Mayor Rod Davies & Ken Helms – City of Monmouth – 12/4/18

Mayor Rod Davies and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms, summarize the recent City Council Meeting. Items on the agenda were service anniversary for Brian Morefield, the Monmouth Fire Department report, and the approval of the liability and workman’s comp insurance.

Todd DeDecker – Bishop Hill Heritage Association – 12/4/18

Administrator for the Bishop Hill Heritage Association Todd DeDecker, highlights the upcoming events for the Lucia Nights happening this Friday December 7th and Saturday December 8th from 6 to 9pm in Bishop Hill. For more information, visit http://bishophillheritage.org.

Kevin Ferry – Monmouth-Roseville Madrigal Dinner – 11/29/18

Chorus Director Kevin Ferry discusses the upcoming Madrigal Dinner taking place this weekend (November 30 – December 2nd) at Monmouth-Roseville High School. Friday and Saturday’s show will be at 7pm and then again at 2pm on Sunday. Tickets are $17 and can be purchased through the high school in person or by calling 734-5118.

Rod Davies, Lew Steinbrecher, & Ken Helms – City of Monmouth – 11/20/18

Mayor Rod Davies, City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher, and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms discuss the recent city council meeting. Topics include the recognition of 12 employees for their service, curbside recycling pricing, term sheet for Love’s Travel Stop Development project, and the tax levy. To view the entire council minutes, visit http://www.cityofmonmouth.com.

Joe Buresh – Costa Catholic Academy – 11/19/18

Principle Joe Buresh highlights on their 12 Days of Christmas fundraiser. They have teamed up with Yemm Automotive Group in Galesburg to bring 12 days of cash prizes and the chance of winning a grand prize of a car or $18,000 cash on December 21st. For more information, visit http://www.costa-galesburg.net.

Jana Cozadd & Dr. Jennifer Reed – Eagle View – 11/15/18

Jana Cozadd and Dr. Jennifer Reed discuss their upcoming 2nd Annual Health and Wellness Seminar on Saturday November 17th from 1 to 3pm at First Christian Church, 514 N Sunny Lane in Monmouth. Call Jana Cozadd at 309-867-2202 to reserve your seat today. The event is free and open to the public.

Doug Rankin, Miles Rose, Billy Savage, & Terry Harris – ‘Almost, Maine’ – 11/13/18

Professor Doug Rankin and Monmouth College students Miles Rose, Billy Savage, and Terry Harris discuss the upcoming production of ‘Almost, Maine’ being staged by the Monmouth College Theatre Department at the Fusion Theatre in Downtown Monmouth. The production will be show at 7:30 pm on Thursday November 15 through Saturday November 17th and Sunday November 18th the play will be at 2pm.

Matt Maguire – Galesburg Elks Lodge Children Care Corperation – 11/9/18

Matt Maguire highlights the 90th Elks Lodge Children’s Care Ball at Harley’s Pub, 2243 Grand Avenue in Galesburg, Saturday November 10th at 8pm. The event is to help raise money for families with medical expenses. Eternity Road will provide entertainment.

Marty Thurman, Karen Wingate, & Bev McIntire – Roseville Christian Church – 11/8/18

Members Marty Thurman, Karen Wingate, and Bev McIntire discuss their upcoming Veteran’s Day service at Roseville Christian Church, 215 West Broadway in Roseville, on Sunday November 11th at 9:30 am. Members of the congregation and prior military will be available to share about many items on display.

Sean Cavanugh & Cathy Eshelman – Warren Achivement Center – 11/8/18

Marketing Coordinator Sean Cavanaugh and Administrator Cathy Eshelman highlight their upcoming 39th annual Craft and Home Show on Saturday November 17th from 9 am until 3 pm. The craft show will be held at the VFW and the home shoe will be at the Farm Bureau Building in Monmouth. Admission is only $1, which gets you into both shows.

Carrie Bewley – Stone-Hayes Center for Independent Living – 11/7/18

Independent Living Advocate Carrie Bewley reports on the next upcoming town meeting to be held in Warren County on Tuesday November 13th from noon until 2 pm at the First Christian Church, 514 N Sunny Lane in Monmouth. Bewley also discusses on the need of Personal Assistants.

Lew Steinbrecher & Ken Helms – City of Monmouth – 11/6/18

City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms highlight items discussed at the city council meeting earlier this week. Items discussed were the completion of a mass emergency notification system, a utility tax, and the city’s intent to designate a business district on West 11th Avenue and US Highway 67, which would allow the construction of a Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc.

Ken Helms & Andy Jackson – City of Monmouth – 10/30/18

Ken Helms, Director of Information Technology, and Andy Jackson, Public Works Director, discuss the water main break that occurred in Monmouth and the boil order that took place. Stay up to date on the City of Monmouth Facebook page.

 

Jeanne Robeson & Mollie Harrod – Wiswell-Robeson Lecture – 10/29/18

Jeanne Robeson, a Monmouth College alum, and Mollie Harrod, Associate Development Officer at Monmouth College, discuss the upcoming Wiswell-Robeson lecture, featuring Kimberlee K. Kidwell, Dean of the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. The event will be Monday November 12th at 7pm in Dahl Chapel. The event is free and open to the public.

Vicki Rose & Jo Wallace – Bridgeway/Drug Takeback Event – 10/25/18

Vicki Rose, Director of Outpatient and Support Services, and Jo Wallace, Prevention Specialist, discuss programs at Bridgeway and their upcoming Drug Takeback Event on Saturday October 27th at the Galesburg Farmer’s Market from 9 am until noon. For more information, log onto bway.org.

Lori Sutton & Shannon Miller – Eagle View Community Health Systems – 10/23/18

Executive Director Lori Sutton and Registered Dental Hygienist Shannon Miller discuss their upcoming fundraising events, including the 8th Annual Halloween Hustle 5K on Saturday October 27th at 9 am and a Trivia Night on Saturday November 10th.

Erica Parks – Center for Youth and Family Solutions – 10/19/18

Erica Parks, Youth Family and Community Outreach Supervisor, highlights the upcoming Trivia Night on Saturday November 3rd at McGuire and Davies Funeral Home in Monmouth for the Center for Youth and Family Solutions. All proceeds will help to benefit their annual Holiday Party for kids in foster care. For more information, log onto cyfsolutions.org.

Mary Mowen – Breast Cancer Awareness – 10/19/18

Director of Diagnostic Imaging at OSF Holy Family Medical Center Mary Mowen discusses the importance of getting yearly mammogram screens, highlights on future technology, and their upcoming Open House on Wednesday October 24th from 5 to 7 pm. Call 734-1446 to schedule your appointment today. Walk-Ins welcomed on Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 4 pm.

Lori Taylor – Bob’s TV & Home Furnishings – 10/18/18

Owner of Bob’s TV and Home Furnishings Lori Taylor highlights the upcoming open house on October 22nd and 23rd. Hours will be extended those two days, being open 8 am until 8 pm. For more information, check them out on Facebook.

Stacey Dutton, Don Farr, Joe Pilger, & Pat Coate – Power in Purple – 10/18/19

Senior Community Manager at the American Cancer Society Stacey Dutton, Monmouth-Roseville Junior High Principal Don Farr, Lincoln Elementary Principal Joe Pilger, and United West Elementary Principal Pat Coate share their involvement in the Power in Purple campaign during the month of October.

Chris Schwarz & Stacey Dutton – Power in Purple – 10/17/18

United Junior High Principal Chris Schwarz and Senior Community Manager for the American Cancer Society Stacey Dutton discuss the upcoming Power in Purple day on Friday October 19th. Schwarz also shares his involvement in the Power in Purple event to help raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society.

Christopher Stanichar – Knox-Galesburg Symphony – 10/17/18

Guest Conductor Christopher Stanichar highlights the upcoming “America the Beautiful” masterpiece that will be on Saturday October 20th at 7:30pm at the Orpheum Theater in Galesburg. For more information or to purchase tickets, log onto http://kgsymphony.org.

Bryan Leudtke – Bunker Links Golf Course – 10/16/18

Recreation Supervisor and Golf Pro Bryan Leudtke discusses that fall rates are going on now at the course, which will be open until December 15th. Leudtke also shares on their relationship with Gibson Woods and how members can golf at other courses for a discounted rate.

Rod Davies, Lew Steinbrecher, & Ken Helms – City of Monmouth – 10/16/18

Mayor Rod Davies, City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher, and Director of Information Technology Ken Helms highlight the items discussed at the Monmouth City Council meeting this week. To view the full summary, log onto cityofmonmouth.com.

Paula Markey, Kathy Lafary, & Stacey Dutton – Power in Purple – 10/15/18

Senior Community Manager at the American Cancer Society Stacey Dutton shares what the Power in Purple event is all about in Warren and Henderson Counties. Paula Markey and Kathy Lafary share on their efforts for raising money for the event as being two of the six ambassadors for this year’s competition.

Amanda Pilgar & Jeff Ewing – Blingo – 10/12/18

Co-President of the Monmouth-Roseville Education Foundation Amanda Pilgar and Harding Principal Jeff Ewing discuss their upcoming Blingo event to take place Saturday October 13th at the VFW in Monmouth. They also discuss a new program at Lincoln, Harding, and Central schools called ‘Watch Dogs’.

Ashley German – Family Planning Services – 10/11/18

Executive Director of Family Planning Services of Western Illinois Ashley German, highlights what their program is all about, involving confidential, low-cost, preventative health care to males and females to help with their sexual health and reproductive health needs. For more information, visit familyplanningservice.net or call 309-343-6162.

Ken Springer – Knox County Area Partnership for Economic Development – 10/8/18

President Ken Springer discusses the upcoming Manufacturing Showcase at Galesburg and Knoxville High School’s being put on by the Knox County Area Partnership for Economic Development on Tuesday October 30th. For more information, call 309-343-1194.

Stan Jenks & Jeannie Webber – Maple Leaf Community Concert Series – 10/5/18

Stan Jenks and Jeannie Webber discuss the Maple Leaf Community Concert Series, which kicks off on November 1st with Tapestry. The series will take place in Dahl Chapel at 7pm. Season concert tickets are $70 or $30 per concert. Tickets can be purchased online, at the Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce, or at the door on the night of the event. For more information, visit https://mapleleafccs.com/.

Casey Rexroat – Monmouth Fire Department – 10/4/18

Monmouth Fire Chief Casey Rexroat discusses National Fire Prevention Week, October 8th through the 14th. Rexroat also shares tips on preventing fires while using space heaters and fireplaces, being aware of using candles and decorations, and the leaf burning policy in Monmouth.

Beth Reedy – Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement – 10/4/18

Beth Reedy is a 1974 graduate of Yorkwood High School and resides in Monmouth. She discusses teachers who inspired her, her teaching days, and what she is up to today. Reedy will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award at the ceremony on October 6th in the Warren County History Museum at 10 am.

Tammy Wolbers – Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement – 10/3/18

Tammy Wolbers, a 1997 Monmouth High School graduate, is one of three highly accomplished individuals being inducted into the Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement. Wolbers shares about her time in high school, teachers who inspired her, and what she is up to today. The ceremony will take place on Saturday October 6th at 10 am in the Warren County History Museum.

Jill Miller Denning – Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement – 10/3/18

Jill Miller Denning, a 1989 Monmouth High School graduate, is one of three highly accomplished individuals being inducted into the Monmouth-Roseville Hall of Achievement. Ms. Denning shares about her time in high school, teachers who inspired her, and what she is up to today. The ceremony will take place on Saturday October 6th at 10 am in the Warren County History Museum.