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Page 9 The Region News mtzionregionnews@comcast.net Wednesday, February 29, 2012 School Menus for the Week of March 5-9 Scenes From Casino Night At The Mt, Zion Grades K-3 March 5- No School-Casmir Pulaski's Birthday Lions Club March 6- Chicken fried steak w/hot roll or turkey w/cheese sandwich, mashed potato/gravy, mandarin oranges, milk-variety March 7- Chicken patty on bun or chef salad/crackers/pretzels, corn, cinnamon apples, milk-variety March 8- Hot dog on bun or yogurt/graham crackers, potato smiles, pineapple, milk-variety March 9-Spaghetti w/breadstick or string cheese/crackers, caulifomia blend, pears, milk-variety Grades 4-12 March 5- No School- Casmir Pulaski's Birthday March 6- Chicken fried steak w/hot roll or rib w/cheese on bun, mashed potato/gravy, mandarin oranges, milk-variety A la carte (7-12)- round sausage pizza March 7- Chicken patty on bun or cheese pizza, corn, cinnamon apples, milk-variety A la carte (4-6)- salad bar A la carte (7-12)- garlic pepperoni bread March 8- Hot dog on bun or stuffed crust pizza, criss cross fries, pineapple, milk-variety A la carte (7-12)- chicken filet on bun March 9- Spaghetti w/breadstick or grilled chicken on bun, caulifomia blend, pears, milk-variety A la carte (4-6)-salad bar A la carte (7-12)- popcorn chicken Majestic Hall Senior Menu for the Week of March 5-9 March 5- Sweet and sour pork, brown rice, steamed carrots, lima beans, pineapple March 6- Ham and beans, corn bread, cooked spinach, mandarin oranges, spiced apple rings March 7- Mexicali chicken, steamed broccoli, stewed tomatoes, fruit cocktail March 8-Meatloaf, mixed vegetable casserole, garlic mashed potatoes, banana Roger Chaney works at one of the game tables at Casino Night. Games that could be March 9- Turkey cutlet, glazed acorn squash, carrot and raisin salad, fruit crisp played that night were blackjack, poker, craps, roulette and the money wheel. Please call the DMCOC office at 428-4148 to make your 24 hour advance reservation. A $2.50 donation for 60 and over is greatly appreciated towards the cost of your meal. Participants under age 60 will be required to contribute $5.13 (congregate) and $6.72 (home meal). Library Hosts Crochet Class During Learn Something New At Your Library Series Sheri Jesse crochets a spa cloth during the crochet class held at the library recently. (Crystal Reed photo) Sp00iDg Show Saturday, March 3, 2012 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Mt. Zion Convention Center 14oo Mt. Zion Parkwa3; Mt. Zion Come enjoy our spring craft show in our new Convention Center located off of Route 121. We have something for everyone! Over 60 Vendors! Paul Whitley (left) and Todd Garner (right) take a break from one of the games. Robert Brice (left) and Ed Neighbors (right) at Casino Night. (Crystal Reed photos) p Mr  p^uw^v M Z.,IL 549 (217)g64-5424 X(217)864-$935 WWW, Mt Vu.xt Tt.tls elk Cat rJmy lvi Pdlzact Dean Ota t)emm Sest Mmlhew Tlmmr tIMIIqIATOIt PROCLAMATION W/-/ER/hK as one of the nation's oldest, most recognized humanitarian ormimliom, tho  Rggl Crs is woven liBhtly into the fabric of Mr. Zion and its smronnd ar providing tnlmmicmto cw wlaen disasters and odin" crises  to ov md destroy familim; and, WHKRK4S, tl Amcrkan Red Cron wu  in 1881 by Clara Ban and charcrcd by Coosress in 1905 to act ia times of ncccL Eada year, the Mid-lllinois Cimptef serving tire emmmmity since 1917 respoods to man-made axad natural disasters -  a home , lmsdo, wintar ice or mow sm, eamhquake or flooding; and, ItE/.AS, othc Red C services include rncmiting thousands of people amaudly to denal bleod, emming its nflly and providing hmpitals with half the nation's supply of blood and blood pmdu for lifesaving medical Ueatmcnts and routine nmti ir; WH, as oer militmy men and women join the eflbrt to fight terrorism a world away, Rod Cvo wockets in tim Mid-Illiaois Ompter are striving to keep smvie membem and their familks in touch md off-t, ing ethersmall enffoas to ease the strain WHEREAS, residm of ML Zion and the sununding area get the information they need to maintaln fe and healthy lives flmmgh Red Cross ours in lifesaving skills- first aid, CPP,, war safety and much more - while our community, also benefits from other Mid-Illinois Clmpter prolFmns such M blood pressure screenings and first aid smtiom at community events. WHERF..A we cIdomt  as American Red Cross Month, and I encourage all to omunit themselves to slmslhmi ottr ommnuuitY threngh service with the Red Cro. V bdp to mak our oum munl, md  is that more cvidest n when tmmmunidm  msgtlgr m rapport inch otl in times of : T/4'RE, I, Domdd R. Robinson, as Mayor of Mr Zion, do hereby proclaim Mmd12012 m "AMgRICAN RED CROSS MONTH" and ut the tlinued support of the  Bad Ctno. IN Wrl'Nl WHEREOF, ! lmve set my hand and mm tl Grim Sal oftl Vitta of Mt Zioa m I affixed ea Ibis Pt day oFcbmary, 2012. R. ltobmson Mayor of Mr. Zkm /