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St. Elmo Labor Day Weekend Events

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Written by Administrator Monday, 31 August 2015 14:00

Saturday, September 5

8 a.m. - 5K Run/Walk

8 a.m. - City Wide Garage Sales

8 a.m. - Farmers Market (on Bank Lot) Flea Market, Crafts, Food

4 p.m. - Pet Parade (line up at 6th Place by Bradford Supply)

6-9 p.m. - Cruise in and dance with DJ at Main and 5th Streets in case of rain high school

9 p.m. - Fireworks (at Tower Lake); rain date: Sunday at 1 p.m.

Sunday, August 31

6 p.m. - Gospel band “Water to Wine” at St. Elmo

Christian Church.

Monday, September 1

Pony rides all day

6-9:30 a.m. - Pancake breakfast at the firehouse

9 a.m. - Concession stands, flea markets, booths open. Pony rides all day.

10:30 a.m. - Parade begins. Line up at high school at 9 a.m. south on Walnut, east on Second, north on Main and turn east on Fourth. Parade ends at bank. $2 early entry fee. $5 entry fee day of parade

12-6 p.m. - Dunking booth and inflatable

12:30 p.m. - Parade winners will be announced at 5th and Main St.

1-5 p.m. - Bingo at the corner of 5th and Main St., sponsored by SEBA

5 p.m. - St. Elmo Lion’s Cakewalk

6:15 p.m. Announcement of Citizen of the Year

6:30-9:30 p.m. - Straight Lace Band at 5th and Main St.

8 p.m. - SEBA 50/50 drawing will be held. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Need not be present to win. Gun raffle drawing (or $500 cash) $10 each

Parade sponsored by the St. Elmo Lions Club. Proceeds go to their scholarship fund. Sponsored by the St. Elmo business association in cooperation with the city of St. Elmo.

 

Rotund Challenge brings three walkers through Altamont and St. Elmo

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Written by Administrator Monday, 31 August 2015 13:54

Beginning their 2700-mile journey from western New York to southern California, the trio recently walked along Rt. 40 through Altamont and St. Elmo.

Chris and Jason are fighting to lose weight, while Joe has his own reasons for undertaking the challenge.

Photos and information can be viewed at linkis.com/aZB2m.

 

Fayette County Police Reports 9-1-15

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Written by Administrator Monday, 31 August 2015 11:39

Fayette

Blake M. Sefton, 18 of Brownstown, was arrested Aug. 24 for a domestic battery charge. He was held on a bond of $5,000.

   

Fayette County Police Reports 8-25-15

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Written by Administrator Tuesday, 25 August 2015 07:49

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Jennifer Karnes, 34 of Brownstown, was arrested on Aug. 12 for probation violation. Bond was $20,000.

Randall Buie, 51 of St. Elmo, was arrested on Aug. 14 for probation violation (failed drug test).

James Atwood, 22 of Brownstown, was arrested on Aug. 14 for suspended, and revoked drivers license.

Carl Jennings, 46 of Brownstown, was arrested on Aug. 18 for failure to appear (warrant) residence.

Andrew Geiger, 25 of Brownstown, was arrested  on Aug. 19 for possessing a controlled substance. FCCH.

Shana Reed, 20 of St.Elmo, was arrested on Aug. 19 for probation violation (warrant).

Rita Davis, 55 of St. Elmo, was arrested on Aug. 19 for domestic battery at residence.

Ashley F. Davis, 27 of St. Elmo, was arrested on Aug. 19 for domestic battery.

 

St. Elmo kiosk: A historic storyboard

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Written by Administrator Monday, 24 August 2015 12:11

BY PANZI BLACKWELL

The Historic National Road Association of Illinois has placed 20 attractive, commemorative kiosks in 19 communities along the National Road, also known as U.S. Route 40—all containing different stories interesting historical information about the villages and towns, and the road... and Fayette County has three of them: St. Elmo, Brownstown, and Vandalia.

The kiosks are attractive additions to the roadside, and each one is different as it is a tribute to, and tells a story about, the town or village in which it is located.

All are placed along next to the road, and are easily accessible, whether on foot or by a vehicle.

All of these kiosks, also known as storyboards, have a blue, informational patch on the right end, as well as the symbol of the Historic National Road, which ties them all together as part of the National Road.

   

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