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Page 6 The Region News mtzionregionnews@comcast.net Wednesday, August 24, 2016 0-6 month Girls 0-6 month Boys 0-6 month girls: first place-Kenadie Oglesby, parents are Cassie and Jason Oglesby; second place-Gracelynn Trimmer, parents are Kenneth and Jennifer Trimmer; third place: Tinley Rose Day, parents are Zach and Alicia Day. This photo brought to you by Mt, Zion Region News. 0-6 month boys: first place-Crosby Travis, parent is Jody Travis; second place-John Hunter Reed, parent is Shannon Stewart-Reed; third place-Sawyer Barry, parents are Mallory and Travis Barry. This photo brought to you by Best Trips Ever, (217)-855-1877. 7-12 month Girls Group I 7'12 month girls group"l":iirst place, Deliiah Henderson, "parents arecoty i3iri(ia and Russell Henderson; sel ond St lgtt Elam, parent is Alex Van Avery; third place- .. Sawyer Ratcliff, parents are Megan and Keith Ratcliff. This photo brought to you by Brinkoetterand Associates-Kevin Fritzsche. 7-12 month Girls Group 2 7-12 month girls group 2: first place- Kinzlee Zindars, parent is Ashley Young; second place-HUfitley Elizabeth Hartman, parents are Ryan Hartman and Chelsea Kendall; third place-Lyla Grace, parents are Cora and Ethan Mintus. This photo brought to you by Coz's Bar and Grill. 7-12 month Boys 13-18 month Girls ......... ~i~,::: ~ iI iiiiiiiii~!~i !~i~ i"i~i'i~i~i~ :i~i~~ ~ii ,, '~ii~i!~i~i!i 7-12 month boys: first place-Brennan Mendenhall, parents are Alison and Shane Mendenhall; second place-Beckett Bach, parents are Brian and Christina; third place- Reed Henderson, parents are AJ and Katie Henderson. This photo brought to you by El Corral Mexican Restaurant. 13-18 month girls: first place- Savanna Yowell, parents are Heather and Brian Yowell; second place-Sophia Rose Higar, parents are Ashley and Ashley Higar; third place- Tinley Ballard, parents are Brittney and Jordan Ballard. This photo brought to you by Crawford's Pizza and Pub. Kirkland Fine Arts Center announces Performing Arts Season continued from page 3 Millikin alumni Angel Spiccia Slykas '03. Spring 2017 Events What's Going On - The Marvin Gaye Experience Saturday, Feb. 11,7:30 p.m. $35 - $30 - $20 School Age $5 A tribute to one of the greatest talents being sung by the new voice of American soul and Millikin alum, Brian Owens '01. What's Going On: The Marvin Gaye Experience is a tribute to the legendary artist and includes early solo-hits; "Can I Get a Witness," "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," "Let's Get It On," and "Got To Give It Up." Groove for Thought Saturday, Feb. 18, 7:30 p.m. $30 - $25 - $15 School Age $5 The seven singers of Groove for Thought have been blowing audiences away for over 15 years. Performing classic tunes in a jazz style, the group combines the swinging style of The Manhattan Transfer with the smooth sounds of Take 6. One Voice, Millikin University's vocal jazz ensemble, will open this concert. Women of Ireland Saturday, March 11,7:30 p.m. $50 - $40 - $30 School Age $5 Women of Ireland is not just another Irish dance show! Join us as Ireland's leading female performers showcase the next generation of Irish & Celtic music, song, and dance. The outstanding dance and vocal content of the show is superbly augmented with a fervent fiddler leading the vastly talented instrumentalists, and an awesome aerialist. Lovers of Celtic music and dance are in for a special treat when Women of Ireland takes to the stage! The Willis Clan Saturday, March 25,7:30 p.m. $40 - $35 - $25 School Age $5 The Willis Clan is a family of amazing musicians, dancers, athletes, writers, and artists. They merge their Irish roots with other music and dance genres to create a unique blend of the old and new. 2015 was an exciting year for the clan thanks to their new reality show on TLC, "The Willis Family." Adam Trent - The Futurist Saturday, April 8, 7:30 p.m. $40 - $35 - $25 School Age $5 Adam Trent is one of the stars of the hit Broadway show "The Illusionists," which shattered box office records during its 2014-2015 run. Described as Justin Timberlake meets David Copperfield, his audience interactive performances are part magic, part concert, and part stand-up comedy. Village People Saturday, May 6, 7:30 p.m. $50 - $40 - $30 School Age $5 (Front Row & Meet and Greet -$150) Village People is a one of-a- kind act synonymous with dance music. These six men provide high-energy choreography with fun and lots of singing and dancing. The show is great for all ages and includes the hits: "Macho Man," "Can't Stop the Music," "Go West," and "YMCA." Kirkland Fine Arts Center Millikin University believes that the arts are essential to the enrichment of society and a fundamental part of the educational process. Millikin's founder, James Millikin, declared that men and women should have both a classical and practical education to meet the demands of a changing society. The Kirkland Performing Arts Series supports this mission by encouraging both students and the community to participate in its programs and understand its multicultural heritage through performing arts events. For over 45 years Kirkland has been the place to be for the arts in the Decatur community and the surrounding area. Kirkland Fine Arts Center has presented amazing talent, hilarious comedy, and fascinating speakers. Some of the artists have included Pete Fountain, Duke Ellington, Patti Page, Ray Charles, Olivia Newton John and Bob Newhart. Touring companies have included RENT, CATS, ShowbOat, Master Class with Mafia Callas and Cirque Eloize. Speeches by distinguished guests like White House correspondent Helen Thomas, Leonard Nimoy and Colin L. Powell have been presented. 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