January 22, 2015

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Game night
   Join the fun Saturday at the Fairmount Fire Station for Game Night from 6-9 p.m. Cards, dice and board games will be available or you can bring your own game to play. No video games or gambling, please.
Bring your own drinks and snacks (no alcohol) and free popcorn and lemonade will also be available. All children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The event is free.

Dave Stone sworn in as Vermilion County Recorder

Sidell Township approves tree cutting bid

Sidell Village Board sets committees

Indianola Board seeks attorney donation

Jamaica Unit 12 Board of Ed meets

Registration and voting aids for elderly and handicapped

FIRE Revival
   Sidell Assembly will be hosting its annual FIRE Revival Conference Jan. 30 and 31 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Chance benefit
   A live auction fundraiser to benefit Chance Kistler will be held Sat., Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. at The Riggle, 400 Lyons Rd., Westville.

Hume benefit
   A spaghetti dinner benefit for Chris Hume of Oakwood will be held Sat., Jan. 31 at the Fairmount Fire Station starting at 4 p.m.

  Check out the photo of the Indianola Grade School students in 1964. How many of these students do YOU know! ONlY in this week’s Sidell Reporter.

  Deb Miller admits her love of Eggs Benedict in this week’s recipe column only in the Sidell Reporter.

  Have you got a home remedy that works? Suzanne Woodard looks at home remedies and boy does her story smell of onions! Read it ONLY in this week’s Sidell Reporter.

  We need to know your tried and true Myths. We want to follow up this next week with some tried and true myths that you use that work. Whether it is to cure an ailment or make your sinks flow, send your proven ideas to editor@thesidellreporter.com by Tuesday, 2 p.m. (Jan. 27).

 

Births
Justin and Tamisha (Wolfe) Corbin of Indianola are proud parents of a baby girl, Emmalynn Rosalea Corbin, born Jan. 18, 2015.

 

Sports

Girls win first two games in County. Will play for championship Friday night, 8 p.m.
Boys win first two games in County. Face Bismarck on Thursday night.


Classifieds

FOR SALE— Star Spangled Recipes cookbook — 545 recipes and 37 pages honoring local veterans are included. $17.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Veteran’s War Memorial. Mail c/o Sidell Reporter, P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Proceeds from the book support the upkeep of Sidell Veteran’s War Memorial Board.


FOR SALE—GREAT FOR JAMAICA ALUMNI—“A Look Back At 39 Years of Cardinal Pride.” 40 pages covering Jamaica sports from 1955-1995. Lots of pictures, stats and memories from fans and athletes. $12.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Reporter. Mail to P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Click here to order.
   “The 50th Anniversary of Jamaica High School – 1955-2006” commemorative issue. 32 pages with over 100 photos depicting the first 50 years of Jamaica High School. Includes a list of all graduates and teachers. $12.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Reporter. Mail to P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Click here to order

 

 

 

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