PRINCETON — The Princeton Lions Club invites Bureau County businesses, clubs and organizations to enter a float or unit in the Princeton Christmas parade.
PRINCETON — The Perry Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Tree of Lights committee kicked off its annual campaign at the Auxiliary Candy Cane event earlier this month.
PRINCETON — The Prairie Arts Council has added a two events to the mine-Christmas Tree Festival lineup.
LASALLE — The LaSalle Public Library will host Hugo Kringle at 11 a.m. Dec. 7. Hugo will sing and play Christmas songs and tell Christmas stories. He will also tell tales of his brother, Kris.
You can just about taste it now.
Desserts are always a great way to end a perfect day. With Christmas coming up, you always have extra company in for coffee and dessert, so now’s the time to come up with some different recipes to try.
PRINCETON — Today, Thursday, Dec. 5, the PHS Book Club “Tigers Read” meets during school lunch hours and will discuss “Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares” by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan.
OGLESBY — The IVCC Jazz Ensemble will perform its winter concert at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Dec. 3, in the cultural center under the direction of Tim Karth. A variety of jazz and big band songs will be played. Todd Kelley from Bradley University will be the guest artist. Admission is free.
The students and staff of Logan Junior High School held a PJ Day Nov. 27. Students and staff could donate $1 or more for the privilege of being able to wear their pajamas to school. The school donated $405 to the people of Washington.
PRINCETON — The Bureau County Chorus will present Songs of the Seasons, a concert of sacred and popular holiday music at 2 p.m. Dec. 15 in the St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church sanctuary, 416 E. Dover Road, Princeton.
PRINCETON — Seven ladies of American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary Unit 125 of Princeton filled 34 treat sacks for the local veterans in four nursing homes on Nov. 6.
PRINCETON — The Princeton Lions Club, with the help of other community organizations, will host a day of Christmas events for kids and families on Saturday.
Steve Danielson of Princeton (second from right) shares a story about his father, Joe Danielson, with Mary Gross (from left), retired IVCC Adult Education director; Jerry Corcoran, Illinois Valley Community College president; and Chips Giovanine, retired Bureau County GED administrator. Danielson recently donated $1,000 to Illinois Valley Community College’s I-READ Adult Literacy Program in honor of his father’s achievements, which included passing the GED test when he was 86 years old.
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