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Inez Ackland Inez Ackland of Kewanee insists she would rather “go forward” than talk about the past. Inez turned 100 years old on Feb. 6. “When I celebrated my birthday, it was snowy out. Everything was shut down,” she said. “We had a gathering at the church, just the family who could get there. “A lot of folks would have shown up if they could, but I got 140 cards. If all those people showed up, but there wouldn’t be much time to talk. This way, I have cards to go back and read. It was God’s plan. We had a beautiful little service at the church.” Ackland and her family farmed in Bureau County, Ohio Township north of Princeton. She said she has been a seamstress all her life, … Continued
Leona Scarcliff of Canton celebrated her 100th birthday in August and attributes her longevity to her religious beliefs. Born on Sept. 22, 1915, Scarcliff grew up on a farm in Fulton County. She attended grade school out in the country and had to walk one mile to school and one mile back each day. If the weather had been unfavorable and resulted in muddy roads, Scarcliff would ride her family’s horse, Daisy, to school. Scarcliff recalls one day while riding to school when Daisy became spooked and ran back home. Her parents had to come pick her up in the family wagon. ‘Everyone thought that horse was remarkable’ Scarcliff noted. Scarcliff remembers other moments she enjoys looking back on, such as when she first got married and her friends held … Continued
Rosie Cowman Crafting Cards with Love Source: http://www.centralillinoisproud.com/news/local-news/ci-heroes-rosie-cowman Most people really enjoy going to the mailbox and seeing their name on an envelope. One card crafter in Knox County is making sure every greeting she sends resonates with its recipient. In a little house, in a little room, a woman, little in stature, is big on spreading a lot of love. “Well, I’ve always like art things, I think. I’ve always made them since I was a little kid,” explains Rosemary “Rosie” Cowman. Rosie spends hours in her craft room every day, hand making cards. By the way, she’s 99-years-old. About 20 years ago, she started keeping track of what she made. “Well, I just know I have kept a list of who I’ve sent to my friends and all, … Continued
Monmouth, IL- On October 30, 2015 Legacy Estates of Monmouth, a Supportive Living Community, held their 2nd Annual Trick or Treating event for kids 5th grade and under. This is always a free community event. In the dining room, the Legacy Estates staff set up snacks & games for families to enjoy in addition to the 50 tenants that participated in the trick or treating with candy provided by Legacy Estates. This year, 209 children participated and the tenants loved every second of it. “It gives us a great sense of pride to be able to provide a warm and safe environment for the kids to visit. And watching our tenants enjoy an event like this makes it all worthwhile. They love seeing all the kids in their costumes,” stated … Continued
Construction began in October 2014 on the Courtyard Estates of Knoxville in Knoxville, Illinois. The 27,000-square-foot, single-story building is located on a beautiful site that formerly served as the headquarters for the PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization). The new Petersen Health Care facility will feature 14 studio units, 11 one-bedroom units and seven memory care units. The facility is expected to provide between 20 and 23 jobs to the city, and will generate approximately $1.2 million in tax revenue- funds that will largely be applied to the school district and fire department. Construction is expected to be completed in December 2015. The architect for the project is Klinger & Associates of Quincy, Illinois. Frye Builders’ Project Estimator is Mike Frye and the Project Manager/ Superintendent is Steve Blaser.