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November 3, 2010 Vol. 51, No. 44 NeWs on the Planning Commission & Zoning Board of S, i sted please Check in is $50 per 2 man boat back, 7 crappie I0 J more infOrn ration ,call 217-665- s will be ~i~: ~,~i~,~:: ~ " :' - Team Bailey Scaredy Cat 5K Walk/Run And I Mile Fun Run Raises Money For Cause Above left Reagan M by Crystal Early las~ b~ri s k outsid, showed up Zion Inter~ Scaredy Ca Fun Run ha( the paveme] One far~ costume, Ai while her h~ of her son: : The Mason family decided to u p in costume for the run. In no order: Evan Mason, Bret Mason, Ethan Mason, Angle Mason and ~son. Above right: Runners take off from the starting line at the beginning of the 5k race. (Dan Sutton photos) .eed Saturday morning it was but participants of all ages :o run or walk outside Mt. ~ediate.-The Team Bailey :5k Run/Walk and 1 mile runners and walkers hitting tt for the cause. ily decided to come in gie Mason dressed as a cat tsband wore a tutu and two dressed as Kermit and Cookie Monster. Team Bailey co- leaders Michelle Koslofski and Connie Doty dressed as constrtiction workers complete with tool belts and hard hats. All fun run participants received a participation medal for their efforts. Top three finishers in each age category for the 5k received medals and participation medals were given out as well. Results were not recorded for the Fun Run however Evan Mason crossed the finish line first. Results for the 5k were: Women 18-34 yrs 1-Beth Jess 26:17:00 2-" Michelle Smith 26:50:00 3-Lindsey Rotz 27:22:00 Women 35-48 yrs l-Angela DalPonte 24:06:00 2-Loretta Gingerich 26:16:00 3-Allison Hinc'h 26!22:00 Women 49 yrs+ 1-Jan Hager 28:26:00 2-Roseanne Schollmeier 31:01:00 3-Nancy Penwell 37:27:00 Men 18-39 yrs 1-Nick Grossman 28:09:00 2-Eric Wortman 28:27:00 2-Evan Wortman 28:27:00 Men 40 yrs+ I-Gary Schollmeier 21:05 2-Bob Zollman 22:38 3-Guy Cravatta 22:33 Youth Girls 1-Abby Cravatta 26:21:00 2-Megan Vaughn 28:08:00 3-Ashton Northrop 31:21:00 Youth Boys 1-Andy Hinch 21:38 1 -Peter Donaldson 21:38 3-Ethan Mason 23:53 Team Bailey would like to thank Walmart for providing food for the runners, Moultrie County American Cancer Society for donating water, Maverick Marketing for the shirts, Mt. Zion Intermediate for allowing them to use the facilities, Mt. Zion Police Department and Kelly Fox and Becky Anderson for setting up the race. Mt. Zipn High School Hosting Three Foreign Exchange Students This School Year photo and stbry by Crystal Reed school year the United Siradar Poppy is According is a large cil The scho, requires tha exam and good score. Going so~aewhere new and different can be a challenge and an adventure, it gives you n.~w experiences and learning opportunities. Three students at Mt. Zion High School are spending the ~xperiencihg what living in ~,tates is like. tnatachai also known as om Bangkok. Thailand. Poppy, where she is from y with lots of people. )1 she attends in Bangkok : studen.ts take an entrance attend you must have a ~tudents have about sixteen classes in to~al but only seven a day. She said the schedules each day vary. Another difference between here and her home is that the weather is very hot there. Poppy has never seen snow, which is something she is looking forward to this winter. While here she has enjoyed taking Algebra. She is currently a member of Les Femmes. Poppy has been staying with George and Shelly Greenwood. Shelly says one continued on page 2 Foreign Exchange students attending Mt. Zion High School this school year. From left to right: Satoki 'Morisue, Siradar (Poppy)Anantachai and Luis Guillermo Trujillo. Decatur Quilters Guild Hosts Quilt Show And Tell At Mt, Zion Library by Crystal Reed Beautiful, multicolored patchworks of fabrics covered multiple chairs in the Mt. Zion Library last Wednesday afternoon. The library in cooperation with the Decatur Quilters Guild held a Quilt Show and Tell. About a dozen people were in attendance to learn more about the club and the quilts. The Guild has two different groups a day group that meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 10:00 am at Soy Capitol Bank on West Eldorado in Decatur and the night group that meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at Grace Baptist Church, 3770 N. Water Street in Decatur. The group puts on a Quilt Fest every year and this year was the 30th year for the event. Member Pat Parr showed several quilts, one of which she used an embroidery machine to create houses on the blocks of the quilt. The fabrics used were in shades of forest green, brown and gold. Parr has made two quilts in varying colors for her daughter and son. Susan Martin of Mt. Zion. another member showed several designs including a kaleidoscope pattern. One quilt had diamond shaped pieces in the shade of each birthstone month. Martin said two months were a challenge the birthstone for October is turquoise so she dyed the fabric to get a blue green color. April which has the birthstone diamond was difficult so she applied glitter to achieve the diamond effect. Martin prok, ides the quilts that decorate the library near the newspaper rack. She donated a Thanksgiving quilt to the library that day. Quilter Colleen Curtis shared several quilts, table runners and decorations with attendees. She showed a quilted turkey that she has made for several relatives that is very popular. Quilter Sharon Thompson showed a quilt that she made with her two sisters in memory of their mother who fought breast cancer. The sisters passed the quilt around after it was finished and then Thompson's daughter who is a six-year survivor received the quilt. She also showed a quilt based off of the children's toy called a ViewMaster, which has interchangeable picture discs. The quilt was in the shape of a Viewmaster slide with several square images.of camping scenes around the circle. The quilt was titled "Happy Campers." Guild member Mary Traxler showed several quilts with a Halloween theme. One quilt was divided into four parts continued on page 2 Susan Ma tin of Mt, Zion, a Decatur Quilters Guild member talks about one of the quilts she has made. (Dan Sutton photo)