Web Watch - Links You Hear About on The News
Illegal Insurance Scam
Illinois Dept. of Insurance on Stranger-Originated Life Insurance
For more information, contact the Danville Dashers office at
217-474-2511 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Raffle license #4222
Farmers Market Local Regulations
Once you click the link, you'll see the details of House Bill 5657 regarding the regulation of farmer's markets across the state of Illinois. The bill is sponsored by use Sponsors
Rep. Michael W. Tryon - Naomi D. Jakobsson - Kelly M. Cassidy - Ann Williams, Jaime M. Andrade, Jr., Martin J. Moylan, Laura Fine, Sam Yingling, Robyn Gabel, Charles E. Meier, Donald L. Moffitt, Timothy L. Schmitz and Barbara Wheeler.
Briana Brooks Angel Psychic website
Petition to Cancel Congress's Paychecks
Petition to stop congress from getting their paychecks if they don't work.
Affordable Care Act Enrollment Questions
Help with the new healthcare law.
Help with the new healthcare law.
Decoding Cancer - Helping Brenna
18 year old Brenna recently diagnosed with a very aggressive type of cancer.
This site is to help raise money for her health care and travel to far hospitals for treatments if doctors decide to.
Food Industry and Childhood Obesity
Food industry helping to fight childhood obesity.
Theater Thursday - Mardi Gras Celebration 2014
Little Theater on the Square - Sullivan
Seating is limited so be sure to reserve your tickets now! Adult tickets are $35.00 and include dinner buffet and dancing.
FEMA Disaster Assistance - Deadline Feb. 3
Deadline to apply is February 3rd!
Click the link to find out how to apply, or call 800-621-FEMA (3362) from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Assistance is available in most languages. People who are deaf or hard of hearing may call (TTY) 800-462-7585.
Blarney Bash for St. Patrick's Catholic School
Blarney Bash " March 14-5:30-8:30 p.m. at the LRS Hangar at Abraham Lincoln Capitol Airport, Springfield. Join us for a fun-filled fundraiser benefiting St. Patrick Catholic School. The bash includes a bounty of hors doeuvres and libations, live and silent auction, drawings and raffles, Celtic entertainment, live music by the Shenanigans, and viewing of incredible car and motorcycle collection. For the festive at heart, green attire is optional. But for those who want give it their all, a Leprechaun contest with prizes is in store.
Tickets $25/person, $40/couple, $175/table of 10.
Clothing and shoe donations can be taken to:
1527 E. Adams Street
*5 year old boy: 5-6 in clothes. 13 in shoes.
*4-year-old twins: 4T in clothes. 11 in shoes.
*2 year old boy: 3T in clothes. 9 in shoes.
*Adult female: Large shirt. Size 16 pants. Size 9 shoes.
Pew Charitable Trusts
Study on the fiscal health of states.
January is Radon Action Month.
Find Test Kits Here:
For more information on the Tax Counseling Project, contact the Center for Economic Progress in Chicago at 312-630-0273, or call the toll-free statewide number at 888-827-8511. For information on the Tax Assistance Program call 312-409-1555. Details are also available on the DHS website at http://dhs.state.il.us and the Department of Revenue website at http://revenue.state.il.us.
Saving Money on Utility Bills
Click the link or call the CUB hotline at 1-800-669-5556.
The First Presbyterian Church of Danville AND Group Cares Housing Repair project runs from July 7-11, 2014. The deadline for homeowners to apply is January 8, 2014.
HomeOwners may contact the church for more details -- 442.0541
Repair Volunteers may contact Group Cares --
800-385-4545 OR www.groupworkcamps.org
Fundraiser runs through January 2014, but sales will continue after.
Contact Jessie -- email@example.com
Or Call the Animal Protective League at 217-544-7387
It's time to start tearing down those Christmas trees, but you don't have to let them go to waste. Lake Shelbyville is collecting live Christmas trees to build new homes for fish. The trees are bundled together and submerged in Lake Shelbyville to provide fish with breeding areas and cover to hide in.
Before you donate your live tree, be sure to remove the stand, tinsel and ornaments.
In Sullivan, you can drop off your tree at the yard waste dropoff area to the east of the sewage treatment plant. Leave your tree inside the snow fence area on the north side of the building.
In Shelbyville, you can drop off your tree at the Johnstown Mall on the city's west side. Leave trees inside the snow fence area on the grass at the northwest corner of the parking area.
Trees are being collected at both sites until January 31.
Residents are also encouraged to sign up for an automatic e-mail notification of this and all future yard waste collections at the City's website. Any questions about the program can be answered by calling Public Works at (217) 403-4700. Trees may also be taken to the Landscape Recycling Center at 1210 E. University Avenue in Urbana for free disposal during the month of January. Residents may call the Center at (217) 344-5323 with any questions regarding operating hours.
Volunteer organization that provides knitted or crocheted square to be sewn together for children in Africa.
Check school closings:
List of school closings
Thousands of people nationwide are participating in #GivingTuesday. But volunteers are needed every day and for a variety of reasons. Below are just some of the organizations you can get involved with locally to give back.
Safe Shopping Guide
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky joined forces with consumer safety experts to release their 2013 Safe Shopping Guide.
Hot Holiday Toys
Links to the best toys and latest in this year's gadgets.
Better Business Bureau of Central Illinois
Protect yourself against scams this holiday season.
Shelters in Central Illinois for Storm Victims
Shelters open in Tazewell and Massac counties. Two shelters remain open to provide a safe haven for families displaced by the recent tornadoes. Current shelter locations are: TAZEWELL COUNTY- Washington Shelter-Crossroads United Methodist Church, 1420 N Main St, Washington, IL MASSAC COUNTY - Metropolis Shelter - First Baptist Church, 307 Massac Creek Road, Metropolis, IL Relief supplies being distributed to assist with clean-up Bulk distribution sites provide relief supplies to families impacted by the recent tornadoes. Items to be distributed include rakes, shovels, work gloves, buckets, trash bags, tarps, water, and Gatorade,. Five Points Washington, 360 N Wilmor Rd, Washington, IL, Saturday, 11/23 - Tuesday, 11/26, 8am-7pm Old Gym (behind Brookport Elementary), 306 Crockett St, Brookport, IL 62910, Saturday, 11/23 -Tuesday, 11/26, 10a-6pm The American Red Cross will also be distributing bulk items on our Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV's) driving through the affected areas in Pekin and East Peoria area.
Shelters open in Tazewell and Massac counties.
Two shelters remain open to provide a safe haven for families displaced by the recent tornadoes. Current shelter locations are:
TAZEWELL COUNTY- Washington Shelter-Crossroads United Methodist Church, 1420 N Main St, Washington, IL
MASSAC COUNTY - Metropolis Shelter - First Baptist Church, 307 Massac Creek Road, Metropolis, IL
Relief supplies being distributed to assist with clean-up
Bulk distribution sites provide relief supplies to families impacted by the recent tornadoes. Items to be distributed include rakes, shovels, work gloves, buckets, trash bags, tarps, water, and Gatorade,.
Five Points Washington, 360 N Wilmor Rd, Washington, IL, Saturday, 11/23 - Tuesday, 11/26, 8am-7pm
Old Gym (behind Brookport Elementary), 306 Crockett St, Brookport, IL 62910, Saturday, 11/23 -Tuesday, 11/26, 10a-6pm
The American Red Cross will also be distributing bulk items on our Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV's) driving through the affected areas in Pekin and East Peoria area.
Illinois Sportsmen Against Hunger
Programwhere hunters donate deer meat to feed the hungry
Storm Chaser Scams
Scammers, known as storm chasers, may hit the tornado-ravaged areas and try to take advantage of those needing home repairs and people left temporarily homeless.
To report suspicious activity, click here or call 1-800-386-5438.
Help Christian County Save Christmas
After the "2013 Kids, Cops and Christmas Program" was cancelled this year these organizations are helping pick up the slack.
108 W Market Street
Taylorville, IL, 62568
Taylorville Fire Department
Taylorville, IL, 62568(217)-824-2295
Local Groups Collecting Supplies, Funds for Tornado Victims
Several local groups and individuals are collecting supplies and funds for tornado relief efforts.
The American Red Cross is accepting cash donations. Call the Springfield office at 217-787-7602 or visit redcross.org to donate.
A Springfield group is collecting toiletries, non-perishable food items, and household supplies for tornado victims. They will hold a donation drive Saturday, November 23 from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the ACE Hardware on Wabash Avenue. Visit facebook.com/springfieldhelpstornadovictims for more information.
Holly Tisdale-Zavodny is collecting donations from the Cass County area to deliver to Washington. She's accepting toiletries, cases of water, animal food, etc. Call 217-320-4170 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Lincoln Fire Department is accepting donations. Call 217-735-4020 for more information.
If you want to volunteer or start your own donation drive, the Red Cross has the following tips:
- Coordinate with the Red Cross if you plan to deliver supplies.
- Send only monetary donations--not supplies--to the Red Cross.
- If you wish to volunteer, contact the Red Cross or a similar service organization, rather than just showing up.
The current series of the GED Test is expiring at the end of 2013. A new GED Test series begins January 1, 2014. You must complete and pass all five subject area tests by December 2013. Partial scores WILL NOT carry over to 2014. If you do not pass all tests by the end of this year you must start over in 2014.
Here is more information on the new test format:
FDA Recall List
A full list of the affected foods.
A full list of the affected foods.
Salvation Army Bell Ringing Contest
For the third year in a row, The Salvation Army is hosting a bell-ringing contest to test the skill and endurance of hand-bell ringers at Red Kettles. Entrants must have their forms in by Friday, November 15, 2013. If anyone is interested in entering, please contact The Salvation Army at 428-4672.
For the third year in a row, The Salvation Army is hosting a bell-ringing contest to test the skill and endurance of hand-bell ringers at Red Kettles.
Entrants must have their forms in by Friday, November 15, 2013.
If anyone is interested in entering, please contact The Salvation Army at 428-4672.
16th Annual Roger Ebert's Film Festivalwill run April 23-27, 2014
To purchase festival passes visit www.ebertfest.com or call the box office at (217) 356-9063.
Virginia Theatre Box Office
203 W. Park Avenue
10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Get Covered Illinois
Statewide education on the Affordable Care Act, set to take place Saturday, November 2nd.
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