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Troopon coupon campaign totals climb


Dawn Rotary Club has helped raise more than $250,000 in gifts for its Troopon crusade, which gathers producer’s coupons for groups of administration individuals.

The mission upholds the foundation of Support Our Troops.


The club has brought $257,455.01 up in coupons through gathering in Jacksonville.

The club will keep gathering coupons during the current year’s mission for one more month. Coupons can be given through assortment boxes at these Jacksonville areas: The MBroidery Shop, Amvets, County Market, Walmart administration work area, American Legion, VFW, Gordon Jumper CPA, PermaBound, Hamilton’s, House of Ink and Production Xpress.

Morgan/Scott Retired Teachers Association met at 9 a.m. Sept. 2 at Nichols Park. The gathering was called to arrange by President Arlene Nortrup. She drove us in the Pledge of Allegiance. Bonnie Glover gave the petition. There were 22 individuals and one visitor present. Pat Pinkerton made a couple of declarations. There is an issue with what we get for our protection from the Legislature. CMS is attempting to diminish the sum, which it legitimately can’t do. This could wind up in court. She additionally said the show will be virtual. Pat and Bob Pinkerton and Arlene Nortrup are wanting to join in. Additionally, PSA – Army worms are nearby. They will kill grass in half a month or less.

Our visitor speaker was Dave Blanchette, leader of the Jacksonville Area Museum. It opened on Sept. 25. Gifts can be made through the Illinois Historical Society. They need volunteers to deal with Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shows coming to incorporate “American Democracy” and “Voices and Votes”. Claire Jerry will be talking at the launch of the democratic show. The historical center has a Facebook page, Jacksonville Area Museum. To see about making a gift, there is an assortment strategy.


Minutes were endorsed as sent by email. Charlotte Hubbard moved and Marty Reid supported. Toi Nicolet gave the financial officer’s report, which was endorsed.

Expressions of gratitude were gotten from IRTA Foundation, IRTA PAC, Sheri Trace and the soup kitchen.

We are agreeable to changes so delegates can cast a ballot. Larry Pfeiffer is running for VP of IRTA. He and Doug Strand additionally are on the TRS governing body.

Arlene Nortrup and Mary Reilly will convey an overview to see which individuals are keen on chipping in at the gallery on the second or third Wednesday of every month from 10 a.m to 1 p.m. or then again from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Linda Griffin was a leader and driven 10 individuals in the Pledge of Allegiance. Every part addressed roll call by sharing a great fall action.

The May minutes were perused and supported. Financial officer Nancy Wynn detailed the current record balance. There were no costs to report for the month. Linda Settles gathered gifts for the Friendship Projects asset and dimes for the unit’s exceptional expectation gift. Individuals were helped to keep track to remember their volunteer hours.

Leona Massey shared features of the Morgan Home and Community Education Fall 2021 pamphlet. HCE International Day will be on Oct. 21 at the Home Extension office. Enlistment will be at 9:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 10 a.m. Canada is the nation of study, with the program including random data about Canada, food tests, a slide show and recollections of Canada.

President Cathy Jo Littleton Wahl called to arrange the Oct. 1 gathering of Jacksonville Rotary Club around early afternoon at Water’s Edge Winery.

The Pledge of Allegiance was discussed. The gathering sang “America”. The reflection was given by Cathy Jo Littleton Wahl.

Volunteers were said thanks to, including: Linda Grojean, Steve Holt and Jane Breen, greeters and 50-50; Cathy Jo Littleton Wahl, Reflection; note taker Anne Jackson; Joe Kauffmann and Tom Luber, sergeants-at-arms; Todd Evans, Recognitions and Rotations; tech master Craig Albers; and tune pioneer Nancy Thorsen.

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