnebago Post Office 815-335-1179 105 Landmark Dr. Postmaster Marianne Miller www.usps.com
Winnebago Public Library
815-335-7050 Fax: 815-335-7049 210 N. Elida St. www.winnebagopubliclibrary.org Library Director: Katie Schmoyer Assistant Director: Lynn Allabaugh Library Board: Steven Scheider (President), Staci Thompson (Vice President), Neil Potter (Treasurer), Wanda Cwiklo (Secretary), Trustees Tracy Kruse, Cali Oberbroeckling and Jaquie Olsen.
Winnebago Public Works
815-335-2230 600 W. Soper St. Public Works Director: Chad Insko
Winnebago Community Historical Society
PO Box 95 Winnebago IL 61088 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/ winnebagocommunityhistoricalsociety/
SEWARD Seward Post Office
815-247-8777 3057 S. Pecatonica Road. Postmaster Dawn Hickok
Seward Historical Society 815-721-1799 3107 S. Pecatonica Road Seward, Ill. 61063
Seward Park District
2970 Tracy St. Seward, Ill. 61077 815-247-8800 Commissioners: Alison Behn, Katryna Kirby, Scott Whitney, Cletus W. Hoppe Meetings are held on Third Tuesday of the every month at 7 p.m.
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Durand State Bank Main Location: 1005 Cameron Dr. Durand, IL 61024 815-248-2101
Lake Summerset Facility: 13697 Best Rd. Davis, IL 61019 815-248-2711
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Fax & Photocopies Wire Transfers Automatic Transfers Overdraft Protection Automatic Deposits Illinois License Tag Stickers Loans •Real Estate • Agriculture •Consumer • Commerical Notary Service Voter Registry Service Official Checks FREE Online Banking FREE Bill Pay & FREE E Statements
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Main Bank Lake Summerset Facility Durand Shell
Pumphouse, Durand Durand School Shell Express, Davis
VILLAGE OF PECATONICA Pecatonica Village Hall
815-239-2310 • Fax 815-239-1060 Website www.villageofpecatonica.com 405 Main St., P.O. Box 730 Call the Village Hall for zoning-building permits, water/sewer and garbage billing-ordinance questions and other information, or contact village officials. Village President: Bill Smull Village Clerk: Gwenn Shirley Building Enforcement Officer: Lyle Christen Pecatonica Board of Trustees: Tricia Metz, Bill Determen, Paula Hachmeister, Tom Gipe, Jennifer Johnson, Marilyn Wilke, Kathy Doty
Phone 815-248-2606 Fax 815-248-2032 308 W. Main St. Durand websites: www.durandil.com or www.durandevents.com (these websites are maintained by village municipality). Call the Village Hall for zoning permits, water/sewer and garbage billing-ordinance questions and other information, or contact village officials. Village President: Robert Corwin
707 N. Elida St., Winnebago, IL
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815-335-7529 14085 Montague Road • P.O. Box 575 Supervisor Greg Hodges....815-335-7529 Clerk Lorita Ooyen...............815-335-7529 Assessor DPaula Lutzow.....815-248-4610 email@example.com Board of Trustees: David Heeren, Craig McClure, Aaron Rowley, Richard Johnson Township Assessor Doug Mitchell ............................................815-335-2706 Senior Citizen Bus Coordinator, Lisa Meads Winnebago Town Hall rental ............................................815-335-7529 Winnebago Township Highway Dept......................815-335-2401 500 W. Soper St. Road Commissioner: Barry Palm ............................................815-335-2401
BURRITT TOWNSHIP 815-335-7001 Supervisor: Dennis Daly......815-222-7942 Clerk: Delores Schelm.........815-335-7001 firstname.lastname@example.org Board of Trustees: Roger McDougall, John Siebel, Fred Hoople, Ben Christiansen Multi Township Assessor: Theresa Hohlfelder..............815-965-4078 Road Commissioner: Lana Daly............................815-520-7292 Museum, Town Hall: 8284 Trask Bridge Road Mail to 11569 Telegraph Road Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 Debby Sarver......................815-708-2997 email@example.com Cemetery Board: Ellen Brueggeman, Mona Siebel and Dick McCray
VILLAGE OF DURAND
703 N. Elida St., Winnebago, IL
Mailing address: P.O. Box 534, Durand, Ill. 815-248-3430 • Fax 815-248-3440 Supervisor: David Waller ........... 815-248-2291 or 815-997-7692 (c) Clerk: Jan Cox.....................815-248-2089 Road Commissioner: Kim Steward........................815-248-2575 Board of Trustees: Randy MacDougall, Neil Dreier, Glenn Matteson, Dave Meissen
AC McCartney Farm Equipment Corner of IL 70 & IL 75 Durand, IL 61024 815-248-2161 352351
Seward Township Office
815-247-8830 • 16272 Grant Seward, Ill. Supervisor: Garelt Stahl ............................................815-247-8772 Clerk: James Monge ............................................815-247-8802 Pecatonica/Seward Multi-Twp Assessor Scott Hamilton:....................815-239-1394 Road Commissioner Dave Heslop ............................................815-703-0684 Board of Trustees: John Behn, Jr., Richard Beuth, Barbara Hazzard, James Kirby
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Dr. James P. Heynen, D.D.S Serving Winnebago for over 21 years. Specializing in General Dental Health.
502 N. Elida Street (Winnebago Plaza) Winnebago, IL 815-335-7368
NITE EQUIPMENT INC.
2388 N. Conger Road Pecatonica, IL 61063 Phone: 815-239-9096 Fax: 815-239-9032 www.niteequip.com New & Used Tractors Trucks • 300 Trailers
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815-335-2020 • Fax 815-335-7533 Website www.villageofwinnebago.com 108 W. Main St. Call Village Office for zoning-building permits, water-garbage billing, ordinance questions and other information. Village President: Franklin Eubank, Jr. Village Clerk: Sally Jo Huggins Winnebago Board of Trustees: Stan Maligranda, Jeremy Graham, Don Kimes, Michael McKinnon
Durand/Laona Multitownship Assessor: Paula Lutzow.......................815-248-4610 Durand Township Highway Department.........................815-248-2222 404 Market 61024 Meetings are the first Thursday after the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at 105 Freemont Street, Durand. Office hours: Appointment only
Winnebago Village Hall
Village Clerk: Mary Sphatt Durand Board of Trustees: Ben Fritz, Sheila Hoffman, Jody Meissen, Barb Matteson, Fran Waller, and Matthew Slade Board meetings 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Village Treasurer, Administrative Assistant: Sherry Bessert ....................815-248-2606 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS PECATONICA
Pecatonica Garden Club 815-979-9878 Melody Wiegert, President
American Legion Post 197
815-703-9817 Commander: Joe Musso Auxiliary President: Jennifer Snow
Pecatonica Historical Society
Pecatonica Fire Protection District
Pecatonica Lions Club
815-650-3463 Michael Eaton
815-343-2933 Fred Nestler, President
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PECATONICA TOWNSHIP 815-239-1555 410 Reed St. • Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 P.O. Box 695 Supervisor: Joe Musso...........................215-239-1544 Clerk: Road Commissioner: Bruce Lizer,.........................215-239-1287 Board of Trustees: James Anderson, Brian Boomer, Vernell Sarver, Richard Zimmerman
Township Garage................815-239-1112 E-mail: email@example.com Pec-Sew Multi Township ............................................815-239-1394 Assessor: Scott Hamilton....815-239-1394 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Winnebago County Board
District 2, Jim Webster........815-629-2014 District 2 16205 Boswell Road Rockton, Ill. 61072
Pec Playhouse Reservations
815-239-1210 or at www.pecplayhouse.org Pec Playhouse Officers: Glen Wiegert, President; Toni Miller, Vice-President; Laura Wiegert, Treasurer; Lenny Adrignola, Secretary. Board of Directors: Briana Bendorf, Lisa Landerdahl, Randy Sommerio, Austin VanVleck, Suzanne Wiegert
Pecatonica Prairie Path 815-319-4000 Joe Vanderwerf
Pecatonica Rotary Club Jeff Sterling 815-239-1700
Pecatonica Woman’s Club Kristine Siemens, President 815-601-1007
WINNEBAGO Winnebago Lions Club Jim Morrison 815-238-2652
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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Providing safe snowmobile trails to all snowmobiles in Northern Illinois for over 30 years. Club E-mail: email@example.com Club Website: www.winnebagosnogliders.com The Winnebago Sno-Gliders Snowmobile Club meets on the third Tuesday of each month, September through March at Toni’s Event Center in Winnebago at 7 p.m.
Winnebago Community Historical Society
PO Box 95, Winnebago Ill. 61088 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/ winnebagocommunityhistoricalsociety/
SEWARD Seward Historical Society Scott Whitney 815-247-8702
Blackhawk Area Council Boy Scouts of America 815-397-0210
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois 1-844-476-4463 2820 McFarland Road Rockford, Ill. 61107 www.girlscoutsni.org
University of Illinois Extension Jo Daviess, Stephenson and Winnebago Counties 815-986-4357
DIRECTORY OF GOODS AUTOMOTIVE Manus Repair
815-239-2588 430 W. Third St. Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 www.mwrepair.com
BOARDING Winnebago Animal Clinic 815-335-2314 2053 N. Winnebago Road Winnebago, Ill. 61088
BUILDING SUPPLIES Top Notch Building Supply 815-239-1675 2633 Pecatonica Road Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 www.topnotchbuildingsupply.com
CABINETS Top Notch Building Supply 815-239-1675 2633 Pecatonica Road Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 www.topnotchbuildingsupply.com
CHIROPRACTICS Pecatonica Chiropractic
815-239-1121, P.O. Box 699 427 Main St., Pecatonica, Ill 61063
1040 N. Second St., Rockford Website: http://web.extension. illinois.edu/jsw/ The University of Illinois Extension is the outreach arm of the U of I, and has offices in each county. 4-H and Youth Development are offered in both rural and urban settings and expose youth to STEM, agriculture, leadership training and other projects and programs. Our volunteer programs, the Master Gardener program and the Master Naturalist program, train residents to educate and assist residents on topics and issues. The public is invited to a wide range of programs and workshops on topics in agriculture, including commodity ag and small farms, nutrition and wellness, natural resources, horticulture, energy and environmental stewardship and consumer and family sciences.
CONCRETE Dierich Concrete 815-239-1158 1111 Taylor St. Pecatonica, Ill. 61063
DENTIST/DENTAL NEEDS Dr. James P. Heynen D.D.S. 815-335-7368 502 N. Elida St., Winnebago, Ill.
Bonvallet Family Dentistry 815-239-1313 727 Main St., P.O. Box 60 Pecatonica, Ill. 61063
Benassi Family Dentistry
815-335-3070, 201 Soper St. Winnebago, Ill. www.therockforddentist.com
DUCT CLEANING Bomar Heating and Air Conditioning 815-233-1622
Website: www.bomarheating.com 444 Meadows Dr. Freeport, Ill.
FARM EQUIPMENT AC McCartney
815-248-2161, P.O. Box 268 14934 Freeport Road, Durand, Ill. 61024 Acmccartney.com
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Durand State Bank 815-248-2101 1005 N. Cameron Road P.O. Box 537 Durand, Ill.
Durand State Bank
815-248-2711 13697 Best Road, Davis, Ill. durandstatebank.com
GROCERY STORES/ FOOD SERVICES Sullivan’s Foods 815-335-1501 703 N. Elida St. Winnebago, Ill.
HAIR SALONS Honeycomb Salon 815-247-8438 2970 Tracy St. Seward School Center Seward, Ill.
815-239-9114 115 W. 3rd St. Pecatonica, Ill.
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Winnebago Sno-Gliders Snowmobile Club, Inc.
DIRECTORY OF GOODS
815-335-1494 707 N. Elida St. Winnebago, Ill.
815-239-1200 413 Main St., P.O. Box 550 Pecatonica, Ill. pecpharmacy.com
815-248-2601 13416 Farm School Road Durand, Ill. 61024
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
815-335-3535 101 Landmark Dr. Winnebago, Ill. 61088
Frank Eubank Jr., Attorney
815-961-9668 126 N. Church St. Rockford, Ill.
815-233-1622 444 Meadows Dr. Freeport, Ill. www.bomarheating.com
815-239-9044, P.O. Box 368 519 Main St., Pecatonica, Ill.
INSURANCE Country Insurance – Erica Kielty
815-239-2194, 405 W. 11th St. Pecatonica, Ill. 61063
P.O. Box 220 102 Elida St., Suite C Winnebag, Ill. 61088 Erica.email@example.com www.countryfinancial.com/erica.kielty
FHN Family Healthcare Center
Gambino Realtors 815-289-6323 Pamela Cunningham 3815 N. Mulford Road Rockford, Ill. 61114
815-239-1400 1301 Main St. Pecatonica, Ill.
Frank J. Eubank, Jr.
Attorney at Law
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126 N. Church St. • Rockford, IL 61101 219 S. Swift St. • Winnebago, IL 61088
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innebago Animal Clinic
2053 North Winnebago Road
Serving the village since 1946 We are a full service Veterinary Clinic with a climate-controlled boarding facility & Sunday pick-up between 5-6 p.m. available Mon.-Sat. - 8am-12pm • Mon. - 2pm-8pm Tues., Thurs., Fri, - 2pm-6pm
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HUMAN SERVICES 815-963-8471 Rock River Chapter, 727 N. Church St. • Rockford 24-hour emergency number 1-800-696-3873 Red Cross volunteers provide assistance to disaster victims, emergency communications to Armed Forces personnel and their families, homeless shelter, water-safety training and a variety of health and safety training.
Catholic Charities 815-544-5434 521 S. State St., Suite 2 Belvidere, Ill., 61008
provision of family and parenting support services. Specialized programs include: Teen Family Support program for teen parents residing in Winnebago County, Family Support Services for families of children with special needs residing in Boone, Ogle, Lee and Winnebago Counties, Therapeutic Autism Project (TAP), and the Autism School. Partially funded by United Way of Rock River Valley, Boone and Ogle Counties, Ogle 708 Board and other contributions.
Children’s Home and Aid Society
815-962-1043 910 Second Ave. • Rockford
Serves residents in need of child welfare and family services with adoption, foster care, comprehensive services to unwed parents, individual and family counseling services. Emergency Financial Assistance is also available. Services are available regardless of religious affiliation. Partially funded by the United Way.
Provides guidance to pregnant women, serves families interested in adopting, Family First program EPIC (Early prevention in community) grades one to three, foster care, treatment foster care, home of relative foster care, counseling and offers other community programs.
Easter Seals Children’s Development Center
Camelot Care Centers, not-for-profit agency • 815-484-9180
815-965-6745 650 N. Main St. • Rockford
Assists families in building a foundation for their young children through the
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GOODS & SERVICES Gambino Realtors
815-262-8082 Ginny Meyer 3815 North Mulford Road Rockford, Ill.
SCRAP Groeling Salvage 815-232-2525 220 E. Exchange Freeport, Ill. 61032
TAX PREPARATION L.A. Tax Preparation 815-297-1234 1701 Galena Avenue Freeport, Ill.
Raymer and Williams Tax Service
815-239-1646, 903 Taylor St. P.O. Box 170, Pecatonica, Ill.
THEATRE Pecatonica Playhouse 815-239-1121 P.O. Box 238 314 Main St. Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 Pecplayhoouse.org
TRACTORS AND TRAILERS Nite Equipment
815-239-9096 2388 N. Conger Road Pecatonica, Ill.
VETERINARIAN Winnebago Animal Clinic 815-335-2314 2053 N. Winnebago Road Winnebago, Ill. 61088
Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois
910 Second Ave., Rockford, Ill. 61104 • 815-962-1043 Pregnancy and early parent counseling, adoption, post adoption counseling, foster care, treatment foster care, preventive mental health services for children and family preservation services.
Alcoholics Anonymous 815-968-0333 Family Consultation Service 4040 Charles St., • Rockford, Ill., 61108 We provide information, brochures, books and meetings are scheduled. Call for more information.
Rockford Home Services DRS Office
(Rehabilitation Services) 171 Executive Pkwy. Rockford, Ill., 61107 • 815-987-4964 UIC Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC) 815-987-7571 4302 N. Main St., Room 106 • Rockford, Ill. DSCC is a statewide program that partners with Illinois families and communities to help children with special healthcare needs connect to services and resources. We draw on the relationships and expertise our staff has built over the last 80 years to address a child’s medical, social, behavioral, educational and financial needs and develop a plan of care. This process is called care coordination and is free for all children with eligible medical conditions, regardless of their family’s income level. Our care coordination is tailored to each family and focuses on their specific goals. DCSS is here to guide and support families through their child’s journey and put them at the center of a seamless support system that improves the quality of their lives. To learn more, visit: https://dscc.uic.edu or call 800-322-3722 or e-mail: dscc@uic. edu.
Epilepsy Foundation of North/Central Illinois
815-964-2689 • 321 W. State St. Suite 208 • Rockford, Ill. Educational and support services for 27 northern Illinois counties. Support groups for people with epilepsy and their families, case management services and
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HUMAN SERVICES free to the public educational programs about seizures and seizure first aid. An affiliate of the Epilepsy Foundation of America.
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Illinois Growth Enterprises 815-962-8333 7200 Clinton Road • Loves Park, Ill.
Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois 815-962-5585 210 N. Longwood • Rockford, Ill.
Provides family counseling of all kinds: individual, couples, parent-child, siblings and others. Partially funded by United Way of Boone County. Also, parents groups and abuse intervention services.
Hospice Care of America
815-316-2700 3815 N. Mulford Road • Rockford, Ill. Hospice Care of America is a full service hospice that meets the intense physical, emotional and spiritual needs of anyone who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. The focus of Hospice Care of America is to provide comfort to the patient and their family during the illness. They provide services in the patient’s home as well as in a nursing facility. HCA is licensed by the Illinois Department of Public Health and is Medicare and Medicaid approved. They will not decline services to anyone despite ability to pay. HCA is locally owned and operated.
Head Start and Community Services
815-987-5480 612 North Church • Rockford, Ill.
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844-710-6919 555 N. Court St. • Rockford, Ill.
A non-profit program offering vocational evaluation, training, and job placement services to adults with disabilities including brain injury living in Boone and Winnebago Counties.
Rockford MELD (Mothers Establishing Life Direction) 815-986-1947 107 N. Third St. • Rockford, IL 61107
Web: www.rockfordmeld.org Rockford MELD Mission is to strengthen families. Through their programs and services MELD offers emergency shelter and transitional living housing, parenting groups, prevention education, support and resources, and life and job skills. MELD provides these programs to young parents in the community. MELD started in 1981 and was incorporated in 1985. Most local social services agencies recognize MELD as the expert in teen pregnancy and look to MELD for services for young mothers, fathers and their children. MELD is supported federal, state and local funding and grants, United Way, local businesses, general contributions and in-kind donations. The agency sponsors several fundraising activities throughout the year: our MELD Mother’s Day Card sale, the MELD July 4th Classic Run and Family Walk, our annual “Sports Celebrity Event” and our annual “Golf Play Day.”
Provides outreach services to clients seeking emergency assistance to
815-654-6100 4060 McFarland Road • Rockford, Ill. Provides developmentally disabled
adults with living skills and services in residential settings with an in-house training facility.
March of Dimes
815-397-0097 Northern Illinois Division 5411 E. State St., Suite 8 • Rockford, Ill. The Hope: Every birth-A healthy birth. The Urgency: The health of four million babies born each year. Fact: Babies born in 24 other countries have a better chance of living to their first birthday than babies born in the United States. Goal: Reduce infant mortality to seven deaths per 1,000 live births.
Narcotics Anonymous (24-hour help line) 815-964-5959
Callers placed in contact with a recovering addict who can direct you to local meetings. Meetings are open to anyone who thinks he or she has a problem with drugs. www.rragsna.org
Northern Illinois Hospice Association
815-398-0500 4215 Newburg Road • Rockford, Ill. Serves patients in terminal illness cases, addressing the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and family through periods of illness and bereavement. Grief counseling center for anyone who has experienced a death. Medicare certified. No one will be denied care because of inability to pay. NIHA is licensed by the Illinois Department of Public Health as a full-service hospice and is Medicaid and Medicare-certified. Hospice services are covered by many private insurance plans, HMOs, and other managed care
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Prairie State Legal Services 815-965-2902 303 N. Main St., Suite 600 • Rockford
Prairie State Legal Services offers free legal services for low income persons and those over 60 who have serious civil legal problems and need legal help to solve them. Their mission is “to provide or coordinate the delivery of high quality legal services to low-income individuals, families and groups.” Throughout its history, Prairie State has focused on providing legal services to the most vulnerable groups in our society, the poor, the elderly, the physically and mentally disabled as well as other vulnerable people.
Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus
815-391-1000 1601 University Dr. • Rockford, Ill. A 78-bed, private, non-profit facility offering inpatient and out-patient services, continuing care and community focus prevention programs for adolescents ages 12 to 18 with alcohol or other drug problems. The center focuses its attention on special and individual needs of chemically dependent youth and their families.
Rockford & Winnebago County Office 815-962-7195 520 Hollister Ave. Rockford, Ill. 61104-2506 Rockford & Winnebago County Social Service Center 815-972-1135
from these funds and the principal, if the donor desires, are distributed to nonprofit organizations. This helps our community respond today and prepare for the future.
Remedies (formerly known as WAVE) Program
Winnebago County Social Services
815-962-6102 24-hour crisis line 815-962-6102
815-972-1135 416 S. Madison St., Rockford Services include religious teaching, character-building programs for adults and young people, financial assistance and Winnebago County Emergency Food Pantry. Please call for a food pantry appointment.
Counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. The program provides legal advocacy, shelter, women and children groups, individual and group counseling.
Winnebago County Animal Services
815-319-4100 4517 N. Main St., Rockford
The Arc of Winnebago, Boone and Ogle Counties 815-965-3455 2820 McFarland Road Rockford, Ill., 61107
A non-profit organization to assist people with developmental disabilities and their families in securing appropriate services to alleviate the stresses and problems related to disabilities, and in attaining the most productive lifestyle possible.
Community Foundation of Northern Illinois
815-962-2110 • Fax 815-962-2116 946 N. Second St. • Rockford, Ill. The Community Foundation of Northern Illinois is a nonprofit, endowed public charity that offers donors of all means a flexible, cost-effective way to give back to their community. Simply put, the Foundation is a pool of charitable dollars invested to provide greater funding for community needs. The income
Monday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed from 12:30-1:30 p.m. daily www.wcasrock.org Animal Services officers investigate animal related complaints and requests for service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in all areas of the County. Services include animal bite reports and rabies control, response to straying, dangerous and nuisance animals, as well as, emergency care for sick and injured animals and animal welfare checks. Officers also enforce all local animal related laws to insure improved public protection and animal welfare. Animal Services also offers services in emergency care and adoption as well as short term holding services.
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HUMAN SERVICES Winnebago County Health Department
815-720-4000 401 Division St. • Rockford, Ill. The Winnebago County Health Department provides services designed to protect, promote and maintain the health of all Winnebago County residents. Such services involve collecting and analyzing vital statistics, controlling communicable diseases, diminishing environmental risks to health. Providing maternal and child health services, adult personal health services and health education. The health department currently provides more than 175,000 contacts per year, making it the fourth largest health department in Illinois outside of Chicago.
Youth Services Network, Inc. 815-986-1947 3703 N. Main St. • Rockford, Ill.
Coordinates services and activities that improve the well being of youth from infancy to age 21 and their families. Funds community services programs at
Boys and Girls Club, Camaraderie Arts and in Boone County. Provides Illinois crisis intervention services, placement stabilization services, monitors programs at MELD and Trinity House shelter for pregnant and parenting teens and The Bridge for males ages 14 to 21.
Winnebago County Forest Preserve 815-877-6100 5500 Northrock Dr., Rockford, Ill. 61103
10127 Forest Preserve Road Durand, Ill. 61024 Trask Bridge Road Forest Preserve 11532 Trask Bridge Road 10 miles northwest of Rockford, on Kilburn Avenue (Route 70) Severson Dells Forest Preserve 815-335-2915 8786 Montague Road, Rockford www.seversondells.org Winnebago Village’s Memorial Park 815-335-7529 Main and Benton Streets
www.wcfpd.org Call Winnebago County Forest Preserve at 815-877-6100 for information on: Hononegah Forest Preserve 80 Hononegah Road Rockton, Ill., 61072 Pecatonica Forest Preserve 7260 Judd Road Pecatonica, Ill. 61063 Seward Bluffs Forest Preserve 16999 Comly Road, Seward, Ill., 815-877-6100 Sugar River Forest Preserve
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