The Roots’N’Que audience practiced good social distancing during the musical performances at Merchants Park.
The Sweet Tea and Jesus booth attracts a line of eager customers at the event on Saturday. The 2020 edition of Wabash Roots’N’Que may have been delayed, but organizers were able to pull the event off despite the pandemic by following safety protocols. Mayor Joe Judge said that the event seem…
CARMI — The Wabash Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrate the 233rd anniversary of the U.S. Constitution during Constitution Week September 17-23.
URBANA — The Soybean Innovation Lab at the University of Illinois has been selected by United States Agency for International Development to lead a new $1 million project — Innovation to Impact (i2i), as part of Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative.
NEWTON — Sarah Bush Lincoln’s Mobile Mammography Services van helps provide mammograms to women who may not otherwise have access to, or be able to afford these life-saving preventive screens. Women who qualify will receive their mammogram free.
ALBION — Edwards County “Paint Out” has gone Virtual for 2020, but paintings from some of the top Plein Air artists in the country will be available for viewing and purchase at the upcoming art show and sale.
EFFINGHAM — HSHS Medical Group offers COVID-19 testing at select drive-thru sites until further notice. Registration through MyChart is required for testing.
MOUNT CARMEL — Illinois Eastern Community Colleges offer concealed carry courses at Wabash Valley College’s Advanced Technology Center Thursday and Friday nights, Sept. 24 and 25, from 6 -10 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 26, from 8 a.m. — 4 p.m. Jay Carter is the instructor.
Prayer march in Carmi SaturdayCARMI — A prayer march begins at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Carmi Public Library gazebo, with participants marching at their leisure in prayer eastward along Main Street to these prayer stations:
HARRISBURG — SIC is busy again with multiple events planned over the next two months. Masks are required on campus indoors, and for those outside who cannot distance 12 feet apart or more.
MOUNT CARMEL — A nasty storm in Hamerin County will not stop a group of women from playing their beloved game of bingo in the laugh-riot production of “Bingo: The Winning Musical.”