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Entertainment & Events – August 2017

Mo-Co Rush Softball Tryouts
Tryouts for the Mo-Co Rush girls traveling
softball will be held Saturday, August 5th, and
Sunday, August 6th on the west diamond of
Jurgens Park in Arthur. The diamond is located
next to ALAH high school and the four-way stop
on 133. The day will start with the 10U tryouts
from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM, 11/12U will be from
12:30 PM – 3:00 PM, and 14U will be from 3:00 PM
– 5:30 PM. Registration and warm-ups will begin
30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. This
year’s Rush teams are among the best in the area
as the ’04 team, next year’s 14U, currently stands
at 49-32, while the ’05 team, next year’s 12U, cur
rently stands at 56-25-1 and boasts a two year
record of 132-38-1. For more information about all
of the Rush teams go to their website at www. or search for Moultrie County
Rush on Facebook.
F.L.I.P. 4 Findlay
The F.L.I.P. 4 Findlay 5K run/walk is Saturday,
August 12 with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m.
and race time at 8 a.m.
Registration start and finish will take place at
Eagle Creek State Park. Prizes include three
awards per age group and gender.
Online registration is available at
For more information contact Jody McCormick
at 217-725-5176

Moms On a Mission in Sullivan: Fellowship with a
– A group of Christian moms who meet
for fellowship while also striving to grow spiritu
ally and serve our community. A typical meeting
includes breakfast, devotion and discussion, fol
lowed by an activity or service project.
Childcare is provided by church volunteers.
There is a classroom for 2+ year olds, which
includes a snack and a Christian lesson. We also
offer a nursery for 0-2 year olds.
Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Fridays
of the month from 9:00-11:00am at the First
United Methodist Church in Sullivan. No meeting
if there is no school that day.
For any questions, contact Jilla Young at 217-
622-3230 or by email at sullivanmoms@gmail.
Open Mic
Allenville Community Building will host an
open mic the last Friday of each month for coun
try music from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Grief Support Group
A weekly grief support group meets 5:45 p.m.
– 7:15 p.m. Wednesdays through May 29.
Meetings are held at the First United Methodist
Church at 216 W. Jefferson in Sullivan. Dinner
and child care are provided at 5:15 p.m.
For more information contact Connie
Dunscomb at 217/433-0581 or Karen Goss at
Free Play Group
Bright Start is a free play group program that
is funded through the Illinois State Board of
Education for children birth thru age three who
reside in Moultrie County. Play groups meet on
Thursday mornings from 9 to 10:30 at the Early
Intervention building at 203 S. Graham, Sullivan.
For more information call Amy Eller 728-7396.
50 Plus Gatherings
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each
month from 6:30-8pm. If you are age 50 or older,
please join us! We are a generation with much to
offer in perspective, experience, skills and wis
dom as we extend God’s love within and beyond
the church walls. Vineyard Church, 1805 S.
Hamilton in Sullivan.
Yoga 12 Step
Recovery Meeting
Y12SR-Yoga 12 Step Recovery is a donation
based meeting that will meet at the Masonic
Temple Tuesdays 7:30-9:30pm
Y12SR is an integrative 12-step meeting and a
yoga practice for those that suffer from addiction
and for those who love them.
All A’s Welcome.
Aquafest at Dam West Beach is no ordinary
day at the beach! The Lake Shelbyville, U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers will be hosting Aquafest on
Saturday, August 5 from noon to 4:00 p.m.
Children and adults of ages all are welcome to
attend. The beach fee will be waived for the entire
day to allow all beach users a chance to come out
and enjoy the free games and activities. Activities
include water safety superhero games, sand
sculpture contest, inflatable water slides, bounce
houses, and an appearance from Bobber the Water
Safety Dog.
For additional information, visit our facebook
p a g e : w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m /
LakeShelbyvilleUSACE, call the Lake Shelbyville
Interpretive Services and Outreach Department at
217-774-3951 ext. 2, or email lakeshelbyville@
Relay for Life
Relay for Life is 6 p.m.-midnight Friday,
August 11 on the Sullivan High School track. The
theme is Grease (the movie) so participants
should feel free to come in costume.
Luminaria are available, and order forms will
be available at the local banks. Completed forms
and payment may be mailed to Diane Waggoner
at 48 Roley Est. in Sullivan. Luminaria at $10 per
bag may be purchased in honor or memory of
loved ones who have fought or are still fighting
Proposed schedule: 5-6 p.m. Fire Department
waterball contest
6-6:30 Opening Ceremonies (includes wel
come, reading of mission statement, presentation
of the colors, national anthem, and awards)
6:30 Moultrie County Sheriff Dept. canine
6:30 Team Look At Me I’m Sandy’s Queen is
having a Cake Walk
7-9 Tonequest (Live Band)
9 Luminaria Ceremony
9:30 Fireworks
10-midnight A-Sharp DJ
Silent Auction begins at 6 p.m. and closes at
9:30 p.m.
Sullivan Church of God will provide a Kid’s
Corner with bounce house, games, and dunk
There will also be several local food trucks on
site for the event.
Health Screenings
SBL Lincolnland Home Care and Lincolnland
Hospice will conduct a free blood pressure clinic
from 8:30-9 a.m. Thursday, August 17 at the
Senior Center in Sullivan. For more information,
call Lincolnland Home Care at 1-800-879-3212.
SBL Lincolnland Home Care, Lincolnland
Hospice and Lincolnland Home Medical will
sponsor bingo from 9-10 a.m. following the blood
pressure clinic.

Moultrie County Meetings Schedule

Meetings – August 2017

First Monday
6 p.m., Lovington Township meets, township
7 p.m., Dalton City Village Board meets, vil
lage hall (unless the Monday falls on a holiday
which then moves the meeting to Tuesday follow
ing the first Monday)
Second Monday
6:30 p.m., Sullivan Women’s Civic Club meets,
Senior Center
7 p.m., Sullivan, City Council meets, city
7 p.m., Marrowbone Township, township shed
7 p.m., Sullivan school board meets, high
school media center
Second Thursday
7 p.m., Moultrie County Board meets, county
board room in the courthouse
7 p.m., Bethany Village Board meets, village
Third Thursday
7 p.m., Okaw Valley school board meets,
OVHS computer lab
Fourth Monday
7 p.m., Sullivan City Council meets, city build
Lions Club
Second and Fourth Tuesday
6 p.m., Sullivan
5 p.m., Dove Support Group,
5 p.m., Dove Children’s Group, children are
provided with supper during meeting
Rotary Club
11:30 a.m., Sullivan
Historical and
Genealogical Society
Third Thursday, 7 p.m., Moultrie County
Historical and Genealogical Society meets,
Heritage Center, 117 E. Harrison, Sullivan.
Lovington Library Board
Fourth Tuesday
6:30 p.m., in the meeting room of library
First and Third Thursday
6 p.m., AmBuC Hall, Sullivan
George A. Sentel Lodge
Stated meeting, First Wednesday of each
month, 7:30 p.m.
Sullivan Kiwanis
First and Third Monday of the month at
6:30p.m. at the Sullivan High School.
WHAT: Moultrie Low Vision Support Group
WHEN: Thursday, August 1 from 1:00 pm –
2:30 pm
WHERE: Elizabeth Titus Memorial Library
the Sullivan library
Sullivan VFW
VFW Meeting First Tuesday of every month at
VFW Auxillary meets the 1st Tuesday at
VFW is open to the public & serving food.

American Legion and VFW
American Legion – VFW

American Legion – August 2017

Sullivan American Legion
The Sullivan American Legion Board meets the
second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The
regular Legion meeting is the following Saturday
at 9a.m.
The Auxiliary meets on the first Monday of the
month at 7 p.m. and the Sons of the American
Legion meets at 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of
the month.
Meals served every Thursday night at 5p.m.
Lounge open to the public Monday-Friday a4
4p.m. and Saturday at noon.
BINGO is held every Thursday with doors
opening at 4 p.m., Early Bird at 6:20 p.m., and
regular Bingo starting at 7 p.m.
Lovington American Legion
The Lovington American Legion at 1 p.m. on
the second Saturday of the month.
The Lovington Sons of the American Legion
meets on the second Sunday at 1:30 p.m., and the
Auxiliary at 2 p.m on the first Sunday of the
Pork Chop dinners are held on the third
Saturday of the month from 5 to 8 p.m.
Bethany American Legion
The Bethany American Legion and Sons of the
American Legion meet on the fourth Monday of
the month at 7:00 p.m.

Church Events in Moultrie County
Church Events

Church Events – August 2017

First Christian Church
1357 CR 1200 E, Sullivan, 217-728-7351
Pastor Grant Wade •
Email us at
Like us on Facebook at fccsullivan
Weekly Happenings —
Sunday Mornings: 9:30 am Fellowship–coffee
& cookies; 10 am Worship; 10:15 am Kids’ Church
Thursday Mornings: 10 am Ladies of Faith @ 5
West Coffee Lounge – Gals of all ages are wel
come to come for devotions and fellowship!
Chix in Training Boot Camp: 5 am – 6 am on
M–W–F in the Fellowship Hall.
Weight Watchers: 9 am – 10 am on Thursdays
in the Fellowship Hall.
Other Happenings —
Monday, Aug 7: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Prairie
Winds Rehearsal in Fellowship Hall.
Friday, Aug 11: 6:30 pm–12:00 am Relay for
Life at Sullivan High School.
Saturday, Aug 12: 9:00 am–11:30 am 4-H
Quilting/Sewing Class in Fellowship Hall. This
class is offered by the U of I Extension Service. No
sewing experience is needed, there is no fee, and
the class is open to kids and adults. The classes
meet here at FCC in the Fellowship Hall on the
second Saturday of each month from 9:00
am–11:30 am. If you have a sewing machine,
please bring it. If not, one will be provided. For
more information, please call instructors Brenda
Pierce at 752–6727 or Sharon White at 728–4791.
Monday, Aug 14: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Prairie
Winds Rehearsal in Fellowship Hall.
Saturday, Aug 19: 8:00 am AMEN Men’s
Group Meeting in Pavilion. All men are welcome.
Monday, Aug 21: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Prairie
Winds Rehearsal in Fellowship Hall.
Saturday, Aug 26: 10:00 am Mending Hearts
Grief Group Meeting in Parlor. Everyone is wel
Monday, Aug 28: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Prairie
Winds Rehearsal in Fellowship Hall.

DMH Community Calendar
DMH Community Calendar

DMH Community Calendar – August 2017

Geriatric Assessment Clinic, 241 W. Weaver Road, Suite 240,
Forsyth. Come to our outpatient program to identify health
needs and develop a tailored care plan for loved ones. Get peace
of mind for the whole family. Call 217-876-2199 to schedule your
Cardiopulmonary Rehab Orientation, Tuesdays and Thurs
days, August 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31, 1-3
p.m., FREE, Decatur Memorial Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation
Department, 2300 N. Edward St., Decatur – meet at Heart and
Lung Institute Registration Desk. This orientation is for the Car
diac Rehabilitation program and requires a physician referral.
For more information, call 217-876-2496.
Bariatric Support Group, August 1, 5:30-6:30 p.m., FREE,
DMH Specifc Performance Enhancement Center, 2122 N. 27th
Street, Decatur. Share knowledge and support as we work to
regain and maintain good health. Persons who have had bariat
ric surgery and their family members are welcome, along with
those considering medical weight loss or bariatric surgery. This
requires a physician referral and assessment appointment prior
to class. Register online at or call
Bone Density Screening, August 2, 9-11 a.m. FREE, DMH
Breast Center, 302 W. Hay St., Suite 117A. Detect the early stage
of osteoporosis with this free screening. Register online at www. or call for an appointment, 217-876-4377.
Helping Hands Bereavement for Children, August 3, 10, 17,
24, 31, 3:30 p.m., FREE. Cancer Care Center of Decatur, 210 W.
McKinley, Ave, Decatur, IL. Meets in the Art Therapy room.
Helping Hands is a support group for children ages fve to 15.
Register online at or call 217-876-4735.
Natural Nutrition Weight Management Orientation August
10, 12 p.m., August 21, 5:30 p.m., FREE, DMH Specifc Perfor
mance Enhancement Center, 2122 N. 27th Street, Decatur. Learn
more about our natural approach for weight loss. Obtain knowl
edge on nutrition and how to work out effectively. A physician
and a one-on-one health coach are on hand to supervise weight
loss and help set and reach personal goals. Plus, learn about our
meal replacement product with all natural ingredients. Register
online at or call 217-876-4249.
Childbirth Experience Class #1, August 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.,
Class #2, August 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. FREE, Decatur Memori
al Hospital – OB Classroom, 2300 N. Edward Street, Decatur.
Class #1 addresses what to expect before, during and after
childbirth: birth by C-section: pain management; and when to
come to the hospital. Class #2 is taught by a certifed lactation
counselor who reviews breast feeding (pumping/storing, posi
tioning your baby, tips for success)
and newborn care in early days and

beyond. Register online at
or call 217-876-3400.
Facing Cancer Together, August 9, 1:30 p.m.,
FREE, Cancer Care Center of Decatur, 210 W.
McKinley Ave., Education Classrooms. A month
ly support group for all cancer patients and their
families. The group offers an opportunity to share
thoughts, feelings and information. Register on
line at or call 217-876-4735.
Cardiopulmonary Rehab Nutrition Class, Au
gust 10, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., FREE, Decatur Me
morial Hospital, Classroom B. Participants are to
meet at the Heart and Lung Institute Registration
Desk at Decatur Memorial Hospital, 2300 N. Ed
ward St., Decatur. For more information, call 217-
Pink Link Breast Cancer Support Group, Au
gust 10, 6 p.m., FREE, Cancer Care Center of
Decatur, 210 W. McKinley Ave., Education Class
rooms. This group offers an opportunity to share
thoughts, feelings and information. For more in
formation call 217-876-4377.
New Brother/Sister Day Camp, August 10,
6:30 p.m., $15, Decatur Memorial Hospital – OB
Classroom. Children ages three years to 10 years
learn about new babies, what to expect when
mom goes to the hospital and how to help at
home. Children practice with a doll; please bring
a doll or stuffed animal. This class costs $15. Reg
istration required; Register online at www.dmh or call 217-876-3400.
Infant CPR Class, August 14, 7 p.m., FREE,
Decatur Memorial Hospital – OB Classrooms-
3rd Floor, 2300 N. Edward St., Decatur, IL. This
class teaches moms, dads and anyone caring for
infants (including grandparents and babysitters)
the skills needed for infant CPR and is taught by
Pediatric Registered Nurses certifed in CPR in
struction. Register online at
or call 217-876-3100.
Diabetes Support Group, August 16, 11 a.m.-
Noon, 5:30-6:30 p.m. FREE, DMH Diabetes Ed
ucation Center. A group for anyone in the com
munity who needs help and support with their
diabetes. The guest speaker will be Leslie Roberts
MSW. Register online at https://www.dmhcares.
com/ or call the DMH Diabetes Education Cen
ter at 217-876-2699 for more information.
Cardiopulmonary Risk Factors Education,
August 18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., FREE, Decatur Memo
rial Hospital, Classroom B. Cardiac Risk Factors
is an educational class that assists clients to rec
ognize and change their risk factors to maintain a
heart healthy lifestyle. Participants are to meet at
the Heart and Lung Institute Registration Desk at
Decatur Memorial Hospital, 2300 N. Edward St.,
Decatur. For more information, call 217-876-2496.
Brain Tumor Support Group, August 19, 10
a.m., FREE, Cancer Care Center of Decatur – Ed
ucation Classroom. 210 W. McKinley Ave. Sup
port group for individuals who have experienced
brain tumors and their families. Register online
at or call 217-876-
Expectant Grandparent, August 21, 7- 8:30
p.m., FREE, Decatur Memorial Hospital- OB
Classroom. This class covers newborn care,
childproofng a home, toys for various ages and
other new grandparent concerns. Registration is
required. Register online at
or call 217-876-3100.
Us TOO Prostate Cancer Support Group, Au
gust 22, 4:30-6 p.m., FREE, Cancer Care Center of
Decatur, Education Classroom, 210 W. McKinley
Ave. Support group for prostate cancer patients
and spouses. Register online at www.dmhcares.
com or call 217-876-4735.
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Wellness
Group, August 22, 6-7:30 p.m., FREE. Decatur
Memorial Hospital – Classroom A. An oppor
tunity for individuals enrolled in the Cardiac
Rehabilitation program to exchange and gather
wellness information. For more information, call
In BeTWEEN for Girls, August 26, 10-11:30
a.m., FREE. Decatur Memorial Hospital- OB
Classroom. For girls ages 9-12 (along with a
parent), learn more about health, physical and
emotional changes of puberty, the reproductive
system, the importance of nutrition and exercise,
caring for your body, and caring for your feelings
and relationships. Registration is required. Reg
ister online at or call 217-
Renewal Bereavement Support Group, Au
gust 28, 6-7:30 p.m., FREE, Cancer Care Center of
Decatur – Education Classroom, 210 W. McKin
ley Ave. A bereavement support group for those
who have lost a loved one and have completed
the Growing Through Grief series. Register on
line at or call 217-



Recipe Corner
Recipe Corner

Recipe Corner: Overnight Blueberry French Toast

Overnight Blueberry French Toast
12 slices day-old bread, cut into 1-inch cubes
2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, cut into 1 inch cubes
1 cup fresh blueberries
12 eggs, beaten
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/3 cup maple syrup
1 cup white sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 cup water
1 cup fresh blueberries
1 tablespoon butter
Lightly grease a 9×13 inch baking dish. Arrange half the bread
cubes in the dish, and top with cream cheese cubes. Sprinkle 1 cup
blueberries over the cream cheese, and top with remaining bread
In a large bowl, mix the eggs, milk, vanilla extract, and syrup.
Pour over the bread cubes. Cover, and refrigerate overnight.
Remove the bread cube mixture from the refrigerator about 30
minutes before baking. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 de
grees C).
Cover, and bake 30 minutes. Uncover, and continue baking 25 to
30 minutes, until center is frm and surface is lightly browned.
In a medium saucepan, mix the sugar, cornstarch, and water.
Bring to a boil. Stirring constantly, cook 3 to 4 minutes. Mix in the
remaining 1 cup blueberries. Reduce heat, and simmer 10 minutes,
until the blueberries burst. Stir in the butter, and pour over the baked
French toast
White Pizza Grilled Cheese
2 tablespoons butter, softened, divided
1/4 small sweet onion, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon crushed rosemary
1/8 teaspoon onion powder
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder salt and ground black pepper to taste
2 thick slices Italian bread
1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 slice sharp American cheese
1 slice provolone cheese
Melt butter in a nonstick skillet over medium heat. Cook and stir
onion until starting to brown, about 5 minutes. Transfer to a plate.
Mix remaining 1 tablespoon butter, rosemary, onion powder, gar
lic powder, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Spread on one side of
each slice of bread.
Place 1 slice of bread buttered-side down in the skillet. Top with
onion, mozzarella cheese, American cheese, and provolone cheese.
Cover with second slice of bread, buttered-side up. Cook until gold
en brown, about 3 minutes. Flip with a spatula; cook until second
side is browned and cheeses are melted, about 3 minutes more.

Libraries in Moultrie County, Illinois


Elizabeth Titus Memorial

Elizabeth Titus Memorial Library – August 2017

Story Time: Every Wed. 10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
Book Club: August 24 at 1:00 pm.
Reading “Education of Dixie Dupree” by Katherine
TOPS: TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
meets every Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m.
DMV: There is no DMV scheduled for this
Monday, August 7: Summer
Reading Classes being this week. Grades K-2 is
9:00 – 10:00 am and grades 3-5 is 10:30 – 11:30 am.
Friday, August 11: Prize Fair for
Summer Reading from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The library now has a color
copier/printer for public use.

Lovington Public Library

Lovington Public Library – August 2017

New Books:
Adult Fiction:
“The Identicals” by Elin Hilderbrand, “The
Duchess” by Danielle Steel, “The Underground
River” Martha Conway, “Murder Games” by
James Patterson and Howard Roughan, “The
Child” by Fiona Barton, “The Silent Corner”
by Dean Koontz, “Dangerous Minds” by Janet
Evanovich, “Cocoa Beach” by Beatriz Williams,
“Seven Stones to Stand or Fall” by Diana Gab
aldon, “The Fourth Monkey” by J.D. Barker,
“Race Against Time” by Sharon Sala, “Dark Mat
ter” by Blake Crouch, “All the Missing Girls” by
Megan Miranda, “The Lightkeeper’s Daughter”
by Jean E. Pendziwol
Large Print Fiction Books:
“Wedding Cake Murder” by Joanne Fluke
Young Adult Non-Fiction Books:
“The Dangers of Methamphetamine” by Hal
Marcovitz, “The Dangers of Painkillers” by Peg
gy J. Parks, “The Dangers of Synthetic Drugs”
by Carla Mooney, “The Dangers of Heroin” by
John Allen, “The Dangers of Marijuana” by Carla
Junior High Fiction Books:
“Stink and the Attack of the Slime Mold” by
Megan McDonald, “Wonder Woman and the
Monsters of Myth” by Steve Korte, “Wonder
Woman and the Heroes of Myth” by Steve Korte,
“Wonder Woman and the Villains of Myth” by
Steve Korte, “Wonder Woman and the World of
Myth” by Steve Korte, “The Lizard of Oz” by
R.L. Stine, “Wonder Woman Amazon Warrior”
by Steve Korte
Juvenile Non-Fiction Books:
“Is Social Media Good for Society?” by Andrea
C. Nakaya, “Are Mobile Devices Harmful?” by
Susan Henneberg, “Are Video Games Harmful?”
by Andrea C. Nakaya, “Ghost Stories: Ghosts in
Hotels” by Lisa Owings, “Ghost Stories: Ghosts
in Cemeteries” by Lisa Owings, “Ghost Stories:
Ghosts in Mansions” by Lisa Owings, “Ghost Sto
ries: Ghosts at Sea” by Lisa Owings, “Ghost Sto
ries: Ghosts in the White House” by Lisa Owings,
“Ghost Stories: Ghosts in Battlefelds” by Lisa
Owings, “Ghost Stories: Ghosts in Palaces” by
Lisa Owings, “Ghost Stories: Ghosts in Prisons”
by Lisa Owings, “Do You Really Want to Meet a
Camel?” by Bridget Heos, “Do You Really Want
to Meet a Hippopotamus?” by Bridget Heos, “Do
You Really Want to Meet a Badger?” by Bridget
Heos, “Do You Really Want to Meet an Orca?”
by Bridget Heos, “Do You Really Want to Meet
a Wolf?” by Bridget Heos, “Do You Really Want
to Meet an Owl?” by Bridget Heos, “Storks” by
Kate Riggs, “Raccoons” by Kate Riggs, “Bighorn
Sheep” by Kate Riggs, “Falcons” by Kate Riggs,
“Meerkats” by Valerie Bodden, “Iguanas” Val
erie Bodden, “Crabs” Valerie Bodden, “Jellyfsh”
Valerie Bodden, “Building a Minecraft City” by
Sarah Guthals, PhD
Juvenile Biography:
“Helen Keller” by Kitson Jazynka
Juvenile Fiction Books:
“Hello Kitty’s Superterrifc Sleepover!” by
Mark McVeigh, “Amelia Bedelia Take the Cake”
by Herman Parish, “Little Puppy and the Big
Green Monster” by Mike Wohnoutka, “Pet
Charms: The Muddy Puppy” by Amy Edgar,
“Froggy’s Birthday Wish” by Jonathan London,
“Cars: Driven to Win!” by Liz Marsham, “Cars:
Back on Track” by Susan Amerikaner, “Captain
Underpants The First Epic Movie Offcial Hand
book” by Kate Howard, “The Frog Prince Saves
Sleeping Beauty” by Charlotte Guillain, “The
Elves Help Puss in Boots” by Paul Harrison, “Get
the Wiggles Out” by Jonathan Peale, “BINGO”
retold by Steven Anderson, “Clap Your Hands”
retold by Nicholas Ian
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”,
“A Dog’s Purpose”, “Rock Dog”
Memorial Books:
Humour books purchased by Doug and Nan
cy Wildman, in memory of Gene Newberry.
“Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids,” “Laugh-Out
Loud Christmas Jokes for Kids,” and “Laugh
Out-Loud Ultimate Jokes for Kids” by Rob Elliott.
August 2017 Activities:
Tuesday, August 1: Registration is open for
adult acrylic painting class with artist David
Zoberis. 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM, Tuesday, September
12. Subject: Koi Fish. Limited seating. $22 non-re
fundable fee due upon registration and includes
canvas and all other materials.
Tuesday, August 1: Reading Redbirds Book
Club for grades 4th-8th, from 3:45-4:45 PM.
Thursday, August 3: Intro to Google Drive.
Learn how to use Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more.
All ages. 10:30-11:30 AM.
Friday, August 4: Adult Coloring Club. 3:45-
4:45 PM.
Monday, August 7: “Knot Just Knitting” with
Jan Voss. Come to learn to knit or crochet or bring
any craft project to work on and chat. 10:30 – 11:30
Monday, August 7: SAT Prep/Practice Test.
5:30 – 7:30 PM.
Tuesday, August 8: LEGO Club, from 3:45-4:45
Tuesday, August 8: Last day to register for
Princess and Prince Tea Party. All ages.
Tuesday, August 8: Lovington Revitalization
Coalition meeting. Public welcome. 6:30 PM.
Thursday, August 10: Adult Book Club. Bring
a good book to talk about. 10:30-11:30 AM.
Friday, August 11: Last day to log books for
Summer Reading prizes.
Friday, August 11: Princess & Prince Tea.
Food, games, prizes, and fun. All ages welcome.
Noon – 2:00 PM.
Friday, August 11: Adult Coloring Club. 3:45-
4:45 PM.
Monday, August 14: “Knot Just Knitting”
with Jan Voss. Come to learn to knit or crochet
or bring any craft project to work on and chat.
10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Monday, August 14: Registration is open for
our “Adult Sign Painting Party” with Life Ex
pressions Decor’s Heather Seckor. $20 fee due
upon registration. Youth may register if they are
attending with an adult who is also signed up for
the workshop. The party will be held on Monday,
October 23, 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
Tuesday, August 15: Reading Redbirds Book
Club for grades 4th-8th, from 3:45-4:45 PM.
Friday, August 18: Adult Coloring Club. 3:45-
4:45 PM.
Monday, August 21: “Knot Just Knitting”
with Jan Voss. Come to learn to knit or crochet
or bring any craft project to work on and chat.
10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Monday, August 21: Youth Coloring and
Drawing Club: Anime Faces. Come in to color or
to learn how to draw anime characters.. 5:00-7:30
Tuesday, August 22: Library Board Meeting.
Public welcome to attend. Meeting starts at 6:30
Friday, August 25: FREE Blood Pressure
Checks with the Moultrie County Health De
partment from 12:45-1:15 PM.
Friday, August 25: Adult White Elephant
BINGO. Bring a small White Elephant Prize!
1:00-3:00 PM.
Friday, August 25: Adult Coloring Club. 3:45-
4:45 PM.
Monday, August 28: “Knot Just Knitting”
with Jan Voss. Come to learn to knit or crochet
or bring any craft project to work on and chat.
10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Tuesday, August 29: Hour of Code: Box Is
land! Play a video game to learn coding basics.
Ages 6 – adult, from 3:45-4:45 PM.

Marrowbone Public Library

Marrowbone Public Library – August 2017

• Pre School Story Hour for 3-5 year-olds will
begin September 15 at 11:00am on Thursdays
• Library Coffee Hour is every Thursday at
New to the library:
“Beautiful Tempest” by Johanna Lindsey,
“Beloved Hope” by Tracie Peterson, “Beneath
Copper Falls” by Colleen Coble, “Caramel
Crush” by Jenn McKinlay, “Colter’s Journey” by
William W. Johnstone, “Come Sundown” by
Nora Roberts, “Camino Island” by John Grisham,
“Dangerous Minds” by Janet Evanovich, “Death
of a Bachelorette” by Laura Levine, “Dis mem
ber and Other Stories of Mystery and Suspense”
by Joyce Carol Oates, “The Duchess” by Danielle
Steel, “Dying Breath” by Heather Graham,
“Egypt’s Sister” by Angela Hunt, “Endgame” by
Bill Pronzini, “The Frozen Hours” by Jeff Shaara,
“A Game of Ghosts” by John Connolly, “Gladden
the Heart” by Olivia Newport, “Gwendy’s
Button Box” by Stephen King & Richard Chizmar,
“His Guilt” by Shelley Shepard Gray, “A Hiss
Before Dying” by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie
Brown, “House of Spies” by Daniel Silva,
“Indecent Exposure” by Stuart Woods, “The
Jensen Brand” by William W. Johnstone with J.A.
Johnstone, “Just a Little Christmas” by Janet
Dailey, “The Kerrigans, a Texas Dynasty : Hate
Thy Neighbor” by William W. Johnstone with
J.A. Johnstone, “Kiss Carlo” by Adriana Trigiani,
“The Legacy” by Michael Phillips, “Love Story”
by Karen Kingsbury, “A Matter of Trust” by
Susan May Warren, “Murder Games” by James
Patterson and Howard Roughan, “My Daughter’s
Legacy” by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie
Gould, “Nighthawk” by Clive Cussler,
“Northwest Angle” by William Kent Krueger,
“Once a Rebel by Mary Jo Putney, “Powder
Burn” by William W. Johnstone with J.A.
Johnstone, “The Return by Suzanne Woods
Fisher, “The Silent Corner” by Dean Koontz,
“Some Kind of Hero” by Suzanne Brockmann,
“The Swallow’s Nest” by Emilie Richards, “Take
Out” by Margaret Maron, “Tamarack County”
William Kent Krueger, “The Thirst” by Jo Nesbo,
“Trickster’s Point” by William Kent Krueger,
“Two Nights” by Kathy Reichs, “The Ultimatum”
by Karen Robards, “Under a Summer Sky” by
Melody Carlson, “Use of Force” by Brad Thor,
“Vicious Circle” by C. J. Box, “Wired” by Julie
Garwood, “You Will Pay” by Lisa Jackson
“Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Civil
War” by David Fisher, “Louisiana: the Pelican
State” by John Hamilton, “The Operator: Firing
the Shots That Killed Osama Bin Laden and My
Years as a SEAL Team Warrior” by Robert O’Neill
Large Print:
“Camino Island” by John Grisham, “Come
Sundown” by Nora Roberts, “Dangerous Minds”
by Janet Evanovich, “The Duchess” by Danielle
Steel, “Indecent Exposure” by Stuart Woods,
“The Late Show” by Michael Connelly, “Love
Story” by Karen Kingsbury, “Murder Games” by
James Patterson and Howard Roughan,
“Nighthawk” by Clive Cussler and Graham
Brown, “The Silent Corner” by Dean Koontz,
“The Sunshine Sisters” by Jane Green, “Wired” by
Julie Garwood
“16th Seduction” by James Patterson, “Against
All Odds” by Danielle Steel, “All By Myself,
Alone” by Mary Higgins Clark, “Anything Is
Possible” by Elizabeth Strout, “Black Book” by
James Patterson, “Fallout” by Sara Paretsky, “Fast
& Loose” by Stuart Woods, “The Fix” by David
Baldacci, “Golden Prey” by John Sandford, “Into
the Water” by Paula Hawkins, “Little White Lies
(Robert B. Parker’s)” by Ace Atkins, “Since We
Fell” by Dennis Lehane, “The Stars Are Fire” by
Anita Shreve, “The Women In the Castle” by
Jessica Shattuck
“Barbie Spy Squad” adapted by Molly
McGuire Woods, “Barbie Star Light Adventure :
Space Princess”, “The Legend of Rock Paper
Scissors” by Drew Daywalt, “Lego Star Wars :
The Force Awaken” by David Fentiman, “Middle
School Mayhem” by Rachel Renee Russell,
“Penguin Problems” by Jory John, “Scooby-Doo!:
“Bake-Off Mayhem by Lee Howard, “Battle of
the Snowb”oarders” by Sonia Sander, “Big Catch”
by Sonia Sander, “The Coolsville Contraption
Contest” by Annie Auerbach, “Giddy Up,
Scooby-Doo” by Lee Howard, “The Lighthouse
Mystery” by Gail Herman, “Locker Hero” by
Rachel Renee Russell, “Monkey See Monkey
Doo” by Lee Howard, “The Mystery Mansion”
by Annie Auerbach, “Raging River Adventure”
by Sonia Sander, “Shiver Me Timbers” by Sonia
Sander, “Sleepaway Camp” by Sonia Sander,
“The Snow Monster Mystery” by Lee Howard,
“Steals the Dog Show” by Sonia Sander, “Up, Up,
and Away!” by Gail Herman, “Steve and the
Legend of Slenderman : a Minecraft Story”,
“Winnie the Mini Horse” by Andra Ebert and
Morgan Ebert, “Wonder Woman : a Hero For All”
by Liz Marsham, “Wonder Woman : Warrior For
Justice” by Liz Marsham
“This Is Not a Test” by Tobymac
“Barbie Video Game Hero”, “Disney Beauty
and the Beast” (2017), “Hidden Figures”,
“Pokemon the Movie : Volcanion and the
Mechanical Marvel”, “The Shack”, “Sharknado :
the 4th Awakens”

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Mid Illinois Senior Services

Mid-Illinois Senior Services – August 2017

August 1st: 8:30 Coffee & Donuts, 12:30 Quilters, 1:00 Adult Col
2nd: 11:30 Peace Meal Soup & Salad Bar, 1:00 Wii Bowling
3rd: 12:00 Birthday Party, 12:30 Hand & Foot
4th: 1:00 Pool Tourney
7th: 11:30 Peace Meal
8th: 8:30 Coffee & Donuts, 12:30 Quilters, 12:30-2:00 Diabetic
Shoe Clinic
9th: 8:30 Free Breakfast Provided by Eastview Terrace, 8:30 Com
munity Home Care Blood Pressure Checks, 10:00 Care Giver Sup
port Group, 1:00 Wii Bowling
10th: 12:30 Hand & Foot
11th: 1:00 Pool Tourney, 1:00 Ice Cream Social Provided by Mason
14th: 11:30 Peace Meal
15th: 8:30 Coffee & Donuts, 11:30 Senior Club Potluck
16th: 1:00 Wii Bowling
17th: 8:00 Peace Meal Breakfast, 8:30 SBLHC BP Checks, 9:00
SBLHC BINGO, 12:30 Hand & Foot
18th: 11:30 Free Luncheon Provided by Mason Point, 1:00 Pool
21st: 1:00 BINGO w/Leeanna from Mason Point
22nd: 8:30 Coffee & Donuts, 12:30 Quilters, 1:00 Community
Home Care BINGO
23rd: 1:00 Wii Bowling
24th: 11:30 Peace Meal Potluck
12:30 Hand & Foot
25th: Pool Tourney
28th: 1:00 Wit Fitness
29th: 8:30 Coffee & Donuts, 12:30 Quilters
30th: 10:00 Grandparents raising Grandkids Support Group, 1:00
Wii Bowling

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SBL Community Calendar

SBL Calendar of Events – Feb 2016

Parent 2 Parent Support Group for Expectant
and New Parents
6 p.m. Tuesday, February 2, in the Lumpkin
Family Center for Health Education at Sarah Bush
Lincoln. A free service offering information, dis
cussion and support about becoming a parent. For
location of meetings contact Pam Hood at 217-
Pathways Through Grief : 7 p.m. Wednesday,
February 3, in the Lumpkin Family Center for
Health Education at Sarah Bush Lincoln. Open to
anyone who has lost a loved one. For more infor
mation, contact Lincolnland Hospice at 1-800-454-
Cancer Support Group: 10 a.m. Monday, Feb
ruary 8, in the Lumpkin Family Center for Health
Education at Sarah Bush Lincoln. This group is
open to anyone dealing with cancer. Open to fam
ily members of patient as well. For more informa
tion, contact Bob Clapp at 217-232-2537.
Hopeful Horizons: 1-2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb
ruary 18 at Sarah Bush Lincoln, Prairie Pavilion 2
in the SBL Hospice conference room. A grief and
education support group open to anyone seeking
support through the bereavement process. For
more information call 1-800-454-4055.
AdvantAge 50 Trip Kickoff Party: 1 p.m.
Wednesday, February 24, in the Lumpkin Family
Center for Health Education at Sarah Bush Lin
coln. Trips SBL AdvantAge50 is offering in the up
coming year. RSVP by calling 217-258- or 348-2422
or email
Ostomy Support Group: Evening meetings
four times a year in Mattoon and Effigham. For
dates, times and locations, call Ramona Toms
hack, R.N. at 217-258-4112 or Christa Schulte at
Living with Diabetes: 2:30 or 3:30 p.m. every
Tuesday and Thursday in METS at Sarah Bush
Lincoln. A multidisciplinary class which will focus
on key aspects of diabetes care such as exercise,
diet, monitoring and management, medications
and complications of diabetes. For more informa
tion call Paula Enstrom, RN, at 217- 238-4808 or
Cindy Foster, RD, at 217-258-2199.
Healthy Directions: 6:30 p.m. every Thursday
in the Lumpkin Family Center for Health Edu
cation at Sarah Bush Lincoln. A six-month com
munity weight-management program which is
supported in part by WomenConnected, a giving
circle within Sarah Bush Lincoln. For more infor
mation call Denise Bloemer, RD, at 217-258-2199.
Pulmonary Rehab: 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. or 1:30
p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in METS at Sar
ah Bush Lincoln. Classes are focused on patients
with COPD, pulmonary firosis and other respira
tory conditions. Exercise and education are incor
porated to improve quality of life and provide bet
ter health for performing activities of daily living
more effiiently. For more information call Cathy
Matheny, RRT, at 217-238-4973.