Many thanks to the community of Princeton for their generous donations during our poppy weekend on May 24 and 25. We deeply appreciate your support for the American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary and our veterans.
PRINCETON — The comedy “Completely Hollywood (abridged)” will open the 10th season of Festival 56 at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Grace Center for Performing Arts, 316 S. Main St., Princeton.
PRINCETON — Eight members of American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary Unit 125 of Princeton packed 31 treat sacks for the veterans in four local nursing homes on May 8 at the Legion home.
Princeton Lions' Jim Argo and Carl Orloff present two $750 scholarships to Princeton High School students Kate Morrow and Kathryn Krieger. The scholarships were presented during the May 20 awards banquet at PHS.
Members of the Hall High School Class of 1948 gather May 18 at The Maples in Peru to celebrate their 65-year reunion. Pictured (front row, from left) are Dorothy Barto Maurer, Thresa Perona Brolley, Jean Ernat Current and Mary McCauley Kuebel; and (back row) Bob Manahan, Dorothy Davis Meek, George Galetti, Elma Dean Gaull, Virginia Grivetti Joerger, Mary Harmstrom Klopcic, Helen Hoffert Pellegrini and Mary Jane Troglio Kerulis. Attending, but not pictured, was Frank Mattioda.
Retired Neponset teachers rode on a float last weekend during the Neponset Picnic Day event. A variety of other fun-filled activities were held aside from the parade — all meant for area residents to chat, reminisce and have a good time. Marty Golby contributed this photo.
PRINCETON — The Princeton Public Library will host Jason Kollum’s Rock n’ Roll Variety Juggling Show at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
BRADFORD — The fourth annual Chief William T "Bill" Bauer Scholarship Benefit will be June 22 on Main Street in Bradford.
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois State Police (ISP) and the American Legion have announced plans for the 41st annual American Legion Youth Police Camp (ALYPC) to be at the Illinois National Guard Academy located at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, from June 23 to 28.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Kirk B. Stabler, the son of Kenneth and Eloise Stabler of Princeton, was promoted to full bird colonel on March 29 in Montgomery, Ala., after attending school there for 10 months. He is a graduate of Princeton High School.
Barry Glinski and Nino Degregorio, both of Princeton, admire one of the cars at last Friday night’s cruise-in held at Grandma Rosie’s in Princeton.
Shoppers young and old, from far and near, can fill their shopping bags this weekend during the eighth annual More on 34 garage sale. Hundreds of vendors will sell their treasures, crafts, antiques, household furnishings, collectibles and other items during the two-day event which begins Friday morning and continues through Saturday.
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