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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 The Region News mtzionregionnews@comcast.net Page 3 Phimp E,k~drm I~ffETdsha BKk A#dl E. Nu&i 865-6930 Jonu-Hupp 853-3550 412-9009 519-2907 "The better we market your property, the better we market our company" [/ Pavia D. Cooley Visit our website: ow,ar! www.paulachildsrealtors.com Managing Broker 454-1050 OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 905 Dee Lee Lane, MZ let Time Open 3 BR B-Leve, Open- Concept [,~g area, French dove, Career lot $117,500. CatlTnsha. Dir: BaltJmoreto Eon Flown to L on Nolan to R on Dee Lee Lane. 2859 S. Forreet Lane MZ Schools! Spacmus & Open Bi-Level, 3 LO. bdrms., Lots Updates from 1999-2014!, Sunken FP on LL, 2 slidersto Deck. $129,900 CallPhillip. OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 3413 Martha Dr. MZ Schools! 2-3 BR Bungalow, .7 acre, Pole Barn and Pasture. $69,900. Call Pauta, Dir: Lost Bridge Rd. to S on Baltimore to E on Bentonville Rd. to S on Madfla. 1015 N. State Hwy. 12t, MZ Commercial Property. 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[I ' I I Ca Pau a ~ 3 BR Td-Level, Lots of] " I Immacalate 3 BR Tri.Level ]1 Story Ranch, comp~etelyl .......... Updates! Gorgeous setting! [ [ with view of take Updated! I Remodeled! "Move In I i, vying - ~elllng - LOOKing r Trees and privacy n back [ [ 'Move In Ready!; $129 9001 I Ready!" Oversized 2 c. gar., I Call Today - Our Aaents $134900 CallPhi[lip CallPauta ' PooLS54900. CallTrisha ,,,,,4,:~ .... :'-;'. --. I ' " ' I I ' I ' " I are r==,uy tu ,:,:,~,~, yuu. Kirkland Fine Arts Center announces 2016-2017 Performing Arts Season Millikin University's Kirkland Fine Arts Center is pleased to announce its 2016- 2017 Performing Arts Season. For over 45 years, Kirkland Fine Arts Center has been the place to be for live performing arts for Decatur, Ill., and the surrounding area. The tradition continues this coming season with a diverse lineup that is not only family-friendly, but fun for all. "This year's line-up is a great opportunity to see unique, family friendly, affordable live performing arts and I am very excited to be presenting them," saidKirkland Fine Arts Center's kirklandfinearts.com. The following is the lineup of events for the 2016-2017 season. Fall 2016 Events Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash: A Night to Remember Saturday, Sept. 10, 7:30 p.m. $35 - $30 - $20 School Age $5 On December 4, 1956, Rock and Roll history was made in Memphis when Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded at Sam Phillip's Sun Studios. Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash pays tribute to and celebrates these legendary recording artists. From "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Hound Dog" to "Great Balls of Fire" the show bone! A Ringling Brothers Clown College graduate. The Muttville Comix have appeared on David Letterman, Circus of the Stars, Disneyland, Busch Gardens, the Big Apple Circus, and even The White House! A show for the whole family and the dog lover in all of us! Vespers 2016 Saturday, Dec. 3 and Sunday, Dec. 4 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Adults: $12, Seniors & Children: $8 (Tickets go on sale Nov. 1 - Early tickets available to Friends of Kirkland) Vespers celebrates the Question and Answer Period Wise and Otherwise By Kent A Stock I guess one of the things that make human beings special is our ability to interact with one another. The key word, of course, is 'interact' because we don't necessarily always understand one another. I find it confounding and amusing at the same time which I guess makes me special. For example, when someone asks a question (unless it is a rhetorical question.., but let's not complicate matters) it is because they don't know something and seek to solicit answers. Simple enough, ~ There are questions that are right? But sometimes the one loaded, "Are you really going making the inquiry follows up fishing instead of being with me the answerer with a response in the deliVery room?" There are of "No, I think this is correct." questions that come out of the Confounded? Then why did ~ou blue "Honey, I think a new bass ask the question in the first place if you knew the answer? My other favorite exchange is when someone asks, me for example, a question. "I don't know" is my response. Then you get the look. The one that says "what do you mean you don't know?" No, really just what I said. I don't know is a perfectly cromulent response. "Is cromulent a word?" I don't boat would make a perfect gift for the baby, don't you?" And questions best left unanswered "What do you think will happen' to you when you get back from the lake?" We all have lots of questions and lots of answers but that does not mean we communicate well, does it? I don't know, ask someone else. Did you enjoy this week's an answer from another person, know but I saw it used on an column? Good, I thought so. I The person on the receivingepisode of The Simpsons once already knewtheanswer! end of the interrogatory remark so it must be. Rose legislation to help fire departments save lives and save money signed into law Legislation aimed at saving lives for those suffering life- threatening allergic reactions, as well as helping local fire and rescue departments keep spending in line, was signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner Aug. 19. The law goes into effect Jan. 1,2017. State Sen. Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet) sponsored Senate Bill 3335 and credits the Broadlands/Longview Fire Protection District in Champaign County for bringing this issue to him. "Our budget for two rural fire departments is very limited," said Jim Jones, a trustee with the Broadlands/Longview Fire Protection District. "Right now, we are forced to buy four adult Epi-Pens and four junior Epi- Pens every year, which cost us a total of $2,400 a year. This would allow us to purchase vials instead, for less than $50. That's a huge cost savings. This will help immensely, both with our budget and our ability to administer the drug more often, if needed?' "You just never know when a life-threatening allergic reaction may occur," Rose said. "It could be you, your friend, or a stranger. Epinephrine is a critical, first- line defense for making sure an allergic reaction doesn't turn deadly. This legislation expands the tools our emergency responders can use when they need to administer epinephrine, while making it less costly to administer the drug." Senate Bill 3335 will allow Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) to dispense epinephrine using a syringe, drawn from a glass vial or ampule. Under current law, it can only be dispensed using the far more expensive epinephrine auto- injectors. "This common-sense proposal is just another tool our emergency responders can utilize to save lives," Rose said. "It will also save our rural communities a lot of money as vials are less expensive than epinephrine auto-injectors. Additionally, epinephrine auto- injectors have a shorter shelf life, so many times, they have to be disposed of without ever even being used." Director Jan Traughber.energizes and exudes pure rock State Announces September beginning of the holiday season 1 Start of Low Income Early-order ticket options are and roll. with a sumptuous evening of , available to all the events you Wonder Bread Years carols, choirs, and candlelight. EnergyAssistance Program Enrollment want to see this year. Become a Sunday, Oct. 9, 2 p.m. Over 300 musicians join The Illinois Department administering agencies around can qualify with a monthly Preferred Patron for early order $35 - $30 - $20 SchoolAge $5 together for this joyous musical of Commerce & Economic the state. These agencies will income of up to $1,485; a two- and ticket discounts up to 15 A fresh and funny salute to feast. Songs from past centuries Opportunity's Office of Energy begin accepting applications on person household up to $2,003; percent. As a Preferred Patron, Americana, The Wonder Bread combined with familiar c~ols Assistance announced today a first-come, first-served basis a family of three can earn up to you will h:ave access to ~ilCof::' Years starringPat~-la~tl (i'ormer ..... ~ ::': :~ *'" :L. : ...... ~, ...... :~ :o and arrangements .create an" that ~e' "1_25~ friom e Hottie elderly,,ialT~l~Be~p[,~ ,$2,5,,2O;and a family of four can the events and the best Seats at'I Seinfeld ~ter)is a fast-paced, evening of seasonal w~th for' Energy~ AsSistance ~ .l~i'ogram wighT, ~a~lities starting on earn up to $3,038. Benefits are a discounted price before single'~' hil rfbhs"l /-6 rcdoli' fiat kAllt '" the .... whole'Ifdififly." ' ......... .... " ""will"' begm~'~ ,,,n:,,acceptmg.;,,, -'~'" Sep~rr"m~r~, 2016.1mtm ,~-, ~'r=,~,pa~d" d rectry " .............. to energy vendors tickets go on sale to the public, the line between standup and Holiday Jazz applications for winter heating Clients must bring all required on behalf of eligible households. but only until December 2016. Become a Friend of Kirkland and receive up to 25 percent off tickets to any event listed. For more information, visit kirklandfinearts.com/friend. Single tickets will go on sale to the public beginning Aug. 22 for all 2016 events. Single tickets for all 2017 events will go on sale to the public beginning Dec. 12. For further information on purchasing tickets, contact assistance for seniors and people with disabilitiesbeginning September 1,2016. LIHEAP and the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) program are funded as part of the stopgap funding plan signed into law by Governor Rauner. LIHEAP is a state and federally funded energy assistance program for low- income families, in which heating bill payments are made on behalf of households. documentation when applying for assistance including: Proof of gross income from all household members for the 30-day income period beginning with the date of the application. A copy of their current heat and electric bills issued within the last 30 days (if they pay for their energy directly). A copy of their rental agreement (if they are renting) showing that utilities are included, the monthly rental The exception is households whose heating costs are included in their rent. These households must provide proof that their rent is more than 30% of their income in order to qualify for LIHEAP benefits. Disconnected households and families with children ages 5 or under (includes all children who are not yet 6 years old, that is, up to 5 years and 364 days old) can begin applying for LIHEAP assistance beginning October 1, theater. Audiences enjoy a show that restores a sense of wonder, but leaves them laughing and savoring the past like never before. From sitting at the kids table to riding in the back of the Country Squire Wagon, this show is a comic bullseye for Baby Boomers everywhere. Johnny Peers and Muttville Comix Sunday, Oct. 30, 2 p.m. $20 - $15 - $10 School Age $5 Johnny Peers and his Saturday, Dec. 10, 7:30 p.m. $25 - $20 - $15 School Age $5 The Millikin University Faculty Jazz Sextet returns once again to get you in the holiday spirit. Celebrate the sounds of the season during our Eighth Annual Holiday concert with Millikin University's own School of Music faculty: Dave Burdick, Brian Justison, Chris Nolte, Perry Rusk, Randy Reyman, and Steve Widenhofer. The sextet will be joined on the Kirkland Ticket Office personality-plus canines are stage by guest vocalist andApplications are processed amount and landlord contact2016. 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