July 23, 2014

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One dead in weekend fire on Star Lane

By Mike Kloppenburg
Star-Gazette reporter
A Beardstown man is dead after a fire that occurred early Sunday morning.

 
Christ in the Passover

First Presbyterian Church of Virginia invites all to hear a presentation given by Jews for Jesus on Tuesday, April 8th at 6:00 PM. The topic will be Christ in the Passover with a Model Seder, including a potluck supper.  Everyone is asked to bring a dish to share.  Table service will be provided.

 
Virginia’s Annual Community Spaghetti Supper set for April 5

By Leigh Morris
For the Star-Gazette
Forget the robins. Never mind the start of baseball. Ignore the blossoms. All of these things are nice, but the surest sign of spring is the Virginia’s Annual Community Spaghetti Supper hosted by the Virginia Masonic Lodge.

 
IFP is Co-Business of the Month

Illinois Forest Products, also known as IFP, and their staff were chosen March 2014 Co-Business of the Month. They are located at 8699 Arenzville Road, Beardstown. IFP is a third-generation, family business established by Glen and Bernice Massie in 1961. Pictured are Kevin (right) and Chris Massie, owners and operators.

 
Tiger Nation Booster Club informational meeting set for Thursday, March 27

There will be an informational meeting at 7 p.m. March 27 to discuss the upcoming Tiger Nation Booster Club fundraiser and other events.
The Tiger Nation Booster Club was organized by a group of parents, teachers and community members to help raise money as a result of Beardstown School Board’s cuts. Beardstown School District, along with most districts throughout the state, are all experiencing financial crisis due to the state’s lack of making payments to the districts. Beardstown recently cut all middle school sports, stipends to the high school’s extra curricular activities and assistant coaches.

 
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