Finding something to do with your kids during Spring Break can be a challenge for many parents. Some families need a place for their children to be while they are working while other parents look for activities to help create a "staycation" making the week more enjoyable for all. Great news! The HUB in Marion is sponsoring a Spring Break Camp, a great option for families. Registration is required and spots can fill up quickly. Don't wait to make plans for your child's Spring Break- it;s just around the corner.
Registration Deadline is March 6th.
Camp will be held from March 11th through March 15th. Drop off time is from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and pickup time is from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. The camp serves children from Kindergarten to 13 years of age. Cost per day is $25 for members (Hubbers) and $35 per day for non members.
ACTIVITIES at the camp include: Swimming, sports, crafts, nerf war, obstacle course and life size Pac-Man game! You may bring your own nerf guns but please label everything. We are not responsible for items that might get lost or broken during camp.
Parents will be asked to pack their child's lunch, snacks, waterbottle, at least two drinks, tennis shoes, swim attire and towel. NO TOYS OR ELECTRONICS FROM HOME. Daily themes for this year's camp include:
WEDNESDAY: Mario Brothers
For more information contact the HUB at (618) 997-2482
Frostbite is, literally, frozen body tissue — usually the skin, but sometimes deeper tissue. It must be managed carefully to prevent permanent tissue damage.
The varying degrees of frostbite are based on how deep the tissue injury goes. Mild cases affect a superficial area of the skin, while the most severe cases can go all the way down to the muscle and bone. The areas most prone to frostbite are the head, face, ears, hands, and feet.
Kids are at greater risk for frostbite than adults, both because they lose heat from their skin more rapidly and because they're often reluctant to leave their winter fun to go inside and warm up.
Frostbite needs medical attention from a health care provider. It also can be associated with hypothermia, a serious medical condition that requires emergency medical care.
FrostnipFrostnip is a milder form of injury. It usually affects areas of skin exposed to the cold, such as the cheeks, nose, ears, fingers, and toes, leaving them red and numb or tingly.
Frostnip can be treated at home and gets better with rewarming.
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Date reviewed: January 2015
Basketball registration is now open exclusively online, less than 2 weeks left!!!!
Please spread the word. As always we are in need of volunteers to coach! Registration ends Dec 14. This is a final deadline because the draft is scheduled for Dec 20 so there will not be time to continue extra sign ups.
K-8th grade divisions are eligible.
The divisions are separated as follows:
1st and 2nd grade boys basketball
1st and 2nd grade girls basketball
3rd grade boys basketball
3rd and 4th grade girls basketball
4th and 5th grade boys basketball
5th-8th grade girls basketball
6-8th grade boys basketball.
Please choose the corresponding league to your child’s grade, thanks so much!!
Cost is $45 per child; $75 per family
Draft for coaches is Dec 20.
Practices start January 3, 2019.
Games are on Saturdays only, and will run from January 19, 2019- March 2, 2019.
Please register at www.tricathletics.com
HARRISBURG, Ill. (Nov. 14, 2018) - Narnia is coming to Southeastern Illinois College Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. The musical will be directed by Gareth York in the George T. Dennis Visual & Performing Arts Center Theatre.
Based on the classic C.S. Lewis Novel The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Narnia starts with Peter (Jordan Richey of Benton), Susan (Kady Lampley of Benton), Lucy (Paige Clore of Norris City), and Edmund (Carter Reed of Harrisburg), as the war has forced them to be sent to the safety of Marbleton Manor. The children find nothing to do but explore, and this leads them to a rather interesting wardrobe. As the children are transported through the wardrobe, they find themselves in Narnia, where the White Witch (Joli Murphy of Springerton) always keeps it winter but never Christmas. That is until Aslan (Braden Cummins of Carrier Mills) comes to fight the White Witch so spring can come once again.
Additional lead roles include Alex McRoy of Harrisburg as Mr. Beaver, Meredith Wolf of Harrisburg as Mrs. Beaver, John Suh of Ziegler as Father Christmas and Billy Lewis of Carrier Mills as Mr. Tumnus.
“I am pleased to be directing the musical Narnia at Southeastern Illinois College,” said York. “I have really enjoyed the experience of working with this cast while watching them bring this fantasy land to life. This musical will bring out the inner child in all of us. Come climb through the wardrobe and join us in the wonderful land of Narnia.”
The show’s stage manager is Aaron McRoy and music director is Cory Garmane. Costumes will be designed by Janet Hart and Gareth York, and lighting designer for the show is Kyle Upchurch. John Hart of Hart’s Music in Harrisburg will provide sound equipment.
Reserved seating is $10 for adults and $8 for students, staff and seniors.
In addition to the show, on Friday, Nov. 30, a holiday dinner catered by BBQ Barn in Harrisburg will take place at 5:45 p.m. in the theatre lobby. The cost is $25 per person or $130 for a table of six, and includes tickets to see Narnia immediately following dinner that evening.Seating for the dinner is limited and must be reserved by Monday, Nov. 26. Money raised will benefit student scholarships and support.
Dinner includes berry salad, baked ham, roasted turkey with gravy, au gratin potatoes, green beans almandine, dinner rolls and choice of New York style cheesecake or chocolate delight.
There will also be silent auction items up for bid during the dinner and at intermission Friday night only. Silent auction items include barbecue lessons by Jimmy D. Ellis, massages, paint parties, inflatables gift certificate, Cubs autographed baseball, SIU basketball tickets, family photo session, winery suite overnight, home decor and much more.
The Friday night holiday dinner, silent auction and Narnia are sponsored by Visionary Sponsor, Banterra and Hope Sponsor, Wells Fargo.
Along with the musical, SIC is hosting its annual Breakfast with Santa Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9-11 a.m. in the Harry L. Crisp Student Center Cafeteria. The cost is $5 per person (including adults) and will include a pancake breakfast, a picture with Santa, and lots of fun holiday activities for elementary-aged children. Upon registration for this event, tickets to Narnia can be purchased at a discounted rate of $5 for any showing. Registration is requested by Nov. 27 for Breakfast with Santa.
Reserve tickets for any of these events by calling 618-252-5400, ext. 2486 or 618-841-4649 or by emailing email@example.com.
Members of the military will be offering medical screenings to the public this June. All ages are welcome and there are no income or residency requirements. The screenings will take place in Southern Illinois.
These services include:
- Medical Screening and General Exams ONLY
- Dental Exams and Extractions ONLY
- Optometry Screenings and Glasses (Single vision, one pair only)
What: Free Health Care
Where: Harrisburg Middle School 31
When: June 18-27
Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Except 6/24: 8-1 p.m. and 6/27: 8-1 p.m.)
Parents living in the Zeigler Royalton School District whose children are entering Kindergarten in the fall should make an appointment to pre-register their child for the 2018-2019 school year. To register, children must be residents of the school district and must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2018.
Parents need to bring your child with you to the screening along with the following items: the child's official birth certificate on file at the County Clerk's office in the county where the child was born (not the hospital copy), Social Security number, proof of residency (water bill, power bill, or something that shows a service to your address), immunization record and , if applicable, Medicaid number. Parents will receive a physical form, a proof of school dental examination form, and an eye examination form which are all required before entrance into Kindergarten. Children will not be allowed to start school until the physical and all immunizations are complete.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call 618-596-2121 ext. 1001.
Child Find Screenings are for children who will be three years old on or before September 1, 2018.
Due to a recent grant awarded to Massac Unit One, an abbreviated Pre-K session will be offered March 19 through May 25.
Classes will be held Monday through Friday. Students will attend all day. Priority enrollment will be given to students eligible to begin kindergarten in August, 2018. Your child must be screened to enroll in Pre-K. Parents need to call to schedule an appointment time.
Students will have the option to attend Metropolis or Brookport sites, which both offer both pre-kindergarten and Head Start services for children, ages 3-5.
Metropolis Elementary School – 618-524-4821
Screening will be held at Metropolis Primary School
416 E. 9th St., Metropolis
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
8 – 10 a.m. or Noon – 2 p.m.
Brookport Elementary School – 618-564-2482
Screening will be held at Brookport Elementary School
319 Ferry St., Brookport
Thursday, March 15, 2018
8 – 10 a.m. or Noon – 2 p.m.
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Contact: Amy Dion, Brand Manager, Neighborhood Co-op Grocery, (618) 529-3533, amy@Neighborhood.Coop; Francis Murphy, General Manager, Neighborhood Co-op Grocery, (618) 529-3533, francis@Neighborhood.Coop
Carbondale, Ill. – Mark your calendars for the 2018 Neighborhood Co-op Grocery Feed Your Neighbor 5K Run/Walk! The event will be held on Friday, April 6, 2018 beginning at 6pm at Turley Park, located on the corner of West Main and Glenview in Carbondale. The race will be professionally timed by River to River Runners and is a certified course.
All proceeds will support Good Samaritan Ministries, which provides services to people in need, including a food pantry, soup kitchen, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and emergency assistance. Participants are also asked to bring non-perishable food items for the SIU Food Pantry on race day. Individuals who bring item donations will be entered into a raffle for a special gift basket.
“This fun, family-friendly event gives people an opportunity to enjoy healthy activity together while also supporting an organization that makes a difference in the lives of our community’s most vulnerable citizens,” says Amy Dion, Brand Manager for the Neighborhood Co-op Grocery.
Participants are invited to sign up in person at the Neighborhood Co-op Grocery, 1815 West Main in Carbondale, online at www.neighborhood.coop, or at the event. On-site registration begins at 4pm on race day. Participants and their families will enjoy live music by The Anns featuring RognboB with special guest Ruth Ann Levinson, snacks, and beverages. Winners of each age group will be presented with Co-op made bread. Top male and female runners will be awarded a grand prize. Several raffles and prize drawings also will be held.
Major sponsors include the Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois Healthcare, Silkworm, Inc., and Vertical Heartland, with additional support provided by corporate sponsors Hudgins Orthodontics, Lezlie Terry – Intuitive Massage, Little Grassy Lake Campground & Marina, Pediatrics Group LLC, and Southern Illinois Network Consultants (SINC). Contributing sponsors include the Carbondale Park District, City of Carbondale, Judge Carey Gill, Amanda Byassee Gott, First Southern Bank, Navreet Kang – State Farm Agent, Old Town Liquors, and Walker’s Bluff.
For more information, contact Amy Dion at (618) 529-3533, amy@Neighborhood.Coop. Watch for updates online at www.facebook.com/carbondalecoop.
About Neighborhood Co-Op Grocery
The mission of the Neighborhood Co-op Grocery is to serve the needs of owners and patrons by providing wholesome foods economically in the cooperative tradition, in ways that best promote the health of the individual, the community, and the earth. Learn more at www.neighborhood.coop.
About The Anns
The Anns is a vocal trio consisting of Rog Ann Ellithorpe, boB Ann Iltis, and Ruth Ann Levinson. The trio is a direct extension of the vocal duo RognboB with the addition of Ruth Ann. Musically, our goal is to continue to continue to preach the “Gospel of Goof,” with fun harmonies and unlikely arrangements. Preferring titillating lyrics, Anns’ tunes tend to leave the listener confused or amused. And that is what sets Anns apart. Anns perform RognboB favorites, as well as new Anns originals and parodies. Anns also seeks to bring great writing forward, performing covers from great writers, Lou and Peter Berryman, Austin Lounge Lizards, and Dan Hicks to a live stage.
We encourage anyone who likes the Anns to join us by simply adding Ann.
Families can learn more about alternative education strategies at a FREE screenings of “Class Dismissed to be held at the Carbondale Public Library at 405 W Main on February 22nd at 5:30 PM. and on February 24th at 3:00 pm/ This 90 minute film about learning outside the classroom” targets parents and showcasing a growing trends in alternate education and Instruction. The film will be followed by a discussion led by Renee Schwartz, M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction. More information about the film can be found at: www.classdismissedmovie.com
For more information call 618-457-0354.
Carmi Elks Lodge #1652 in cooperation with the Illinois Elks Children’s Care Corporation, will sponsor a free children’s orthopedic assessment clinic on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at the Wabash Christian Therapy & Medical Center, 1112 Oak Street, Carmi, with Dr. Justin Miller as the clinician in charge. The clinic is from 8:30-9:00 a.m. and is by appointment only. To make an appointment, call the Illinois Elks Children’s Care office at 1-800-272-0074 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. There are no charges for any services at the clinic. No medical referral is necessary for the clinic but physicians are welcome to refer patients to the clinic for a specific reason or second opinion. School nurses are welcome to refer children and families to the clinic.
The Elks organization has been working with physically challenged chidlren sincce 1928, and this is one of the 17 clinic locations throughout Illinois. The clinic is an ideal time to have a child reviewed for bone and joint development. A child that has feet pointing out or in; complains of back, knee, leg or ankle pain; or has a back curvature can be seen at the clinic. There is no charge for any diagnostic services at this clinic. The Elks will provide financial assistance to the best of their ability for children needing further treatment or specialty equipment when the family lacks sufficient resources to do so. In the past, the Elks have purchased therapy services, corrective shoes, braces, wheelchairs, and augmentative communication devices to help children overcome a variety of physical challenges.