2012 Blue Mound Fall Festival Booklet

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The 2012 Blue Mound Fall Festival will take place in Wise Park on August 9, 10 and 11. Join us for food, bingo, stage shows, music and friends!

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2012 Blue Mound Fall Festival Booklet

  1. 1. 2012 Fall Festival Grand MarshalsOur Area Churches for their presence, leadership and participation inour community. They are represented by their respective pastors.BLUE MOUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCHis located on the corner of Collegeand Lincoln Streets in Blue Mound.This church was formed around1870. The Reverend Randy Myersbegan as pastor of this church inJuly of this year.ZION CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHis located one mile west of Boody.This church was formed in 1855.The Reverend Sally Hamon hasbeen the pastor since 2005.FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF BLUE MOUNDis located on the corner of Lewisand Seiberling streets in BlueMound. This church was formed in1860. The Reverend Doctor EllenMoma has been the pastor since1998.MERIDIAN CHURCH OF GODis located on the corner of Lewisand Burgees streets in Blue Mound.This church was formed in 1989.The Reverend Greg Mathias hasbeen the pastor since 2003.BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHis located two miles northeast of BlueMound just off Route 48. This churchwas formed in 1870. The ReverendMarjorie Overlot has been the pastorsince 2009.
  2. 2. Fall Festival DirectorsCo-Presidents...................................................... Tom & Diana RitterSecretary..................................................................Roberta GordenTreasurer.......................................................................Diana Kupish50/50 Raffle........................................ Autumn Trimble & Shari DaggBingo.......................................................Beth Calvert & Sally BrownBooklet...................................Diana Ritter, Jan Ritter & Carol BrownBooklet Advertising...................................... Fall Festival CommitteeBooklet Cover................................................................Andrea KirbyChicken Dinner.................................................... Tom & Diana RitterCompliments Of Page.....................................................Carol BrownConcessions & Carnival.................................................. Larry BrownDanny R. Byard Memorial Run.......................................... Chris HaleFriday Games................................................................... Susan DeitzHorseshoe Pitch. ......................................................... Corey Trimble .Talent Contest.................................................................Brent Doyle .Parade.................................................... ecky Hale Scott Swigert BPork Chop Dinner........................................... rant Logan Noland GPublicity............................................................Fall Festival DirectorsRoyalty Contests.....Julie Trimble, Mary Ann Albers Kaleigh AlbersSunday Service..................... Blue Mound United Methodist ChurchWashers Tournament........................... Pete Pistorius Matt Brown
  3. 3. Senior Citizen Parking Six spaces on the west sideof the park are reserved on afirst come, first served basis. RECYCLE! Recycling bins are set up throughout the park.No Animals in the Park Only service animals will be allowed in the park during the Festival.
  4. 4. EVENTSThursday | August 9, 20126:00 pm Bingo6:30 pm STAGE SHOW Minute to Win It Introduction of Grand Marshals7:00 pm STAGE SHOW Little Miss Contest (Ages 6-9) Junior Miss Contest (Ages 10-14) Miss Contest (Ages 15-19)9:00 pm DanceFriday | August 10, 20127:30 am Blue Mound Lions Club 2-Man Scramble Moweaqua Golf Course10:00 am Youth Games Meridian Intermediate School Yard4:30 pm Char-Broiled Pork Chop Dinner6:00 pm Bingo6:00 pm STAGE SHOW Adorable Baby Contest Prince Princess Contest (Ages 2-3) Mini King Queen (Ages 4-5)8:00 pm STAGE SHOW Rock of Ages9:00 pm Dance
  5. 5. Saturday | August 11, 20127:00 am Blue Mound Lodge Breakfast Buffet Blue Mound Lodge #6828:00 am Danny R. Byard Memorial 5K 1 Mile Fun Run11:00 am “In God We Trust” Parade1:00 pm Fun-Cruise’n Car Show2:00 pm Horseshoe Pitching Tournament4:00 pm Fried Chicken Dinner4:00 pm Washers Tournament6:00 pm Bingo6:45 pm STAGE SHOW Announcement of Fall Festival Event Winners7:00 pm STAGE SHOW Talent Show9:00 pm Dance9:30 pm 50/50 Raffle DrawingSunday | August 12, 20129:30 am Church Service11:00 am Fireman’s Lunch
  6. 6. DanceThursday | 9:00 pmFriday | 9:00 pmSaturday | 9:00 pmWise Park Pavilion - DJ’d MusicFood Pantry DonationsPlease feel free to bring donations to theFall Festival Tent all weekend long.We are truly appreciative of all donations.
  7. 7. BINGO!Thursday–Saturday | 6:00 pmWise Park Basketball CourtWin prizes ranging from cash, round-tripAmtrak tickets and more.Stay late to play blackout each night!2 cards for a quarter
  8. 8. 50/50 RaffleDrawing: Saturday | 9:30 | Raffle TentTickets sold Thursday, Friday Saturday6 tickets for $5 1 ticket for $1
  9. 9. Minute toWin ItThursday |6:30 pmWise Park StageCompete in a fast-paced series of 60-second challenges withhousehold items to win cash prizes. If you would like to be acontestant, please contact Jill Jones at chrisandjilljones@gmail.com or Megan Pistorius at pegpisto@hotmail.com.
  10. 10. PageantsThursday | 7:00 pm | Wise Park StageLittle MissGirls between the ages of 6-9 years old will answer onequestion on stage to help the judges get to know them better.Girls should wear a favorite summer dress. A first runner upwill be chosen and awarded a trophy. One winner will receive atrophy and tiara!Junior MissGirls between the ages of 10-14 years old will also answer aquestion on stage and should wear her “Sunday best.” (Noformals please.) A first runner up will be chosen and awarded atrophy. Our newly crowned Jr. Miss will receive a tiara, sash, andtrophy.Miss Blue Mound Fall FestivalYoung ladies between the ages of 15-19 will have a brief stageinterview and model formal attire. (Another opportunity towear your homecoming or prom dress!) A beautiful tiara, sash,trophy and cash scholarship will be awarded to the 2011 MissFall Festival.To register please call or text Julie Trimble at 620-4066, or emailatjtrimble@consoliated.netFriday | 6:00 pm | Wise Park StageAdorable Baby: Boys and girls birth to 12 monthsPrince: Boys 12 months up to 3 years oldPrincess: Girls 12 months to 3 years oldMini King: Boys 4 5 years oldMini Queen: Girls 4 5 years oldPageant contestants must live in the Meridian School District. To pre-register,please contact Maryann Albers at 433-9137 or malbers@hlclllp.com
  11. 11. Youth GamesFriday | 10:00 amMeridian Intermediate School YardOne race for children walking to age 2. Five races eachfor the following age groups: Pre-K, K–1st, 2nd–3rd, 4th–5th andmiddle school (last grade completed).Prizes will be awarded for top three places andall participants.
  12. 12. Char-BroiledPork ChopDinnerFriday | 4:30 pm | Wise Park PavilionDinner includes 1 or 2 pork chops, cheesy potatoes, greenbeans, applesauce, bread and butter, and tea.
  13. 13. Rock of AgesFriday | 8:00 pm | Wise Park Stage
  14. 14. 21st Annual Danny R.Byard Memorial RunSaturday | 8:00 am | Wise Park5K and One Mile Fun RunCourse RegistrationFlat and Fast Register in Wise Park on the day of the race, 7:00–Male Age Divisions 7:45 am17 under | 18–24 | 25–2930–34 | 35–39 | 40–44 Information and45–49 | 50 over to Pre-Register Byard Memorial RunFemale Age Divisions c/o Chris Hale17 under | 18–25 | 26–35 P.O. Box 6536–45 | 46 over Blue Mound, IL 62513Entry Fee No rain date or refunds if canceled due to$13 Pre-Registration weather. Participants who register early$15 after July 22nd are guaranteed a t-shirt.
  15. 15. Sponsors Macon County Deputies Blue Mound Lodge, F.O.P. Lodge #144 #682 AF AM The State Bank of Blue Mound Likes Insurance Agency Trimble Construction Tom Jones Associates Swigert Landscaping First Christian Church Blue Mound Firefighters Monsanto Douglas Shroyer, D.M.D. Village Travel Blue Mound Lions Club 2012 Danny R. Byard Scholarship Recipient Blake DameryName AgeAddress SexCity State ZipPHONEShirt Size: S M L XL 2XL 3XLEntrant’s Signature DateSignature of parent or guardian for consent if entrant is under 18 years of ageWaiver: In consideration of my entry, I for myself, my executors, administrators and assigns, do hereby releaseand discharge The Blue Mound Fall Festival, City of Blue Mound, all Race Sponsors and workers for any injuriessuffered by me at the event. I certify that I have trained for a race of this distance and weather conditions, and Iam physically fit for the race entered. 5 K Race One Mile Fun Run Walk
  16. 16. ParadeSaturday | Blue Mound Parade RouteLine-up 10:00 am | Parade 11:00 amCommercial Floats1. Any type of vehicle or animal may be entered.2. If a towing vehicle is used as a means of moving the float, it will not be judged as part of the float and need not be decorated.3. If any entry is self-propelled, such as a truck, it will be judged the same as a float.4. Advertising should be of good taste and placed so as not to interfere with the view of the float.5. No ATV’s or motorcycles with non-licensed drivers will be allowed.Non-Profit FloatsThe same rules apply to non-profit organization floats as forcommercial floats, except no advertising may be visible onthe float itself. The name of the owner is not considered asadvertising in the case of a privately-owned vehicle, such asfarm vehicles.Parade Judging CriteriaPARADE THEME: (50%)How well the design concept in the entry adapts to the paradetheme.ORIGINALITY: (25%)The creativeness and uniqueness of the entry.DESIGN: (25%)The craftsmanship in the entry. Detail in design and creationwith the effective use of colors and materials.
  17. 17. Awards for Commercial and Non-Profit Floats 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $60 $40 $30Walking EntriesDecorated, walking entries will be judged in a separate class,and are for non-profit groups only. Prizes will be awarded asfollows: 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $30 $20 $10Bicycle EntriesDecorated, bicycle entries will be judged in a separate class.Prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $15 $10 $5No parking will be allowed on the parade route from10:00 am until 1:00 pm. High Street between St. Marie Streetand Lewis Street will be closed 1 hour before parade lineup andduring the parade.Parade participants should use the St. Marie Street entrance forthe Meridian Middle School. The Lewis Street entrance to theschool will be closed 1 hour before parade line-up.Anyone wishing to enter the parade should contactBecky Hale at 692-2513 or Scott Swigert at 692-2877.
  18. 18. Conner FamilyAmusements, Inc.Thursday | Friday | SaturdayProviding carnival rides and games for all to enjoy! Horseshoe Pitching Tournament Saturday | 2:00 pm Wise Park Horseshoe Pits Two person teams will be determined by a blind draw. The tournament will be played as double elimination. Entry Fee: $5 per person Prizes: Monetary prizes awarded to top three places. For more information, please contact Corey Trimble at 553-2956.
  19. 19. FriedChickenDinnerSaturday | 4:00 pm | Wise Park PavilionDinner includes quarter or half-size fried chicken, potato salad,baked beans, tomatoes, bread and butter, and tea.
  20. 20. WashersTournamentSaturday | 4:00 pm | Wise ParkThis exciting annual event is suited for all skill levels.Enjoy fierce competition with some of the best armsin the area. Rules for this event will be 1-hole box rules fromwww.washerplayers.net.Entry Fee: $10 per team of twoPrizes: Monetary prizes awarded to top three teams.RegistrationRegistration will close at 3:00 pm on August 11.To sign up please contact Pete Pistorius at 433-3752or pete@pistoriusfarms.com or Matt Brown at 836-8862 orbrownie1198@yahoo.com.
  21. 21. Talent Show Saturday | 7:00 pm | Wise Park Stage Keep up to date with all theBlue Mound Fall Festival Activities!
  22. 22. ChurchServiceSunday | 9:30 am | Wise Park StageEveryone is welcome to attend this church service inthe park. Dress is casual and you are encouraged tobring a lawn chair. If inclement weather, the service willbe moved inside Blue Mound United Methodist Church.Church Service OrganizerZION CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHFireman’sLunchSunday | Following Church ServiceWise Park PavilionLunch includes hamburgers or cheeseburgers, chips and a drink.Voluntary donations can be made to support the Blue MoundFire Department.
  23. 23. Compliments of... RACHEL BAKER and DYLAN, ARWER GAVIN ANGIE BLIESNER and COLE, CONNOR, CALEB CIERRA SHANE COLEEN BOLLHORST and NADIA DEVEN DORIS BONN NOELLE BOURISAW and TANNER TREY ANNE BYARD BILL SALLY BROWN CAROLYN BROWN DAVID SALLY BROWN and SONS JASON MICHELLE BROWN and MARCUS CADE JACK VIRGINIA BROWN KEITH SIERRA BROWN and GOLDEN OLDIES FARM RICK ANGIE BROWN DAVE BETH CALVERT and DEREK BRETT GAIL BETTY CHAPMAN CHAD TIFFANY CHILDERS and CHEYENNE, EMMA JULIET DALE MARJORIE CHRISTISON DUSTIN DEANA CLARK and LAYNE, DREW DILLON DELMAR BETTY COLLIER ROGER CATHY COX JOE KIM CRUMP GLEN ARLONE DALLUGE BRAD DANI DAMERY and HAYDEN KAYE DAMERY and TROY SCOTT LARRY JAN DOTY and DREWBRENT GAIL DOYLE and KRISTIN HEATHER, KALEB BRENTNY RENTFRO DEVONA DUMMERMUTH ED SHARON DUNBAR - HELLO TO FRIENDS IN BLUE MOUND TONY STACEY ETHERTON and BENTLEY JOHN DIANNA ERVIN NANCY FLAMM PETE ANNETTE GILSON and MACAELA, HANNAH LYDIA GINNIE GOFFETTT ORRIS MOSBY ROBERTA GORDEN CHRIS BECKY HALE and MAGGIE ALEITA MICHAEL PASTOR SALLY HAMON NANCY RITTER HANOVER BOB ANNE HORNE PATTY HUFFMAN JAHNS FAMILY TARA JAUKKURI and CASE WESLEYand SEAN BRIGHTMAN GALE AMANDA JEWSBURY CHRIS JILL JONES and DELANEY, ALEXI TED TOM JULIE JONES LARRY LINDA KALLENBACH LEON ROBIN KALLENBACH and BEAU, JADE EDDY KEN JOAN KERSEY and JESSICA, MELISSA, ALLISON BEN
  24. 24. Compliments of... MIKE MARY KINNEY DENNIS DEBBIE KRAFT LOVE BOAT - since 1979Phil Linda, Larry Carol, Lavern Diane, Jim Jan and David Sally SHANE MOLLY MAJOR GEORGE ANNETTE MEISENHELTER and GARRETT, ALLY ALYSSA RICHARD JOAN MEYERS JEFF ELLEN MOMA BLAKE KRISTIN NOLAND DIANNE (NOLAND) DAVE NEGARGARD and DREW DENNIS DANI NOLAND GRANT LOGAN NOLAND NEIL ERMA NOLAND KEN MARY NOLEN VIC FARRELINE OXBY KEN BEVERLY PAGE CRAIG KATIE PAULEK and COLE, WAYLON LEVI DWIGHT DELLA PECK and AUSTIN KAYLA JEANIE PISTORIUS NEIL ELEANOR PISTORIUS PETE MEGAN PISTORIUS and EMMA, ISABEL OLIVIA TIM CAROLYN PISTORIUS DANNY KATHY PRATT MIKE AMY PRITCHARD and NATALIE, JACOB JOSHUA LYLE NORMAN PUTSCH CORY JAN RITTER and CELIA HARPER TOM DIANA RITTER PAUL MELODY ROLES TOM BRENDA SARGENT RICK DIANE SCALES GLENN SANDY SCHERTZ MATT ALY SEFRIED and LAUREN DOROTHY SKIPPER LESIE COURTNEY SOLLMAN LAURA J. SPERRY BRYCE AUTUMN THIELE and APRIL GEMMA BRETT KIA THOMAS and CORTNEY, BAILEY TATE CARROLL REA VIRT MIKE ANDREA WHITE and CHASE RAEGAN DON SUE YOUNKER ELEANOR ZEEB JEFF ZEEB LEON ZEEB in Paducah, KY SANDY ZEEB and FAMILY Jan Carpenter / JC Comments Dave Sexson
  25. 25. In Memory of... MARSHALL BINKLEY given by DENNIS DANINOLAND HOWARD BROWN given by HELEN R., BILL, BECKY SALLY RAY BROWN given by PHYLLIS FAMILY LARRY CARR given by WANDA FAMILY CARL DRYSDALE given by MARY ELLEN and FAMILY BILLY MILLER given by MEREDITH DIANE and FAMILY DAVID NOLAND given by NEIL ERMA WAYNE RICE given by FAMILY CECIL SKIPPER given by DOROTHY FAMILY BILL ZEEB given by FAMILYShare your festival memories and photos facebook.com/bluemoundfallfestival IN MEMORY OF WAYNE RICE AND HIS MANY YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE BLUE MOUND FALL FESTIVAL
  26. 26. Enjoy Yourself at the Fall Festival! Rob, Carla, Evan Maggie Comerford Congratulations, Blue Mound Celebrating a Great Tradition! Earl Helen Albert Phillip Becky Albert NickTara, Hubert, Olivia Rex Rogers Enjoy the Festival! Lauren, Brenda, Kevin and Betty Ruth Bafford
  27. 27. —Blue Mound— A Great Place to LiveGordon Betty Eckols
  28. 28. Local Churches Available for You Bethel United Methodist Church Rev. Marjorie OverlotBlue Mound United Methodist Church Rev. Randy Myers First Christian Church Rev. Dr. Ellen MomaMeridian Community Church of God Pastor Greg MathiasZion Chapel United Methodist Church Pastor Sally Hamon
  29. 29. Don’t Miss the Parade!Featuring this year’s Marshals... Representatives from each of Blue Mound’s Churches! - IN GOD WE TRUST -
  30. 30. Blue Mound UnitedMethodist Church 692-2543 Corner of Lincoln and College Sunday School 9:00 Worship 10:30Come be part of our family!
  31. 31. 100 S. Lewis Street, PO Box 265Blue Mound, IL 62513217-692-2419 Trusting in God for generations as we share the good news of Jesus Christ to the world Home of... The First Christian Church After School Program and Camp and The Common Grounds Jesus Youth Cafe and Youth Center Come join us for worship at 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School at 10:45 a.m. Prayer Group Meetings on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome! Find us on the web at: www.fccbluemound.org
  32. 32. Offering After School Care for the 2012-2013 School Year. REGISTER TODAY! Call the After School Program (692-2319) We look forward to working with your family! Meridian Community Church of God We don’t care where you have been, only where you are going! Fellowship Hour — Sunday Morning 9:00 am Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:00 am (Nursery and Jr. Church Available) Pastor Greg Mathias 217-692-2297 mccog1@consolidated.net228 N. Lewis Street P.O. Box 331 Blue Mound, IL 62513
  33. 33. All roads lead to... Zion Chapel United Methodist Church Christ-centered Sharing God’s message of love for over 150 yearsSunday Worship 10:30 am Sunday School for all ages 9:30 am Church Phone: 217-692-2275 Church email: zionchapelchurch@gmail.com www.zccboodyil.com Southwest of Boody at the corner of Zion Chapel Nevada Roads
  34. 34. Serving the Community Meridian Board of Education Ruth Hilvety, President Vicki Carr, Vice President Ina Brown, Secretary Bryan Barnes Marie Jagger-Taylor Tony Etherton Kevin West Dr. Roy Smith, Superintendent Pleasant View Township Thomas W. Ritter, Supervisor William Dalluge, Jr., Clerk Larry Bonn, Road Commissioner Trustees: Roberta Gorden, Leon Kallenbach, Dean Wetzel Earl Albert CemeteryTrustees: Robert Funk, Vic Oxby Larry Bonn Blue Mound Township Marcia Potrafka, Supervisor Leon Wells, Clerk Meredith Miller, Road Commissioner Trustees: Dave Anderson, Mark Damery, Kim Goodbrake Dean Williamson CemeteryTrustees: Dale H. Brown, Ellen Crump Mitch Ward
  35. 35. Blue Mound Fire and RescueOFFICERS TRUSTEESFire Chief - John Holmgren, Jr. President - Kevin BaffordAssistant Chief - Eric Smith Secretary - Mitch WardCaptain - John Batty Treasurer - Pete PistoriusBattalion Chief - Brett ThomasEMS Officer - Charles CarterSafety Officer - Bryce ThieleTraining Officer - Jarod Crackel Firefigthers First Responders Harry Edwards (Retired Chief), Deana Engle, Levi Hedges, Jacob Hunt, Mike LaGala, Jen Landrus, Tye Manns, Felicia Marksberry, Jill Oakley, Amanda Pitts, Brett Stock Cadets Lance Goodbrake and Heath Miller BLUE MOUND POLICE DEPARTMENT Dial-A-Cop 692-2711 Office Hours 8 to 4:30 After Hours Phone 454-7271 or if emergency 911 Police Chief — Tom Bingaman
  36. 36. Best Wishes for a Successful 2011 Fall Festival from the Village of Blue Mound Jerry Reichert, Mayor Tom Bingaman, Chief of Police BOARD OF TRUSTEES Phil Crackel Kenny Ervin Margaret Sandberg John Holmgren, Sr. Ron Aten Brian Henn Jenny Prasun, Secretary Treasurer Roger Cox, Streets, Water Sewer Kevin Bafford, Streets, Water Sewer Cindy Ervin, Clerk Douglas S. Shroyer, D.M.D. General Dentistry … 692-2097 Hours: 8–5 Monday–Thursday
  37. 37. Be SmartDon’t StartSheriff Thomas Schneider
  38. 38. If You Need… A Friendly Smile • Business Cards • Brochures • Envelopes • Statements Carbonless Forms • High-Speed Photocopying • Register Forms Wedding Invitations • Napkins • Matches • Graduation Announcements Labels • Desktop Publishing • Resumes • Stationery • Post Cards Christmas Cards • Program Booklets • Memo Pads • Raffle Tickets Posters • Booklets • Computerized Mailing Lists • Numbering • Folding Padding • Stapling • Collating • Binding • Rubber Stamps • Flyers Newsletters • Party Announcements • Price Lists • Continuous Forms Design Layout • Certificates • Menus • Courteous Service SEE US AT The Blue Mound Leader 205 W. Niles Blue Mound, IL (217) 692-2323 NOT JUST A NEWSPAPER Blue Mound Park District Swim Pool Monday–Thursday................................12:00–7:00 pm Friday Saturday.................................12:00–6:00 pm . Sunday......................................... Private Parties Only Daily Fee $5.00 (2 yrs. under free) $3.00 after 5:00 pm 302 E. Dunbar 217-358-9324
  39. 39. MIKE HAVERA DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CHRISTIAN COUNTY STATE’S ATTORNEY Mike Havera has resided in Christian County with his family throughout hisentire legal career and is an active citizen of the community. He knows how important it is to keep Christian County safe. *Member of the Christian County Bar Association *Christian County YMCA Board of Directors *Christian County Drug Court Program *Member of the Fourth Circuit Juvenile Justice Committee “I have dedicated my legal career to serving the public trying all types of criminal cases from misdemeanors to murders. I look forward to the opportunity to serve as your State’s Attorney.” Paid for by People to Elect Mike Havera
  40. 40. BLUE MOUND MEMORIAL LIBRARYPhone 692-2774 Monday–Wednesday 10–6Fax 692-2191 Library Hours Thursday 10–8www.bluemoundlibrary.lib.il.us Friday 10–6bluemoundlibrary@hotmail.com Saturday 9-12 Blue Mound Civic Center 551 N. Lewis St. Blue Mound, IL 62513 217-692-2777 Mary Alice Huffman Facility Coordinator Blue Mounders Museum 217 North Railroad Ave. Rt. 48 Memorabilia from: Blue Mound High School — Graduation pictures dating back to 1900, band items, basketball trophies and old uniforms Old pictures of the City of Blue Mound Pictures of the Coal Mine on north edge of town Post 293 American Legion items Many more old things P.S. Birdman is here Call John Moma at 692-2359 for an appointment. Donations accepted
  41. 41. BLUE MOUND AMERICAN LEGION Post 1107 Commander: Max White First Vice Commander: Charles J. Carter Adjutant: Michael Dunn Finance Officer: John Holmgren, Sr. Chaplain: Gerald SieversMeet the 3rd Tuesday of Each Month @ BMFD
  42. 42. Beckett Farms ALL NATURAL Barbecue Sauce Trust our sauce will stick to your ribs! Thanks to our loyal (discrimating) customers! Jim Charlene Beckett Robert D. Buzan II, Owner 217-454-2176 Grain Rock Hauling Grain-Pile Clean Up Harvest to Storage Hauling OSBERNVILLE GRAIN ELEVATOR BONDED GRAIN DEALER • FEDERAL WAREHOUSE Blue Mound, Illinois 676-3271 R S Farms Registered Berkshire Hogs Blue Mound, IL 62513 Eric, Patty, Amy, Abby, John Clayton Smith Jeff, Alice, Jeffrey Jacob Reed Eric Judy Smith
  43. 43. Mathias Seeds Chemicals Wishing You And Your Family a Safe and Fun Fall Festival 764-3748 Macon, Illinois Pete Pistorius Mobile: (217) 433-3752 Office: (217) 692-2135 Fax: (217) 692-2134 Pete@Pistoriusfarms.com www.pistoriusfarms.com 9044 Damery Road, Blue Mound, IL 62513
  44. 44. Enjoy theFestival!
  45. 45. Christian CountyFarmers Supply Co. Stonington, Illinois 62567 325-4141 Mike Myers, Brad Moore, Scott Burge, Darin Hennings, Zeb Addison, Beth Clayton, Randy Radford
  46. 46. 100% FARMER OWNED S tonington Blue Mound Sharpsburg 325-3211 692-2141 623-5221Employees Board of DirectorsKevin Walker - General Manager Rob Carls - PresidentPatrick Donovan - Asst. Manager Wayne Sharp - VPRyan Bell - Plant Supervisor Bill Young - SecretarySylvia Seiler - Office Manager Tim BollingerJim Haines - Blue Mound Office Carl CurrySteve Waddell - Sharpsburg Office Steve CurtinFrancesca Collebrusco Kent GordenBob Nation Larry OllerJohn Nation Mike StephensFrank JackTony BrockmanSteve ShanksMike MullinsRandy KiddChris Alsup
  47. 47. StoningtonFertilizer Inc. P.O. Box 260 Stonington, IL 62567 (217) 325-3281
  48. 48. Michelle Nurnberger Making your home ownership dreams a reality! Looking to purchase a Blue Mound home? You may qualify for a 0% down loan. Call Michelle at 217-620-4233 for an appointment. Willeys Farmers Co-op Supply Co. See us for all your gasoline, diesel and propane needs. We have a full line of motor oil. 217-325-2229
  49. 49. Curt Swigert Landscaping Full Service Landscaping • Landscaping Design • Shrub Removal, Trimming • Shrub Tree Planting • Rock, Bark Edging • Grading, Seed, Sod • Power Raking Curt, Mary Sue, Chad, Becky, Kaitlyn, Carson, Cameron, Stacy, Luke, Landon, Lucy, Nathan, Holly, Stanley, Scott and Trent 816 Seiberling St. • Blue Mound, IL • 217-692-2877 EASTER’S TAXIDERMY Big Game Specialist State National Award Winner Alan M. Easter Official Measurer 226 W. Niles Illinois Big Buck Program Blue Mound, IL Safari Club International 217-692-2792 CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT226 W. Niles Terry EasterBlue Mound, IL 217-692-2800
  50. 50. Blue Mound Hardware Supply, Inc. Rt. 48, Blue Mound 692-2772 Supplies for Your Plumbing, Electrical Painting Needs LP Gas Filling Station 8 am–5 pm (Mon–Fri) 8 aam–12 pm (Sat) Jack Trimble, Owner New Construction Remodeling • Roofing • General Repair 692-2772 Blue Mound, IL Free Estimates — Insured
  51. 51. Little Hawks DaycareHas OpeningsQuality, dependable, licensed daycare in Blue Moundhas openings in Fall 2012 for children ages 6 weeksto 5 years. Daycare includes many toys, hot meals,supervised food program, snacks and fun field trips,storytime at the library and much more. Subsidypayments are accepted from the state. I am CPRand First Aid certified by American Red Cross.CALL MOLLY EASTER AT 620-7102
  52. 52. WEDDING GOWNS • FORMALS • WOMEN SUITS • EVERYDAY WEARSuit Remodeling • Lapels Narrowed • Ties Narrowed • Relining All GarmentsRepair Sweaters • Leathers • Zippers • Drapery AlterationsFran’s Tailoring AlterationsRt. 48 (Across from Post Office) • Blue Mound • 692-2433Mon–Thur 10:30–5:30 • Fri Sat by appointment only LIKES INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. www.likesinsurance.com 214 Railroad Ave. Blue Mound, Illinois 62513 Telephone: 692-2153 106 E. Third St. Stonington, Illinois 62567 Telephone: 325-3324 Quality Insurance — Reasonable Rates
  53. 53. PG Quickstop 220 Railroad Ave. Blue Mound, IL 62513 (217) 692-2200Open for Your Convenience24-Hour Pay at the PumpHot FoodCold BeerLINK Card AcceptedIllinois LotteryLocally Owned and Operated
  54. 54. Village Travel Diana Ritter 512 S. Lewis St.Blue Mound, IL 62513 800-373-8747 217-692-2303
  55. 55. Hayden’sSweet Corn Pumpkin PatchBrad Dana Damery, Owners11376 Pleasantview RoadBlue Mound, IL 62513(south of the middle school)(217) 692-2531Open July – October
  56. 56. IV CONTAINER, INC. LOCAL FAMILY OWNED RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL WASTE DISPOSAL Serving Blue Mound, Boody Surrounding Countryside 692-2337 AND ROLL-OFF COMMERICAL CONTAINER SERVICE 425-4897 George A. Meisenhelter, IV
  57. 57. Clark Plumbing | Heating | AC License #058-105693 HARRY DUSTIN Mobile: 823-1820 Mobile: 825-3525 Pager: 800-412-8114 Home: 217-692-2791
  58. 58. CARL’S AUTO SALES — Family Owned Since 1941 — U-Auto-C-Us 6120 S. State Road 48 Boody, Illinois 62514 Bill Potrafka Greg Potrafka Work: 865-2160 Home: 865-3085 Gary Nihiser ASE Certified Mechanic Home: 865-2434
  59. 59. (L-R): Craig Collins, Mary Aylmer, Dallas Seitz, Nancy Seitz Michael Seitz Serving families in Assumption, Moweaqua and Surrounding Communities. Offering Traditional and Cremation Funeral Services. Assumption Moweaqua 101 S. Walnut Toll Free 118 E. Main 217-226-3226 877-768-4435 217-768-4435 Visit us on the web at www.seitzfh.com
  60. 60. Cake Candy Connection Cake Candy Supplies 525 N. Main Street – Suite #3 Moweaqua, IL 62550 (217) 768-4688 Mon.–Thurs. 9 am–5:30 pm Carolyn Downs Fri. 9 am–6 pm Carrie Downs Sat. 9 am–Noon Owners FARM DRAINAGE • BACKHOE SERVICE RUOT CONTRACTORS, INC. Dennis Ruot Business 217-768-4858 230 West Lake Mobile 217-413-6420 Moweaqua,IL 62550 Home 217-764-3480
  61. 61. MOWEAQUA FOODS 227 S. Main St. Moweaqua, IL 62550 217-768-3218 “Home of the JUMBO Pork Chop Sandwich” PIZZA PALACE 16 Thick Thin Crust Available All Toppings no extra charge Extra Cheese is 25¢ Breadsticks Available too! 10 Flavors of Soft-Serve Ice CreamThe small town store with the big selection.
  62. 62. MOWEAQUA FOODS Store Hours: Sunday 7 am to 8 pm Monday–Saturday 7 am to 9 pm • Fresh Cuts of Meat • Fresh Crisp Produce • Hot Cold Deli • Dry Cleaning Drop Off • Authorized Wic • Soft Serve Ice Cream Shoppe • Propane Exchange • LINK Accepted • ustom-made Ice Cream Cakes C Novelties We accept all major credit cards.
  63. 63. Have a Great Weekend at the Blue Mound Fall Festival Moweaqua Family Practice CenterAlan D. Bilyeu, MD - Thomas M. Bilyeu, MD Alison E. Bilyeu, MD - Scott M. Bilyeu, MD 768-3884
  64. 64. MoweaquaHealth Mart Pharmacy 620 N. Putnam Moweaqua, IL Phone 768-3832 • Fax 768-3077 Terry Traster, Pharm. D. Michelle Tankersley, Tech. We now accept nearly all insurance programs including all medicare part D and Caterpillar. New hours 9–5 • Monday through Friday Closed Saturday and SundayMacon County Coroner Michael E. Day Coroner 253 E. Wood St. Room 250 Decatur, IL 62523 217-424-1348
  65. 65. William Beck Auction Realty 217.325.3351 1432 E. 2300 North Rd Edinburg, Illinois 62531-8314 wmbbeck@ctiwireless.com www.williambeckauctions.com
  66. 66. Christian County’s Largest and Oldest Dealer With over 600 memorials in StockAdams Masterson Pana Monument Memorials Company“Next to Sun-Kist Cleaners” “Established in 1857”417 N. Cheney • Taylorville 2 North Poplar Street • Pana (217) 287-2268 (217) 562-5121 Caring is what we do best. Sutton Memorial Homes Ltd. Sutton Ambulance Service Ltd. 327 North Clay • Taylorville • 824-2275 Services for all regardless of circumstances. 24-hour Paramedic Ambulance Service Serving You for over four decades.
  67. 67. JENSEN HOME FURNISHINGS WHERE THE SAVINGS NEVER END! 400 N. Webster Taylorville, IL 824-9123 Rebecca’s Antiques 306 E. Main Cross Tuesday–Friday 10 AM–5 PM Taylorville Saturday 10 AM – 3 AM (217) 823-0529
  68. 68. ColbrookMassage Office Licensed through IL Dept. of Reg. N.C.T.M.B.Specializing in Therapeutic Massage Amy Nancy To make an appointment, please call (217) 824-5252 BLUE CLASSIC PLAZA 508 West Spresser Taylorville, IL 62568
  69. 69. INSURANCE AGENCY Phone (217) 824-9633 Fax (217) 824-2285 A DIVISION OF DIMOND BROS. INSURANCE AGENCY. INC1011 North Webster, P.O. Box 500, Taylorville, Illinois 62568 KARL BUFFENMEYER, cic GARY McNEELY, cic BRAD WHITTAKER, cic DAN McNEELY
  70. 70. One More Bar---------------------- 3G Meisenhelters 315 S. West St. Stonington, IL 325-3532
  71. 71. PULLEY, MARTYNOWSKI BLAKEMAN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Sheridan L. Pulley, cpa Paul A. Martynowski, cpa Michael D. Blakeman, cpa AUDITING ACCOUNTING CONSULTING TAX RETURN PREPARATION 901 East Main Cross Taylorville, IL 62568 (217) 824-9693 CHRISTIAN COUNTYCHIROPRACTIC CENTER Gregory R. Polovich, d.c. Roman Corso, d.c. 915 W. Spresser Taylorville, Illinois 62568 (217) 824-6222
  72. 72. Welcome to DIPPIN’ MERV’S 317 North Railroad Avenue Blue Mound, Illinois (217) 692-2992 Dine In or Carry-Out “All you can Eat Walleye” Every Friday HoursMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday 6:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Thursday Friday 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Saturday 6:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Closed on Sunday Gift Certificates Available for Any Occasion
  73. 73. Allen K. Fagin Financial Advisor 329 W. Eldorado Decatur, IL 62522 217-422-8755 800-528-0147 www.edwardjones.com allen.fagin@edwardjones.com California Insurance License OC24309 Inter State Studio 217-422-7607 • 217-428-2336 • 800-821-7923
  74. 74. L Best Wishes!AR Larry KathyR Tommy - Sheena Ethan - Logan - GracieY‘ Lindsay - Andy Griffin - MilaS
  75. 75. AUTO TRUCK REPAIR TOWING, INC.3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 875-2200SOY CITY TOWING, INC. 24-Hour Towing Rollback Service Heavy-Duty Service3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 877-4270 PENSKE TRUCK LEASING John Svendsen, Rental Manager Truck Rental Agent • www.GoPenske.com3696 Greenswitch Road • Decatur, Illinois 62526 (217) 421-1839 • (217) 877-0190 Fax
  76. 76. www.svendsenfloristdecatur.com Svendsen Florist, Inc. Phone 217-877-4767 Open Mon – Fri 8 am – 5 pm 2702 N. M. L. King Sat 8am – 1 pm DECATUR, ILLINOIS 62526 Sandra J. Ware, C.P.A. 132 S. Water St. (217) 429-1144 440 Millikin Ct. FAX (217) 429-1119 Decatur, IL 62523 sjwarecpa@mcleodusa.net “Accountants make life less taxing” Janvrin Plumbing Heating Kevin Janvrin 3092 Deer Trail Road Decatur, IL 62521 (217) 422-0134
  77. 77. Bell’s Jewelry, Inc. You can tell if it’s from Bell’s Douglas V. Bell, President Owner Barbara Jackson, Store Manager Bench Jeweler 112 E. Prairie St. Phone: 217-422-1814 Decatur, IL 62523 Fax: 217-422-3442 Store Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:30 - 5:00 Saturday 9:30-3:00
  78. 78. NANCY HANDEGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 100 S. Water Street Decatur, Illinois 62525 Phone (217) 422-2420 P.O. Box 467 Decatur, Illinois 62525-0467 Fax (217) 422-4520 nhandegan@handeganlaw.com
  79. 79. McClureFuneral Homeand Cremation Services Ltd. MIKE AND JAN McCLURESCOTT AND SUSIE McCLURE 302 West Poplar Taylorville, Illinois 824-4949
  80. 80. Towers — Antennas STORK’S ANTENNA COMPANY Phone (217) 824-3314 or 827-4301Serving Taylorville and the Surrounding Area
  81. 81. Macon County Democratic Central Committeeis proud to be a sponsor of the 2012 Blue Mound Fall Festival At Wise Park Chairmen - Jim Underwood Vice-Chairmen - Amy Stockwell Secretary - P Kay Nuernberger Treasurer - Mark D. Wicklund
  82. 82. FOULKS AUCTION SERVICE Jeff Foulks Auctioneer LIC # 441001582 Full Service Auction House BUY SELL ESTATES Take Consignments Weekly Cell: 217-855-7053 Home: 217-692-2070 “Just Call - We Sell It All!”
  83. 83. Village Fast Stop Mt. Auburn, IL 217-676-2400Breakfast - Pizza - Beer - Convenience Store Items - 24-Hour Fuel
  84. 84. Have fun at the Festival! Lynn, Tamara,Wyatt, Kayla Brooklyn
  85. 85. Enjoy the Fall Festival! Compliments of... Bingo Parlor Mike Jim Donovan Owners 830 North State Highway 121 Mt. Zion, Illinois 62549 217-864-3842
  86. 86. 217-764-3501 wallstreet2@frontier.com 12037 Tally Ct. Macon, IL 62544 Owners: Debra Harris Don Koehler
  87. 87. Tech-Niques Salon 402 E. Prairie St. - Decatur, IL Jennifer BeasleyCuts, Color, Perms Hi-Lites Tuesday-Saturday 217-330-7828 Also at Tech-Niques... Terri Sefried, LMT MASSAGE THERAPY COSMETOLOGY 217-972-0645 217-330-7828
  88. 88. Purses Galore N More“BRINGING FASHION PURSES TO YOU AT A LOWER COST THAN OTHER STORE” THE NEWEST, HOTTEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF WOMENS PURSES, WALLETS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, KEYCHAINS, SUNGLASSES, BIBLE CASES, TOTE BAGS,TRAVEL BAGS, COSMETIC CASES, DESIGNER PET CARRIERS AND PURSE HOOKS - ALL AVAILABLE! Stop by and see us! Competitive Prices! You Won’t Be Disappointed! HOURS: MONDAY - 12 TO 5 TUESDAY - CLOSED WEDNESDAY -CLOSED THURSDAY - 2 TO 7 FRIDAY -2 TO 7 SATURDAY - 1 1 TO 7 SUNDAY - 12 TO 5 RTE 48 I BLUE MOUND ANDREA DAMERY ERIKA SMITH pursesgalorenmore@gmail.com
  89. 89. Tacketts’s Home Improvements Siding - Decking - Roofing - Remodels - General Repairs Jack Tackett Blue Mound, IL Phone 692-2766 Doyle atFraley Attorneys Law 123 S Washington Street Taylorville, IL 62568 217-824-2203Thomas E. Doyle Vance L. Fraley
  90. 90. Gorden Farms Lucky Lady Bar Grill Rt. 48 325-3661 Made to order pizzaMarinated Ribeyes Sandwiches Smoked Pork BBQ
  91. 91. MACON COUNTYREPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE Congrats to the Blue Mound Fall Festival The Macon County Republican party relies on volunteer support and we need your help. Please visit our website http://www.macongop.org and sign up! God Bless the USA!
  92. 92. Blue Mound Lions Club Meets 1st 3rd Thursdays at the Blue Mound Civic Center Community Activities:Senior Citizens Dinner Donated to Accident VictimsFood Concession at Fall Festival Donated to Mary Bryant HomeSponsor Annual Easter Egg Hunt Donated to American Red CrossSponsor Annual 4th of July Celebration Donated to Meridian JFLSponsor Annual Halloween Party Donated to Blue Mound Baseball TeamsPurchased Eye Glasses for Students Donated to Meridian Post PromPurchased Winter Clothing for Donated to Blue Mound Civic Center Grade School Students Donated to Food Pantry$4,000 College Scholarships to Donated to Meridian Booster Club Meridian Students Donated to Blind Mission Project

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