1 Machine Quilted Quilt – Lucille Herzing 2 $100 Cash – Stella Pedtke 3 $50 Cash – Delores Rulevish 4 $25 Cash – Loretta Pittaluga 5 $30 Cash – Karen Piotrowski 6 $20 Cash George Bock 7 $25 Cash – Mary Kujawa 8 $50 Cash – Mark Waier 9 $25 Cash – Louise Malawy 10
The Jacob and Carrie Sinn Reunion was held on March 18, 2018 at the New Athens Community Center. A potluck dinner was followed by picture taking and visiting. This year’s committee were Shelia and Rodney Triefenbach, Bill Sinn and Mary Moss. Those attending were: Esther Shubert Family—Robert and Phyllis Shubert, Tommy & Mary Moss, Andrew
Craig Suedmeyer, Marilyn Suedmeyer, Lydia Ellis, Ann Schnitker, Janis Niermann. Hoyleton – April 11, 2018 Patricia Rensing email@example.com Past District Governor Lydia Ellis traveled to Hoyleton for the installation of new Lion members Ann Schnitker and Marilyn Suedmeyer. Sponsoring Ann and Marilyn are Janis Niermann and Craig Suedmyer respectively. Ann and Marilyn proudly join the
FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Dillon Herrmann, Emily Wisley, Callie McClay, Holli Fullerton, Emily Stern and Chloe Pelka. MIDDLE ROW, Riley Bergmann, Logan Donoho, Carli Hoffman, Todd Jahnke, Alex Johannes and Andrew Brown. BACK ROW, Austin Schorfheide, Kyler Klingenberg, Zach Williamson, Cole Herrmann, Kyle Lamczyk and Tabor Kozuszek. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Nineteen members of
NCHS Junior and life-long dancer Hillary Zgonina will compete in the finals of the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition on April 28 at the Fox Theater. By Alex Haglund NCHS Junior and long-time dance student (and now, instructor) Hillary Zgonina has advanced to the finals in the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, sponsored by the
New Eagle Scouts Cole Herrmann and Blake Melton, both of Hoyleton, with Troop 127 ASM Chuck Newby. Two Troop 127 Boy Scouts Attain Scouting’s Top Rank Cole Herrmann and Blake Melton, both from Hoyleton, each advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout at a recent Court of Honor Ceremony held at The Studio in Nashville.
ABOVE: Fourth Row: Mrs. Pytlinski, Andrew Gollaher, Brady Meyer, Garrett Williamson, Roman Reams, Tanner Brooks, Bryson McCleary, Seth Henderson, Reese Rowell, Zane Fletcher. Third Row: Axton Brehm, Chris Johns, Xander Harvey, Zoe Lopez, Madison Haege, Kyle Johns, Abriel Habeck, Hailee Grzegorek. Second Row: Jill Kuhl, Trent Browne, Noah Frederking, Kyle Hiedel, Carson Cook, Jordan Schuette,
Older students at St. Ann School (5th-8th graders), under the guidance of teacher Janice Gaubatz have been working towards different “Works of Mercy” through the school year. St. Ann School March Works Of Mercy: Clothing The Homeless Older students at St. Ann School (5th-8th graders), under the guidance of teacher Janice Gaubatz have been working
Front Row: Hanna Niedbalski, Lynsey Kujawa, Ryan Stiegman, Ella Jones. Second Row: Rev. James Miller, Grace Buescher, Brandon Kujawa, Halle Rueter, Rev. Aaron Kotila.
Tony Gosling of Associated Wholesale Grocers, Amanda Fox of the Extension Service; and Brian Rusiewski of Country Mart Supermarket. (Not pictured is Kathy Nordike of Admiral Parkway, Inc., parent company of Country Mart Supermarkets.) A trailer of non-perishable food was recently donated to the U of I Extension Service by the New Country Mart Supermarket