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Page 12 The Region News Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Perkinson Gallery to feature sculptors Alison Ouellette- Mayor Mike McEIroy Elected to IML Board of Directors Kirby & Noah Martin Kirby, Nov. 18-.Dec. 13 viewer. .; Alison Ouellette-Kirby received her bachelor's degree in sculpture and photography from the University of Windsor in 1993 and her master's degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1996. Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally at The National Ornamental Metal Museum, The Walker Gallery at the University of Nebraska at Keamey, Washington University School of Medicine, The Art Gallery of Windsor and String Gallery in Toronto. She is a professor of art at St. Charles Community College in Cottleville, Mo. Noah Martin Kirby received his bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee in 1998 and his master's degree from Washirtgton University in 2000. Noah has worked for Cassily, Inc. at the City Museum in St. Louis, Mo., and runs N.K'. Metalworks in St. Louis. His work has been shown throughout North America at such venues as Bradley University, the University of Mississippi and String Gallery in Toronto. He Currently teaches at Washington University, the University of Missouri - St. Louis, and is co- director of Six Miles Scfilpture Wgrks and 50 Brick Artist Residency in Granite City, Ill. For further information regarding the exhibition, please contact the Millikin University Art Department at 217.424.6227 or visit For more information on Kirkland Fine Arts Center, please vis'it www.kirklandfinearts.c0m. Events at the Kirkland Fine Arts Center are partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and the Midwest Arts Council. Perkinson Art Gallery in Kirkland Fine Arts Center will showcase the work of sculptors Alison Ouellette-Kirby and Noah Martin Kirby beginning Monday, Nov. 18 through Friday, Dec. 13. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 12 noon - 5 p.m. or by appointment. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Communication was the foundation of this exhibit as the artists discovered that while people may basically be saying the same thing, individual regional differences may make their messages seem different. Reflecting this concept globally, the semantics of peoples' conversations frequently gets in the way of their dialog and what is actually heard. The large and small sculptures make communication "touchable" and will provide revelations to the School Menus for the Week of November 25-November 29 Grades K-3 November 25-Pancake sausage stick or string cheese and crackers, peas and carrots, pineapple, milk- variety November 26:-Turkey slice, hot roll, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie w/topping, milk-variety November 27-Breakfast Only-School Improvement November 28-No School November 29-No School Grades 4-6 November 25-Pancake sausage stick or stuffed crust pepperoni pizza, peas and carrots, pineapple, milb variety November 26-Turkey slice, hot roll, mashed potatoes and gravy', pumpkin pie w/topping, milk-variety November 27-Breakfast Only- School Improvement November 28-No School November 29- No School Grades 7-12 November 25-Pancake sausage stick or stuffed crust pepperoni pizza, peas and carrots, pineapple !A la carte-garlic cheese bread 0 ovember 26- Turkey slice, hot roll, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie w/topping, milk-variety November 27-Breakfast Only-School Improvement November 28-No School November 29- No School Majestic Hall Senior Menu .For The Week Of November 25- ,November 29 November 25-Lemon pepper chicken, green bean casserole, mixed vegetables, pears November 26-Spaghetti w/meat sauce, tossed salad, broccoli, applesauce Nov6mber 27-Roast beef w/gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, cottage cheese, pineapple November 28-Thanksgiving Holiday-No Meal' Served November 29-Holiday- No Meals Served Please call the DMCOC office at 428-4 148 to make your 24 hour in advance reservation. A $3.00 donation for ages 60 and over is appreciated. Participants under the age of 60 will be required to contribute $5.13 (congregate) and $6.72 home meal. LINK cards are accepted--please call the Nutrition Office to set u . Mor i PHARMACY 0B & RU E0030N KtS Stop In &_ Sto_ckU_pl_ _ ALEVE NAPROXEN SODIUM PAIN RELIEVER/FEVER REDUCER Tablets, Caplets or Gelcaps 40 or 50 count Offer Good Through 11/30/13 7 I I I I / I I I L Compare to Claritin Reg. Price =6.99 I HEALTH MART ALLERGY RELIEF i LORATADI N WANTIHIsTAM I N E 10 mg Tablets 30 count i Offer Good Through 11/30/13 I I I I I L Mayor Mike McElroy, now in his second term as Mayor for the City of Decatur, has been elected to the position of Vice President for the Illinois Municipal League, one of several officials statewide elected to fill leadership roles Richlanfl Bazaar Applications For Booth Space II Hallmark Cards II Fannie May Candies II Yankee Candles II Jewelry i Willow Tree Nativity III Ornaments i Christmans Story Books II Lottie Dottles II Tervis Tumblers II Mt. Zion Spirit Wear 111 And Much Much More! ,., mill IBm,llllw ,., .Courthouse Continued Page 8 Enjoy the arts with us, as we celebrate at the annual Richland Art Bazaar on December 4 from 10 a.m. tO 3 p.m. in the Mueller Student Center and the Erlanson Art Gallery. Festivities include student portfolio presentations, music and dance performances, fine art exhibits, and an art bazaar with Richland and community artists. The Art Bazaar features a fine arts sale of the works of Richland Community College faculty, staff, and students/alumni. Students in the graphic arts, photography, drawing, ceramics, painting, etc. will present their work in mini-presentations of their best pieces either via PowerPoint or exhibition at the Erlanson Art Gallery. On the Mueller stage will be music performance with guitarist Derek Cordoba, Richland music faculty, and dancing by the Richland hip hop and belly dance classes, Chinese dance, and Nutcracker excerpts from the Richland Dance Company. Applications for booth space are ayailable by' contacting or 217- 875-7211, x 479. Community artists with original fine arts are welcomed to join as. The booth fee is $30. The deadline for booth request is November 26, 2013. News From Jasmine Woodland, 32, of De- catur was ticketed on November 4 for driving 21-25 mph above limit. Ticket was filed on No- vember 5. within the organization. "I am excited about being Elections were held during selected to fill this important the IML's 100th Annual ost," said Mayor McElroy. Conference last month in "I am committed to serving Chicago, where more than as a strong advocate for the 1,500 mayors, council members, City of Decatur and the people and local officials attended the of Illinois in this role and to conference recognizing IML's working with my fellow board "Century of Service to Illinois merribers to support the interests Municipalities." The IML of the people of this state." Conference is the gathering place Mayor McElroy is now for education, in-depthworking serving in his second term as sessions and learning about mayor and has been a member of new laws and responsibilities the Decatur City Council since that impact municipalities and 2003. He has been a resident of municipal officials, the City of Decatur for almost During the conference IML three decades and currently membership elected Mayor serves as Vice President for McElroy and 35 other Vice Skeff Distributing Company, Presidents to represent its having been with the firm since membership of 1,124 cities,. 1989. towns and villages. This is a Mayor McElroy is married vital, active board that carries to wife Lynn and they have one out the mission of the IML. adult son. Yoder's Kitchen FOIl llElIIEO YEM II A i)llE OFTHE N41Mff'S W TOP A, HOSP BY IIMIBI Ilrdll]H MINJrnct- DMH is tke ONLY hespitai in Decatur to be awarded this prestigious national distinction. ------"- ....... :._-._" am Br alrmb ......... w ....... l__ III,#IBK IBE[ I[MItBIS - /tt*ardiolegm ,naZOsm/Ugst urgeen hlnillillll,lll IIaIFullUl,lll